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Use "racecourses" in a sentence
"If the tariff row is a bloody process that results in the horsemen's needs receiving greater consideration by racecourses in future negotiations, then that is a benefit."
"The most alarming proposal could see responsibility for fixtures and race-planning shift towards racecourses and the Horsemen's Group, which comprises the associative bodies for trainers, owners, breeders, jockeys and stable staff."
"Tariffs – the blunt and, at times, incoherent mechanism with which the Horsemen's Group is currently trying to impose minimum prize-money levels on racecourses – can be seen as a dress rehearsal for the task of balancing the complexities inherent in compiling a fixture list and race programme that is serviceable for all interested parties."