Definition of Dog racing
1. Noun. A race between dogs; usually an occasion for betting on the outcome.
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Literary usage of Dog racing
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1. Forty Years on the Pacific: The Lure of the Great Ocean, a Book of Reference by Frank Coffee (1920)
"The dog-racing enthusiast pleaded the "unwritten law," and the jury by their verdict obviously agreed with him in the far-fetched theory that the sheep must ..."
2. A History of the California Initiative Process (1912-1998) by Bill Jones (2000)
"... (1975) Extended Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Gaming (1975) Greyhound dog racing (1975) Extended Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Gaming (1976) Extended Pari-Mutuel ..."
3. Dogdom: Monthly (1920)
"The straight of the race course on the Savannah—a well- kept grass course, would make an ideal track for dog racing: indeed, everything is there, stand, ..."
4. Alaska, an Empire in the Making by John Jasper Underwood (1913)
"The dog racing enthusiast pleaded the " unwritten law " and the jury, by their verdict, obviously agreed with him in the far-fetched theory that the sheep ..."