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The pugnacious jockey trumps the world on a racetrack

The Jockey salutes the public before a round of triumph on the racetrack.He has won a lifetime of fellowships in the today’s race for the supremacy in horse riding world.His horse ‘the last pedlar’ in fact has stood first class first beating the near rival ‘the sea biscuit’. The jockey of the last pedlar is amused with the behaviour of public who is swooning him. Ted came to see the today’s race and was drunk by the time the race came to start.It was nice sitting in the sun for Jake who had hauled one thousand pounds from his uncle to make it one million and was sitting by the eerie silence of ‘the sea biscuit’ alone and neglected. He had lost all his money while Ted enjoyed the race and forming a straw of deal with his partner Gruccho.It was an extraordinary day for betting on the race track as all the people who had come to see the derby was shocked to find the her majesty Queen lined up for her horse called ‘race queen’ and it had failed miserably.There you meet the end of any chance on the final leg of race.Its sheer power that bestrode everything.Human predicament is too critical to criticize any play of luck in the race.The winners apart the life of jockey depends on the performance of the derby rather than a particular horse.The collective will matters beside the power of the horse in deciding the winner,upon whom the maximum bets placed is settled for a meek finish. Its manipulation then everything in the universe is being manipulated by God who play the dice! Then there are odds of tight finish in the case life stays strange bedfellows with gamblers. Rightly said by one writer of the punter,everything is already fixed up by destiny to meet affordable ends and its only the gamblers who play against the God’s will and rebel.They want to triumph in a moment and feel the sense of completion.Here we go again for another dash.May God help us!

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