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A sport where [[dog]]s chase a simulated [[rabbit]] (usually a piece of shopping bag) that is pulled around a course with pulleys.  Dogs are timed from their release until they catch the rabbit, best time wins.
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'''Coursing''' is a [[sport]] where [[dog]]s chase a simulated [[rabbit]] (usually a piece of shopping bag) that is pulled around a course with pulleys.  Dogs are timed from their release until they catch the rabbit, best time wins.
  
Coursing is a very period event, being the original "sport of [[king]]s," as only nobility were allowed to own [[greyhound]]s (who are well-bred for such a sport).
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Coursing is a very [[period]] [[event]], being the original "sport of [[king]]s," as only [[nobility]] were allowed to own [[greyhound]]s (who are well-bred for such a sport).

Revision as of 13:30, 28 October 2005

Coursing is a sport where dogs chase a simulated rabbit (usually a piece of shopping bag) that is pulled around a course with pulleys. Dogs are timed from their release until they catch the rabbit, best time wins.

Coursing is a very period event, being the original "sport of kings," as only nobility were allowed to own greyhounds (who are well-bred for such a sport).