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- The Sport of Kings takes itself rather seriously, and the capitalised version is the normal one, as a quick visit to the UK Jockey Club website and the US Jockey Club website will attest.--KTo288 (talk) 22:23, 1 April 2015 (UTC)
- Regarding the definition: yes, this does refer to a specific breed. The citations at seem sufficiently unambiguous.
- Regarding the capitalization: I will lemmatize the form which is most common, which is the lowercase form. The arguments for and against capitalizing the names of birds, horses, etc have been laid out over on Wikipedia, and boil down to: specialist sources often capitalize and speak of Bald Eagles, Red[-| ][T|t]ailed Hawks, Thoroughbreds, etc, but general usage is of the lowercase forms. We've always lemmatized the lowercase forms of birds' names (and after a heated debate, WP now does too), and perusing Category:en:Horses I see we already lowercase most of them, too. - -sche (discuss) 04:43, 27 July 2015 (UTC)