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! EN_01390846_0001 NYT
Spectators cheer during a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 14, 2019. Though gambling is illegal in Indonesia, the police are there to stop the occasional scuffles that break out over gambling debts rather than to stop the betting. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0005 NYT
An owner embraces his horse ridden by a child jockey in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 14, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0009 NYT
A winning stable team celebrate their victory in a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 14, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0010 NYT
A winning stable team celebrate their victory in a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 14, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0016 NYT
Spectators cheer during a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Though gambling is illegal in Indonesia, the police are there to stop the occasional scuffles that break out over gambling debts rather than to stop the betting. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0002 NYT
Spectators cheer during a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 11, 2019. Though gambling is illegal in Indonesia, the police are there to stop the occasional scuffles that break out over gambling debts rather than to stop the betting. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0003 NYT
A horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 11, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced, and the money they earn can be meaningful to a poor family. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0007 NYT
A young jockey is consoled after hurting his arm in a fall during a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 11, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0011 NYT
Youths play carrom between horse races in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 11, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0015 NYT
Firmansyah, 8, gets ready for another race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 11, 2019. Firmansyah fell from his horse the day before and was concussed, but said he felt ready to ride again. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0014 NYT
A horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced, and the money they earn can be meaningful to a poor family. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0004 NYT
A horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced, and the money they earn can be meaningful to a poor family. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0006 NYT
A horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced, and the money they earn can be meaningful to a poor family. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0012 NYT
Former child jockeys and stable boys bathe their horses in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0013 NYT
Former jockeys and stable boys bathe their horses in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0019 NYT
Imam Dudu, 8, rests after falling from his mount during a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 8, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0008 NYT
A horse is bathed at dusk after a day of racing in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 7, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0017 NYT
Riders await the start of a horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 7, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0018 NYT
A trainer rests in his bed after feeding the horses he looks after in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 7, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
! EN_01390846_0020 NYT
A horse race in Bima, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, where child jockeys are a longstanding tradition, July 7, 2019. Child-welfare advocates insist the practice amounts to child abuse and exploitation. But many of the jockeys grow up in households where their brothers and fathers also once raced, and the money they earn can be meaningful to a poor family. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!

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