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wee minx

Hamilton races

I had never been to horse racing, so took the opportunity when I saw it advertised recently.
It's deffo a good day out if the weather is ok, it was a bit rainy at first but got better as the day went on.  Plenty of places to eat and drink and sit around.  Would be a great UG day out  

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lot posher than the dogs  
fastnet

We have been to Hamilton a few times.

But just for betting though.

It would be good for pictures...great idea minx.
James

Re: Hamilton races

wee minx wrote:
I had never been to horse racing, so took the opportunity when I saw it advertised recently.
It's deffo a good day out if the weather is ok, it was a bit rainy at first but got better as the day went on.  Plenty of places to eat and drink and sit around.  Would be a great UG day out  

Great pics.

It would indeed.    

Feel free to suggest a date/start a thread. The night at the dugs was a right
good night.


James H
wee minx

We'll see
John

Here`s the fixture list for 2009. http://www.hamilton-park.co.uk/2009-fixture-list.html

I`m sure we can agree to disagree on a date  
John

John Smith`s Fair Friday is my choice, but I will go with majority
schiehallion

Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.
John

schiehallion wrote:
Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.


There`s Perth and Musselburgh too, I`m easy, it shouldn`t be too hard to agree date and a venue
Fjord

Scary wrote:
schiehallion wrote:
Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.


There`s Perth and Musselburgh too, I`m easy, it shouldn`t be too hard to agree date and a venue


Is Musselburgh the one where they race those Ben Hur style chariots or am I barking?  
John

Fjord wrote:
Scary wrote:
schiehallion wrote:
Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.


There`s Perth and Musselburgh too, I`m easy, it shouldn`t be too hard to agree date and a venue


Is Musselburgh the one where they race those Ben Hur style chariots or am I barking?  


I`m afraid to say yer still sane Fjord http://www.musselburgh-racecourse.co.uk/harness-racing-packages.asp

There were a few tracks doing harness racing or as i called it `Trotting` usually advertised in the Evening Times .Thornwood springs to mind, bit I can`t find it on the web.
wee minx

Fjord wrote:
Scary wrote:
schiehallion wrote:
Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.


There`s Perth and Musselburgh too, I`m easy, it shouldn`t be too hard to agree date and a venue


Is Musselburgh the one where they race those Ben Hur style chariots or am I barking?  




Mon the Romans
John

wee minx wrote:
Fjord wrote:
Scary wrote:
schiehallion wrote:
Mind you've got Ayr as well which I reckon is a better viewing track.


There`s Perth and Musselburgh too, I`m easy, it shouldn`t be too hard to agree date and a venue


Is Musselburgh the one where they race those Ben Hur style chariots or am I barking?  




Mon the Romans


Cheers Minxy, that`s the first time i`ve seen that as i`m not a film person
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