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Watch free Horse Racing on the 30th March (free grandstand entry) @ Bath Racecourse
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Watch free Horse Racing on the 30th March (free grandstand entry) @ Bath Racecourse

FREE£14
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Posted 10th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

You can get free entry to watch the races at Bath Racecourse on the 30th March. There is no booking fee and the maximum number of tickets you can purchase per transaction is 4.

The entry ticket gives you:
  • General entry to the racecourse
  • Access to all the action on and off the track
  • Views of the exciting racing trackside or from the Grandstand, Parade Ring, plenty of bars, eateries and places to bet.This ticket will be sent via email."

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Hopefully they are offering this because the "sport" is dying out.
Edited by: "Mojomaster1979" 10th Feb
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Hopefully they are offering this because the "sport" is dying out.
Edited by: "Mojomaster1979" 10th Feb
a great day out just such a shame im too far away.
Thanks.
Mojomaster197910/02/2020 13:14

Hopefully they are offering this because the "sport" is dying out.


Modernising if anything, as much as I’ve enjoyed the betting industry i too would like to see the back of many aspects of it, problem is the online and exchange is taking over the high street and trackside so the demand is still there just moving platforms, the sooner the government regulate it the better.
Lol horse racing. Pathetic
RookieSludizzle10/02/2020 16:47

Modernising if anything, as much as I’ve enjoyed the betting industry i t …Modernising if anything, as much as I’ve enjoyed the betting industry i too would like to see the back of many aspects of it, problem is the online and exchange is taking over the high street and trackside so the demand is still there just moving platforms, the sooner the government regulate it the better.


How come there’s a bookies on every high street and in low income areas?
penguini10/02/2020 17:01

How come there’s a bookies on every high street and in low income areas?


Because the shareholders have friends in government and the unregulated betting industry since 2007 gambling reform has allowed them to r*pe the pockets of the poor by buying stores they previous weren’t entitled to buy, monopolising the high street. William hill and ladbrokes corals are closing over 700 each but their online profits are soaring. The only change that is really happening is the location of the legal robbery that is taking place as all this activity is moving onto the unregulated internet
Heat
RookieSludizzle10/02/2020 16:47

Modernising if anything, as much as I’ve enjoyed the betting industry i t …Modernising if anything, as much as I’ve enjoyed the betting industry i too would like to see the back of many aspects of it, problem is the online and exchange is taking over the high street and trackside so the demand is still there just moving platforms, the sooner the government regulate it the better.


Well the horses still get whipped and mistreated for the sake of betting punters. No modernising there.
Class! Wish Haydock would do this.
Can you take a shovel and wheelbarrows in with you?
Heat added, but too far away for me.
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