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    Arabian/Kentucky/Camelot Derby. Who remembers them? And the music?

    Who remembers the "Arabian Derby"? They were often at seaside resorts and places like Butlins holiday camps. There's still a fair few about!

    I've wasted a bit of time on them in Blackpool over the last few days. They're fairly good as far as arcade games go, as the chances of winning a prize are never any less than 1 in 15 and it's easy to play!

    I've already discovered 3 within a mile of each other in Blackpool. I've also found out that there's another one at the Pleasure Beach!!

    I even found the music!!!

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    Original Poster

    Elton Games happen to have the music for these on their website:

    eltongames.com/the…cfm

    Thanks Elton Games!! We salute you!!

    Also, a picture:

    http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1015/609861723_3faf0ab12d.jpg

    paid a fortune to get into alton towers,and spent all day playing on the derby race.great fun !:-D

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    underthestairs;2477663

    paid a fortune to get into alton towers,and spent all day playing on the … paid a fortune to get into alton towers,and spent all day playing on the derby race.great fun !:-D



    Haha. They're cool. I might buy one. Then again, at £28k and upwards...

    Donkey Derby as well (same thing) I played on one the other week

    or am i thinking of something else

    Original Poster

    bellabonkers;2477753

    Donkey Derby as well (same thing) I played on one the other week :)or am … Donkey Derby as well (same thing) I played on one the other week :)or am i thinking of something else



    No, it'll be the same. There were about a trillion different versions. :thumbsup:

    Adding picture to first comment.

    There's one on Clacton pier.
    If it's not too busy and you play next to an empty slot, you can use their balls on your game to speed things up apparantly.
    I've never done it myself of course. :whistling:

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    Jumpingphil;2478193

    There's one on Clacton pier.If it's not too busy and you play next to an … There's one on Clacton pier.If it's not too busy and you play next to an empty slot, you can use their balls on your game to speed things up apparantly.I've never done it myself of course. :whistling:



    Hah, yeah. I've never done that. I don't feel like I could breach the rules of such a magnificent game.
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