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horse track - July 18, 2006, 10:43 AM

not exactly talking bout bikes here...
but i just wanted to know if anybody on here know where is the closest horese racing track in the area
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probably Charles Town, WVa. take rt7 to rt9 west, cant miss the signs


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July 18, 2006, 10:50 AM

I thought there's one in MD after crossing Wilson or near there?
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I thought there's one in MD after crossing Wilson or near there?
yeh there is one over there but im not interested in this one cause they race in carts im looking for saddle racing cause im bout to be on the market for a good race horse
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July 18, 2006, 10:55 AM

Other than my own horses and race track?

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Other than my own horses and race track?

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you got some horses?
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July 18, 2006, 11:34 AM

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yeh there is one over there but im not interested in this one cause they race in carts im looking for saddle racing cause im bout to be on the market for a good race horse
If you're serious, how much are you looking to spend? What are your preferences and blood line requests? I have a few. They are in sucky ass Okla-sucky-homa, but they are top notch runners.
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well my uncle is the one who goin to pick it out for his preferance since he goin to be training it but we looking at 8 or even up to 10g's for the right one
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well my uncle is the one who goin to pick it out for his preferance since he goin to be training it but we looking at 8 or even up to 10g's for the right one
OK, that eliminates me as a supply. You may be able to find a bargain, but I'm not sure you will. Not trying to burst your bubble, but a solid and competitive runner is going to cost you around $18-$25 just to get started. Obviously the more you spend is SUPPOSED to help you win more races, but like everything else it's not always true.

Keep us posted as to how you guys do.
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nah where not goin to run the kentucky derby dont need to spend that much..lol thanks anyways
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