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Post by Raoul Duke » April 1, 2017, 1:56 pm

Hi,
Does/has any forum users spend/spent a lazy day at Intergames park to watch them go around?
Viewing the website it appears they have between four to five runners in each race :-k
Not sure about how you would go about having a wager (if you were allowed to) [-X ...but if you were permitted to do so I wonder how you would place a wager??(if you were allowed to)
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Re: Nags

Post by panmotor » April 1, 2017, 3:16 pm

I'm sure there are more regulars than my one time which was about 3 years ago but, when I went, there were 10 horses in each race with 2 numbers 1s, 2 number 2s etc up to number 5.

You got the number so, if you backed number 1, you got 2 horses running for you. In the first race, I put THB 50 on the nose on number 2 and came away with a THB 2 profit when it won - the odds must have been ridiculously low (1/25) as, presumably both number 2s were good horses.

Lesson learn, after that I did forecasts (exacta) so, picking, for example, 2 & 4, you had to have one of the number 2s first and one of the number 4s second. A win seemed to pay anywhere from 2/1 to 10/1. I had a great system and won on all but 1 race - I just picked the horse that looked least like a hippo!!

There is a VIP area with a bar which costs a small amount to go in and was definitely worth the extra.

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Post by Raoul Duke » April 1, 2017, 3:36 pm

panmotor wrote:I'm sure there are more regulars than my one time which was about 3 years ago but, when I went, there were 10 horses in each race with 2 numbers 1s, 2 number 2s etc up to number 5.

You got the number so, if you backed number 1, you got 2 horses running for you. In the first race, I put THB 50 on the nose on number 2 and came away with a THB 2 profit when it won - the odds must have been ridiculously low (1/25) as, presumably both number 2s were good horses.

Lesson learn, after that I did forecasts (exacta) so, picking, for example, 2 & 4, you had to have one of the number 2s first and one of the number 4s second. A win seemed to pay anywhere from 2/1 to 10/1. I had a great system and won on all but 1 race - I just picked the horse that looked least like a hippo!!

There is a VIP area with a bar which costs a small amount to go in and was definitely worth the extra.
Cheers Panmotor.
Nice info...seems exotic betting is the way to go.
I'm thinking about heading out tomorrow.
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Re: Nags

Post by Martyn » April 1, 2017, 6:37 pm

As a rule, six horses a race. Tote betting. Plenty of food and drink. Thai prices. Free car park.

Posted on my phone so short and sweet.

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Post by Raoul Duke » April 1, 2017, 8:28 pm

Martyn wrote:As a rule, six horses a race. Tote betting. Plenty of food and drink. Thai prices. Free car park.

Posted on my phone so short and sweet.

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Thanks Martyn....sounds like a good day out!!
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Re: Nags

Post by Raoul Duke » April 2, 2017, 8:11 pm

I had a terrific day out there,great atmosphere.
Lots of passionate punters.
All round good fun.
Minimal returns,but as we say..."That's racing"
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