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Old 01-08-2008, 07:20
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Strange one this but does anyone know, that the english newspapers you buy in the port have the days horse racing in as i like a flutter whilst away and to sit on the beach with a drink and pick a winner or two is great. I know that the papers dont always have everything in as they would back at home.
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Strange one this but does anyone know, that the english newspapers you buy in the port have the days horse racing in as i like a flutter whilst away and to sit on the beach with a drink and pick a winner or two is great. I know that the papers dont always have everything in as they would back at home.

Hi,

Just had a quick look in yesterdays Daily Express and yes they have the full card for each meeting but apart from a computer, i'm not sure where you can place a bet ? !

I've never thought about it so it would be interesting if anyone else could advise.

Anyway, good luck and enjoy your holiday.
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Old 01-08-2008, 10:25
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If you want to have a flutter while you are there, call into Trotters and Roy can take the bets. There are other British bars that do it but Trotters is the only one i know. Hope this helps. Sparky
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Placing a bet no problem as i have telephone account with my local bookie.

Thanks for the advice and answers
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My boyfriend uses the computers in Hotel Daina (coin operated, by the side entrance) to read the racing post online and put a few bets on whilst i have a coffee outside!
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Trotters, The Nags Head are the only ones i know of in the port...
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