racegoing

racegoing

(ˈreɪsˌɡəʊɪŋ)
adj
that goes to races
n
the act of going to races
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research released by the racecourse association yesterday showed those born between 1980 and 2000, who represent 21 per cent of the population, were responsible for 44 per cent of the racegoing public.
The Roger Charltontrained six-year-old was well fancied last year, but unshipped his jockey and ran loose, endangering several members of the racegoing public and delaying the start of the race before being withdrawn.
03GRAND National season approached and Bon Marche advertised the latest in racegoing gear for the on-trend Merseyside lady.
This will be a template for building the January 1st meeting in to Scotland's top festive race day and the long term ambition is to have two pounds 50,000 feature races, which of course will depend on support from the racegoing public and potential sponsors.
The Racegoers Club awards mean much to the winning racecourses, as the club's 5,000-strong membership is widely recognised as being the heart of British racegoing with its members going racing on average 31 times per year.
CHAMPION trainer Paul Nicholls believes the racegoing public should not underestimate Kauto Star in the wake of Denman's sensational display in the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup.
Henceforth, my racegoing has been done from an armchair, not only cheaper but much drier.
At present the region's racegoing public are served by Chester, Haydock Park and Aintree.
He said: "We will be able to undertake it all without affecting our racing calendar, which is very important to the racegoing public.
and the desperate need to scratch your racegoing itch.
It provides detailed information on racegoing, ownership and bloodstock, and the racing industry.
Pensioners make up a significant proportion of the racegoing public on weekdays when most people are at work.