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So an envelope to Scott Nichols riding for the Leicester Hunters and an envelope for Danny King for the Scunthorpe Saints ......should attract a crowd...... ACU referee required ? Medical Cover? Will the riders licences be valid for them to ride in these “amateur” meetings ?

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3 hours ago, old bob at herne bay said:

So an envelope to Scott Nichols riding for the Leicester Hunters and an envelope for Danny King for the Scunthorpe Saints ......should attract a crowd...... ACU referee required ? Medical Cover? Will the riders licences be valid for them to ride in these “amateur” meetings ?

Anyone can ride in an ‘ amateur ‘ meeting. No race licence required ( a day licence can be purchased ) no A.C.U. Ref required, just insurance cover and basic medical cover.

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On 7/22/2020 at 2:38 PM, old bob at herne bay said:

Wow......“Scunthorpe Amateur Select vs Leicester Amateur Select”

A fixture to savour...... will it be run over two legs home and away to add to the excitement ? 

Well Godfrey is well placed to run an amateur meeting if his press release from in front of those curtains is anything to go by 

 

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What is the restriction on crowd level? What limit has been agreed by the local authority?

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Well I know someone who has tried the system to get an answer....

They were able to put over 1600 in their basket :D

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46 minutes ago, dontforgetthefueltapsbruv said:

Well I know someone who has tried the system to get an answer....

They were able to put over 1600 in their basket :D

And 600 before that ....  and 100 before that.... :rofl:

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kids in free at Scunny...

Lets say its 500 allowed. so what happens when the 1st 250 adults take in one child each?

Whats happens to the remaining 250 paying adults and their 1 child? 

How can this be right......? :shock:

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18 hours ago, 2ndbendbeerhut said:

kids in free at Scunny...

Lets say its 500 allowed. so what happens when the 1st 250 adults take in one child each?

Whats happens to the remaining 250 paying adults and their 1 child? 

How can this be right......? :shock:

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Simple, when you book in advance, the promoters ask how many children will be attending.

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It might be simple but they haven't ... just asked for number of adults tickets required. I know someone who has paid for 1 adult ticket but will be taking 3 kids. :blink: 

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56 minutes ago, 2ndbendbeerhut said:

It might be simple but they haven't ... just asked for number of adults tickets required. I know someone who has paid for 1 adult ticket but will be taking 3 kids. :blink: 

A farce, And this is the bloke who runs the sport !
 

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20 hours ago, 2ndbendbeerhut said:

kids in free at Scunny...

Lets say its 500 allowed. so what happens when the 1st 250 adults take in one child each?

Whats happens to the remaining 250 paying adults and their 1 child? 

How can this be right......? :shock:

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Considering they are not posting tickets, seems a high price for P&P

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