Opening Day Del Mar Race Track Pictures

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Opening Day Del Mar Race Track Pictures

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And all is right in San Diego now.

Whoever is in charge of making The Del Mar Racing Season only 6 weeks should be shot. It should go all year long. And allow smoking everywhere. And push back last call till 6am. And open up some Modeling agencies. And serve late night haute cuisine way past ten. And don’t allow Ed Hardy shirts.

We do all that, and San Diego would be close to paradise.

More Del Mar Race Track Pictures:

The Del Mar Race Track: How to Dress for the Horse Races

The Del Mar Race Track: Dope Style, Wack Style

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The G Manifesto’s Del Mar Racetrack Resources:

Click Here for The Del Mar Racetrack: 3 O’ CLOCK FRIDAYS this Year
Click Here for Surf and Turf: The Race Track
Click Here for The Del Mar Racetrack Part II
Click Here for The Del Mar Race Track: How to Dress for the Horse Races
Click Here for The Del Mar Race Track: Dope Style, Wack Style
Click Here for Opening Day Del Mar Race Track Pictures
Click Here for Del Mar Race Track Considers Shortening Season
Click Here for Del Mar Racetrack Art Mural
Click Here for 2009 Del Mar Racetrack Guide
Click Here for Joe Harper’s Blog: President and CEO Del Mar Racetrack

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8 Comments on "Opening Day Del Mar Race Track Pictures"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Timothy
    17/07/2008 at 9:00 pm Permalink

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    Anonymous
    17/07/2008 at 9:24 pm Permalink

    Nice photos.

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    Anonymous
    17/07/2008 at 10:26 pm Permalink

    Opening day at the Del Mar Racetrack featured a parade of elegant creatures bred to be winners. And then there were the horses, too.

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    BrainJuice
    11/08/2008 at 4:24 pm Permalink

    I spent about 6 weeks in SD back in ’06. La Jolla was nice but the scene is horrible for a reformed G with a wife and kids.

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    The G Manifesto
    11/08/2008 at 4:35 pm Permalink

    brainjuice,

    Agreed. Even my Godfather calls the place “boring”.

    Why is it horrible for reformed G with a wife and kids?

    (Just curious, as I don’t have a wife and kids)

    - MPM

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    Dick Goodnuts
    11/08/2008 at 6:45 pm Permalink

    I say reformed because I’ve never really ceased my G lifestyle, I’ve had to revise my activities and invest more in my children than other interests. I don’t like the g clubs there, but I do like OB (Ocean Beach) and all it has to offer. Also, the prospects for scooping black women are slim to none, not that I’m looking of course ;)

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    The G Manifesto
    11/08/2008 at 8:35 pm Permalink

    Dick,

    Gotcha.

    Agreed, the clubs are horrible. La Jolla is nice though. OB is a great place to score large amounts of weed (and I mean large…100lbs and up).

    Yeah, San Diego is no Chocolate City thats for sure. Its a one flavor town…Vanilla.

    - MPM

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    The G Manifesto
    11/08/2008 at 8:36 pm Permalink

    more or less…

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