The Del Mar Racetrack: Swooping The Top Tier Girls

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The Del Mar Racetrack: Swooping The Top Tier Girls

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(Check the archives for more Data Sheets on The Del Mar Racetrack)

One of the great things about The Del Mar Racetrack in Summertime is you really get some top tier girls rolling through. I am talking Hollywood Actresses, Models, and Playboy girls (ok, not exactly “top tier”, but you get my point).

Here is a move I use to swoop them:

When you spot a insanely fly girl in The Del Mar Turf Club, chances are, there are going to be other playboys trying to swoop her.

Let them make their move. The Del Mar Racetrack is just as much a Stamina competition as a Game competition.

And since it is a “closed environment” you can bide your time and wait. (This tactic also works at other “closed environments” ie weddings).

However, what I will do, is step in strong make and introduction, and cut out. I spot them from afar and play The Deerhunter.

Then I let the other Playboys blow their bankroll and lose steam.

When the time is right, at approximately the fifth race, I will then make my move again.

Since she already knows who you are, you will seem like a breath of fresh air. I then isolate her and roll around the spot, introducing her to the heavies ie The Shark, Pitino, the cat who runs the show at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Beyer, and other assorted characters.

A cigarette on the balcony, and it is time to close the show. And when you close the show, do it like Sugar Ray Leonard did against Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns:

Essentailly, what you want to do when you swoop The Top Tier Girls at The Del Mar Racetrack is be the “boxer” in the early rounds and change to the “puncher” in the later rounds. Like Sugar Ray. And I am not talking about that crappy band from Orange County either.

Make sense?

Side note on The Del Mar Racetrack:

It is widely accepted that I have been the No.1 Playboy at The Del Mar Racetrack over the last ten years. (Something like The Celtics in the 60’s. I am mildly surprised that Sports Illustrated hasn’t covered this).

Doubt me? Just walk up to whoever you think is the top playboy there and ask him, “Who is the top Playboy at The Del Mar Racetrack?”

Nine times out of ten, the answer you will get is, “Michael Mason, with out a doubt.”

But that is neither here nor there.

However, this summer I will not be making an apperance. I have decided to trade The Del Mar Racetrack for the Topless Beaches of Spain this summer.

I have settled nicely into a routine of waking up late, surfing, chilling with fly 21 year old topless girls, having them cook me a Spanish lunch, swooping and napping.


The Down Economy has hurt The Del Mar Racetrack. And I don’t like where they are going with the non-smoking thing either.

Essentially, I am pulling a “Lennox Lewis” and I am surrendering my belt.

So if you want that No.1 spot, its open.

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11 Comments on "The Del Mar Racetrack: Swooping The Top Tier Girls"

  1. The G Manifesto
    18/07/2011 at 12:40 pm Permalink

    Great boxing…did I see you in the front row?

  2. The G Manifesto
    18/07/2011 at 5:46 pm Permalink


  3. The G Manifesto
    22/07/2011 at 7:12 pm Permalink

    I don’t think Black guys can pull these sort of women. Just speaking in general terms.

  4. The G Manifesto
    25/07/2011 at 11:13 am Permalink

    Bonus, they usually have rich boyfriends, so they’re taken care of, and they also take care of YOU. There’s something about a girl surrounded by rich dudes … she needs a bad boy, one that won’t buy her stuff, will crash at her place, then not answer the phone for three days, just to randomly re-appear. Bad boy game works on average chicks too, but it’s like a nuclear bomb on girls surrounded by big money.

    That and putting in 90% less effort with a good wing:

  5. The G Manifesto
    Timmy D
    25/07/2011 at 3:59 pm Permalink

    Hey Mike – you vs. Jesse Waits (Vegas #1 nightlife gun) on a night out. Who wins?


    Article below:

    Jesse Waits on the electronic dance music takeover in Las Vegas

    Danny Mahoney/XS

    Deadmau5 and Jesse Waits.

    By Jesse Waits

    Published Sunday, July 10, 2011 | 12:57 p.m.

    Updated Sunday, July 10, 2011 | 12:57 p.m.
    Robin Leach’s Vegas DeLuxe

    Check out for more celebrity and arts and entertainment coverage.

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    Jesse Waits is flanked by Manufactured Superstars.
    7/4/11: Afrojack and Aoki at XS
    Deadmau5 at Encore Beach Club’s First Anniversary
    XS Second Anniversary With Deadmau5
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    XS, with Managing Partner Jesse Waits, celebrates its second anniversary with special guest Deadmau5 at the Encore nightclub on Feb. 21, 2011.
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    Josh Strickland, Holly Madison, Jesse Waits and Angel Porrino at Holly Madison’s Valentine’s Day weekend Desire party at Tryst at the Wynn on Feb. 12, 2011.

    Editor’s Note: Today’s guest columnist is Jesse Waits, co-owner and managing partner of XS at the Encore and Tryst at Wynn Las Vegas, while Robin Leach takes his well-deserved annual vacation to Europe (follow him on his travels at Every day, a new column, plus the usual Strip Scribbles, Tonight’s Tips and Tomorrow’s Teases — and you never know what Robin will dig up in the wine country north of Rome, so please check back daily.

    By Jesse Waits

    It’s no surprise to anyone who has been living, breathing and partying in Las Vegas over the past year that electronic dance music is making a major move in Las Vegas. I’ve been a fan of the genre for some time now, and it’s something I’ve been closely keeping my eye on from personal interest and a business perspective.

    Most recently, the community saw the presence and success of the 15th Annul Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. When North America’s largest EDC festival decides that this is where it needs to be for the first time, it gives major credibility to what our nightlife scene has been building over the past year.

    The Insomniac team saw that the interest was here, the city was ready, and having the festival in Las Vegas made a lot of sense logistically. But more than anything, it proves that what our nightclubs have been building and working on with these artists was absolutely the right strategy and investment for our venues.

    The shift of focus for our marketing efforts came solely based on demand. We experimented with bookings, and once we saw the return, we knew electronic music was where our attention needed to be, on bringing in the biggest and best talent in the world to Wynn Las Vegas.

    On a busy weekend, XS will pull in about 7,000 people a night. We have focused on bringing in top electronic artists to our Sunday Night Swim and Monday industry night parties. On what would normally be an off night, we attract close to the same numbers as a Friday or Saturday during our busy season. We continue to pack our schedule on holiday weekends, and the reaction from our guests has been incomparable to past events. This Fourth of July at XS alone, performances included A-Trak, Calvin Harris and Manufactured Superstars, with Afrojack and Steve Aoki closing the holiday weekend together.

    When we have major announcements of new performers, we like to push it through social media first so that our fans and followers have an insider’s advantage. We announced that Deadmau5 was going to be performing at our second anniversary of XS in February, and he was trending on Twitter in Las Vegas within an hour and a half. When we broke that he’d be back Memorial Day Weekend, it was 45 minutes.

    If you’ve never seen an electronic artist perform live, you should walk into it fully expecting electrifying energy and an exhilarating atmosphere. I take time to go onstage each night and look out on the dance floor to capture the scene. Our guests are absolutely entranced, dancing in synchronization to the beats, exuding pure bliss as they let these DJs take them on a journey throughout the evening.

    A simple realization comes about: DJs are the new rock stars. They’re going through the exact push we saw with hip-hop in the 1980s and probably even rock ’n’ roll in the ’70s. They are merging into the mainstream, collaborating with everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Snoop Dogg and The Black Eyed Peas to Rihanna.

    We had Afrojack perform the night after he won a Grammy Award for his remix of Madonna’s “Revolver” with David Guetta, a historic moment for him and us. R3HAB’s remix of “Judas” with Lady Gaga was just included on So You Think You Can Dance, while David Guetta’s hit “When Love Takes Over” with Kelly Rowland was featured on NBC’s The Voice (it also was on SYTYCD). If you don’t think these artists are coming to your radio stations and TV screens, you haven’t been paying attention.

    And this is just the beginning. The genre is only going to get bigger. We saw the popularity first explode through dance music, but now that there is interest, the fans are really ready to explore further. When Deadmau5 performed over Memorial Day, the crowd went crazy when he transitioned into a dubstep set. When Skrillex performed at EDC featuring dubstep beats and hardwave tracks, the crowd rivaled that of the headliners at the main stage. The enthusiasts only want to hear more, know more and experience more at this point. They’re hooked.

    If this has sparked your interest, I suggest you download some EDM, get acquainted with some of the major artists, and then come check out a live set at XS. This month includes A-Trak, Calvin Harris, Manufactured Superstars, Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Bad Boy Bill. It’s the perfect opportunity to come out, dance and revel in the experience.

    Tomorrow, welcomes Mirage headliner impressionist Terry Fator and Chef Julian Serrano (Picasso at the Bellagio and Julian Serrano at Aria). Guest columnists this year include Holly Madison, Donny Osmond and cast members of Jubilee!, Absinthe and Jersey Boys, along with Chef Charlie Palmer, Pawn Stars favorite Austin “Chumlee” Russell, plus other surprises including nightlife analysis by Jack Colton.

  6. The G Manifesto
    26/07/2011 at 8:35 am Permalink

    Those are some mega hot gold diggers that’s for sure.

  7. The G Manifesto
    John Rambo
    27/07/2011 at 6:52 am Permalink

    Why American men should boycott American women

    I am an American man, and I have decided to boycott American women. In a nutshell, American women are the most likely to cheat on you, to divorce you, to get fat, to steal half of your money in the divorce courts, don’t know how to cook or clean, don’t want to have children, etc. Therefore, what intelligent man would want to get involved with American women?

    American women are generally immature, selfish, extremely arrogant and self-centered, mentally unstable, irresponsible, and highly unchaste. The behavior of most American women is utterly disgusting, to say the least.

    This blog is my attempt to explain why I feel American women are inferior to foreign women (non-American women), and why American men should boycott American women, and date/marry only foreign (non-American) women.


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  8. The G Manifesto
    Explore Nature
    29/07/2011 at 5:56 am Permalink

    Women are usually attractive when they are feminine.

    Dressing up in a feminine manner is a main factor.

  9. The G Manifesto
    31/07/2011 at 7:54 pm Permalink

    Love the blog mate.Racetrack game is the crem de la crem of all game.I hit the spring carnival hard here at Flemington racecourse in Melbourne.The sun is out,the woman look the best they will ever look in their life and by 3 in the arvo they are all tipsy and horny on the champagne.happy the boxing analogies btw (huge boxing fan).cheers

  10. The G Manifesto
    31/07/2011 at 10:49 pm Permalink

    You are to be commended on your vivid imagination my friend.

  11. The G Manifesto
    Royce Geist
    01/08/2011 at 10:02 am Permalink

    Being in socal I gotta get down there sometime, good post.

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