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racegoer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Horses
racegoerrace‧go‧er /ˈreɪsɡəʊə $ -ɡoʊər/ noun [countable] British English  DSHsomeone who goes regularly to watch horse races
Examples from the Corpus
racegoerThere were a lot of half-familiar faces in the crowds; the enthusiastic racegoers from the train.For racegoers there are no less than six racecourses within easy reach.So, to the amazement of many racegoers, the two young jockeys escaped without even a caution.Fortunately, most racegoers followed their own hunches while studying form over a leisurely lunch in the corporate suites.Perhaps they were among the racegoers, waiting another chance to kidnap their quarry.
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