The Really Nasty Horse Racing Game

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The Really Nasty Horse Racing Game is a board game combining luck and tactics. It was designed by Simon Knock in 1987.[1]

The game set consists of an oversized game board, bookmaker's board, betting slips, deck of specials cards, stack of money, dice, and six large plastic horses-and-jockeys and other items.[2] Each player is assigned a horse and races it around the track by rolling a single die. Players can bet on another player's horse, and are issued cards which allow them to commit dirty tricks, for instance making a horse fall or forcing the winner to take a drug test.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Board Game Geek". 
  2. ^ Sarrett, Issue 2.3,, Peter. "The Really Nasty Horse Racing Game". Issue 2.3, Spring 1994. The Game Report Online. Retrieved 25 January 2011.