saddle bar


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saddle bar

One of the horizontal iron bars across a window opening which secure the leaded lights.
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In the members' stand, the Tack & Saddle Bar and Ocean Swell Bar are uninviting and, if you want to eat, drink and be merry, you are better off in either the July restaurant, or in Mozart's Bistro, or in various other semi-outdoor eateries and drinkeries.
It also sells drinks, as do the Paddock Bar and the Saddle Bar, both under the grandstand, and both very acceptable.
Three Pints Of Guinness (at least in the 20 minutes I was there) from the Tack and Saddle Bar went out to the bookies with a wad and invested heavily on the wrong one of Robert Alner's pair in the first.