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Wooden Tabletop Horseracing Game

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  • Made in the USA: St. Louis, MO
  • Instructions: See the full directions for game rules
  • Bring the excitement of the racetrack to your living room
  • Fun and easy to learn game of chance, great for the whole family
  • No electronics or batteries required
  • Classic, nostalgic design and high-quality craftsmanship
  • Great for small or large groups consisting of 2-6 players
  • Warning: Small parts choking hazard, not for children under 3 years of age
Maple or walnut wood, metal, vinyl, acrylic, plastic, paper
One horse racing game board, velvet bag containing a pair of dice, deck of cards, and 11 numbered horses
21.5" x 11.5" x 0.75"
4 lbs

4.5 avg. (52 reviews)

Made in the USA

Wooden Tabletop Horseracing Game

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Nostalgic-feeling fun inspired by classic games · Gets the whole family playing
Gallop to a victory. This horseracing board game has you race against other jockeys to reach the finish line first. It combines dice, cards, and little pegged horses that are full of nostalgic charm. The wooden board is handcrafted in Missouri and is made with the mission to bring families together for an old-school (and fun) screen-free game night.
Made in the USA

Across The Board

Across The Board games are handcrafted wooden tributes to classic games that are designed to get families together. And they are made to last for many years of game night fun. All the games—from penny hockey to horse racing to a king-of-the-hill strategy game—are straightforward and easy to play. This is deliberate because, to maker Kim McDaniel and her late husband, Ryan, it’s all about gathering family and friends for screen-free time together. Kim and Ryan were inspired by old-school games they found at Ryan’s mom’s house. They started out in 2008 making their own games for friends in their garage. Across The Board has since grown into a workshop, where Kim runs the show. The McDaniels' new-but-nostalgic take on board games is one we appreciate. There are no bells and whistles, but instead you’ll find attractive, well-made wooden boards that are crafted with a keen attention to detail. And we bet you’ll also find lots of kids and grown-ups who want to play them again and again.
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