Top UK racecourse is overrun by swingers who bonk their way to the finish line

Sex-mad swingers are descending on a famous racecourse for some mucky horseplay.

Car loads of exhibitionists park on Doncaster’s Straight Mile once darkness has fallen to romp at their own festivals of x-rated filth. And the South Yorkshire destination – home to the famous St Leger race – has become such a magnet for thrill-seekers that kinky folk even stay over at a Hilton hotel on the course or in camper vans to get a slice of the action.

As soon as darkness descends the partner-swappers love putting on a show of unbridled lust with strangers. One frisky filly who claimed she had a strong set of lungs was advertising online for new sexual partners. And she warned that she needed someone with the energy to make sure she crossed the finishing line.

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She said: “Doncaster races this week. Looking to meet select males, females and couples. Warning: I have lots of stamina”

On another site, a personal ad read: “Going to be at Doncaster next week with my very buddy. Any gorgeous girls or good looking couples want to join us in my camper van?”

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The course’s Straight Mile runs from woods at the start line up towards the main grandstand and a road parallel to the course is open 24-7 to cars accessing the beaty spot.

But after nightfall, the area is overtaken by courting couples and doggers. And it is not just Doncaster that is popular with sex-mad race-goers.

The King would not be amused at the antics couples get up to at both Windsor and Epsom courses. Police patrols have found couples having sex in the open on Epsom Downs – just yards from racecourse’s royal stand, used by the Monarch during the Derby race meeting in June each year.

The area is mentioned on national dogging websites, which give directions and specify Friday and Saturday evenings as the best days for enthusiasts to go.

And at Windsor – home of the Royal family’s ancient home – doggers are directed to a quiet spot alongside the racecourse close to the River Thames.

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