Thrilling Racing Throughout the Year
17th Aug 2017
- 20th Aug 2017
Tramore Racecourse really comes into its own during the busy summer season and the annual racing festival over four days in mid-August attracts bumper crowds.
19th Aug 2017
- 14th Aug 2017
The Curragh Racecourse
will host five days of 'Awesome' racing from Monday 7th - Sunday 27th
20th Aug 2017
- 20th Aug 2017
Eleven-time Champion National Hunt Jockey Ruby Walsh was joined by trainee jockeys from RACE - Racing Academy and Centre of Education to launch the Jog for Jockeys 5km & 10km races at the Curragh Racecourse on Sunday 21st August. All monies raised will be donated to the Irish Injured Jockeys.
21st Aug 2017
- 22nd Aug 2017
Roscommon Family Evening brings you bargain admission prices for students, with children going free. There will also be free entertainment for children, while the Most Stylish Hat competition will ensure the fashion stakes will be very competitive.
23rd Aug 2017
- 26th Aug 2017
Killarney's Autumn Racing Festival runs from Wednesday 23rd to Saturday 26th of August, featuring 29 races over the four days.
09th Sep 2017
- 10th Sep 2017
Two great days of racing, as good as you would get anywhere in Europe, boasting five hotly-contested Group 1 races at Leopardstown and the Curragh.
10th Sep 2017
- 16th Sep 2017
The autumn highlight of the Irish racing calendar, the seven-day Listowel 'Harvest' Festival draws crowds from all over the country. An action-packed week of the highest quality Flat and National Hunt racing, the highlight on the track is Wednesday's Guinness Kerry National.
01st Oct 2017
- 01st Oct 2017
The feature raceday at Tipperary Racecourse is “Super Sunday” and this year’s thrilling renewal takes place on Sunday, October 1st.
15th Aug 2017
- 15th Aug 2017
GAA stars from around the country will be taking on a new breed of opposition on Tuesday, August 15th in St Conelth’s Park in Newbridge as they size up against Ireland’s top jockeys as part of Hurling for Cancer Research 2017.
For the sixth year in a row, legendary racehorse trainer Jim Bolger and Gold Cup winner and two-time National Hunt Champion jockey Davy Russell will bring household names in GAA and horse racing together to take part the celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. To date the event has raised €540,000 to fund the Irish Cancer Society’s innovative cancer research projects, which include a recent breakthrough in the treatment of triple negative breast cancer.
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