Racecourse Revealed

    Bellewstown Racecourse hosts two meetings at the height of each summer. On a fabulous hill-top setting which boasts magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the North and the Irish Sea to the East, the racecourse famously attracts big crowds for their festival dates in early July and mid-August. All meetings at Bellewstown take place in the evening time and while it may be small in stature, Bellewstown racecourse is big in heart and atmosphere. A left-handed racecourse, it provides for Flat and hurdle racing. The racecourse is ideally situated, only minutes from the M1 motorway, the main Dublin/Belfast road. The tradition of Summer racing at Bellewstown dates back centuries and the first record of racing appears in the August edition of the Dublin Gazette and the Weekly Courier in 1726.

     

  • Featured Races & Festivals

    Feature Races

    I.N.P.B.A Mullacurry Cup Handicap Hurdle
    Seamus Mulvaney Crockafotha Handicap Hurdle 

    July Festival - Thursday 6th and Saturday 8th

    August Festival - Weds 30th and Thursday 31st

    There are few better places to be in Ireland in July than at the two-day festival at the Hill of Crockafatha in Co. Meath. With the sun regularly consenting to shine, the magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the north and the Irish Sea to the east of the track make Bellewstown Racecourse one of the most beautiful settings for racing anywhere in the world. The tradition of summer racing at Bellewstown dates back centuries and the first record of racing there appeared in the August edition of the Dublin Gazette and the Weekly Courier in 1726.

  • TICKET PRICES

    Adult Ticket€15.00
    OAP / Student€9.00
    Children U14FREE
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