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  1. Thurles Racecourse

    Thurles Racecourse is an oval, right handed track of one and a quarter miles. There are 6 flights of hurdles and 7 steeplechase fences in each circuit. Read more

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  2. Tipperary Racecourse

    Home to the world famous Coolemore Stud, responsible for producing some of the finest thoroughbreds ever to race, Tipperary is a county rich in equestrian tradition. It is only right, therefore, that it should be host some of the best horseracing in the country. Read more

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  3. Clonmel Racecourse

    Clonmel is a racecourse blessed with a scenic wooded setting, which gives it that touch of character which is impossible to create artificially. Read more

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  4. Horse Racing Ireland

    Developing and promoting Ireland as a world centre of excellence for horse racing and breeding. Read more

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  5. Navan Racecourse

    "Sure they would be mad not to", as Hector O'Heochagain might have said about his home town track, because Navan's impressive big race schedule offers not just trials for big races elsewhere, but lots of races that can stand on their own as important events. Read more

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  6. Tamore Racecourse

    Waterford & Tramore Racecourse has been providing exciting entertainment for racing fans in south east Ireland for more than 200 years. Read more

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  7. Ballinrobe Racecourse

    An intimate place, set in a natural amphitheatre where the action is never too far from view, it's everything a country racecourse should be. Read more

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  8. Cork Racecourse Mallow

    A few miles down the road from Cork Racecourse was the scene of the historic race which gave the world the phrase "steeplechasing", a descriptive term for a race over fences. Read more

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  9. Naas Racecourse

    The fresh air, excitement, quality national hunt and flat racing, efficient service, themed days and lively entertainment programme, all combine to make Naas the place to race. Read more

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  10. Killarney Racecourse

    Killarney is the premier tourist destination in Ireland and the Killarney races provides eleven cracking days of racing over 3 summer festivals in May, July and August. Read more

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