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  1. Listowel Racecourse

    Listowel, Kerry

    When it comes to festivals, nobody does it better than the people of Kerry. Traditionally it was the meeting where the farmers of Ireland came to spend/gamble the money they made from the harvest. Read more

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  2. Tipperary Racecourse

    Limerick Junction, Tipperary

    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. Dundalk Stadium

    Dundalk, Louth

    Dundalk Stadium is Ireland’s only floodlit all weather horse track and the world’s only dual purpose horse and greyhound track. Read more

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  4. Limerick Racecourse

    Patrickswell, Limerick

    Whether you’re a seasoned race-goer or just curious to see what all the fuss is about, there is a variety of race meetings to suit everyone’s taste, from flat to National Hunt (Jump) Horse Racing at Limerick. Read more

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  5. Galway Races - Autumn Festival

    Galway City, Galway

    Why not pay a return visit to Ballybrit to enjoy three more days of top racing at Galway. Read more

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  6. Naas Racecourse

    Naas, Kildare

    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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  7. Leopardstown Racecourse

    Leopardstown, Dublin

    Leopardstown hosts some of the biggest races in the racing calendar, jump racing in winter and flat racing for the rest of the year. Read more

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  8. Killarney Racecourse

    Killarney, Kerry

    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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  9. The Curragh Racecourse

    Curragh, Kildare

    The Curragh is the home of Irish flat racing and the largest horse training centre in the country. It is named in early manuscripts as a meeting place of celtic kings and chieftans. Read more

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  10. Tamore Racecourse

    Tramore, Waterford

    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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