The Curragh Racecourse is one of Ireland’s most important thoroughbred racecourses. It is located in the Midlands in County Kildare and was first opened in 1727, but was used for races long before then. Training grounds occupy part of the racecourse, which provides trainers and jockeys with 1,500 acres of training facilities. In addition, there are also 20km (12 miles) of peat gallops and also 8 all-weather tracks.
The track is famous for its numerous champion horses. The course holds a reputation for attracting 2-year-old runners that are high-quality racers, many even make their first-ever racecourse appearance in The Curragh.
Tickets available for upcoming events at The Curragh are annual season tickets and single event tickets. Under 18s go free with an accompanying paying adult. Upcoming events include Longines Irish Champions Weekend, Curragh Summer Sounds, Curragh Autumn Festival, Curragh Finale of Season and much more.