• THE CURRAGH THOROUGHBRED TRAIL

    Sunday 16th September

  • The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail
    THE CURRAGH THOROUGHBRED TRAIL

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. 

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  • The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am. 

     

     

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am. 

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am. 

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am.

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am.

     

     

     

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am.

    The Curragh Thoroughbred Trail takes place before racing on Sunday morning, on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. This unique event allows racing fans to  go behind the scenes at many of the leading training yards, stud farms and world-class equine hospitals based on the famous Curragh plains. The trail takes approximately 2 hours and takes place before racing departing from the racecourse at 8.30am. 

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