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Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Pat Smullen 119 28 24
2nd Declan McDonogh 112 18 16
3rd W J Lee 124 18 15
4th Seamie Heffernan 94 16 17
5th Colin Keane 103 14 14


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Paul Townend 80 20 25
2nd R Walsh 38 14 37
3rd Sean Flanagan 90 14 16
4th Mr P W Mullins 26 11 42
5th A P Heskin 59 10 17


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st D K Weld 123 28 23
2nd A P O'Brien 107 26 24
3rd W McCreery 81 14 17
4th G M Lyons 50 12 24
5th J S Bolger 121 10 8


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st W P Mullins 80 28 35
2nd Gordon Elliott 111 16 14
3rd Noel Meade 30 9 30
4th Michael Winters 55 9 16
5th John J Walsh 114 8 7
Cork Chase Course
Cork Chase Course
Cork Chase Course

Tips for Cork Races

Originally known as Mallow Racecourse, as it’s located in Mallow, County Cork,  when it was first opened in 1924, it has since changed to Cork Racecourse. Both Flat racing and National Hunt takes place at the venue. It’s near to Buttevant and Doneralle, where supposedly the first steeplechase was run in 1752.

Course: The Flat course is a right-handed oval with a mile and a quarter circuit. There is a chute so 5 and 6 furlong races can be run on a straight track.

The Hurdles track is the same as the Flat but the Chase course is a different mile and a half circuit. It’s a fair and level racecourse which doesn’t particularly favour any certain type of horse for our tips.

Draw Bias: For 5 and 6 furlong races at Cork, we want our tips to be drawn in the high numbers as there is a definite advantage to this. Also, over 7 furlong races it’s favourable to be drawn low as the horses run around a tight bend.

Feature Race: A number of graded and group races throughout the year, the Hilly Way Chase is arguably the feature. It’s run over 2 miles in December and was won in 2016 by Douvan and 2017 by Un De Sceaux.


Killarney Road, Mallow, Co Cork, Ireland

General Admission

How to Get There

Air - Cork (6km). Helicopter landing available if arranged in advance
Air - Shuttle bus from Mallow train station - 00353 (0) 22 50207 for times
Road - 1m from Mallow on Mallow-Killarney Road (N72). From Cork/Limerick (N20) go under railway bridge at roundabout in Mallow. From Dublin/Waterford (N72/N73) take town park bypass to reach roundabout. Track on left out the Killarney Road.
Rail - Mallow; served by Cork, Dublin, Tralee and Killarney. Free shuttle bus to and from track - 00353 (0) 22 50207 for times


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