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|Rank||Jockey Name||Rides Today||Runs||Wins||Win %|
The jockeys above are ranked by their number of wins at this course in the last 5 seasons.
|Rank||Trainer Name||Runs||Wins||Win %|
|1st||A P O'Brien||755||134||18|
|2nd||Joseph Patrick O'Brien||373||51||14|
|3rd||J S Bolger||427||43||10|
|4th||G M Lyons||293||34||12|
|5th||Mrs John Harrington||316||34||11|
The trainers above are ranked by their number of wins at this course in the last 5 seasons.
“Where Champions Are Made” is the slogan of Curragh Racecourse and it is certainly apt. Home of a number of the biggest Flat races in Ireland, with ten of Ireland’s twelve Group 1s being held here in 2007, the Curragh is at the centre of the Irish bloodstock industry, with a huge 26% of horses trained in Ireland being trained on the Curragh. We have Curragh tips for every meeting, including in-depth analysis!
Our Curragh Racecourse selections, like all our Irish tips, are posted in the evening the day before the meeting, with all tips for the following day up by 7pm, or 9pm if there are evening tips.
Ryan Moore is the Curragh’s leading jockey, which is no real surprise given the quality of racing at the venue. It’s even less of a surprise that Aidan O’Brien is leading trainer by a huge margin. You can find the key statistics for the Curragh above!
With racing commencing at the Curragh in the early 1700s, the course has evolved into a unique proposition as the course map shows. It includes a testing uphill finish, and our Curragh tips will generally look for galloping types with plenty of stamina.
There is no real evidence of draw bias at the Curragh racecourse for our tips to consider.
There are a huge number of excellent races at the Curragh, spread throughout the season. The highlights are the Group 1s:
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From the Irish Guineas to the Irish Derby, if you’re heading to the Curragh to watch the brilliant racing, myracing will have you covered!
Curragh Racecourse, The Curragh, Co Kildare
Air - Dublin (25m) and Baldonnell (16m). Helipad behind main Grandstand
Bus - Special bus leaves Busaras (Dublin Central Bus Station) for track on race days and leaves 30mins after last race. Admission concession available with valid train ticket
Road - 50km SW of Dublin on main Dublin-Cork/Limerick road (N7). Take exit 12 on N7 S.
Rail - Regular servis from Dublin Heuston, Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway to Kildare with free shuttle bus to track. Admission concession available with valid train ticket