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Jockey and Trainer Stats

Flat

Rank Jockey Name Rides Today Runs Wins Win %
1st Ryan Moore 0 210 62 30
2nd Donnacha O'Brien 0 286 55 19
3rd Colin Keane 0 381 44 12
4th Shane Foley 0 358 40 11
5th Seamie Heffernan 0 298 35 12

The jockeys above are ranked by their number of wins at this course in the last 5 seasons.

Flat

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.

Curragh Flat Course

What Kind Of Curragh Racing Tips Do We Offer?

“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!

When Do Today’s Curragh Tips Go Up?

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.

Pointers For Picking Your Own Curragh Racing Tips

Trainer And Jockey Statistics

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!

Course Characteristics

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.

Draw Bias

There is no real evidence of draw bias at the Curragh racecourse for our tips to consider.

Feature Races

There are a huge number of excellent races at the Curragh, spread throughout the season. The highlights are the Group 1s:

  • May: Irish 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas plus Tattersalls Gold Cup
  • June: Irish Derby and Pretty Polly Stakes
  • July: Irish Oaks
  • August: Phoenix Stakes
  • September: Moyglare Stud Stakes, Vincent O’Brien Stakes and the Irish St Leger

Curragh Betting

To make the most out of your existing accounts for the top-class racing at the Curragh, most bookmakers will have daily offers for their existing customers. You can find these in the promotions section of each specific bookmaker. With plenty of special offers, from odds boosts to enhanced place races, there is plenty to take advantage off.

Curragh Free Bets

Bookmakers will offer special promotions for any new customers, which can be found on our free bets page. Some will offer money back as a free bet/bonus funds if your first horse is a loser, while others will reward you with a certain amount of free bets depending on your first deposit. Make sure you don’t miss out and take advantage!

Tomorrow’s Curragh Tips

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!

Address

Curragh Racecourse, The Curragh, Co Kildare

General Admission

http://www.curragh.ie/

How to Get There

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

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