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Jockey and Trainer Stats

All Weather

Rank Jockey Name Rides Today Runs Wins Win %
1st Ms L O'Neill 0 6 3 50
2nd Colin Keane 0 12 3 25
3rd Gabriele Malune 0 2 2 100
4th Shane Crosse 0 4 2 50
5th Danny Sheehy 0 2 1 50

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

All Weather

Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Jamie Osborne 21 4 19
2nd Adrian McGuinness 19 3 16
3rd Sarah Lynam 2 2 100
4th Ivan Furtado 2 2 100
5th Richard John O'Brien 1 1 100

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

Laytown All Weather Course

Tips for Laytown Races

A truly unique event in the Irish Horse Racing calendar, the track is situated on Laytown beach in County Meath. The first recorded race meeting at the venue was in 1868 and it’s the only race event run on a beach under the Rules of Racing. It takes place just once a year in September which we’ll have tips for.

Course: The track is almost straight with races only run over 6 and 7 furlongs.

Draw Bias: Stalls have only been used over the last 3 years, meaning there is only 18 race to go on. But 14 of those races have been won by horses drawn between stalls 1-6, so that’s something for our tips to consider.

Races: There are no big races as such, in 2018 the most valuable race is worth €9,240 to the winner.


Laytown, Co Meath, Ireland

General Admission

How to Get There

Air - Dublin
Bus - Special service from Drogheda
Road - 46km N of Dublin. Take Junction 7 off the M1, (Dublin - Belfast motorway), follow R132 to Julianstown take R150 to Laytown.
Rail - Regular sevice from Drogheda and Dublin (Connolly Station) to Laytown


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