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CURRAGH RACECOURSE

Curragh racecourse, more commonly referred to as ‘The Curragh’, is the leading Flat track in Ireland. Home to prestigious races such as the Irish 1000 and 2000 Guineas, Irish Oaks and Derby and Irish St Leger just to name a few, it is rooted in Irish horse racing history. The majority of Ireland’s Group 1 races are held at the track, and it is renowned for putting up the biggest purses. In addition to racing at The Curragh, there are several training facilities on site. Horses trained on the Curragh have won major races worldwide in countries as diverse as England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, America, Canada, and Australia with both 1993 Melbourne Cup winner Vintage Crop and Media Puzzle, winner of the same race in 2002, both trained by Dermot Weld on the Curragh. The racecourse is at the heart of the Irish bloodstock industry, with numerous large stud farms having developed on the fringes, including the National Stud.

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BEST TRAINERS AT CURRAGH

Trainer Runs Wins W% Places P%
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland 890 179 20 238 27
J. S. Bolger, Ireland 638 63 10 146 23
D. K. Weld, Ireland 440 53 12 85 19
G. M. Lyons, Ireland 315 40 13 60 19
M. Halford, Ireland 382 38 10 78 20
David Wachman, Ireland 224 24 11 61 27
Edward Lynam, Ireland 241 23 10 41 17
W. McCreery, Ireland 222 21 9 46 21
John M. Oxx, Ireland 225 19 8 63 28
P. D. Deegan, Ireland 157 18 11 27 17
Kevin Prendergast, Ireland 216 17 8 42 19
John Patrick Murtagh, Ireland 185 16 9 27 15
Mrs J. Harrington, Ireland 253 16 6 49 19
T. Stack, Ireland 137 14 10 21 15
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland 78 12 15 18 23
Sabrina J. Harty, Ireland 49 11 22 9 18
A. Slattery, Ireland 93 11 12 15 16
Joseph G. Murphy, Ireland 99 10 10 19 19
K. J. Condon, Ireland 124 8 6 25 20
W. P. Mullins, Ireland 40 8 20 8 20
P. J. Prendergast, Ireland 126 7 6 23 18
A. P. Keatley, Ireland 75 7 9 10 13
J. F. Levins, Ireland 103 7 7 10 10
Andrew Oliver, Ireland 196 6 3 22 11
M. D. O'Callaghan, Ireland 113 6 5 31 27
Denis Hogan, Ireland 49 5 10 6 12
A. J. Martin, Ireland 67 5 7 9 13
Thomas Carmody, Ireland 25 5 20 5 20
John Gosden 11 5 45 1 9
Adrian McGuinness, Ireland 74 5 7 8 11
Roger Charlton 7 5 71 1 14
W. T. Farrell, Ireland 61 5 8 8 13
David Marnane, Ireland 92 5 5 12 13
Donal Kinsella, Ireland 36 4 11 5 14
Mick Channon 23 4 17 4 17
Michael Mulvany, Ireland 79 4 5 8 10
T. Hogan, Ireland 39 4 10 8 21
Ms Joanna Morgan, Ireland 44 4 9 5 11
Roger Varian 16 3 19 5 31
John Patrick Shanahan, Ireland 50 3 6 7 14
Gavin Patrick Cromwell, Ireland 40 3 8 6 15
George J. Kent, Ireland 9 3 33 0 0
Jarlath P. Fahey, Ireland 11 3 27 0 0
James M. Barrett, Ireland 40 3 8 4 10
Joseph Anthony Murray, Ireland 12 3 25 2 17
Peter Fahey, Ireland 26 3 12 5 19
Dermot Anthony McLoughlin, Ireland 19 3 16 2 11
Miss Nicole McKenna, Ireland 20 3 15 4 20
J. T. Gorman, Ireland 50 3 6 3 6
Patrick J. Flynn, Ireland 59 3 5 6 10
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

BEST JOCKEYS AT CURRAGH

Jockey Runs Wins W% Places P%
Joseph O'Brien 357 83 23 99 28
Pat Smullen 592 70 12 138 23
K. J. Manning 543 58 11 132 24
Shane Foley 459 49 11 86 19
C. D. Hayes 489 48 10 79 16
Ryan Moore 151 45 30 48 32
Seamie Heffernan 359 44 12 78 22
W. M. Lordan 435 44 10 86 20
C. T. Keane 298 36 12 56 19
Johnny Murtagh 117 24 21 29 25
Fran Berry 260 23 9 37 14
Declan McDonogh 401 23 6 87 22
R. P. Whelan 282 23 8 41 15
William James Lee 329 22 7 64 19
Donnacha O'Brien 134 22 16 26 19
L. F. Roche 232 17 7 30 13
G. F. Carroll 271 17 6 35 13
N. G. McCullagh 281 15 5 37 13
C. O'Donoghue 236 14 6 45 19
R. P. Cleary 219 13 6 17 8
James Doyle 31 7 23 12 39
Emmet McNamara 86 7 8 11 13
Andrea Atzeni 35 6 17 8 23
K. J. Leonard 84 6 7 9 11
G. P. Halpin 108 5 5 12 11
Fergal Lynch 100 5 5 13 13
Jamie Spencer 36 4 11 14 39
Richard Hughes 22 4 18 5 23
William Buick 21 4 19 8 38
R. P. Downey 84 4 5 6 7
D. P. Linehan 20 3 15 3 15
Ross Coakley 75 3 4 12 16
Connor King 141 3 2 20 14
C. P. Hoban 182 3 2 24 13
Marc Monaghan 27 3 11 4 15
Miss A. O'Brien 96 3 3 11 11
Miss N. Carberry 10 3 30 4 40
B. A. Curtis 87 3 3 11 13
D. E. Sheehy 30 2 7 2 7
Tom Queally 5 2 40 0 0
Paul Mulrennan 10 2 20 1 10
Graham Gibbons 6 2 33 2 33
M. C. Hussey 118 2 2 11 9
Frankie Dettori 13 2 15 7 54
Martin Dwyer 3 2 67 1 33
S. B. Kelly 37 2 5 5 14
Miss J. Marcialis 2 2 100 0 0
I. T. Queally 25 2 8 2 8
I. J. Brennan 39 2 5 2 5
S. P. Davis 43 2 5 7 16
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

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The Curragh is a horseshoe shaped, right-handed course with no sharp bends over two miles with a straight run-in of three furlongs slightly uphill. There are starts at five furlongs, six furlongs, six furlongs 63 yards, seven furlongs and a mile on a straight course. A high draw provides a slight advantage on the straight course in big fields, though in any given instance pace and positional bias usually counts for more.

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CURRAGH RACECOURSE ADDRESS & HOW TO GET THERE

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