FAIRYHOUSE Racecourse Horse Racing Tips

FAIRYHOUSE Racecourse Tips

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13.45 Fairyhouse (Race 1)
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Horse Profile - Zihuatanejo

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Zihuatanejo

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14.17 Fairyhouse (Race 2)
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Horse Profile - Gamin Original

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Gamin Original

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14.52 Fairyhouse (Race 3)
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Horse Profile - Hareth

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Hareth

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15.27 Fairyhouse (Race 4)
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Horse Profile - Birdie Blitz

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Birdie Blitz

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16.02 Fairyhouse (Race 5)
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Horse Profile - Alpha Des Obeaux

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Alpha Des Obeaux

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16.37 Fairyhouse (Race 6)
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Horse Profile - Sizing Pottsie

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Sizing Pottsie

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17.12 Fairyhouse (Race 7)
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Horse Profile - Ferny Hollow

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Ferny Hollow

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Course Info:
Address:Ballybin, Co. Meath Website:https://www.fairyhouse.ie/
Description:Fairyhouse Racecourse is one of Ireland's premier horse racing venues. It is situated in the parish of Ratoath in County Meath, on the R155 regional road, 3 kilometres (2 mi) off the N3. It hosted its first race in 1848 and since 1870 has been the home of the Irish Grand National steeplechase.
The racetrack itself is a one-mile and 6.5 furlong right-handed circuit, with a 2.5 furlong straight and a slight uphill finish. The main business of Fairyhouse racecourse is betting on the races known traditionally in parts of Ireland as turf accountancy. Admission to Fairyhouse race meetings is free to under-16s along with various other promotions such as concession rates for OAPs and seasonal festivals (i.e. Winter Festival, Easter Festival etc.) It also hosted the first three Witnness music festivals from 2000 to 2002 inclusive.
Significance: Fairyhouse is the premier horse race meeting hosting both the Irish Grand National and Irish Gold Cup but has always been a fine quality racecourse attracting international racing stars such as Desert Orchid, Prince Regent, and Persian War among others. The course was the training ground for l'Escargot, a winner of the Irish Grand National against famous racer Red Rum to name but a few racing achievements. The Powers Gold Label Stand and Jameson stand were reopened following refurbishment in 1999 and Fairyhouse is boasted by Meath Tourism to be "firmly established as one of the most modern facilities in the country, providing an outstanding level of comfort and service." The Irish Grand National is run every Easter Monday and currently sponsored by Jameson Whiskey.
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