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Address:Racecourse, Thurles, Co. Tipperary Website:http://thurlesraces.ie/
Description:One of three racecourses in County Tipperary, racing has taken place at Thurles since 1732 and it has long been considered a highly-important asset to Irish National Hunt racing. The reason for this is that the remarkably resilient ground there can be raced on after all but exceptional amounts of rainfall and it can withstand a large amount of racing during the winter months. It host 11 fixtures between October and March every year.
An undulating, right-handed track with a circuit of around a mile and a quarter. Sections of the track are uphill but there is a fairly steep descent to the two-furlong home straight and the track is very much sharp in character, favouring the handy type of horse. There are seven fences to a circuit of the chase course, with two in the home straight, and a run-in of around a furlong. The course is remarkably well drained and as a result, very few meetings are lost due to adverse weather conditions.
History: Thurles plays host to three Grade 2 contests, with the Kinloch Brae Chase in January being the most high profile. It has been won by the likes of Native Upmanship (three times), Newmill (twice), Hi Cloy and Don Cossack.
Thurles is a no-frills racecourse in county Tipperary which attracts a core of proper horse racing enthusiasts who enjoy quality, competitive racing at a firm but fair course. The track is stiff test, right-handed and undulating and there is no question that stamina and ability are needed in tandem to win here. Indeed, many champions have made this their happy hunting ground and the like of Native Upmanship and Rule Supreme both loved the place.
On the flat, Melbourne Cup winner Vintage Crop won his debut race at Thurles and went on to achieve greatness. This is a course to keep an eye on the maiden races in search for future Graded race winners. The feature race of the season is the Grade 2 Kinloch Brae Chase and invariably attracts a strong field. Flat racing occurs here, but Thurles is best known for jumpers.
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