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Address:Newbridge, Co. Kildare, R56 RR67 Website:https://www.curragh.ie/
Description:The Curragh Racecourse, usually referred to as simply The Curragh, is one of Ireland's most important Thoroughbred racecourses. It is situated on the Curragh plain in County Kildare, between the towns of Newbridge and Kildare.
Racing takes place at the Curragh from March through to October and consists of a total of 19 meetings, with all racing taking place on the Flat. 10 of the 12 Group 1 races in Ireland are held at the Curragh, including all five of the Classics.
The biggest day of the season in terms of attendance is always the Irish Derby in late-June, but the Curragh leg of the recently created Irish Champions Weekend in September is set to grow in importance and prestige in the years ahead.
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. In any given instance pace and positional bias usually counts for more in races on the straight course than the draw.
History: The name "Curragh" comes from the Irish language word Cuirreach, meaning "place of the running horse". The first recorded race on the plain took place in 1727, but it was used for races before then. The first Derby was held in 1866, and in 1868 the Curragh was officially declared a horse racing and training facility by act of parliament.
Known as the home of and a breeding ground for Irish flat racing excellence, the Curragh hosts all five of Ireland’s classic races, including the Irish Derby, the Irish Oaks, the 2000 and 1000 Guineas and the Irish St. Ledger.
Home to many thousands of horses and scores of training establishments in the surrounding area, the course is the beating heart of the Irish racing scene and indeed the community at the centre of it all.
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