Should sufficient declarations be received (20), The Colour Run August 10th Beginners S'chase (Race 382B) may be divided at this meeting.
Trainers are reminded that they must keep all horse in training records up-to-date on the RÁS system as per Rule 148. I.H.R.B. stable inspections are based on the records submitted to Horse Racing Ireland via the RÁS system.
Due to Tipperary on Sunday 22 July now being an all steeplechase card, Trainers are advised that the Limerick meeting on Thursday 26 July has been amended (the original 2 chases from Limerick have been transferred to Tipperary and the Limerick card is now a 6-race hurdle and 1 bumper race card).
CARE is now offering subsidised HGV driving training to all.
Please note that it is now mandatory that any markings submitted to Horse Racing Ireland for naming, duplicate passports or markings updates MUST BE TYPED.
This is a requirement implemented by Weatherbys Ireland at the request of the Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine. If you have any queries or questions on this please contact the Registrations Section on 045 455424.
Trainers are reminded that if your horse becomes a reserve on the racecard, you are now obliged to declare it as either a runner or a non-runner to the dedicated Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board (IHRB) line (045-445645). Declaration must be made at least 90 minutes before the scheduled off-time of the first race in accordance with Rule 194 (iii) (a) or (b).
Data Sharing between HRI & Racing Regulatory Body
Wesley Ward confirms retirement of Lady Aurelia
Dual Royal Ascot winner Lady Aurelia has been retired to the paddocks. Trained by American Wesley Ward, she was a seven-length winner of the Queen Mary in 2016 and returned to Ascot last season to win the King’s Stand by three lengths. She will also be remembered for taking part in a thrilling Nunth
Joseph O’Brien raises York options for Irish Derby winner Latrobe
Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby hero Latrobe is set to make his next appearance in either the Sky Bet Great Voltigeur Stakes or the Juddmonte International at York next month. Trained by Joseph O’Brien and ridden by his brother, Donnacha, the Camelot colt claimed a famous victory in last month’s Curragh
Hazapour teams up with Frankie Dettori once more in Meld Stakes
Hazapour makes his first appearance since finishing fifth in the Investec Derby in the ICON Meld Stakes at Leopardstown. Dermot Weld’s colt emerged as a serious contender for the premier Classic after winning the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial at Leopardstown in May. The son of Shamardal was far from
National Glory sets the standard at Leopardstown
National Glory will be widely expected to open his account in the “Paul Young” Maiden at Leopardstown on Thursday evening. Joseph O’Brien’s colt finished well beaten on his Navan debut in the spring, but has been placed three times at Fairyhouse since and was beaten just a neck on his latest appeara
Philip Fenton returns to the fray with bumper runner at Killarney
Philip Fenton is looking to gradually build his team back up as he returns to training after serving a three-year suspension. Fenton was punished for the possession of anabolic steroids, and Secret Cargo will be the County Tipperary trainer’s first runner back when he makes his racecourse debut in t
Denis Hogan launches dual raid on final-day Killarney feature
The Dawn Milk Run Handicap Hurdle takes top billing at the final stage of Killarney’s July meeting on Thursday. Denis Hogan launches a strong assault on this valuable two-mile-one-furlong event and the Tipperary handler rides Storm Rising himself. The Canford Cliffs gelding bids to add to Limerick g
Bold bid expected from Mary Tudor in Irish Oaks at the Curragh
Willie McCreery feels Mary Tudor will relish the step up in trip for the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday. The Godolphin-owned filly won a Listed race at Navan in April over 10 furlongs on her return to action, but found the drop to a mile against her in a 1,000 Guineas Trial. Back up in
Magners Irish Cider unveiled as new Cheltenham Gold Cup sponsor
Magners Irish Cider has been unveiled as the new exclusive sponsor of the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The four-year agreement between Magners and Jockey Club Racecourses will see the first Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup run on Friday, March 15, 2019. In addition, the agreement, which will run until 2022, will
Ronan Whelan looking forward to prospect of Sea The Lion in Ebor
Ronan Whelan is excited about the possibility of riding Sea The Lion in the Sky Bet Ebor at York next month. Trained by Jarlath Fahey, the seven-year-old has won his last three starts at Leopardstown, Cork and the Curragh. Whelan’s mother, Kathleen, is a part-owner and he admits there have been some
Stratum in contention for JLT Cup at Newbury
Stratum is the sole Irish contender among 29 entries for the first running of the £100,000 JLT Cup over two miles at Newbury on Saturday. The five-year-old joined Willie Mullins from John Gosden’s yard last year and made a successful debut over hurdles at Galway in September. He has since reverted t
Frankie Dettori appeal hearing set for Tuesday morning
Frankie Dettori will have his appeal against the 10-day ban he incurred at Newmarket last week heard at 9.30am on Tuesday. The Italian finished second aboard Angel’s Hideaway in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes, but was suspended after the stewards found him guilty of careless riding. He was adjudged
Aidan O’Brien readies Irish Oaks squad
Aidan O’Brien has given Magic Wand the green light to contest the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday but whether stablemate September with her will not be decided until later in the week. A hugely impressive winner of the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot, Magic Wand looked to have improve
Anglesey plan for Marie’s Diamond
Marie’s Diamond will aim to go one better than on his last trip to Ireland when he runs in the Jebel Ali Racecourse Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday. Mark Johnston’s youngster chased home Van Beethoven in the Railway Stakes three weeks ago. Marie’s Diamond is owned by Middleham Park Racing
Wicklow Brave bids for Killarney prize
Wicklow Brave headlines an intriguing seven-strong field for the Rose Hotel (Q.R) Race at Killarney on Wednesday. Winner of the 2016 Irish St Leger on the Flat and the 2017 Punchestown Champion Hurdle over obstacles, Wicklow Brave appears to hold all the aces in this 14-furlong event, with record-br
Plough Boy seeking to harvest another prize at Fairyhouse
Plough Boy bids to continue a successful year when he lines up for the Toals.com Handicap at Fairyhouse on Wednesday. The seven-year-old already has four victories to his credit in 2018 and trainer Garvan Donnelly is hoping a 6lb rise for his latest success at Bellewstown two weeks ago does not prov
Azzuri claims Killarney honours for Richard O’Brien
Trainer Richard O’Brien has been cutting a dash on the Flat this season and enjoyed a winner over fences when Azzuri ran the opposition ragged in the Grade B Rentokil Initial Handicap Chase at Killarney. Danny Mullins sent the 2-1 favourite clear to win by 10 lengths and bigger pots could be on the
D’bai a possible runner in Minstrel Stakes
Charlie Appleby’s D’bai is one of the star names in contention for the Group Two Friarstown Stud Minstrel Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday. The Godolphin-owned four-year-old finished sixth in the Diamond Jubilee at Ascot on his latest appearance, having previously won a Group Three at Haydock. Aida
Caspian Prince on course for Sapphire defence
Caspian Prince is on course to defend his crown in the Sapphire Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday. The popular sprinter lowered the colours of Group One heroine Marsha 12 months ago when trained by Tony Coyle and was only just touched off by Battle Of Jericho on his latest visit to the headquarters of
Indian Blessing under consideration for Curragh prize
Ed Walker will give Indian Blessing a workout on Wednesday before deciding whether to let her take her chance in the Kilboy Estate Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday. The Newmarket trainer will choose between this Group Two over nine furlongs and the Group One Prix Rothschild over a mile at Deauville a
Ascot next for Bunbury Cup hero Burnt Sugar
A return to Ireland for Irish Champions Weekend is on the cards for Burnt Sugar after a trip to Ascot on Saturday week. Roger Fell’s six-year-old took his career earnings over £250,000 when landing the Bunbury Cup at Newmarket last Saturday. That was his second big pot since joining Fell from Richar
Wed, 18th July 2018
View the latest entries and declarations for upcoming race meetings.
Wednesday, 18th Jul 2018
The going is currently good to firm ...
The going is currently good on the flat ...
Racing tips will be available before 10.30am on racedays
20:40 D.Henggeler (L) (Pro/Am) INH Flat Race
20:25 Cliona Hagan & Her Band H'cap
20:10 Provimilk Calf Milk Replacer H'cap H'dle
Download the latest registrations or view past registrations on our registrations over page.
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
@RacingTrends Hi Tony, the Plate and Hurdle weights will be released on Monday. You can find them on https://t.co/ZxeUkphiiB from 2pm
The ground @curraghrace (Sat & Sun) remains good to firm, firm in places (watering). Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @LeopardstownRC (Thursday) remains good to firm (watering). Dry forecast.
The ground @Fairyhouse is now good to firm. Selective watering continues this morning. Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @BallinrobeRaces (Mon & Tues) is good to firm (watering). Mainly dry forecast with some isolated showers.
The ground @KillarneyRaces (Wed & Thurs) is good on the Flat track (selective watering) & good, good to firm in pla… https://t.co/jwuoKCm3dw
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
The ground @LeopardstownRC (Thursday) remains good to firm. Watering commencing this morning. Remaining dry & fresh… https://t.co/noVo7O7ul5
The ground @Galway_Races is good following 19mm of rain over the weekend.
The ground @Fairyhouse remains good to firm, firm in places (watering). Mainly dry forecast with slight risk of showers.
The ground @tipperaryraces (Sunday) is good, good to firm in places (watering).
The ground @KillarneyRaces (Tues, Wed, Thurs) is good on the Flat track (selective watering) & good, good to firm i… https://t.co/WI9PHaAVmS
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
Please note amended Limerick card on Thursday 26 July (now 6 hurdles & 1 bumper) which closes for entries this Thur… https://t.co/kdAJ8VVGke
2 chases at Limerick 26 July now at Tipp on Sun 22 July to form 6-race all-chase card at Tipp which closes 2moro for entries
The ground @LeopardstownRC (Thursday) is good to firm following 4mm of rain yesterday. Watering will commence tomor… https://t.co/j9EUMlcp3h
The ground @KilbegganRaces (Friday) is good to firm (watering) following 8mm of rain on Saturday night. Forecast ge… https://t.co/Uj0t5JN56e
The ground @curraghrace (Sat & Sun) is good to firm, firm in places (watering) on Straight & Round course. Mainly dry for next few days.
The ground @KillarneyRaces (Mon-Thurs) is good on the Flat track (selective watering) & good, good to firm in place… https://t.co/7D6inJTihl
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
Following further heavy showers this morning the ground on the Flat track at Killarney is now good, good to firm in places.
The Industry Assistance Programme (IAP) offers free, independent, and confidential assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.