Following the cancellation of the Sligo meeting which was scheduled for Tuesday 20th June, Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has announced that a replacement Flat meeting will now be held at Naas on the same day, Tuesday 20th June (Evening).
This meeting will close for entries by 12 noon on Thursday 15th June with declarations to run to be made by 10am on Monday 19th June and the programme of races will be published in next week’s Irish Racing Calendar (dated Thursday 25th May).
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 Turf Club 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).
There is a two-week post-sale allowance for trainers to qualify Plus 10 horses bought at breeze-up sales.
This allowance provides for the new trainer (owner) of a horse to pay the final Plus 10 registration fee to qualify their purchase to win a €12,500 bonus should their horse go on to win a Plus 10 race.
The presence of a Plus 10 logo on a horse’s pedigree page in a breeze-up catalogue will indicate that the horse is entered into Plus 10.
To confirm if the final fee can be paid –
• Search the horse’s details on the ‘Eligible Horses’ page of the Plus 10 website
• Telephone +44 (0) 20 7152 0026
• Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Foran Equine Irish EBF Auction Series for 2yos will comprise of 21 races across 15 racecourses with a total prize-fund of €573,000. The final at Naas Racecourse in October is worth €120,000. Each of the 20 qualifying races will have a minimum prize-fund of €20,000. All horses bought at public auction for €72,000 or less can enter.
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Wed, 24th May 2017
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Wednesday, 24th May 2017
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The ground at Leopardstown is now good to firm (watering). Forecast dry and bright over the coming days.
The ground at Down Royal is now good, good to firm in places. Watering continues.
Curragh now good (Straight) and good, good to firm in places (Round). Selective watering Round. Dry today, tomorrow, showers thereafter.
Tipperary good to firm (Flat) and good (NH). Watering both tracks to maintain. Dry forecast.
The ground at Ballinrobe is currently good, good to firm in places. Watering commences on Thursday. Will monitor forecast thereafter.
The ground at Wexford remains good. Selective watering this morning to maintain. Dry forecast.
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The ground at Tipperary is now good (NH) and good to firm (Flat). Watering both tracks to maintain. Dry forecast.
The ground at the Curragh remains good (Round) and good, good to yielding in places (Straight). Dry over the coming days.
Wexford good. Watering continues to maintain. Dry forecast.
The ground at Gowran Park is now yielding, yielding to soft in places. Generally dry forecast today.
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The ground at Wexford is now good, good to firm in places. Watering will continue as required up to Wednesday morning.
The ground at the Curragh is currently good (Round) and good, good to yielding in places (Straight). Forecast dry week ahead.
The ground at Down Royal is currently good to firm (watering). Forecast remaining dry for the rest of the week.
The ground at Leopardstown is currently good, good to firm in places. Forecast remaining dry for the rest of the week.
The ground at Punchestown remains good (selective watering to maintain). Forecast dry and mild today.
Gowran Park soft, yielding to soft in places. Forecast mainly dry today and tomorrow.
The ground at Tipperary is now good to firm (Flat) and good, good to yielding in places (NH).
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The ground at Naas is now good to yielding, yielding in places following 3mm rain overnight. Forecast generally dry and bright day.
Punchestown good. Forecast showers today, milder tomorrow with scattered showers clearing through the day.
The ground at Limerick remains good (2mm rain in the past 24 hours). Track watered yesterday. Mainly dry forecast.
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