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Where is Killarney Racecourse?
Killarney Racecourse is 1.5km south-west of Killarney in County Kerry along Ross Road and close to the N71. It is just over 30km south of Tralee via the N22.
Killarney bus and train station are a 20-minute walk away with Kerry Airport 20 minutes away by car.
What is Killarney Racecourse Famous For?
The first Killarney Races were held in 1822 with the present course inaugurated in 1936. The track is famously picturesque, boasting stunning views of Killarney National Park, Ross Castle, the Lakes of Killarney and the McGillycuddy Reeks mountain range.
Killarney holds 12 fixtures a year across three festivals in May, July and August and is known for its fun family atmosphere. The town itself is one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations.
Track Specifics Killarney Racecourse
Killarney is a left-handed flat sharp nine-furlong (1800m) oval. The first turn is very tight with long straights balancing that out although the home 'straight' is more like a long dog-leg left turn. On the flat, the minimum trip is one mile and half a furlong (1700m). Generally, speed is a far greater asset than stamina.
Biggest Meetings at Killarney Racecourse
The Killarney July Festival now lasts five days running from Monday to Friday. There are mixed cards on the first two evenings followed by an evening flat fixture and an afternoon jumps card with an afternoon flat card, on Ladies Day, bringing the meeting to an end.
The Listed Cairn Rouge Stakes is the flat highlight on the middle day of the July Festival. Over jumps, the Killarney National on the middle day of the May Festival is the feature race with the Grade 3 An Riocht Chase also on the card.
Visit the official Killarney Racecourse website for more information including upcoming race days, on-course features and more!