Bellewstown racecourse, on the Hill of Crockafotha in Co Meath, is beautifully situated in a rural setting with magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the north and the Irish sea to the east. Bellewstown, Co Meath
Clonmel, a very historic, interesting town, lies at the foot of the Comeragh Mountains and is situated in the valley of the broad and beautiful river Suir. To the north east lies Slievenamon. Clonmel Racecourse, Davis Road, Clonmel, Co Tipperary
The racecourse re-opened at Easter 1997, following a 9 million refurbishment backed by the Irish Horseracing Authority, the Irish Government and local private and industry sponsorship. Killarney Road, Mallow, Co Cork
Downpatrick is possibly the friendliest course in Ireland with a strong local following. It has a supporters club, which was formed in the early 70s and has raised substantial sums since its inception. Notably, Downpatrick is one of the four racecourses where all races are sponsored. Ballydugan Road, Downpatrick, Co Down
Dundalk Stadium is Irelands only all-weather race track and Europes only dual purpose horse and greyhound race track. Having undergone a major redevelopment in 2007, the all-weather racecourse was officially opened on 26th August 2007. Racecourse Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth.
Welcome to Fairyhouse, a venue steeped in history, with a tradition of hospitality and a reputation for entertaining combined with a much respected innovative approach. Home to the Powers Gold Label Irish Grand National since 1870. Fairyhouse Racecourse is located just 15 miles from Dublin City Centre.
Regarded by all as Ireland's premier and most colourful racing festival, Galway Races Summer Festival Meeting offers everybody the chance to experience not only a sporting event, but also a unique occasion filled with atmosphere passion and craic. Ballybrit, Galway, Co. Galway.
Horse Sport Ireland has been established following the acceptance by both Ministers of proposals contained in a report prepared by Mr. Michael Dowling, former Secretary General of the Department of Agriculture and Food, which recommended new governance structures.
The HAI is the national body, which coordinates and promotes hunting with hounds. It comprises six constituent and autonomous bodies, which represent and control the six hunting disciplines active in Ireland.