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Leopardstown Racecourse has been at the heart of Irish racing since 1888. Leopardstown is Dublin's only racetrack and is home to iconic premium flat racing such as the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes on Longines Irish Champions Weekend as well as top National hunt festivals including the famous Christmas Festival (26-29 Dec) and the Dublin Racing Festival (3-4 February 2018). During the Summer over 45,000 attend the Racing and Music festival - Bulmers Live at Leopardstown on Thursday Evenings. Located only ten kilometres from Dublin's City Centre, set on 226 acres and easily accessible via Luas and M50..Put Leopardstown Racecourse into our Dublin vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Went to an evening meeting here on August 15th. Shocking set up with queues for bar lasting 20 minutes at a time. Bar suddenly closed at 10pm while people were still in queue. If these events are held... more »
Me comentaron que era un evento súper nice donde las personas locales se iban muy arreglados, con vestidos, sombreros, tacones y más. Les recomiendo a las niñas que no se preocupen de cómo van mientra... more »I was told that it was a super nice event where locals were very groomed, with dresses, hats, heels and more. I recommend girls not to worry about how they go as they go comfortably and warmly in cold weather. It is a very great event, something expensive the entrance and it is in their best to eat as there is no good food inside the place, there will be some snacks and fast food but nothing strong. There are buses that take you for free to the event as it is massive. so they dedicate special routes to go to the place to and also back (so that they do not ask for uber which is expensive!!) In general it is very beautiful, cheerful and all the people go euphoric betting on their best horse. It's worth going.
At the first day of champions weekend today. Fabulous day brilliant racing. To be able to see these great horses up close was great. Race Course is fantastic in mint condition. Would recommend to everyone. Personally would love if both days of champions weekend were held here. 😀😀😀😀🏇🏇🏇🏇
Absolutely loved the experience. First time attending an actual race and the atmosphere was electric. The music after the show was great too. A lot of dancing and overall good entertainment. A really good place to check out for a grouping out or even if you just want to go there on your own.
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