Killavullan Stakes - Spooktacular Family Day - Saturday, 15th October
Creep and crawl to Leopardstown Racecourse this Autumn for a spooky day. There will be lots going on to keep the whole family entertained including exciting horse racing, bouncy castles, face painter, Halloween maze, treasure hunt, and spooky best dressed competition.The GAIN The Advantage Series finale will also take place this weekend. This series aims to recognise all connections of the horse and the finale is sure to be an auspicious occasion.
Flat Season Finale - Saturday 22nd October
October marks the end of Leopardstown’s flat racing season and it is sure to be an exciting day of racing. Come down and cheer on the amateur riders for the final leg of the Corinthian Challenge, a three race series open to amateurs who want to fundraise for Irish Injured Jockeys while enjoying the experience of a lifetime.
The Leopardstown October Handicap of €40,000 (Premier Handicap)
The Corinthian Challange
1888 Restaurant at Leopardstown
If you would like to enjoy more formal dining, then the 1888 restaurant with a three course a la carte menu is the ideal offering for you. With quality, locally sourced food and views overlooking both the finishing straight and the newly renovated parade ring and enclosure this is a unique dining experience not to be missed.
GAIN Equine Nutrition continue their support of the GAIN The Advantage Series for a second year running. The GAIN The Advantage Series intends to recognise all connections of the horse, including the hard-working and dedicated stable staff. The initiative achieved significant success in its inaugural running in 2021 with with Toomevara trainer, Ray Hackett winning the overall trainers award and €5,000 of GAIN Equine Nutrition products. Eight races are held across eight different racetracks and we are delighted to host the finale here on October 15th.
The Irish European Breeders’ Fund has supported horseracing in Ireland since 1983 by enhancing prize money with funds voluntarily contributed by Irish Stallion Farms. The Fund has contributed over €52 million to the sport since 1983 and has a current investment level of around €2.6 million supporting both Flat and National Hunt racing making the Irish EBF the largest sponsor of horseracing in Ireland.
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The SPOOKTACULAR FAMILY DAY returns to @LeopardstownRC on Saturday, 15th Oct🎃
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