Powerstown Park, Clonmel, is one of the South East's most popular racetracks hosting exciting and atmospheric race meetings on a regular basis. Ideally located a mere 2 mins from The Clonmel Park Hotel is the ideal day out for racing enthusiasts visiting the region. Similarly Tipperary Racecourse, at Limerick Junction, is a well-known and much loved course amongst the horse racing set. Located a mere 20 mins drive from Clonmel it is the perfect day out with family and friends in the South East. For more information on Horse Racing in Tipperary check out www.horseracingireland.com
Enjoy 1 Nights Accommodation in the 4* Clonmel Park Hotel, stay and enjoy a full day's racing at Powerstown Park & a delicious 4 course evening meal with a Full Irish Breakfast the next morning, package also includes admission to Clonmel Race Course & race card.
Race Fixtures 2020
Thursday 9th January
Thursday 13th February
Thursday 27th February
Tuesday 24th March
Thursday 9th April- Evening Meet
Thursday 14th May - Evenign Meet
Friday 5th June - Evening Meet
Thursday 3rd September - Evening Meet
Thursday 1st October
Thursday 29th October
Thursday 12th November
Thursday 3rd December
Check out website for upcoming events www.clonmelraces.ie
Live Racing every Friday & Sunday Night Check out www.igb.ie for upcoming events
Those looking for an adrenaline rush should check out Tipperary Raceway, host to the European Championships, this race track is within a 10 minute drive. For more information on upcoming races click here To assist you with your planning the following are some contacts we have put together for you. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact our team directly.
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Friday 14th February, Saturday 15th February & Sunday 16th February 2020
Clonmel is noted in greyhound circles for being the home of the annual National Hare Coursing Meeting in early February. Included in this event is the prestigious Ladies' International Open Meeting and the coursing derby. At this time each year, Clonmel is swollen by a large influx of sports people from Ireland, the UK, and from as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the Middle East.