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Everything You Want to Know About Tipperary
Tipperary has been staging horse racing since 1916, at a tiny village called Limerick Junction which is just 3km outside of Tipperary. The course was actually called Limerick Junction Racecourse up until 1986, when it changed its name to Tipperary Racecourse. The course only stages meetings between April and October, but these are a mix of flat racing and national hunt meetings.
All the courses are oval-shaped and their naturally flat contours put an emphasis on speed. There is also a 5-furlong straight course that joins the main course, and the Tipperary Stakes is one of Tipperary’s biggest races run over on it.
The highlight of the fixtures at Tipperary is October’s Super Sunday Meeting. It features jumps and flat racing, with the highlights being the Group 3 Concorde Stakes and the Grade 2 Tipperary Hurdle.
Tipperary is also the closest racecourse to Aidan O’Brien’s Ballydoyle Stable, so it’s not surprising that he’s run high-class horses such as Dylan Thomas and High Chaparral at the track.
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