Cheltenham Preview race day closes the National Hunt season at Leopardstown

Cheltenham Preview race day closes the National Hunt season at Leopardstown

THIS Sunday 5 March at Leopardstown Racecourse in Dublin Eire, the Cheltenham Preview Day will mark the penultimate race card of the recent Countrywide Hunt season.

Countrywide Hunt racing at Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin Ireland concludes with Finale Day this Saturday

The TRI Equestrian Nationwide Hunt Finale Day showcases an enjoyable 7-race card, the characteristic race, the Grade B TRI Equestrian Handicap Steeplechase gained previous 12 months by Discordantly less than Robbie Energy for the Irish coach, Jessica Harrington. The day’s racing will usher in the evening’s Cheltenham Preview with Co-Meath dependent coach Gavin Cromwell, jockey Keith Donoghue and AK Bets from 5.40pm GMT at Leopardstown Racecourse.

Racing at Leopardstown Racecourse contains the evening’s Cheltenham Preview

Top Irish jockey Jack Kennedy was in comprehensive voice for Cheltenham hopeful Mighty Potter under Davy Russell skilled by Gordon Elliott, seeing the Dublin Racing Pageant gallop to victory against a industry from trainer Willie Mullin’s stable. Russell had appear out of retirement to earn the race by nine lengths even so it’s stated that Kennedy stays hopeful of taking Mighty Potter out at Cheltenham afterwards this thirty day period for their fifth win jointly.

TRI Equestrian Working day at Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin Eire will mark the penultimate working day of Countrywide Hunt racing

Nationwide Hunt racing at Leopardstown concludes on 6 March with Junior and Seniors day, the afternoon racing a ideal day out for senior and local community teams to show up at. Superior tickets for the National Hunt Finale Day which include the Cheltenham Preview and the Junior and Seniors Day bought individually are obtainable for adults and retired men and women as perfectly as students for €15 on the internet at and €5 for small children ages 13 to 17 when accompanied by and grownup. Young children beneath the age of 12 acquire no cost admission in the business of an adult.

Major jockeys Jack Kennedy (left) and Davy Russell collectively following Russell’s gain on Cheltenham hopeful Mighty Potter

Neighborhood colleges are welcome at Leopardstown Racecourse on Junior and Seniors Day to go to the track and discover much more about the racehorse and racing industry.


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