Thursday July 2, 2020

A Curragh masterclass in staying at the races

Rob Hartnett, the founder of Sport for Business, on the redevelopment of the Curragh racecourse

28th May, 2017
Curragh revamp shows how to stay at the races

We live in a world of temporary amusement, fleeting engagement and always moving on to the next thing.

This morning, the promoters of Guns N’ Roses will be dismantling a medium sized town built to cater for fans attending the concert on what is normally a bucolic hillside in Co Meath.

The temporary facilities at Royal Portstewart are going up apace, while those at Malahide Cricket Ground are coming down after a three-match series...

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