Friday September 25, 2020

Going is good for Ireland’s horseracing industry

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI), the state body charged with running the industry, releases its 2005 annual report this week.

29th July, 2006

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI), the state body charged with running the industry, releases its 2005 annual report this week. The timing could hardly be more opportune.

More than 200,000 punters are expected to throng to Ballybrit racecourse this week for the Galway Races, the biggest event on the Irish sporting calendar.

The feelgood factor permeating Irish racing shows no sign of abating. Both codes are enjoying phenomenal success - Irish-trained horses won all three big races at...

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