Monday December 9, 2019

Bar One Racing’s tax arrears will finally be paid off this year, says top bookie O’Hare

The most recent set of accounts for Bar One Racing, the company controlled by O’Hare, notes that it struck “a substantial tax arrears agreement with the Revenue Commissioners”

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer


Ian Guider

Markets Editor

17th November, 2019

Barney O’Hare, one of Ireland’s top bookies, has said that his company’s tax arrears will be finally paid off this year.

The O’Hares are a well-known family in the Irish horse-racing industry. Barney is well known in racing circles as a gambler, bookie and trainer, and he owns Bar One along with Tracey O’Hare. His son, Michael O’Hare, is also a trainer.


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