Leopardstown Races

Ireland is home to a number of world class horseracing venues and the country has a long and illustrious history in the sport. Situated just 8km from the capital city Dublin, is the district of Leopardstown and the race course which bears the same name.

Free Horse Racing Tips, Click Here! Convenient certainly for those travelling from Dublin the quality of Leopardstown races attracts racegoers from far and wide to a course which is regarded along with the famous Curragh as among the finest horse racing venues in Europe.

Leopardstown races are just a part of the full leisure facilities at the course with shops, a fitness centre and a full 18 hole pay as you play golf course situated at the centre of the track.

There is also a golf school and a 74 bay floodlit driving range. For those who wish to celebrate their good fortune at the races there is a nightclub too, Club 92 which is open Thursday to Sunday nights. The continental style Fillies Cafe Bar provides further opportunities for drinks and dining and has a patio area and outdoor bar, open for summer races.

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Dining and racing complement each other perfectly and for the best raceday dining, tables at the Silken Glider Restaurant can be reserved for the entire day. Situated in the Reserved Enclosure Stand on the second floor, the restaurant offers great race and parade ring views.

A selection of bars are also open during racedays and can host functions and conferences at other times.

Entrance costs range depending on the fixture with concessions available and reductions for booking in advance.

Hospitality options provide the best way for groups to enjoy Leopardstown races whether for a family celebration or corporate gathering. For large groups of between 200 and 1000 people the stunning new glass-fronted pavilion is ideal. Overlooking the finishing straight, the Pavilion is also close to the grandstand, parade ring and all the course facilities.
Leopardstown Races, inside rail

Two private rooms, the Levmoss and Centenary Rooms are additionally available for hosting private parties during raceday.

Leopardstown Races, winner The larger of the two, the Levmoss Room can accommodate 100 to 120 persons and the Centenary room holds 60 to 70. Both can be combined for groups up to 170. Situated on the third floor of the grandstand, the rooms are equipped with CCTV, private bar and tote betting facility. Rooms are hired on a daily basis and included in the hire costs are admission and racecards with the further option of a tipster. Dining and drinks packages are available.

For smaller groups of up to 12 persons for a silver service meal or 24 for a buffet, there is a selection of private suites available. Whether indulging in a full hospitality experience or simply enjoying the social aspects and environment at the complex, the common theme is the fun and thrill of the Leopardstown races.

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