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Limerick Racecourse St Patricks Weekend Racing 14th and 15th March 2015



Racing will take place at Limerick Racecourse St Patricks weekend on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March. This will be a thrilling few days of National Hunt races at the track and punters can look forward to some competitive racing action. There will be 7 National Hunt races on the card both days with the first race off at 2:25pm each day.

 The feature race on Saturday 14th March is the Book Online here (C&G) Maiden Hurdle of €12,000 which was won by the John Joe Murphy trained Todd in 2014. The Grade 2 Irish Stallion Farms EBF Dawn Run Mares Novice Steeplechase of €47,500 is the feature race on Sunday 15th which was won by Caoimhe’s Delight in 2014. Katie T landed the Grade 3 Kerry Group EBF Shannon Spray Mares Novice Hurdle  in 2014, under Adrian Heskin for trainer Kevin Prendergast last year.

 There is still time to join the new Limerick social racing club for 2015. Members will enjoy18 days of racing, Free admission to a number of Irish race tracks on selected dates, annual members car park pass, Free race card and complimentary tea/coffee voucher per race meeting and many more benefits all for only €100 per person. To book your racing club membership for 2015 please call Limerick Racecourse on 061-320000.

 Conor O’Neill, General Manager of Limerick Racecourse said We are delighted to be racing again this weekend, for the first of our 2015 fixtures, this is a cracking two fixture and I am looking forward to welcoming all members of the new social Limerick racing club. The going ahead of racing is soft to heavy, heavy in places with a settled forecast ahead. Please visit here for further updates 



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