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Horse Racing Ireland’s National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning

Thursday, 4th April, 2019 2:13pm
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Horse Racing Ireland’s National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning
Horse Racing Ireland’s National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning

Horse Racing Ireland Ownership has teamed up with racehorse trainers across the country to enable racing fans and potential racehorse owners to experience a professional racing yard first-hand. The inaugural Racehorse Trainer Open Morning, which will take place on Saturday May 18th, will see over 30 trainers from 12 counties open their yards to those members of the public who have registered on www.racehorseownership.ie/openmorning in advance of the day.

 

There are two trainers taking part in the National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning within county Tipperary, these include Fozzy Stack and Eamonn O’Connell. Full details for each trainer participating in the open morning can be found on www.racehorseownership.ie/openmorning.

 

The Open Morning will see racing fans gain access to some of Tipperary’s top training yards, a rare occurrence and the first time that such widespread access has been provided. As part of the experience, racing fans will receive a tour of their chosen yard and its facilities, watch the racehorses on the gallop, meet the skilled team that look after the horses 365 days a year and get to ask the trainer any questions they may have about the business of horse racing.

 

Amber Byrne, Owner Development Manager, Horse Racing Ireland, commented: “The National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning initiative not only provides an opportunity for racing fans and potential racehorse owners to gain access to training yards across the country but also to see what is involved in racehorse training and ownership. Places are limited so I would encourage anyone interested in taking part to register today to avoid disappointment.”

 

The National Racehorse Trainer Open Morning is a free event, however, visitors must pre-register to attend. No walk-in visitors will be allowed entry on the morning. To find out more about the open morning and access details, please visit: www.racehorseownership.ie/openmorning

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