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Where to be for the best views
Premium Level Admission to 3rd floor of the grandstand.
Premium Level tickets grant the ticket holder access to the third (top) floor of the grandstand which comprised of the Owners & Trainers bar. Ticket holders can avail of the best view in the house from the grandstand balcony overlooking the track, whilst there is a Tote facility and toilets on this floor also.
How to find us
Easily accessible via train as Mallow is on the main lines from Dublin to Cork & Limerick to Cork. Complimentary shuttle bus available for all meetings provides multiple collections prior to racing from the station and return drop off back to the station after racing. Exact time published on Cork Racecourse website and social media close to racedays.
35 km north of Cork city. 64 km south of Limerick city. Patrons coming from Cork city or Limerick (N20) go under the railway bridge at the roundabout in Mallow town. Patrons coming from Dublin or Waterford direction (N72 and N73) take the town park bypass to reach the roundabout. The racecourse is on the left out the Killarney road.
Premium Level Admission
Admission, access to the premium level and a racecard
A Delicious 4 course meal on the Premium level floor of the Grand Stand, your racecard and full bar and tote service to your table with a private balcony overlooking the track
This package is for groups of 5 or more and includes Admission, Racecard, A 5 €Bet & A Pint
What to wear
No dress code required.
Cork Racecourse is situated close to the town of Mallow on the main Killarney road. Racing throughout the year, the racecourse is a fine galloping track on the banks of the River Lee and is a venue for top-class National Hunt (jump) and Flat racing. It is home to the Cork Grand National Handicap Chase and the Grade 2 Hilly Way Chase over fences and its major Flat events include the Group 3 Munster Oaks and Group 3 Give Thanks Stakes. It is one of only three racecourses in the country that can boast a straight six furlong course. The annual three-day Easter Festival is the highlight of the racing year at Cork.