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Wexford Racecourse
Wexford Town, Co. Wexford
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On an elevated location in Bettyville, overlooking Wexford Harbour, Wexford Racecourse provides glorious racing annually. Radiating the buzz and excitement of a day at the races at its very best.

Officially the sunniest county in Ireland, Wexford’s racecourse is a wonderful place to visit. Ideally situated overlooking Wexford Harbour, this is a friendly, sociable course, immensely popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. The racing features a mixture of flat, hurdles and national hunt and the atmosphere and excitement on race days has to be felt to be believed. Some of the biggest names in the industry have raced here.

The facilities are first rate, from the main stand where you can toast your good health while getting a bird’s eye view of the action, to sandwich bars and first class restaurants. Wexford Town is only a short distance away and there you’ll be spoilt for choice, with a variety of venues all offering that famous Irish hospitality. So whether you back the star of the show or are pipped at the post, you’ll take many happy memories home from the sunny south east.

Contact details
Bettyville, Newtown Rd, Carricklawn, Wexford, Ireland
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