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Aidan O'Brien back to winning ways as Irish racing makes its return

Naas staged the first Irish meeting since the Covid-19 shutdown today.

Finally there will be live sport to watch on Irish TV next month

RTE to show live coverage from next month.

Galway Racing Festival gets go ahead but with significant changes to its programme

HRI announce full Flat programme for June and revised fixture list for July.

From The42 Thermal camera system to be used when horse racing resumes next month Protocols

Thermal camera system to be used when horse racing resumes next month

Horse racing is due to get back underway in Ireland from 8 June.

This year's Fairyhouse and Punchestown Festivals cancelled, National Hunt season closed

Horse Racing Ireland have announced the news after today’s board meeting.

From The42 Irish horse racing to be shut down as Taoiseach bans all sporting events Covid-19

Irish horse racing to be shut down as Taoiseach bans all sporting events

Race meetings have still been taking place behind closed doors, but that will stop after today’s announcement.

From The42 Irish handlers back decision to continue racing behind closed doors Reaction

Irish handlers back decision to continue racing behind closed doors

Paul Nolan was pleased by the HRI call, but has underlined the need to be vigilant.

From The42 Horse racing in Ireland will continue behind closed doors Going Ahead

Horse racing in Ireland will continue behind closed doors

Despite yesterday’s decision to suspend the sport in Britain, HRI officials met by conference call today and opted not to call a temporary halt to it here.

From The42 The nights are getting longer, the mornings colder and nothing invites the winter like racing at Dundalk Column

The nights are getting longer, the mornings colder and nothing invites the winter like racing at Dundalk

Geological and Mianna are worth keeping tabs on as racing returns to Dundalk, writes Johnny Ward.

From TheJournal.ie Minister Michael Creed and Horse Racing Ireland defend 20-year term of CEO Brian Kavanagh €190k

Minister Michael Creed and Horse Racing Ireland defend 20-year term of CEO Brian Kavanagh

Creed has said he consented to a new contract for Brian Kavanagh, who earns €25,000 above government guidelines.

9 Galway bars you need to visit this weekend

Or any week, really.

Day at the Races: Ever dreamt of owning a racehorse? Here's how to do it

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

Your Galway Races Festival Survival Guide

There’s something for everyone out West this summer.

Day at the Races: Have you got what it takes to become a jockey?

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

Day at the Races: A blagger's guide to horse racing lingo

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

Day at the Races: How do jockeys choose their bright colours?

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

Day at the Races: Why do racehorses have such bizarre names?

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how to boss it from head to toe this Ladies' Day Sponsored By HRI

Here's how to boss it from head to toe this Ladies' Day

Your handy guide to dressing to impress – it’s all about the hats.

Day at the Races: Why is Ladies' Day such a big deal?

Your guide to getting the most out of the Races.

From The42 VIDEO: Here's a preview of 'The Irish Road to Cheltenham' Reel Thing This post contains videos

VIDEO: Here's a preview of 'The Irish Road to Cheltenham'

The new RTE show screens at 8.30pm on RTE.

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Saturday Daily Fix

The Daily Fix: Saturday

Catch up on the day’s news – as well as the bits and pieces in between you may have missed…

From The42 Fairyhouse switch meetings Horses

Fairyhouse switch meetings

Remedial work on the inside track continues at track.