FLAT: Ballinrobe is a right-handed oval track of about a mile, with a run-in of not much more than a furlong. While the back straight is uphill, the closing stages are downhill, and speedy types are favoured. Six-furlong races are run around a sharp turn and a low draw is generally an advantage.

NATIONAL HUNT: Ballinrobe is a right-handed oval track with a circuit of around nine furlongs. Although the back straight is uphill, the last two and a half furlongs are downhill, and this is not a course for a staying type. There are six fences to a circuit, three in the back straight and the last one just after the turn into the short finishing straight. The run-in is around one furlong.

ABOUT: Ballinrobe Racecourse has been used as a horse racing venue since the 1920s, although the popularity of the area for race meetings goes back a further hundred years. The Ballinrobe course sits some 2km north of the town itself, and has the distinction of being the only racetrack in County Mayo.

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