FLAT: Roscommon Racecourse is a right-handed oval of nearly one and a quarter miles with a run-in of three and a half furlongs. The turns are sharp but it is essentially a fair track.

NATIONAL HUNT: Roscommon is a right-handed, rectangular track of around a mile and a quarter in extent. The course is generally flat, though the home straight of over three furlongs is more undulating. The turns are sharp and the course favours the handier type of horse. There are five easy fences to a circuit with a run-in of around 200 yards.

ABOUT: Roscommon has been the site of official racing since 1885. Located in County Roscommon, the track is well-known for hosting the €40,000 Grade 3 Kilbegnet Novice Chase every September and the Lenebane Stakes flat race. The venue has seen considerable renovations and upgrades to its facilities over the years, and work continues on new additions today.

Ruby Walsh

A very fair track, Roscommon is a little over a mile on the round. It has two straight sides and two round bends and is a fast track. There’s nothing really tricky about Roscommon; it’s dead level and you don’t get too many hard luck stories.

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