# Curragh

This year
Dance saves her best for last to claim Irish Oaks
Aidan O’Brien’s filly looked beaten with a furlong to run.
Paddington wins 2,000 Guineas
More success for Aidan O’Brien in Curragh Classic.
Last year
Charlie Hills' Galeron snatches Goffs Million riches
Charlie Hills’ raider scoops six-figure first-prize.
Kyprios makes class count in Irish St Leger
Earlier on Sunday, Al Riffa came home first in the Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes.
Little Big Bear sensational in Phoenix Stakes as Al Riffa gives Joseph O’Brien a landmark winner
Meanwhile, Go Bears Go got back to winning ways in the Rathasker Stud Phoenix Sprint Stakes.
La Petite Coco claims Group 1 victory in Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh
The Paddy Twomey-trained filly held off My Astra to prevail by half a length under Billy Lee.
Camorra cruises to Curragh win in headline show for a clinical combination
Group Two victory highlights hat-trick for Lyons and Keane team.
Waterville only third on eagerly-awaited debut at the Curragh
Derby talking horse will miss Epsom and be aimed at Royal Ascot.
All time
Concert Hall in tune for Aidan O'Brien with Curragh triumph
Fillies’ Mile target for O’Brien winner.
Bopedro powers home in Irish Cambridgeshire at the Curragh
Big Curragh handicap goes to Conor Hoban-ridden winner, on good night for Jessica Harrington.
Insinuendo claims Curragh honours in Kilboy contest
Meanwhile Order Of Australia won the Romanised Minstrel Stakes.
Snowfall pours it on at the Curragh for Oaks double
Magnificent O’Brien filly strides eight and a half lengths clear of the rest.
Thundering Nights edges out thrilling finish to clinch Pretty Polly Stakes at Curragh
Santa Barbara just missed out in her third Group One of the season.
Beyond Happy breaks duck in fifth career attempt to clinch Apprentice Derby
The feature race at the Curragh went to a Jim Bolger-trained winner for the third time in the last four years.
Appleby looking to Hurricane Lane to secure Derby double at Curragh
The Frankel colt was the best-fancied of three runners for the Moulton Paddocks maestro in the premier Classic at Epsom three weeks ago.
Empress Josephine rules over Joan Of Arc in 1,000 Guineas at Curragh
A pulsating finish resulted in an Aidan O’Brien one-two.
Layfayette produces powerful late run to cap off fine week for Cheltenham-winning trainer
It’s been a brilliant week for Noel Meade.
Search For A Song powers to Irish Leger repeat at the Curragh
Elsewhere, Thunder Moon powered home to win the National Stakes.
Racing at Curragh set to go ahead as planned despite Kildare lockdown
‘We have had confirmation racing can continue behind closed doors’ said HRI CEO Brian Kavanagh.
'I either have to leave the Defence Forces or stay and be homeless with my pregnant wife'
Officers today called for the provision of quarters for married couples or the introduction of a rent allowance to assist them.
'I am overcome' - Racing comes together for Pat Smullen on special day at the Curragh
Tony McCoy, Ruby Walsh, Joseph O’Brien, and Paul Carberry were part of an all-star cast in a charity race in aid of Pat Smullen.
Johnny Ward: Six reasons why this racing weekend will be special
Across Saturday and Sunday, Ireland will host the best in the world at two of the globe’s finest racetracks.
Gosden and Frankie to the fore again in Irish Oaks
The daughter of Sea The Stars was given the perfect front-running ride by Dettori at the Curragh .
33-1 shot Sovereign steals Irish Derby to cause huge shock
The outsider strode to a commanding victory at the Curragh today.
Quarry site in Kildare continues to be used despite High Court order
“Roads are being torn up, and the council is getting no rates from it,” councillor Mark Lynch said.
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Romanised pulls off 25-1 Guineas shock at the Curragh
Favourite Elarqam flopped in the feature race.
Aidan O'Brien's Order of St George storms to victory at the Curragh
The five-year old atoned for defeat in last year’s race.
Awtaad comes up trumps in 2000 Guineas as Air Force Blue disappoints again
Kevin Prendergast had a day to remember at the Curragh as his stable star denied Galileo Gold a Guineas double.
The essential DOs and DON'Ts for every horse racing virgin
Here’s how to have a great day and avoid a faux pas.
Protest planned as ex-soldiers and families face eviction from Curragh Camp
The government has previously said it would be too costly to carry out repairs to the ageing properties.
HSE used military ambulances over 800 times 'to meet additional demand'
Defence Forces ambulances from the Curragh Camp in County Kildare have been called on 274 times so far this year.
Royal Diamond puts Fame and Glory in the shade
The Ebor runner-up was the surprise winner of the Gain Horse Feeds Irish St Leger at the Curragh.
Power play as Aidan O'Brien and son celebrate 2,000 Guineas win at the Curragh
There were also wins for Tiddliwinks, Cay Verde and Nandiga during a glorious days’ racing.
Sofa supporter: the sport on TV this weekend
The Rugby World Cup begins in what is another excellent few days of fantastic sporting action.
Wreckage of WWII Spitfire raised from Donegal bog
An American pilot was aboard the Spitfire when it came down in a Donegal bog. He bailed out from the plane, but it has remained beneath the surface for 70 years.
Defence Forces advance personnel deployed to Lebanon
A team of 90 officials departs Baldonnell for Beirut ahead of the deployment of Irish troops later this month.
Hopes of Queen's visit to Curragh dashed by Palace
Queen Elizabeth is not likely to return to Ireland next month to watch her much-fancied entry in the Irish Derby.