This week at Curraheen Park

19th December 2013
By TheCork.ie Sports Reporter
news@TheCork.ie

This week’s racing kicks off today with The Cork GOBA Thursday Night Special with €300 for the winner. We also have the first round heats of The Droopys Stud S3-S4 Stake with €500 and a trophy for the winner on the night of the final.

Friday night sees two first round heats of The Cork GOBA Guys & Dolls A4 525 Stake with €600 and a trophy for the winner. The first round heats of The Cork GOBA Christmas Party Night A2 575 Stake are also on Friday night. The winner of this stake will receive €600 and a trophy on the night of the final. Two first round heats of The Cork GOBA Christmas Party Night A5 525 Stake takes place on Friday night with €500 and a trophy for the winner on the night of the final.

This week’s racing kicks off tonight with The Cork GOBA Thursday Night Special with €300 for the winner. We also have the first round heats of The Droopys Stud S3-S4 Stake with €500 and a trophy for the winner on the night of the final.

Friday night sees two first round heats of The Cork GOBA Guys & Dolls A4 525 Stake with €600 and a trophy for the winner. The first round heats of The Cork GOBA Christmas Party Night A2 575 Stake are also on Friday night. The winner of this stake will receive €600 and a trophy on the night of the final. Two first round heats of The Cork GOBA Christmas Party Night A5 525 Stake takes place on Friday night with €500 and a trophy for the winner on the night of the final.

Saturday 21st hosts the final of The ISM-D School Of Motoring Open 575 Stake with €2,000 for the winner. The one to watch for here is Gavins Legacy owned by Thomas Roche from Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. Next up is the final of The Greyhound & Petworld A4 Stake where the winner will take home €900 and a trophy. The likely favourite here is Skeough Town owned by John O’Callaghan from Bandon, Co. Cork. Next on the card is the final of The Odds On Puppy Food N2-N3 Unraced Stake. The winner of this stake will receive €750 and a trophy on the night. The likely favourite here is Conna Duchess owned by Matt Noonan, Conna, Co. Cork. We also have the semi-finals of The Two Wheel Training A1 525 Stake where the winner will take home €1,650 and a trophy on the night. The ones to watch for are De Real McCoy owned by Michael Dunne, Portlaoise and Ballycowen Hawk owned by Dean Harpur, Cobh, Co. Cork and trained by Denis Fitzgearald. The last final is the Bartlemy Road Ltd A3 525 Stake with €1,500 and a trophy for the winner. The ones to watch for here are Droopys Champ owned by John Linehan, Blarney, Co. Cork and Crossfield Lois owned by Brendan O’Shea, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Along with the above stakes, we have two first round heats of The Curraheen Park Bookmakers A2 525 Stake with €600 and a trophy for the winner of the final. We also have The Curraheen Park Bookmakers Getting Out Stake with €400 to the winner. A great night of racing to look forward to here at Curraheen Park.

Doors open at 6.45pm and the first race at 7.50pm. hosts the final of The ISM-D School Of Motoring Open 575 Stake with €2,000 for the winner. The one to watch for here is Gavins Legacy owned by Thomas Roche from Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. Next up is the final of The Greyhound & Petworld A4 Stake where the winner will take home €900 and a trophy. The likely favourite here is Skeough Town owned by John O’Callaghan from Bandon, Co. Cork. Next on the card is the final of The Odds On Puppy Food N2-N3 Unraced Stake. The winner of this stake will receive €750 and a trophy on the night. The likely favourite here is Conna Duchess owned by Matt Noonan, Conna, Co. Cork. We also have the semi-finals of The Two Wheel Training A1 525 Stake where the winner will take home €1,650 and a trophy on the night. The ones to watch for are De Real McCoy owned by Michael Dunne, Portlaoise and Ballycowen Hawk owned by Dean Harpur, Cobh, Co. Cork and trained by Denis Fitzgearald. The last final is the Bartlemy Road Ltd A3 525 Stake with €1,500 and a trophy for the winner. The ones to watch for here are Droopys Champ owned by John Linehan, Blarney, Co. Cork and Crossfield Lois owned by Brendan O’Shea, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Along with the above stakes, we have two first round heats of The Curraheen Park Bookmakers A2 525 Stake with €600 and a trophy for the winner of the final. We also have The Curraheen Park Bookmakers Getting Out Stake with €400 to the winner.

Doors open at 6.45pm and the first race at 7.50pm.

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