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Weekend Outlook | 10th & 11th November

Weekend Outlook | 10th & 11th November

East Antrim (H) at Loughanmore on 10 Nov 2018

First Race: 12:00

Number of Entries: 105

Admission: €10

The northern season continues this weekend, with Loughanmore hosting the first of its four race days that will take place this season.

Beth Armstrong, hunt secretary for the East Antrim’s, informed us on Thursday: ‘Preparations are going fine, everything is on track and the Turf Club inspection is this afternoon. The ground is lovely, we have got plenty of rain.

There is more rain forecast for tomorrow, but Saturday is to be fine. There will be the usual food and beverage outlets.’


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Tipperary (F) at Lisronagh on 10 Nov 2018

First Race: 12:00

Number of Entries: 92

Admission: €10

Lisronagh is one of two fixtures taking place this Saturday and with a dog show running alongside racing, it should prove to be a great day out.

‘Everything looks good for Saturday, we are using the outside track and the ground has been spiked. We are due more rain tomorrow so we are hoping for safe ground.

There is a a dog show planned for 2pm. We will have a tea tent, a chip van and the Shergar Café will be on hand to provide refreshments,’
commented hunt secretary Caroline Ryan.

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Duhallow (F) at Dromahane on 11 Nov 2018

First Race: 12:00

Number of Entries:  87

Admission: €8

Dromahane kicks off the Southern season this Sunday, at what is the first of five fixtures held at the track this season.

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Wexford (F) at Ballinaboola on 11 Nov 2018 Y35 D968

First Race: 12:00

Number of Entries: 104

Admission: €10

Ballinaboola is the first meeting of the year in Wexford and with a healthy entry it should be a good days racing.

Hunt secretary Brigid O'Gorman commented on how things were coming along for the weekend: ‘Preparations are going well, there is plenty of work going on over at the track, the fences arrived yesterday. There has been a lot of rain this week, but the track needed it, as it is dry land.

We will have a chip van on the day, along with our own refreshment tent. The catering committee will have a variety of fair on offer, with donations going to a local charity.’

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