Listowel Races June Bank Holiday Meeting Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd of June 2019.
Listowel Race Company this week officially launched their popular June Bank Holiday Race Meeting which will take place on the scenic course on Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd of June. Top fashion blogger, Helen Quealy Murphy, aka Daily Diva Diary, will judge the Listowel Races Ladies Day on Sunday 2nd of June and with a total cash prize fund of €1,400, it is certainly worth dressing to impress! As always, in addition to top quality National Hunt and Flat racing, the Listowel Racing Committee have organised music after racing each evening.
The Listowel Races Ladies Day is expected to attract large crowds from all over Munster. Judging will commence on course at 1.00pm, and Helen Quealy Murphy will personally walk the course and select 10 finalists. The overall 3 winners will be announced in the parade ring after the 5th race. The Listowel Races Best Dressed Lady will receive a cheque for €800, the first runner up will receive a cheque for €400 and second runner up a cheque for €200.
Brenda Daly, Secretary, Listowel Race Company:
“We are looking forward to commencing the racing season in Listowel with a bumper 2-days of racing. With Ladies Day Competition and Free Children’s Amusements on the Sunday, Big Screen on both days and with great racing, there’s something for everyone this Whit Weekend in Listowel. ”
Admission is only €15 each day / OAP / Students: €10 and children under 12 have free admission to the racecourse, when accompanied by an adult. Generous group discounts also available. The June Meeting is the first of two race meetings at the
scenic Listowel Race Course, with the second 7 day Harvest Racing Festival meeting on from Sunday 8th to Saturday 14th of September 2019.
For more info on Listowel Races contact 068 21144 / 21172 or visit www.listowelraces.ie #listowelraces
At the launch of the upcoming meeting were Ladies Day Judge and top fashion blogger, Helen Quealy Murphy, aka Daily Diva Diary with Chairman John Galvin and Secretary Brenda Daly.
Photo by John Kelliher