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REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8442A
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8442A

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8414A
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8414A

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was Meath Rose Meghan Byrne with ˜George™ the horse Meghan Byrne with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8367
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was Meath Rose Meghan Byrne with ˜George™ the horse Meghan Byrne with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8367

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse Colin Keane with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8352
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse Colin Keane with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8352

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge were from left to right Ruari O™Coileain, Meath Rose Meghan Byrne, trainer Paul Carberry, jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse and Navan Fairyhouse Marketing Manager Kate O™Sullivan Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8340
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge were from left to right Ruari O™Coileain, Meath Rose Meghan Byrne, trainer Paul Carberry, jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse and Navan Fairyhouse Marketing Manager Kate O™Sullivan Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8340

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with trainer Paul Carberry Colin Keane and George with Paul Carberry 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8326
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with trainer Paul Carberry Colin Keane and George with Paul Carberry 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8326

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8315
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8315

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8310
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8310

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8303
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8303

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8265
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8265

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8260
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the Newgrange Monument was Ruari O™Coileain with George the Horse Ruari O™Coileain with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8260

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with Ruari O Coileain Colin Keane and George with Ruari O Coileain 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8246_1
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with Ruari O Coileain Colin Keane and George with Ruari O Coileain 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8246_1

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with Ruari O Coileain Colin Keane and George with Ruari O Coileain 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8232
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse with Ruari O Coileain Colin Keane and George with Ruari O Coileain 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8232

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse Colin Keane with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8207
17.06.2019 
imago images / Inpho Photography

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Launch Of The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend 18 6 2019 EXCITING NEW HORSE RACING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES OVER 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORIC EQUINE CULTURE IN THE ROYAL COUNTY™S ANCIENT BOYNE VALLEY Tuesday 18th June 2019 Ireland™s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, has been created to celebrate County Meath™s lavish and historic relationship with the horse which has been an intricate part of the county™s culture for thousands of years. Evidence of 2,000 year old carbon dated horse bones from the Boyne Valley Iron Age excavations at Newgrange and Tara show the country™s earliest evidence of the domestication of horses for draught work or indeed racing as horse teeth analysed from the site showed evidence of wearing consistent with the usage of a horse ˜bit™ to control the animals which are still in use today on bridles. With horse racing one of Meath™s most popular spectator sports with just over 107,000 people attending race meetings in the county last year and the long history and heritage of the horse there sees Co Meath having the second highest number of horses in training (787) in the country after Kildare who would have battled it out for just over €7.7m in prizemoney last year in the county™s four racecourses. Festivities start in Navan Racecourse on Saturday 13th July with great entertainment off track with live music by well known Irish artist Paddy Casey after racing. There will also be delicious hospitality options on offer with perfect summer food from the region being served. The festival of racing continues the next day in with a special family day at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday 14th July with specific emphasis placed on making the day enjoyable for all the family with great flat racing featuring the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes and ample free entertainment laid on for the kids so the parents. Pictured at the launch of the Boyne Valley Racing Weekend next to the River Boyne at Slane Bridge was jockey Colin Keane on ˜George™ the horse Colin Keane with George 18 6 2019 PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxIRLxFRAxNZL Copyright: x©INPHO MorganxTreacyx EA3I8207

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