Roscommon Races

  • Award-winning Irish hat designer Jennifer Wrynne has been announced as the celebrity judge at the SuperValu Ladies Day at Roscommon Racecourse on Monday, July 9.

    From Mohill in County Leitrim, Jennifer launched her first hat collection in 2011 and specialises in creating luxurious hats and headpieces, especially for weddings and ladies days at the races.

    Jennifer won 'Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur' competition in Leitrim winning a €20,000 prize for her business and now runs her very successful millinery and fashion boutique in the Powerscourt Townhouse in Dublin’s city centre.

    Jennifer’s designs are frequently seen at the key Irish racing festivals, Royal Ascot and Cheltenham and her clientele includes Vogue Williams, Pippa O’Connor, Rosanna Davison, Suzanne Jackson, Sile Seoige, Maura Derrane and Claire Byrne.

    Jennifer Wrynne commented: "I’m absolutely thrilled to judge the SuperValu Ladies Day at Roscommon on Monday, July 9, especially as Roscommon is one of my local tracks and I go to their ladies day every year. When I started in millinery, Sile Seoige and Pippa O’Connor wore my hats to judge Roscommon’s Ladies Day and it really boosted my business. I love colour and attention to detail, so I’ll be keeping an eye out for lots of vibrant shades, accessories and of course lots of wonderful hats.”

    For the fourth year in a row, SuperValu stores in Roscommon will sponsor the annual ladies day event which attracts large crowds every year. The winner of the best dressed competition will walk away with a top prize of €1,200, while the nine runners-up will each receive €100. Last years winner was Corinna Hynes, mum of four from Beltra in County Sligo.

    The following SuperValu shops are sponsoring the event:
    Fleming's SuperValu Roscommon
    Smith's SuperValu, Monksland
    Duffy's SuperValu, Ballaghaderreen
    Glancy's SuperValu, Carrick on Shannon
    Keane's SuperValu, Lanesboro
    Cahill's SuperValu, Castlerea

    Michael Finneran, Roscommon Racecourse Manager, commented:“Local sponsorship is key to our success here at Roscommon and we are hugely grateful to the SuperValu stores for their generous sponsorship of our Ladies Day.  This is one of our biggest racing days of the year and we are delighted to welcome Jennifer Wrynne as celebrity judge.” 

    The seven-race flat card goes to post at 5.50pm.

    For further information or to book admission tickets visit

  • In Racing, Roscommon plays host to their first meeting of the year this evening.

    There's a mixed seven race card - where the first goes to post at 5.40pm.

  • Due to a race divide, the first race at Roscommon tomorrow evening will now go ahead at 5.30pm.

    There is also racing at the Roscommon track on Tuesday evening.


    There is racing at Roscommon this evening.

    The first of an eight race card goes to post at 4.45.

  • There is an eight race card at Roscommon this afternoon, with the first underway at 2.05.

  • Action at Roscommon continues this evening with the first of a seven-race card going to post at 6 o’clock.

    The National Hunt card has some fascinating races and Midwest Radio’s tip today comes in the 7 o’clock race Chasing Abbey.

    We had a winner yesterday in our Daily Racing tip with Calling Time romping home at 15/2.

  • There's racing at Roscommon this evening with action getting underway at ten-to-five.

    There's a seven card race with the last going to posts at 7:50.

  • There is racing today at Roscommon, where the first of a seven race card gets underway at 5.50.



  • The Connacht National is today's feature race at Roscommon, where the first on the card goes to post at 5.40.

  • Naas racecourse will stage the return of horse racing on June 8th.

    Horse Racing Ireland have revealed the fixtures for June after a board meeting was held yesterday.

    At the Curragh during the first week of action - the 2000 Guineas go ahead on Friday June 12 and the 1000 Guineas on Saturday June 13.

    The Irish Derby retains its traditional date on Saturday, June 27, as does the Irish Oaks on Saturday, July 18 while National Hunt racing will resume at Limerick on June 22.

    Racing will resume at Roscommon racecourse on Monday June 15th.

    All meetings will take place behind closed doors.

  • There's a seven-race card at Roscommon this evening where the first goes to post at 5.30.

    It's an all jumps card with the last race at 8.40.

  • There is a seven race card at Roscommon this evening with the first getting underway at 4.40pm.

    The going is described as good, yielding in places.

    The National Hunt meeting  behind closed doors is the third fixture at the Roscommon track since Horse Racing returned earlier this month.

  • There's a seven race card at Roscommon this evening where the first goes to post at 6 o'clock.

    Today is Ladies Day and there is also racing at the Roscommon track tomorrow.

  • There's a seven-race card at Roscommon this evening where the first is off at 6.

    The Connacht National is the feature race at Roscommon this evening.