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‘Last year we had 1,000 punters a day, but next week we’ll welcome 130,000 fans to the festival’ – Galway Races are good to go

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Michael Moloney, chief executive of Galway Racecourse, is excited for the festival which begins on Monday. Photo: Andrew Downes/Xposure

Michael Moloney, chief executive of Galway Racecourse, is excited for the festival which begins on Monday. Photo: Andrew Downes/Xposure

Michael Moloney, chief executive of Galway Racecourse, is excited for the festival which begins on Monday. Photo: Andrew Downes/Xposure

Ballybrit is back, as the world-famous Galway Races get under starter’s orders on Monday with capacity crowds returning.

This year’s festival has an added sparkle for Galway racing fans after last year’s was limited to just 1,000 spectators a day, while the 2020 festival was entirely behind closed doors.


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