Gates Open: 10:30
First Race: 12:30
Admission Prices: €10
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Aghabullogue has been in operation since 1988.  The course is situated just outside Aghabullogue village.  Many people park in the village and walk down to the course.

The point-to-point is run over John Murphy’s land who is also our chairman and has been from day one. The course itself is a real test of stamina and it is a great viewing track for spectators.

Over the years many top racehorses have won at Aghabullogue including Cheltenham Foxhunters winner Whyso Mayo who has won three times here at Aghabullogue, Lovely Citizen who also won the Cheltenham Foxhunters and Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Imperial Call who was also trained on the land.



Aghabullogue Point-to-Point Races


Co. Cork

P12 F583

Contact Details

Michael Twomey - 087-2784637

How To Get There

By Road

From N22 between Cork & Macroom-Approx 24km Take R619 towards Mallow.
From N20 at Mallow take R619 towards Farnanes for approx 25km.
Aghabullogue will then be signposted.

By Air

Our point-to-point is located thirty five minutes from Cork airport.


P12 F583

Did You Know?

“Aghabullogue point-to-point has produced many top class horses in the past including the likes of Arctic Times, Glenduff Bridge and Whyso Mayo.”.

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Our venue offers spectators brilliant viewing facilities, with all parts of the track visible from all parts of the field.

We have terrific parking facilities for the disabled where they can park within the field and get a great view point of the track.

We have plenty of parking spaces, with a 12 acre stubble field across the road and ample parking in the Church and School car park in the village.

We also have shelter in our marquee in case the weather takes a turn where we have an endless supply of tea, coffee, soup and sandwiches.

In our bookmakers ring you can view and bet on any off-course races on the day in both England and Ireland.

The Local Parents Association from the National School do the catering on the day, they have freshly made sandwiches, soup, teas and coffee.  All the proceeds go straight to the local National School.

We also have a Hot Food Caterers in the field for those interested in burgers and chips.

Race goers can purchase an endless supply of Tea, Coffee and Hot Soup.

Refreshments will also be available from our Hot Caterer on site.

We don?t have a dress code but do recommend wellies and a warm coat as it is January after all!
Absolutely bring them along, the more the merrier!
Yes, all visitors are welcome to bring their own picnics.
At our point-to-point, we are lucky to have wide open spaces for children to play in a safe environment.
No we do not provide an ATM so we recommend that you make a stop in the nearby town of Macroom which is 8 miles from the track.

Traditionally our race day has been an occasion when the people of the parish came out in large numbers to enjoy a day of fun and activity.

We are located just over half an hour drive from Cork city and Cork airport which makes it extremely accessible for visitors to combine a city break with a day out in the countryside.

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