Gates Open: 10:30
First Race: 12:30
Admission Prices: €10
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Track Biography:

The Pigeon Hill Committee and the Carrigtwohill Committee amalgamated in 1958 to form the Pigeon Hill & Carrigtwohill point-to-point Committee.

They have organised a Point-to-Point in the Carrigtwohill area ever since. 2018 is the 60th Anniversary of this race meeting.

Traditionally 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. 
Full details of all our special offers are on the Pigeon Hill and Carrigtwohill Point to Point Facebook Page.

The excellent condition and quality of the Ballyvodock track historically has attracted a large number of entries from owners and trainers from all over Ireland.


Ballyvodock Point-to-Point Races




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Contact Details

John Whelan - 021-4642512

How To Get There

By Road

The course at Ballyvodock is conveniently located between Carrigtwohill and Midleton on the southern side of the N25 Motorway.

It will be signposted from both Midleton and Carrigtwohill.

It is only 20 minutes from the Jack Lynch Tunnel down the N25 Motorway.

By Air

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


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Did You Know?

“Te Pigeon Hill and Carrigtwohill committee have being organising point-to-points since 1958.”.

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The course at Ballyvodock is now in its fourth year and this track has found favour with both owners/ trainers and with the public as it is a big galloping track with a marvellous natural viewing stand. They race for two and a half circuits of the course in an anti-clockwise direction.

Our free parking is located close to the finishing straight which allows race goers to get a close-up of the action from the comfort of their cars if they wish.

We also provide a disability parking area with fence viewing on the home straight.

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

The course will have a tent with soup and sandwiches for sale which are prepared by some of our committee members.

We also have an outside catering vendor which has a variety of catering options for sale from burgers and baps to chips.

Each year we also have an ice cream van in attendance.

Race goers can avail of the wide variety on offer.

There will be teas and coffees available from our hard working volunteers in our catering tent.

We would also recommend sampling some of our home-made soup.  The perfect 'warmer upper' between races.

Whilst our outside caterer will have a range of minerals on offer.

Something to suit all members of the family.

No, we do not have an official dress code we just advise our race goers to wear warm clothing and wellies.
Dogs are very welcome, but need to be kept on a lead at all times.
Yes, we welcome visitors to bring their own picnics as they are an integral part of the point-to-point experience.
At our point-to-point, we have a bouncing castle and face painting in the marquee for our younger race goers.
No we do not provide an ATM so we recommend that you make a stop in the nearby town of Carrigtwohill on your way to the races.

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

To mark the 60th milestone this year’s meeting has been designated as a Family Fun Day with special emphasis on entertaining the young in a safe enclosed children’s play area with a Bouncing Castle and Face Painting in the Marquee and other entertainment while the adults enjoy the races and maybe back a winner with the Bookies.


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