Galway Races (2021) Odds, Betting Tips and Previews

Every July, the Galway Racecourse hosts one of the world’s best racing events, which is the Galway Horse Racing Festival. The Race Week will take place from the 26th July until the 1st August 2021. The two most prestigious races are the Galway Plate and the Galway Hurdle. Let’s find out more.

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Galway Plate

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The Galway Plate race, as we mentioned above, is one of the big races of the Galway Racing Festival and the horses that compete in it have to be older than four years old. This race is 2 miles, six furlongs, and 111 yards long and is a race that all the elite horse racing trainers in Ireland want to win. This is a race that horse racing betting fans should keep a close eye on as it can provide valuable clues as to who will do well at the Cheltenham Festival.

Despite the pandemic situation in Ireland last year, the race still took place, but there were no fans allowed. The winner of this race was Early Doors, who is trained by Joseph O'Brien. The former Cheltenham Festival winner fought off Royal Rendezvous, trained by Willie Mullins, to win the race and pick up his first Galway plate race win. Early Doors had odds of 7/1 to win the race, while Royal Rendezvous was the clear favourite with odds of 4/1.

Galway Plate Odds

With a prize fund of around €300,000, this is one of the most lucrative horse races in the world, with first-place getting a very crisp €177,000. While there is clearly plenty of money up for grabs for those who are involved with the horses that are participating in this race, there is also plenty of opportunity for those who like to do a spot of Galway Plate betting.

In order to improve your odds when betting for this race, you just have to be smart and do some research before doing any horse betting. Further on in this review, you will find some very handy tips for this race that can really help out when it comes to landing a winner. However, before we go ahead we are going to provide you with the Galway Plate 2021 odds.

In the table below, you will find the Galway Plate betting odds for all of the participating horses as well as who they have been trained by. It is always helpful to find out who the favourites are for a race as well as who they have been trained by as this could end up being the main difference between you winning your bet and losing it.

Due to the fact that this Festival is not going to take place until the end of July, there are no Galway Plate odds available yet and we do not know which horses will be running in it. We will fill in the table with all the important information closer to the time, so be sure to check back with us.

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Galway Hurdle

The Galway Hurdle is the other prestigious race at the Galway Festival, and it is open to horses that four years or older. It is a handicap race that takes part over a distance of 2 miles and 11 yards. This race attracts some of the best handicappers from the United Kingdom and Ireland, which is not much of a surprise when you consider the fact that the prize pot for this race stands at €300,000. If you are a big horse racing bettor, then you should pay attention to what happens in this race as it can be an indicator as to what is to come in the Cheltenham Festival.

Last years' Hurdle did take place, however with no fans in attendance, and it was won by Aramon, who is trained by the highly successful Willie Mullins. He had odds of 7/1 to win the race, beating more favoured horses such as Buildmeupbuttercup (11/2), Mt Leinster (5/1), Aramax (17/2), and Felix Desjy (4/1f). Heart of Trumps, trained by D McDonogh, had an amazing race and came in second place despite having odds of 40/1.

Galway Hurdle Odds

There is plenty of room for opportunity to those who like to do a spot of betting on the Galway Hurdle. Once again, you just have to take the time to do plenty of research before you go ahead and bet on some runners. Later on, you will find some tips for this race that you should take a look at as they can help you when it comes to choosing a horse from the list of runners, but before you take a look at our tips, you should take a look at the odds to help you for Galway Hurdle betting in 2021.

In the table below, you will be able to find the odds for all the horses that will be participating in this year's event. You will also see who each horse is trained by because, as we mentioned above, it can be very helpful to know who has trained the horse since not all horses are born equally.

Once again, since this Festival is still a few months away, we do not yet know which horses will be competing in this race. When the competitors and their odds are available, we shall update the table below for you, so you can see who the favourites are.

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Galway Races Schedule

The Galway horse races take place over a period of 7 days, and there are plenty of races for you to bet on and try to win some extra money. Below we are going to take a look at each of the 7 days and provide you with the race cards for each day. We recommend that you take a look at these race cards and make a note of the races that you are interested in betting on, so you do not end up missing out.

Day 1 - The Opening Day - Monday 26th of July

This highly anticipated festival kicks off on the 26th of July with the first of the 8 races starting at 16:10 and the last being run at 19.45. Those who are in attendance for Day 1 are in for a special treat as there will be a colourful performance in the parade ring.

Below is the Galway Race card for Day one of this prestigious racing event. The exact time of each race is not yet known, but do not worry as we will update this page closer to the time.

Start TimeRaceDistance
16:10pmThe Claregalwayhotel.ie (C&G) Irish EBF Maiden7f
The Claytonhotelgalways.ie Handicap7f
The Galmont.com & Galwaybayhotel.com Handicap Div 17f
The Galmont.com & Galwaybayhotel.com Handicap Div 27f
The Easyfix Handicap2m 1f
The Connacht Hotel (Q.R.) Handicap2m 179y
The Eventus Handicap1m 4f 84y
19.45pmThe Monami Construction (Q.R.) Maiden1m 4f 84y

Day 2 - Throwback Tuesday - Tueday 27th of July

With the first race starting at 16:45, it is a great opportunity for you and your colleagues to organise a deserved night out, and you never know what sports stars and celebrities you might bump into. The Galway Races Day 2 focuses on the COLM Quinn BMW Mile Handicap, which has a prize pot of €120,000 and attracts some of Ireland's best handicappers. Before you go ahead and start betting on any races, be sure to read plenty of Galway Races tips for Tuesday.

Below you can find the race card for Day 2 of the Galway Festival:

Start TimeRaceDistance
16:45pmCOLM QUINN BMW Irish EBF Fillies Maiden7f
The Caulfield Industrial Irish EBF Maiden7f
COLM QUINN BMW Irish EBF Corrib Fillies Stakes7f
The caulfieldindustrial.com Handicap7f
COLM QUINN BMW Mile Handicap1m 123y
The Caulfield Industrial Handicap1m 123y
19.45pmThe Latin Quarter Handicap2, 110y

Day 3 - Galway Plate Day - Wednesday 28th of July

Racing Galway Wednesday is one of the best days of the Festival as this is the day where the Races for the Galway Plate takes place. Alongside the prestigious Plate, which has been raced at Ballybrit since 1869, there are 7 other races that you can enjoy and place bets on during Day 3 of Galway Races.

Below is the full Race card for Wednesday.

Start TimeRaceDistance
16:45pmThe Play the Tote Jackpot Novice Hurdle2m 110y
The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Handicap Hurdle2m 2f 165y
The Bet with Tote on the Galway Races Maiden Hurdle2m 5f 11y
The Play the Tote Trifecta Handicap Hurdle2m 5f 11y
The Tote Galway Plate2m 6f 111y
The Tote Proud Sponsor of The Galway Races Handicap Steeplechase2m 2f 54y
The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Flat Race2m
19.45pmThe Tote Supporting Irish Racing Since 1930 Flat Race2m 110y

Day 4 - Ladies Day - Thursday 29th of July

Every big horse racing meeting has a Ladies Day, and Thursday is Ladies Day. On this day, you get to enjoy highly entertaining horse races as well as stunning fashion. The horses are not the only winners on this day as there is a competition for the best-dressed women. This is one of the biggest days in the Ireland horse racing calendar as it is also when the Hurdle Handicap is run. There are 7 other races that you can bet on throughout the day, and we recommend that you check out some Galway Races tips for Thursday before you put any money on the line.

Below you can find the Galway Hurdle race card for Day 4:

Start TimeRaceDistance
16:45pmThe Guinness Novice Hurdle2m 4f 156y
The Guinness Open Gate Brewery Beginners Steepechase2m 2f 54y
The Rockshore Novice Steeplechase2m 2f 54y
The Arthur Guinness Handicap Hurdle2m 11y
The Guinness Galway Hurdle Handicap2m
The Guinness Novice Hurdle2m 4f 156y
The Open Gate Pure Brew Handicap Hurdle3m
19.45pmThe Guinness Time Flat Race2m 2f 59y

Day 5 - Friday Night Live - Friday 30th of July

The race Galway Friday is another day that has 8 races for you to follow and bet on. Once again, we recommend that you make use of Galway Races Day 5 tips. The highlight race on this day is the Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Steeplechase, so make sure you do not miss it. The schedules for Friday are from 16.45 until 20.15.

Below is the full Race Card for Friday.

Start TimeRaceDistance
16:45pmThe Adare Manor Opportunity Handicap Hurdle2m 50y
The James's Gate Maiden Hurdle2m 150y
The Guinness Beginners Steeplechase2m 2f 54y
The Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Steeplechase2m 6f 111y
The Arthur Guiness SteeplechaseN/A
The Guinness Handicap Hurdle2m 11y
The Guinness Galway Tribes Handicap Hurdle2m 150y
19.45pmThe Rockshore Light (Pro-am) Flat Race2m 150y

Day 6 - The Weekender - Saturday 31st of July 2021

The 6th and penultimate day of this fascinating festival has another seven flat races for you to enjoy, with the first one starting at 14.15 and the final one being raced at 17.15. The big race of the sixth day is the Galway Shopping Centre Handicap, so this is the one you might want to keep an eye on if you are into your horse racing betting.

In the race card below you can find the Saturdays' race times.

Start TimeRaceDistance
14:35pmThe Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden5f 164y
The MansionBet Maiden1m 3f
The O'Leary Insurances Handicap1m 73y
The MansionBet Handicap1m 75y
The Foran Equine Irish EBF Auction Maiden6f
The Galway Shopping Centre Handicap1m 3f 180y
17.45pmThe McDonogh Capital Investments Handicap1m 3f 180y

Day 7 - Mad Hatters Day - Sunday 1st of August

The final day of this great horse racing meeting is known as Mad Hatters Day and there are a final seven races for you to enjoy. The feature race for Day 4 is The Irish Stallions Farms EBF Ahonoora Handicap that is run over 7 furlongs. The theme of the day is fun and colour, and children will be allowed in for free. There is plenty of entertainment for youngsters such as discos, bouncy castles, slides, and face paint.

Below you can find the race card for the final day of this festival.

Start TimeRaceDistance
14:45pmThe Kenny Galway Handicap1m 73y
The Lord Hemphill Memorial Irish EBF Median Auction Maiden7f
The Ardilaun Hotel Handicap7f
The Irish Stallion Farms EBF "Ahonoora" Handicap7f
The Irish EBF Fillies Maiden1m
The JPK Fencing Race1m 5f 186y
17.45pmThe FR. Breen Memorial Handicap1m 5f 186y
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Galway Betting Odds

We have already mentioned the two major races of this festival - the Galway Plate and the Galway Hurdle - but there are some other noticeable races that are worth betting on for some of the other days. These are:

  • The COLM Quinn BMW Mile Handicap (Day 2)
  • The Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Steeplechase (Day 5)
  • The Galway Shopping Centre Handicap (Day 6)
  • The Irish Stallions Farms EBF Ahonoora Handicap (Day 7)

Below you can find tables for all four of these races that show the Galway Races odds. We will update the betting odds Galway races as soon as the online bookmakers make them available to us.

The COLM Quinn BMW Mile Handicap (Day 2)

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The Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Steeplechase (Day 5)

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The Galway Shopping Centre Handicap (Day 6)

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The Irish Stallions Farms EBF Ahonoora Handicap (Day 7)

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Galway Tips

When you are doing some Galway races betting, you can dive right in and bet on whatever horse you like without doing any homework, but if you do this then you will end up losing more money than you will win. Okay, we admit there is still a chance that you win, but it will solely because of luck and luck is something that does not last forever. Below we shall give you some betting tips on Galway Races that you would do well to keep in mind if you are thinking about betting on some horses at this festival.

We are not forcing you to pay attention to these tips for Galway Races today, but you would definitely be wise to do so.

Trainers Are Very Important

Those of you who are novices in the horse racing betting world will probably not pay much attention to who has trained the horse you are thinking of placing a bet on, but this is an error.

For instance, when it comes to previous results, Gordon Elliott has been the most successful trainer over the last five years, having won the Plate on three occasions. This is a clear sign that he knows what he is doing when it comes to training horses, so if you are looking at a race and see that Elliott has a horse competing in it, you would not be doing yourself any harm by putting your money on it.

Another trainer that has done really well at this festival over the years is Willie Mullins, who has won the Hurdle three times out of the last 5 occasions. Henry de Bromhead, Joseph O'Brien, and Tony Martin are some other trainers that you should always keep in mind when looking at a horse to bet on.

Do Not Forget about the Jockeys

When it comes down to successful horses, the jockey is very important as well. There has been a lot of debate over the years about who is more important - the jockey or the trainer - but there can be no doubt that the jockey is vital. If the best horse in a race has a poor jockey on their back, then they will probably not win the race. Therefore, when looking for some horses to put your money on, you need to have a look at who their jockey will be and see how successful that jockey has been at that event over the last few years.

Successful jockeys at this Festival over the last handful of years include the likes of Mark Walsh, Patrick Mullins, and Robbie Power. Backing a horse with one of these as their jockeys would not be one of the more foolish things you have done in your life, that is for certain.

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Always Do Your Research

Yes, we know we keep mentioning doing your research, but we are not telling you to do so for the sake of it. The fact of the matter is that you will not win as often as you want if you do not do your research and simply rely on luck to see you by.

Before you go and put your hard-earned money on a horse, you should check out their recent form, the recent form of the jockey, who their trainer is, whether the horse has any niggles going into the race, and so on. Basically, any extra information that you can find could be the difference between being a successful horse racing bettor or a non-successful one. We will be providing you with accurate previews as we come closer to the festival's date.

Galway Plate Tips

You can also improve your chances of being successful by analysing the recent trends of a race. Below we are going to take a look at the recent trends. You should keep these in mind should you decide to go ahead and bet on this race.

  • Out of the previous 17 winners, 16 of them have been 9 years old or younger. A total of 8 of them were 7.
  • From the last 17 victors, 13 of them have been bred and trained in Ireland.
  • In the last 17 races, 11 of the winners had finished in the top four in their last race, while 4 of them had won their last race.
  • In the previous 17 Galway Plate races, 7 of them had run a race in the previous 5 weeks.
  • In the last 17 races, 15 of the champions had won at least one 2m 4f race before.

Galway Hurdle Tips

Below you will find the recent trends for the Galway Hurdle and, once again, you would do well to keep these firmly in mind when the festival comes around and you are thinking about placing a bet on the Galway Hurdle.

  • From the last 17 Hurdle races, all the winners have won a 2m hurdle race at least one.
  • Out of the last 17 races, 16 of the winners have been Irish-bred horses.
  • From the previous 17 races, 15 of the victors finished top 3 in their previous race.
  • Out of the last 17 winners, 14 of them were aged between 5 and 7.
  • From the last 17 victors, 11 of them started the race with odds of 7/1 or lower.

Free Bets

Now that we have provided you with tips for Galway Races betting for today, which will certainly help when betting on the Galway Festival, we are going to concentrate on free bet offers. Nowadays, bookies are compelled to offer free bets in order to try and get new customers in through their virtual doors. Bookmakers in Ireland do not create free bets equally, so we have provided you with a table that showcases the bookmakers that we feel have the best free bets on offer at this moment in time.

You can use these free bets on whatever sports event you want, but if you sign up with one of them when the festival is on, we suggest that you use the free bet money to bet on some of those races.

Galway Races Free Bets Offers
Bet365€50 worth of bet credits Claim Now
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BetVictorMake a €10 bet and get free bet bonuses that are worth €30Claim Now
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N.B. Bonuses have to change constantly since bookmakers have to find innovative ways that they can stay ahead of their main competitors. Therefore, there is a possibility that the bonuses we have mentioned in the table above do not quite match what you will find on their website. This is obviously something that we cannot control, but we always try to update our pages as often as possible. Anyway, even if you notice the bonuses are different, we are sure that the new bonuses will be just as good (or better) than those you have just read about in the table.

Previews

Below you can find Galway races preview that might come in handy when you are betting on the Galway Festival.

Gordon Elliott is Searching for More Wins

There is one man that has seen plenty of success in recent years, and that is Gordon Elliott. A horse that he has trained has been victorious in three of the last five Galway Plates. He has hundreds of wins throughout his career, and we expect that he will have a number of horses running across the seven days, giving him plenty of chances to add to his successes.

Willie Mullins Will Resume His Rivalry with Elliott

Willie Mullins is another trainer that has had a lot of success as a trainer, and over the years he has become rivals with Elliott. Both of them will have a number of horses running at the Galway Festival, and they will battle it out once again to be crowned the Top Trainer at the Galway Races.

Attendance is Uncertain

Due to the current pandemic issue, we do not yet know whether attendance will be allowed at the Galway Festival this year. While it will be sad for all those involved and horse racing fans across Ireland and Britain if no fans are allowed, there are still a number of ways that you can follow the races from the comfort of your own home.

Freeview: Since this one of the biggest horse racing meetings in the calendar, the races should be available to watch on one of the main Freeview channels such as ITV or Channel 4. Check closer to the time to see who will be showing the action and the time that it will start.

Racing TV: When it comes to racing channels in Ireland and Britain, Racing TV is the best one available as it shows horse races from 35 British tracks and 26 Irish ones. Every year they broadcast more than 8,000 races to horse racing fans, with many races only being available on their channel. If you live in the UK, you can watch it if you have a subscription with Virgin or Sky, while those in Ireland with a subscription to Virgin, Vodafone, or Sky can watch it.

Bookies: Making bets on horse racing events have become so popular that sportsbooks know that it is vital that they have live streams for a plethora of horse racing events. The best bookies will show the big races from the Festival.

A Look Back at the Previous Year

Despite the pandemic, the 2020 Races went ahead with no fans in attendance. The Galway Plate was won by Early Doors, who is trained by Gordon Elliott, while the Galway Hurdle was won by Amaron, who is trained by Willie Mullins. Below you can find a table with the final results for both of these prestigious races from 2020.

Galway Plate 2020:

Horses in Finishing OrderJockeyTrainerOdds
Early DoorsM P WalshJ P O'Brien7/1
Royal RendezvousP TownendW Mullins4/1f
Cabaret QueenD E MullinsW Mullins33/1
The West's AwakeP EnrightE J O'Grady66/1
Snugsborough BennyD F O'ReganL Cusack22/1
LivelovelaughD J MullinsW Mullins16/1
BlazerJ McGarveyW Mullins18/1
Cap YorkE WalshN Meade40/1
Winter EscapeA HowardS D Torrens25/1
Robin Des ForetM P FogartyW Mullins20/1
Easy GameMr P W MullinsW Mullins11/2
DinonsB J CooperG Elliott50/1
Us and ThemJ P O'BrienJ Slevin22/1
Sub LietenantH MorganH de Bromhead33/1
Three MusketeersC McNamaraG Elliott14/1

Galway Hurdle 2020:

Horses in Finishing OrderJockeyTrainerOdds
AramonMr P W MullinsW Mullins7/1
Hearts Are TrumpsD McDonoghJ McGarvey40/1f
Petit MouchoirH MorganH de Bromhead25/1
Hunters CallD F O'ReganO Murphy12/1
BuildmeupbuttercupP TownendW Mullins11/2
MT LeinsterB J CooperW Mullins5/1
Tudor CityS F O'KeefeA J Martin22/1
Tiger Tap TapC McNamaraW Mullins50/1
ShanningD E MullinsW Mullins14/1
Pakens RockO BrownB Murphy50/1
Fair MountainJ SlevinD Skelton66/1
ZoffaleeD J O'KeefeA McNamara50/1
Charlie ParcsS D TorrensA Howard20/1
HannonC MaxwellJ C McConnell80/1
AramaxM P WalshG Elliott17/2
Wonder LaishR PowerC Byrnes7/1

FAQ

When Are the Galway Races?

The 2021 Galway Races will take place from the 26th of July until the 1st of August.

At What Time do the Galway Races Start?

As can be seen from the schedule above, the race times vary depending on the day. For example, on the first day the first race is at 16.10. On the second, third, fourth, and fifth days that races start at 16.45. On the second last day the races start at 14.35, while the final day races start at 14.45. We do not yet know the time of the two big races - Galway Plate and Galway Hurdle.

Who will win the Galway Plate?

At this moment in time, we could not tell you who will win the Galway Plate as we do not yet know which horses will be participating.

Who will win the Galway Hurdle?

Once again, we cannot tell you who will win this race as we do not know the horses that will be competing in it.

How to get to the Galway Races?

The Galway Racecourse is located off the M6 motorway and is easy to get to from Cork, Dublin, Limerick or most other locations around the country.

Where can I watch the Galway Races?

The Galway Races should be aired on Freeview, Racing TV, and with the bookmaker that you have an account with.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for the Galway Races?

There are plenty of bookies that have the best odds for the Galway Races, but some of the best ones are William Hill, Ladbrokes, Betiton, and BetVictor.

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