Day 2 of the Galway Races Summer Festival 2021

Join us on the second day of the 2021 Galway Races Summer Festival for a fantastic lively evening of great horse racing and a night celebrating iconic throwback tunes! 

With the first horse race off at 4.45pm, it’s the ideal opportunity for you and your work colleagues to organise a well deserved night out this Summer and at the Galway Races you never know what well known sports stars and personalities you’ll bump into!

Racing that evening centres around the COLM QUINN BMW Mile Handicap underpinned by a superb prize pot of €120,000 designed to attract the best handicappers in this division in Ireland. That evening we are also delighted to have the sponsorship support from the Latin Quarter and Caulfield Industrial.


  • 1st race: COLM QUINN BMW Irish EBF Fillies Maiden
  • 2nd race: The Caulfield Industrial Irish EBF Maiden
  • 3rd race: COLM QUINN BMW Irish EBF Corrib Fillies Stakes
  • 4th race: The Handicap
  • 5th race: COLM QUINN BMW Mile Handicap
  • 6th race: The Caulfield Industrial Handicap
  • 7th race: The Latin Quarter Handicap 

Support from our Sponsors

We are delighted to have the support of the following businesses for day two of our Summer Festival:
Colm Quinn BMW, The Latin Quarter, Caulfield Industrial and the European Breeders Fund.

Raceday Programme

Gates Open
First Race
Last Race
Number of races

Admission Prices

Adult Admission*
Senior Citizens
Children 17 & Under (Must be accompanied by Parent or Guardian) ***
Reserved Seat on the Top Floor of Millennium Grandstand:

*Must be aged 18 or over.

** Must be aged 18 or over & hold a valid Student I.D.

***Must be accompanied by Parent or Guardian for admission and for the duration of the raceday.


Prices start from €10 per seat per day. Pre-booking essential due to high demand.

Reserved Seating with exclusive access to the private Corrib Bar with panoramic views of the finish line…(A ‘Top Tip’ from the staff at Galway Races!).

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