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The 2022 #Racehour Dublin Racing Festival Preview Night

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All about the Dublin Racing Festival 2022

The Dublin Festival is almost upon us and punters are beginning to finalise their selections. Everyone has an opinion as to which horse is going to be first past the post in what promises to be a fabulous festival of racing in the Irish capital.

The 2022 Dublin Festival will open its turnstiles to thousands of racing fanatics who will no doubt have tuned in to several previews in the run-up to the festival that has over 2 million euros in prizemoney up for grabs.

The #racehour podcast team, in association with FansBet and Bookies.com, have put together a superb panel for their Dublin Festival preview night! It was an evening of tips, analysis, fun and entertainment with plenty of fervent debate to enjoy.

The panel consisted of the Racing Post's David Jennings, #Racehour podcast host Dean Ryan, #Racehour creator Diarmuid Nolan, Cheltenham Festival winning jockey Paddy Aspell and #Racehour podcast guests Stephen Cass and David Weldon.

Dublin Racing Festival 2022 Race Schedule

Saturday February 5th

Race Time & Race Name

13.05 -The Nathaniel Lacy & Partners Solicitors ‘€50,000 Cheltenham Bonus for Stable Staff’ Novice Hurdle of €150,000 (Grade 1)

13.35 -The Racing TV ‘€12 per Month This Weekend Only’ Juvenile Hurdle of €125,000 (Grade 1)

14.10 -The Patrick Ward & Company Solicitors Irish Arkle Novice Chase of €150,000 (Grade 1)

14.45 -The Paddy Power Handicap Hurdle of €100,000

15.15 - The Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup of €250,000 (Grade 1)

15.50 - The Paddy Power Handicap Steeplechase of €100,000 (Rated 0-150) (Grade B)

16.25 - The Goffs Future Stars (C & G) I.N.H. Flat Race of €100,000 (Grade 2)

Sunday February 6th

Race Time - Race Name

12.45 - The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Paddy Mullins Mares Handicap Hurdle of €100,000 (Grade B)

13.20 - The Ladbrokes Novice Steeplechase of €150,000 (Grade 1)

13.50 - The Ladbrokes Dublin Steeplechase of €150,000 (Grade 1)

14.25 - The Bulmers Secret Orchard Leopardstown Handicap Steeplechase of €125,000 (Grade A)

15.00 - The Chanelle Pharma Irish Champion Hurdle of €200,000 (Grade 1)

15.35 - The Tattersalls Ireland Novice Hurdle of €150,000 (Grade 1)

16.10 - The Liffey Handicap Hurdle of €125,000 (Extended Handicap Hurdle) (Grade B)

16.40 - The Coolmore N.H. Sires ‘Santiago’ Irish EBF Mares I.N.H. Flat Race of €100,000 (Grade 2)

Where is the Dublin Racing Festival 2022?

Leopardstown racecourse in County Dublin is the true home of Irish Racing in the capital. The formation of the Dublin Racing Festival, which amalgamated key weekends and feature races into one special national hunt racing weekend, has been a huge success. A true test ahead of the Cheltenham Festival with the perfect gap between trial and championship events the prize money on offerthe quality of the horses present is only perhaps dwarfed by Cheltenham itself.

In recent years has produced many a Cheltenham Festival winner in waiting. Leopardstown sells out fast for the Dublin Racing Festival as you would expect with many enjoying the city of Dublin too, just an 8km distance from the track itself.

Where Can I Watch The Dublin Racing Festival 2022?

You can watch all of the action from the Dublin Racing Festival on Racing TV. Selected races will be shown on ITV during their Saturday racing coverage. If you've bet on the races at one of our recommended bookies, you may even be able to watch the Dublin Racing Festival via their bet and watch service.

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#racehour podcast for Bookies.com
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The #racehour podcast is your one stop shop for everything happening in the fervent world of National Hunt horse racing. Released weekly during the jumps season, the show is hosted by Dean Ryan, and #racehour creator Diarmuid Nolan, with a sparkling catalogue of guests including Cheltenham Festival winning jockey Paddy Aspell, Stephen Cass & David Weldon.