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Can we find a more balanced approach to dealing with Covid than just finding someone to blame?
By Anne Marie Duff on 28 August 2020
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Racegoers' contribution to the raceday experience must not be underestimated and their return to the track should be cherished and never taken for granted
By Ryan McElligott on 31 July 2020
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Rory Delargy thinks racing must nurture future fans through racecourse experience
By Rory Delargy on 12 October 2019
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The attendance at the All-Ireland Ladies’ Football Championship final at Croke Park on Sunday proves that it is possible for lofty attendance goals to be set and met
By Donn McClean on 20 September 2019
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The days that play host to the biggest races of the week are struggling to attract the level of attendance that they once did
By Ryan McElligott on 09 August 2019
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Galway attendances, Curragh crowds - how can we correct the downward slide?
By Anne Marie Duff on 09 August 2019
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The half yearly HRI figures that saw an 8.8% increase in total attendance figures but should Galway have done better?
By Anne Marie Duff on 02 August 2019
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The potential to grow attendances doesn’t require hugely elaborate schemes as we have seen this summer at Navan, Fairyhouse and Naas
By Ryan McElligott on 26 July 2019
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Ryan McElligott looks at racecourse attendances and how to improve the numbers
By Ryan McElligott on 01 March 2019
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Ryan McElligott reflects on attendances over the last while and a busy time for Irish racecourses
By Ryan McElligott on 11 January 2019
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Kevin Melia appeals for an open debate on how to revitalise racing and breeding. Ger O'Neill writes on race-planning, Caren Walsh confirms owners support for jockeys, & Terry Mooney praises Norelands
By Irish Field Contributor on 09 November 2018
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Both Gowran and the Curragh successfully reached out into their local communities and attracted a heartening level of attendance
By Ryan McElligott on 15 June 2018
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The Christmas Festival meetings are the perfect time to introduce more people to racing
By Anne Marie Duff on 15 December 2017
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On the back of low attendances for Irish Champions Weekend, a reader asks why breeders don't go through the turnstiles more often
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 September 2017
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Even though the big racing weekend was supported by the industry, public interest was of a lesser scale
By Anne Marie Duff on 15 September 2017
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Niamh McCarthy is from Limerick and a graduate of the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester where her dissertation study focussed on marketing the industry
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 September 2017
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We asked three racecourse managers to react to the online comments given to trainer Michael O'Callaghan on how to get more people to come racing
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 August 2017
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An analysis of the Twitter responses highlighted several factors, with many innovative suggestions put forward
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 August 2017
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Trainer Michael O'Callaghan's Twitter question on how to attract more people to go racing prompted a wide range of replies and suggestions
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 August 2017
Latest statistics from HRI confirm that Ireland is the place for selling horses but the numbers in training here continue to fall
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 July 2015
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