Find and compare the best Galway Races odds on offer at top Irish betting sites here.
Our odds tables below should save you the time and effort of visiting all of your favourite betting sites individually. You'll find the very best Galway Races odds from all of the best horse racing betting sites listed here.
The bookmakers and new betting sites whose odds we feature are licensed and regulated, so you can bet with confidence. They also offer Galway Races betting offers, which can give your bankroll a boost ahead of the Festival.
Simply click on the current best odds below and you will be taken straight through to the betting site quoting your selected price. Our betting experts always recommend signing up with multiple betting sites prior to the Festival. This will ensure you receive all the best offers, promos and free bets for the Galway races. It also means you can quickly pounce on the best odds for any bet you want to place.
The Galway Hurdle Handicap is the standout race on Ladies Day at the Galway Races Festival. The race boasts an impressive prize fund of €250,000, making it one of the most prestigious races in the Irish horse racing calendar.
The bookmaker with the best Galway Races odds will differ depending on which runner you are betting on. But you can use our Galway Races betting odds comparison tool to find the best available price for the horses you fancy.
Racing punters can watch most of the action from Ballybrit Racecourse live. RTÉ 2 will have live coverage from Monday to Thursday, which can also be accessed through the RTÉ player. TG4 will be televising the action on Friday and Saturday and streaming will be available on the TG4 Player.
Galway Races ticket prices vary by day, starting at €30. Ladies Day tickets are always in demand - they cost €40. Each adult ticket also comes with a €5 free bet, a racecard and a €6 drinks voucher.
Ladies Day is an unmissable occasion for fashion lovers. The much sought-after Galway Hurdle Handicap race is also run on Ladies Day. With its impressive prize fund of €250,000 it's one of the biggest days in the Irish Racing calendar.