Time running out for early booking savings on Leopardstown Christmas Festival and Jingle Bell Brunch prize

THERE are less than three weeks before early booking savings close on four days out at the Leopardstown Christmas Festival closes along with the chance to win tickets to the Jingle Bell Brunch in the comfort of the Leopardstown Pavilion, Dublin Ireland.

Time is running out on the early bird ticket offer to the Leopardstown Christmas Festival Dublin Ireland

Held over four days in December, the exhilarating four days of the Christmas Festival starts on 26 December with an impressive racing programme that guarantees the best in National Hunt racing. Leopardstown’s extensive facilities including a delicious selection of hospitality packages have become a traditional hotspot for post-Christmas get-togethers.

Budding young jockey Jack de Bromhead will be remembered on Day 3 of the Leopardstown Christmas Festival

Racecard highlights include seven Grade 1 races featuring the Paddy Power Steeplechase and Paddy Power Future Champions Hurdle, the Savills Chase and Matheson Hurdle. The Dornan Group has named their Grade 1 race on Day 3 of the Christmas Festival the ‘Jack de Bromhead Christmas Hurdle’ in memory of the young up and coming jockey who tragically lost his life earlier this year in a racing accident, and son of Irish horse training legend Henry de Bromhead.

Enter to win a Jingle Bell Brunch for six, serving on the first day of the Leopardstown Christmas Festival Dublin Ireland

Secure early adult tickets for €30 to the Leopardstown Christmas Festival or €50 for the Christmas Cracker Bundle with free admission for children under 12 years old and €5 from 13 to 17 years old online at https://www.leopardstown.com or Premium Level Access for €80. The offer closes on 28 November.

Book a delicious hospitality package at the Leopardstown Christmas Festival

Enter online at Leopardstown Racecourse to win tickets for a table of six to the Jingle Bell Brunch. The competition closes ono 25 November and the winner will be contacted.

 

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Image credits: Leopardstown Racecourse

 

Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is Pynck.com’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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