Fairyhouse Racecourse is one of Ireland's premier horse racing venues. Situated in the parish of Ratoath in County Meath, on the R155 regional road, 3 km off the N3. It is the home of the Irish Grand National. Like most Irish Courses they hold both Flat and Jump race meetings.
Fairyhouse is a wide, galloping, strangely square right-handed track, a mile and three quarters in extent. There is a steady climb on the side away from the stands before a steady descent in the back straight. The three-furlong home straight is slightly uphill but the track is not a testing one and favours no particular type of horse.
Low drawn runners are definitely favoured over 6 furlong races at Fairyhouse.
Low drawn runners appear to be massively favoured over 7 furlongs at Fairyhouse, which isn't a surprise as they go round a tight round hand turn.
The charts above indicate the percentage of races which were won from each stall number.