Adrian Keatley Racing is based in Rossmore Stables on the edge of the Curragh, one of the most fabled locations in the international racing world. Situated among 1500 acres of Irish countryside, the Curragh training grounds boasts world class facilities with 70 miles of grass gallops and 12 miles of peat gallops. The famous Old Vic gallop is among eight all-weather tracks which include two fibresand gallops, one polytrack and five gallops made from woodchip. There is also a two furlong schooling strip.
- The Curragh Training Ground is a world class facility spreading over 1,500 acres with numerous gallops of the highest standard.
The prime location of Rossmore Stables provides Adrian’s horses with access to some of the best gallops in the world and allied to that, in the yard Adrian has developed state-of-the-art facilities to aid their training. Adrian has installed the only private water walker for horses on the Curragh, technology which he saw utilised successfully in Australia. Working in a water walker enhances fitness but reduces the stresses and wear and tear caused by road work or swimming.
Adrian has installed the only private water walker for horses on the Curragh, technology which he saw utilised successfully in Australia
The Curragh Training Grounds has invested millions of Euro in the Training Grounds and their facilities to ensure that they remain an international centre of excellence for thoroughbred training.