Everything you need to know about this year's Fairyhouse Easter Festival and Irish Grand National 6 months ago

Everything you need to know about this year's Fairyhouse Easter Festival and Irish Grand National

Brought to you by the Fairyhouse Easter Festival 

Your Easter weekend sorted.

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Things might look a bit different this year, but you can rest assured that the Fairyhouse Easter Festival promises to be as action-packed as ever.

The Fairyhouse Easter Festival, featuring the BoyleSports Irish Grand National, takes place from Saturday, 3 April until Monday, 5 April 2021.

In line with current restrictions, the festival will be taking place behind closed doors this year but you can still tune in to all the action from the comfort of your own home.

You can keep up with the coverage throughout the weekend, on TG4 on Easter Saturday and RTÉ on Easter Sunday and Monday.

It's also worth keeping an eye on Fairyhouse and Horse Racing Ireland's social media for some behind-the-scenes footage, giveaways and live racing action.

As usual, the three-day event of top class racing will end with the Irish Grand National on Easter Monday and there's over €1.25 million of prize money to be won throughout the weekend.

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Ahead of the weekend, Fairyhouse Easter Festival teamed up with Dunboyne Castle Hotel and Spa to put some racing stars to the test in a Fairyhouse Easter Festival Bake Off.

You can watch Noel Meade, Barry Geraghty, David Jennings and Jim Dreaper put their baking skills to the test below.

For more information on how you can #BeInvolved, head over to the Fairyhouse website.

The Fairyhouse Easter Festival featuring the BoyleSports Irish Grand National takes place from Saturday, 3 April until Monday, 5 April 2021.

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Fans are encouraged to tune into the coverage across the weekend on TG4 on Easter Saturday and RTE on Easter Sunday and Monday and follow @Fairyhouse and @HRIRacing on social media for behind the scenes footage, exciting giveaways and live racing action. For more information, visit the Fairyhouse website here

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