FLAT: Cork is a flat, right-handed, oval track with a ten-furlong inner circuit and a twelve furlong outer circuit. It is a relatively fair track in character. A chute of two furlongs allows races over five and six furlongs to be run on a straight course, where high numbers tend to have an advantage.
NATIONAL HUNT: Cork is a right-handed, flat, oval track with a chase circuit of one and a half miles and two hurdle circuits, the inner one around one and a quarter miles round. The track is level and galloping in character but favouring no particular type of horse. There are eight fences to a circuit of the chase course, with three in the four-furlong home straight and a run-in of around one furlong.