FLAT: Galway is a right-handed track with a circuit of just over a mile and a quarter. There is a steep incline to the finish, but unless the ground is particularly testing the track is essentially sharp in character. The finishing straight is short at little more than a furlong. A low draw at 7f and 1m 100yds is a slight advantage.

NATIONAL HUNT: A right-handed track with a circuit of just over ten furlongs. There is a steep incline to the finish, but unless the ground is particularly testing the track is sharp in character, favouring handily-ridden horses. The chase course has seven fences to a circuit, with the final two fences very close together followed by a run-in of well over two furlongs. The hurdle course is laid out inside the chase course, until the final hurdle situated in the short finishing straight of little more than a furlong, and is even sharper in character than the chase course.

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