book a table or make a donation

If you are interested in booking a table or making a donation towards our chosen charities, please do not hesitate to contact us.

+353 01 6788878


Save the Date

Thursday June 14 2018 – The Pavillion, Leopardstown Race Course

Property Race Day Ireland

Thursday, 15th June 2017

Property Race Day

THE PROPERTY RACE DAY IRELAND now in its fifth year has become Ireland’s number one networking event for the property and property financing industries in Ireland. It is affiliated with the Property Race Day UK, which has quickly established itself as a key date in the UK property calendar, hosting over 800 property individuals in Ascot Racecourse each year.

The Property Race Day Ireland’s principal aim is to raise invaluable funds for some of Ireland’s most deserving children’s charities, whilst offering a perfect opportunity for networking within the sector.

The fourth annual Property Race Day Ireland, took place on Thursday, June 15th at the Leopardstown Pavilion. The event saw the who’s who of the property industry gather together for an evening of racing, entertainment, networking, and not to mention digging deep for Charity.

The night raised just over €115,000 for two of Irelands leading Children’s Charities DEBRA Ireland & the ISPCC. These inspiring charities provide love, protection, and support to children and their families across the country.

Read More

our cornerstone sponsors

The Property Race Day Ireland would like to thank all the sponsors for their kind contribution.

Book & Donations

To Book your table or to make a donation, please visit our booking page. Book Now


There are many options available when travelling to Leopardstown Racecourse.

View Directions

Our Sponsors

We would like to thank all the sponsors for their kind contribution.

View All Sponsors


See all the action and pictures from the Property Race Day Ireland 2017.

View Gallery

“The property industry in Ireland is beginning to help re-build our country and it is wonderful to see the industry coming together to support such compelling charitable causes, when fundraising is still so difficult.”