Welcome to Tom Taaffe Racing!
The name Taaffe is synonymous with Irish racing, leading through generations to the present Tom Taaffe. This is a highly successful and modern enterprise driven by an ambition to succeed at the top level.
Winning the 2005 Cheltenham Gold Cup is one of our greatest moments.
We look forward to training a winner for you.
Tom Taaffe Racing is situated 35 minutes from Dublin airport, in close proximity to some of the greatest Irish racecourses, including Punchestown, Leopardstown, Fairyhouse, Navan, Naas and The Curragh, and within 2 miles of the village of Straffan and the K-Club, home of the Ryder Cup 2006.
We invite you to explore our site and, in particular, to take our video tour.
Finger Onthe Pulse picked up the Blue Riband Galway Plate, Ireland's most famous Steeplechase the hightlight of the Galway Festival. Ridden by Tony Mc Coy in the colours of Mr. JP Mc Manus the 9 year old gelding made all the running, giving an exhibition of his jumping ability.
Ninetieth Minute, ridden by Paddy Flood, winner of the Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle at the 2009 Cheltenham festival.
Finger Onthe Pulse, ridden by B.J. Geraghty, winner of the Jewson Novices' Handicap Chase at the 2008 Cheltenham festival.