Cork Racecourse, also known as Cork Racecourse Mallow, is a horse racing venue at Mallow, County Cork, Ireland which stages both National Hunt racing and Flat racing. It is located 35 km north of Cork and 64 km from Limerick
The course is right handed, one and a half miles round and has a straight sprint course of five furlongs.
The course was opened in 1924 and was originally known as Mallow Racecourse. It is close to Buttevant, where the first steeplechase was supposedly run in 1752.
Cork's major races are the Group Three Munster Oaks and Give Thanks Stakes on the Flat, and the Grade Two Hilly Way Chase over the jumps.