Tractor Pulling

The tractor pulling is back again this year with the ITPC performing their first pull in three years at Dualla.

Can your Bull Pull?

For farm tractors looking to pull there’s a 5.5 ton, 7.5 ton, 9.5 ton and an open class. Get your tractor registered not later than 10am on show day. All enquiries to Conor Breen on 086 277 4464.

What is Tractor Pulling?

Tractor pulling is the world’s most powerful motorsport due to the multi-engined modified tractor pullers. It is a competitive motorsport in which modified farm tractors pull a heavy sled along a 100 meter track with the winner being the tractor that pulls the sled the furthest. All tractors in their respective classes pull a set weight in the sled. When a tractor gets to the end of the 100 metre track this is known as a “full pull”. When more than one tractor in its class gets a full pull more weight is added to the sled, and those competitors will compete in a pull-off, the winner is the one who can pull the sled the furthest.

Irish Tractor Pulling Committee

The Irish Tractor Pulling Committee (ITPC) is the only official tractor pulling club in Ireland that is a member of the European Tractor Pulling Committee (ETPC).

The ITPC sledge “Gladiator” is also the ONLY official sanctioned sledge from the ETPC.

The ITPC adhere to all the current 2019 ETPC rules and regulations to ensure both the safety of everyone involved and fair competition, while providing a top class entertainment event for shows and spectators alike.

Gallery 2019