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A Punters Guide to Navan Race Track - Left Hand,Right Hand,Galloping,Easy.Navan Racecourse Facts.

Navan Racecourse is a horse racing venue at Proudstown near Navan, County Meath, Ireland, approximately 48 kilometres from Dublin.

 The course stages Flat racing but is best known for National Hunt racing.

Navan Racecourse is owned by Horse Racing Ireland.

The course is one and a half miles round with a home straight of three-and-a-half furlongs, left-handed with wide sweeping bends and an uphill finish from two furlongs out.

There is a straight sprint course of six furlongs.

A low to middle draw may be an advantage in sprints.

Overall, the evidence suggests that there is little or no draw bias at Navan Racecourse.


The course was opened in 1920 by Albert Lowry, a local breeder and auctioneer who also liked a gamble.

 The inaugural meeting was held on 16 September 1921 and featured five races. The first winner was a horse called The Glen, who won the Maiden Hurdle.

The course has undergone a number of renovations over the years, most recently in 2014. The renovations included the construction of a new grandstand, the installation of a new drainage system, and the widening of the track.

Navan Racecourse is a popular destination for both racing fans and tourists.

 The racecourse is located just off the M1 motorway, making it easy to reach from Dublin and other major cities in Ireland.

The course is home to a number of annual events, including the Navan Novice Hurdle, the Fortria Chase, and the Boyne Hurdle.

The course also hosts a number of other races throughout the year, including flat races and National Hunt races.

Navan Racecourse is a popular and historic venue for horse racing in Ireland.

Navan Racecourse is committed to providing a welcoming and accessible environment for all visitors, including those with disabilities.


Accessible parking spaces.
A dedicated accessible entrance.
Accessible toilets.
Accessible seating in the grandstand.
A hearing loop system.
A RNIB reader service.
A guide dog relief area.

If you have any questions about the facilities at Navan Racecourse, contact the racecourse on 046 902 5111.

There are a few ways to get to Navan Racecourse:

By car: Navan Racecourse is located on the R162 Proudstown Road, approximately 5km from Navan town centre. From the M1 motorway, take Junction 8 (Navan South) onto R147 and continue through 3 sets or traffic lights. At the fourth set of lights, turn right onto Flower Hill - signposted Navan Racecourse. Continue uphill to the roundabout.

By bus: Bus Eireann operates an hourly service to Navan from Busáras (Dublin Central Bus Station) where taxis are available to travel to the track.

By train: Drogheda (24km) is the closest railway station. Pre-arranged taxi to Navan is best advised from there.


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