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Where is Navan Racecourse?
Navan Racecourse is 4km north of the centre of Navan in County Meath along the R162. It is 25km west of Drogheda via the N51 and 50km north-west of Dublin via the M3 or N2.
Drogheda train station is the closest with buses running to Navan town centre. There are no buses to the track meaning racegoers have to complete their journey by car or taxi.
What is Navan Racecourse Famous For?
The first Navan Races were in 1920 with recent upgrading making it one of Ireland's top dual-purpose tracks although it is better known for its National Hunt racing.
It now hosts 18 fixtures per year with seven of those on the flat in the summer.
Track Specifics at Navan Racecourse
Navan is a left-handed undulating galloping one-and-a-half mile (2400m) oval with easy turns. Considered as tough but very fair, it has a stiff uphill finish of four furlongs (800m) which takes some getting. Conditions can be very testing in winter making stamina even more of an asset.
There is a straight sprint track which is pretty much uphill all the way. Over jumps, the chase course is to the outside of the hurdles course with three fences in the home straight and a run-in of a furlong (200m).
Biggest Meetings at Navan Racecourse
Navan's top fixture is Troytown Chase & Ladies Day in late November. This Sunday meeting is always popular with the eponymous Grade B handicap chase supported by the Grade 3 Monksfield Novice Hurdle. Boyne Hurdle Day in mid-February features two Grade 2 contests - the Boyne Hurdle and the Ten Up Novice Chase.
Flat highlights are the Group 3 Vintage Crop Stakes in late April and the Listed Yeats Stakes in May.
Visit the official Navan Racecourse website for more information including upcoming race days, on-course features and more!