Navan racecourse

Navan Racecourse is 181 acres set in the heart of Co. Meath and from humble beginnings in 1920, it has become a well-established and much respected track.

The Proudstown Racecourse situated two miles from Navan town, 30 miles due north of Dublin City on the N3. Primarily a National Hunt track, main events are headed by the Boyne Hurdle in February and the Troytown Chase in November. The course is a left-handed oval of one and a half miles with run in of three and a half furlongs and an uphill finish

Address: Navan Racecourse, Proudstown, Navan, Co Meath, Republic of Ireland
Tel: 353 46 9021 350
Admission: Adults €8-€10; OAP's and Students Half Price; Children under 14 free. Discounts available for pre booked groups of 15+
Road: The racecourse is situated two miles outside Navan on the Kingscourt Road. Navan town is thirty miles from Dublin via the N3.
Rail: Drogheda Station, approximately fifteen miles from the course. Transfer by bus - details from Bus Eireann 014 8366111.
Car park: Free
Jumps: A galloping left-handed oval of 1 1/2m with wide sweeping bends. The uphill finish presents runners with a stiff test of stamina. seven hurdles and eight fences per circuit.