Set in the heart of County Kildare, easily accessible from
the M7 motorway and just 15 minutes’ walk to the town, Naas Racecourse hosts a
mixture of top-class National Hunt (jump) and Flat racing throughout the year.
Many of the biggest equine names come to race at Naas as the course is home to
the Grade 1 Lawlor’s of Naas Novice Hurdle in January and a number of important
trial races for the biggest National Hunt racing festivals are held at the
course during the winter and spring months. On the Flat, the Group 3 Blue Wind
Stakes, Group 3 Goffs Lacken Stakes and the richest race at Naas, Irish EBF
Ballyhane Stakes race are some of the highlights during the Flat calendar.
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Coming from Dublin take the exit after Johnstown, Exit 9 at the 'big ball', and coming from the South take the second Naas exit, Exit 9 at the 'Big Ball' after Naas/Newbridge Exit.
There is a train service is available from Heuston station, Dublin to Sallins, located just outside Naas. A feeder bus is available from Sallins to Naas. A taxi service is in operation from Sallins station. Telephone 01- 8366222 for train departure times.
A Bus Eireann service (Route 126) is available to Naas town, departing from Busarus in Dublin. Naas Racecourse is only a short walk from the bus stop. Tel: (01) 8366111 for departure times.
Dublin airport is 46 km away. There is a Dublin Coach bus that services a route to Naas Town.
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