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
Navan Racecourse, Proudstown, Navan, Co Meath, Republic of Ireland
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The racecourse is situated two miles outside Navan on the Kingscourt Road. Navan town is thirty miles from Dublin via the N3.
Drogheda Station, approximately fifteen miles from the course. Transfer by bus - details from Bus Eireann 014 8366111.
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.