Closing meeting of the Irish Flat Season
For the third year running Naas Racecourse will host the Irish flat season finale and the Irish flat season awards. The feature race on the day will be the €100,000 November Handicap. We look forward to crowning Champion Owner, Champion Trainer, Champion Jockey and Champion Apprentice Jockey.
Return of The Jumps
The opening national hunt meeting of the 2019/2020 season at Naas. An action-packed race meeting featuring three graded races including the Fishery Lane Hurdle and the Grade B Brown Lad Handicap Hurdle.
Christmas Party Raceday
Our Christmas Raceday provides the perfect opportunity to celebrate the festive season with colleagues, family or friends.
How to find us
A Train service is available from Heuston station, Dublin to Sallins, located just outside Naas. Sallins is the closest railway station to Naas Racecourse. A feeder bus is available from Sallins to Naas (check timetable) Tel: 045 876 977 for feeder bus information. A taxi service is in operation from Sallins station (Book taxi in advance on 045 879 664). Contact Iarnrod Eireann for further rail details and timetables: Ph No: +353 1 8366222 Website: www.irishrail.ie
Dublin Coach provide a direct service to the races on all race days from Dublin Airport via the Red Cow Luas to the Roseville stop in Naas. Website: www.dublincoach.ie
Naas Racecourse provide a shuttle bus service on all races days from Sallins Train Station to Naas Racecourse before and after racing catering to all arriving and departing train times on the day. For more information contact Naas Racecourse on 045-897391.
Dublin is the closest airport. Helicopter landing at the course can be arranged in advance (insurance documentation must be sent in advance to 045 897 391).
What to wear
There is no dress code at Naas Racecourse is smart casual and we certainly recommend that you dress for the weather. We have two Best Dressed Ladies Days throughout the year where we have awards for the Best Dressed Lady, so feel free to dress up!
Naas Racecourse is located in the heart of the Thoroughbred County of Kildare, just 18 miles from Dublin City and on route to Cork, Limerick and Waterford. There are eighteen race meetings in 2018 and aside from top class horse racing there are events of all kinds including family fun days, summer barbeque evenings, live music events and lady’s days on race days throughout the year.