Flat RacingWednesday 24th
A flat card will take place here at Naas on Wednesday 24th June with the first race going to post at 1.00pm. See full card below.
All the fixtures will take place under the strict protocols published by Horse Racing Ireland. One of those protocols involves the prior health screening of all those who will be in attendance at each race meeting and, to facilitate the efficient delivery of this, 48-hour declarations will be introduced for all races in June.
In line with Government guidelines regarding Covid-19, for public health and safety reasons this raceday will not be open to the general pubic.
The Irish EBF are the biggest supporters in Irish racing. Over €100,000,000 has been allocated to horse racing by the European Breeders Fund since 1983. Irish EBF recently announced that they have increased their yearly sponsorship contribution to €2.5 million.Book Tickets
The Coolmore Stud Irish EBF Fillies Sprint Stakes (Group 3) July 4thSaturday 4th
All the fixtures will take place under the strict protocols published yesterday by Horse Racing Ireland. One of those protocols involves the prior health screening of all those who will be in attendance at each race meeting and, to facilitate the efficient delivery of this, 48-hour declarations will be introduced for all races in June.
In line with Government guidelines regarding Covid-19, for public health and safety reasons this raceday will not be open to the general public.
Coolmore Stud is the headquarters of the world’s largest breeding operation of thoroughbred racehorse, home to Galileo and many of the worlds best stallions. Coolmore Stud is one of Naas Racecourses longest standing sponsors to Naas Racecourse.
Syndicates. Racing is a new sponsor that Naas have added to their portfolio. Managed by Jack Cantillon, Syndicates. Racing source the best value in horses at sales in Ireland and across Europe. The shares are divided into 100 units and the aim is to make fun and affordable horse racing syndicates for the next generation of owners. Cantillon puts a major emphasis in educating the members and those that have a keen interest in the bloodstock world. During lockdown, The ‘Art Of The Mating’ was set up, an interactive way of gaining insight into the process of mating a mare and was created on Syndicates.Racing sister website Bloodstock.Racing.
The Irish EBF are the biggest supporters in Irish racing. Over €100,000,000 has been allocated to horse racing by the European Breeders Fund since 1983. Irish EBF recently announced that they have increased their yearly sponsorship contribution to €2.5 million. Click here to read more about our fantastic supporter.
Flat RacingWednesday 22nd
In light of the evolving situation regarding Covid-19 and in line with Government guidlines this meeting will not be able to take place as an event open to the general pubic this year.
If may prove possible to run the raceday behind close doors, dependant on Government policy and the approval of Horse Racing Ireland and Irish Horse Racing Regulatory Board. Keep up-to-date on all our news via our social media channels.Book Tickets
The Arqana Irish EBF Marwell StakesMonday 3rd
Naas Racecourse have announced that French sales company ARQANA will sponsor the new Marwell Stakes. It will be the first time for the international auction house to sponsor in Ireland. The Marwell Stakes is one of a number of new races added to Naas Racecourses flat programme this year. The track will stage the first running of the ARQANA Irish EBF Marwell Stakes on August 3rd, enhancing their existing card. The race will be run over five furlongs and restricted to two year old fillies.
ARQANA is located in Deauville, France and has established itself as a leading global sales agency. The sponsorship announcement comes just before the closure of the August Yearling Sale entries, which is Friday 13th March. The August Yearling sale is recognised globally as one of the most prestigious sales of the year. A number of yearlings have passed through ARQANA’s sales ring and went on to international success including the Prix de l’arc de Trimophe. The company hold 18 sales throughout the year, turning over about €160,000,000.Book Tickets
The Irish EBF Ballyhane StakesSunday 23rd
THE RICHEST RACE EVER RAN AT NAAS! We are delighted to host the inaugural Irish EBF Ballyhane Stakes. The exciting €200,000 two-year-old median sires race will take place here at Naas Racecourse on Bank Holiday Monday, August 23rd. The race has attracted a record high entry of 563 horses from Ireland, Britain and one from America.
The race will be run over a distance of 6f. It will be open to two-year-olds by a sire whose median price is not more than €75,000, with allowances for sires whose median price is €50,000 or €25,000 or less.
In consultation with the race sponsors, Irish EBF and Ballyhane Stud, HRI has committed to examine increasing the €200,000 prize fund and to investigate the staging of a consolation race on the same day for those horses who do not make the final field in the feature race. This would give owners and trainers with entries an additional opportunity to avail of valuable prize money.
In the light of the ongoing Covid-19 situation, the first forfeit stage will be deferred from April 22nd to an unconfirmed later date that will be announced when there is a clearer indication of the resumption of racing and dates for the breeze-up sales.
View the full list of entries here.
View Ballyhane Stud latest newsletter here.Book Tickets
Flat Season FinaleSaturday 7th
For the fourth 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 Daragh Fitzpatrick & Colm White Local Bookmakers November Handicap of €100,000
We also look forward the Horse Racing Ireland Flat Awards and crowing the Champion Owner, Champion Trainer, Champion Jockey and Champion Apprentice Jockey.Book Tickets
Return Of The JumpsSaturday 21st
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.