- 01:10The Naas Racecourse Business Club Novice Steeplechase of €27,500 (Grade 3)
- 01:40 The Naas Tidy Towns voted Cleanest Town in Ireland 2021 Handicap Steeplechase of €16,000€16000.00
- 02:10The BetVictor Limestown Lad Hurdle (Grade3)
- 02:40The Naas Racecourse Maiden Hurdle
- 03:10The I.N.H. Stallion Owners EBF Maiden Hurdle of €15,000
- 03:40Join The Business Club At Naas Racecourse Handicap Hurdle of €14500.00 1m. 7f. 151yds.
- 04:10BetVictor proud to support Irish Racing NHF of €10000.00
Sunday 30th January
Our January Jumps meeting features two Grade 3 races in The BetVictor Limestone Lad Hurdle and The Naas Racecourse Business Club Novice Chase. Naas Racecourse is known as the nursery of champions – a place where future stars prepare for festival glory so you are sure to see many Cheltenham hopefuls on show on the day.
We have a range of hospitality and private suite options available. To find out more call the office on (045) 897391.
Gates open on the day at 11:40am.
BetVictor – We are thrilled to have leading bookmaker BetVictor continue their growing support of Irish racing by taking over the sponsorship of our feature BetVictor Limestone Lad Hurdle here at Naas on 30 January and also the Festival Trials day on 27 February.
Naas Racecourse Business Club – Our Naas Racecourse Business Club was formed over 20 years ago with the specific aim of businesses and racing enthusiasts sponsoring Listed and Graded races at Naas Racecourse. The Club has provided significant assistance in helping to improve the standard of racing at Naas Racecourse over the years. We are delighted to have many of the members joining us on the day.
Naas Tidy towns were awarded with Ireland’s Cleanest town by IBAL – Irish Business against litter. Naas Racecourse are are delighted to recognise this fantasic achievement on our January Jumps day. The Naas Tidy Towns Committe would like to thank the volunteers and many voluntary organizations such as Naas Mens Shed,the Tidy Towns Community Employment scheme, Naas Scouts, transition year students from all the secondary schools, Naas Access and Disability Group, National Learning Network, Irish Probation service, Naas Traders, Naas Water Activity Center and Kildare County Council’s Roads and environment services to name a few.