Pure racing entertainment
The Irish Grand National takes pride of place during a four-day Easter meeting with other quality races including the Powers Gold Cup. The first meeting was in 1848 when the Ward Union Hunt held their point-to-point while the National was first run in 1870.
The course itself is right-handed, relatively flat and is 1m 6f in length. It is 23km from Dublin city centre, just off the N3 or the N2 via Ratoath.
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