FLAT: Bellewstown is quite a sharp, left-handed oval of about nine furlongs. It is undulating, with the final two furlongs slightly uphill. Low numbers have a slight edge in races at five furlongs and a mile.

NATIONAL HUNT: Bellewstown is a sharp, undulating left-handed track around nine furlongs in extent, and, with an uphill finish of around three furlongs, suits the handy, nippy type. There are five hurdles to a circuit, with no races staged over fences. The course is situated on high ground and going on the firm side is usual for the three-day fixture held in early-July.

Course Map

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Water
Turf Course
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