FLAT: Navan is a left-handed oval of one and a half miles and it has a stiff finish of three and a half furlongs. There is a straight course of just under six furlongs that joins the main track on the entrance to the straight. A low to middle draw is an advantage in sprints.

NATIONAL HUNT: Navan is a left-handed, rectangular track with a circuit of a mile and a half. It is generally galloping in character with a stiff, uphill finishing straight of around three and a half furlongs. Conditions can become very testing on soft or heavy ground and ability to see out the trip is crucial. The chase course, which is outside the hurdles track, has nine fences to a circuit, with three fences jumped in the home straight and a run-in of around a furlong. The fourth-last fence is followed almost immediately by a turn.

Course Map

Key

Start
Finish
Division
Open Ditch
Water
Turf Course
Flat Course Direction
Jump
Jump Course Direction
Track Information

Top 5 Jockeys - Last 12 Months

Top 5 Trainers - Last 12 Months

Loading...
This video is playing in Picture-In-Picture. Click to Exit.
This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.