FLAT: Punchestown is a right-handed, galloping track that climbs steadily over the final five furlongs. The straight is three and a half furlongs in length and a high draw is favoured at trips of up to seven furlongs.

NATIONAL HUNT: A right-handed, galloping, undulating track with a steady climb through the last five furlongs. It is a very fair test of a jumper; there are eleven fences to a circuit which are not stiff by British standards and they pose few problems to sound jumpers. The cross-country course is a long and twisting one over a variety of banks and other obstacles, few of which are jumped more than once. The turns are both left- and right-handed and only the final brush fence is on the racecourse proper.

Course Map

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Open Ditch
Water
Turf Course
Flat Course Direction
Jump
Jump Course Direction
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