Set in the heart of County Kildare, easily accessible from the M7 motorway, Naas Racecourse hosts a mixture of top-class National Hunt (jump) and Flat racing throughout the year.

Key Characteristics

Naas is a left-handed oval track with a circuit of a mile and a half. This is a galloping track in character, with a stiff uphill finish, and the longer races definately suit staying types. The home straight is almost half a mile long and their is a chute for the 5 and 6 furlong races which joins this.

  Course Map




Draw Bias

5 Furlongs
Naas Draw Bias
They rarely have 5 furlong races at Naas, so very little to go on however with no horses winning from the top half of the draw their definitely appears to be a bias favouring low drawn runners.

6 Furlongs
naas Draw Bias
Perhaps not as pronounced as the 5 furlong results but there is definitely a bias favouring low drawn runners over 6 furlongs at Naas.

7 Furlongs
naas Draw BiasNot sure if their is a bias here? Maybe high or low, middle is a disadvantage.

One Mile
naas Draw Bias
Like the 7 furlong races small bias maybe against middle drawn runners.

The charts above indicate the percentage of races which were won from each stall number.