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Naas Racecourse is a horse racing venue in County Kildare that hosts both flat racing and National Hunt racing fifteen times a year. You can watch a Naas racing live stream free from subscription charges.

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Naas Upcoming Live Streamed Races

26 JUN 202417:30Dooley Insurance Group Irish EBF Fillies Maiden-5f
26 JUN 202418:00Kildare Chamber Handicap (47-65)-5f
26 JUN 202418:30Tinnakill House Maiden-5f 205y
26 JUN 202419:00ARKequine Coming To Stockists Near You Handicap-5f 205y
26 JUN 202419:30Al Shira'aa Racing Irish EBF Naas Oaks Trial (Fillies' Listed)11m 2f
26 JUN 202420:00Nursery Of Champions Apprentice Handicap-1m
26 JUN 202420:30Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden-1m

The racecourse has become increasingly popular in the last ten years or so. This has been boosted by Naas’ staple National Hunt race, the Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle, being upgraded to a Grade 1 race in early 2015.

Naas Course Overview

Flat Course

The flat circuit is a stiff galloping track that is one and a half miles long. It has two additional chutes for one mile and six furlong races, with the latter chute allowing for shorter races to be run on just a home straight rather than having a large bend in the middle.

With that in mind, there is no draw bias in any distance races, especially with the bends not being sharp and wide; That ends up giving plenty of space to those who are drawn out wide to come across.

One would assume that given the conditions and track, punters would have a field day at the meetings as all other variables are eradicated. Strangely, however, that isn’t the case and for some reason it is quite an unlucky course for favourite backers; Some have nicknamed Naas Racecourse as the ‘Punter’s Graveyard’.

Jumps Course

The National Hunt course is an oval shaped circuit that is a mile and a half long. Although it is predominantly a galloping track, the course also provides a stiff test.

Rides at Naas are more a simple ride rather than an easy one. With there being wide bends and open straights, there are very few unlucky losers at Naas. The circuit is structured to not favour particular types of horses and allow all an even chance of being victorious.

The track does have an uphill finish which can be the biggest test of the entire track, besides the jumps. Those sent on too early may face the consequences; And those who leave it too late may struggle to make up the ground in the final furlongs.

Viewing at Naas Racecourse

Naas is a special racecourse that goes above and beyond to provide quality service to racegoers and those involved with the horses. This is illustrated by the fact that they won The Irish Field Racecourse of the Year Award 2019.

The facilities at the course are almost new, and the grandstand blends perfectly into the buildings to produce a very official but effective look. Those who choose to watch from the grandstand can expect to see the acres of green that Naas owns. It encases a forest to give a very natural feel to the course.

There are simply loads of viewing points for the courses; No one will struggle to find a spot to watch the horses charge over the finishing line. Naas Racecourse is a course that when you’ve been to once, you’ll want to just keep going back.

Naas Race Calendar Highlights

The standout race on the flat at Naas Racecourse is the Group 3 Blue Wind Stakes, a one mile and two furlong sprint that takes place annually in May. Entrants for the race must be mare or fillies that are three years old or older. Previous Group winners must carry penalties for their prior successes; Group 1 and 2 winners will be carrying five pounds more, with Group 3 winners carrying three.

The race itself is named after Blue Wind, whose 1981 season will be fondly remembered by many Irish racing fans. The mare had an unbelievable year, winning the Oak Stakes and the Irish Oaks in impressive style on both occasions.

Her spell in Ireland was short lived though; The bay was soon sent to the United States in 1982 but was unsuccessful over there.

The Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle, formerly known pre-advertisement as the Slaney Novice Hurdle, is a two mile and four furlong hurdle race run in January.  The race is incredibly competitive and trainers use the Grade 1 race as an opportunity to see whether their cavalry would be capable of competing at Cheltenham.

In 2020, Gordon Elliott’s Envoi Allen comfortably strode to victory under hands and heels to win the race at miniscule odds of ¼. He then was waited with until March where he won the Ballymore Novice’s Hurdle on the Cheltenham stage. Envoi Allen was then tipped to become a Gold Cup horse in the following few years with Elliott confirming that she would be schooled over fences.

MonthLive Streamed RaceDistance
JanLimestone Lad Hurdle2m 3f
JanLawlor's of Naas Novice Hurdle2 Miles 4 Furlongs
JanNaas Racecourse Business Club Novice Chase3 Miles
JanLimestone Lad Hurdle2 Miles 3 Furlongs
FebNewlands Chase2 Miles
FebNas Na Riogh Novice Chase2 Miles 4 Furlongs
FebJohnstown Novice Hurdle2 Miles
MarDevoy Stakes1m
MarNaas Directors Plate Novice Chase2 Miles 4 Furlongs
AprilWoodlands Stakes5f
MayPolonia Stakes5½f
MayRochestown Stakes6f
MayOwenstown Stud Stakes7f
MayBlue Wind Stakes1 Mile 2 Furlongs
JuneLacken Stakes6f
JuneNaas Oaks Trial1m 2f
JunFillies' Sprint Stakes6 Furlongs
JulySweet Mimosa Stakes6f
JulyVinnie Roe Stakes1m 6f
OctoberBluebell Stakes1m 4f
OctoberGarnet Stakes1m
Oct/NovPoplar Square Chase2 Miles
NovFishery Lane Hurdle2 Miles

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Last updated June, 2024

Prepare for the Naas horse racing live stream with this one from the race archives.

Watch strong favourite Zhukova win the Blue Wind Stakes in 2016 for connections winning by just over seven lengths. The mare was in a rich vein of form and her field simply could not catch her.

Naas Racing Live Stream FAQs

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🏇 Are there other races available, too?

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