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Punchestown Racecourse

12 locals recommend

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Laura
Laura
January 13, 2020
Home of the major horse racing festival of the Irish National Hunt which is a wonderful festival to attend. Also many music festivals are held here. Originally home to the famous Oxegen Festival which was the biggest festival in Ireland before finishing up in 2013. Eminem, ACDC, Bon Jovi, Westlife…
Margaret
Margaret
May 11, 2018
World famous racecourse, renowned for hunt racing, equestrian and field sports. Festival takes place in May each year.
Gabrielle
Gabrielle
October 3, 2016
The Punchestown Festival is held from the end of April to the beginning of May each year. It is one of the highlights of the Irish jumping season.
Laura
Laura
January 23, 2016
Regular race meetings and events held here. The biggest being the 5 day racing festival at the end of April. Mix and mingle with the locals for a great day out, free tickets for guests on the Saturday
Siobhan
Siobhan
September 8, 2015
We are 20 mins from the Racecourse

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Location
Naas
Phone(045) 897 704