Kilbeggan Racecourse is a sharp, right-handed round track of around nine furlongs in extent. It is undulating with a particularly sharp turn after the second-last fence, and though the run-in of around 300 yards is uphill, this is no track for a long-striding horse or a staying type. There are six fences to a circuit of the chase track, which is laid out on the outside of the hurdles track.

ABOUT: Located in County Westmeath and within an hour’s drive of Dublin, Kilbeggan has hosted racing since the 1800s. In recent years improvements have been included not just a new complex (with restaurants, bars, sponsors room, and offices) but surfacing of the concourse area, extending the enclosure and developing a new site for tented village, developing and widening the race track to cater for larger fields and additional race meetings and opening the pavilion.

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A National Hunt track that races through the summer, Kilbeggan is right-handed and you always seem to be on the turn. It is 1m1f around with fences on the outside, hurdles on the inside. A fast, sharp track that’s well-watered in the summer, there’s not a lot of jumping over hurdles and a long run from two out to the last. It’s very level, a very tight track where you need a quick horse.

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