Fran Berry’s Irish racing preview as Naas stages the first meeting since coronavirus lockdown

Fran Berry’s Irish racing preview as Naas stages the first
Fran Berry’s Irish racing preview as Naas stages the first meeting since coronavirus lockdown. … He won his first start for Ger Lyons last year, is still relatively lightly races (12 starts) and … | Early Closing Races
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Fran discusses his recent retirement, the significance of Deirdre running in the Champion Stakes at Leopardstown & Pat Smullen’s Champions Race at The Curragh. Horse Racing Ireland on Social Media

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Naas Racecourse: Today’s Results & Betting – Racing TV
Naas is a mixed venue that stages a lot of flat cards in the summer and jumps in the winter. For a stiff track it does tend to suit horses who race close to the pace. There are two different kinds of ground at Naas. From the time you pas the winning post to the time you reach the seven-furlong marker the soil is quite black and can be quite …

Naas Racecourse – Top Class Horse Racing in Co. Kildare
The team at Naas Racecourse are wonderful to work with, always on hand to help meet our needs and requests and to ensure that everything runs smoothly on the day. Naas Racecourse has the unique ability to cater for all racegoers – from families enjoying a day out to the discerning professional which is part of the appeal to us at Yeomanstown …

Naas chairman critical of Racing TV’s … – The Irish Times
Naas chairman critical of Racing TV’s ‘second class coverage’ of Irish racing Cantillon urges sports administration bodies to adopt more proactive approach Mon, Oct 21, 2019, 21:05

Find Out Abour Our Upcoming Races Events at Naas Racecourse
Naas is known as the Nursery of Champions and holds several very important meetings which are strategically placed to serve as prep opportunities for key festival meeting. We would be delighted to extend every courtesy to you if you would like to consider running a horse at Naas. The first race will start at approx 12:30 pm. Learn More