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Most commonly know now as the home of Irish Jump Racing Punchestowns history begins with Kildare Hunt Club. One of the oldest in the country, the history of the Kildare Hunt Club goes back as far as the 18th century with the first Master being Squire Connolly of Castletown.
The Hunt Club would host races in various locations around the county but in the 1840’s during the master ship of John La Touche the members of Kildare Hunt Club decided to buy the lands at Punchestown. Those lands are still held by the trustees of Kildare Hunt Club and continue to be used as the location for the point-to-point.
Punchestown Point-to-Point Races
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How To Get There
How To Get There
Take the N7 out of Dublin for Approx 20 miles and take the Naas exit. Go into Naas and turn left towards Punchestown on the R410 and then at a cross roads motorists take a right turn.
Our point-to-point is located fifty minutes from Dublin airport.
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As our point-to-point is located at Punchestown race course, we are very lucky to have the use of some of the permanent fixtures at the race course.
This means if you are travelling with small children we are able to provide changing facilities for babies and toddlers.
If the weather is a little unkind on the day, race goers are able to use the stands along the home straight in order to watch the action without getting wet.
In our bookmakers ring you can view and bet on any off-course races on the day in both England and Ireland.
Our outside catering vendor has a variety of catering options from tasty hot lunches to sandwiches and confectionary.
Race goers can purchase teas, coffees and soft drinks from our outside catering outlet.
Set amongst the beautiful Kildare countryside, our race track is situated at the historic Punchestown race course.
On the day we run a competition for the most appropriately dressed racegoer at the point-to-point.
Our point-to-point is located thirty minutes away from Dublin city which makes it the ideal venue to visit if you are on a city break in the capital.