Gates Open: 10:30
First Race: 12:30
Admission Prices: €10 and free for U16's
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Track Biography:

Quakerstown Point-to-Point is run under the auspices of the Co Clare Hunt. The track is based at Quakerstown in Boston, Co Clare and is set against the backdrop of the majestic Burren.

Quakerstown has proved to be an excellent source of young talent in recent years with Cheltenham Festival Grade 1 winner, Champagne Fever starting his career with a win at this meeting in 2011.

Another exciting young talent to come from this meeting was Bacardys who went on to win the Grade 2 bumper at Aintree and the Grade 1 Deloitte Novice Hurdle in Leopardstown in 2017.

The 2016 meeting also saw the exciting Next Destination land the four year old maiden and he is now a multiple Graded winner over hurdles including a Grade 1 at Naas.



Quakerstown Point-to-Point Races



Co. Clare


Contact Details

Paul O'Neill - 0879176243

How To Get There

By Road

From Galway/Kinvara
Follow the N18 towards Oranmore and remain on this road until you reach Gort. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Crowe Street. After 2.8km turn right and then follow 7.8km turn right following the road towards Tubber. Turn right in Tubber and continue along the road towards to Boston. Follow the signs to the Point to Point.

From Ballyvaughan:
Take the N67 out of the town towards Kinvara. Follow this road for 11 km and take a right turn followed by an immediate left turn to get on the road towards Boston. The racetrack will be on your right hand side.

From Dublin/Limerick/Shannon Airport/Ennis:
Take the M7 to Limerick. Continue on to the N18. Follow the M18. Take Exit 15 sign posted for Crusheen. At the roundabout take the second exit towards Crusheen. Once through Crusheen turn left towards Boston. Continue on this road until you see signs directing you into the race track on your left-hand side.

By Air

Quakerstown Point to Point is conveniently situated within 30 minutes of Shannon Airport. Then follow the above directions to reach the track.


Did You Know?

“Over 1,200 races on the track in Ireland & Britain were won by horses who had started their careers in an Irish Point-to-Point”.

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We have a number of excellent facilities at the track in addition to the above attractions which include:

•    Free Parking
•    Disabled parking and viewing area
•    Indoor Seated Pavilion
•    Food Stalls
•    Betting Ring
•    Portaloos including baby & toddler changing facilities & disabled access.


We will have a number of food outlets located at the track for the day which will serve a wide range of hot and cold foods and snacks for our patrons to enjoy

We will have a gourmet Barista serving the highest quality speciality teas and coffees throughout the day.

Some of our dedicated volunteers will also be on hand in the indoor seating pavilion to supply patrons with a range of hot and cold beverages for purchase.


There is no standard dress code for point to points but we would advise anyone attending the races to dress warmly and to be prepared for evertything that the Irish weather can throw at them. It is advisable to have appropriate footwear and outer wear for wet conditions. There is no harm is being stylish at the same time!
Dogs are encouraged to attend the point to point especially as there is a dog show which takes place on the day. It is important to note that ALL dogs attending the Point to Point are requested to be kept on a lead at ALL times. The Dog Show has an entry fee of ?3 per class and prizes and rosettes for the winners.
We welcome picnics but we also offer a number of on-course catering options for those who would rather not bring their own food. We ask that those who decide to picnic remember to collect all of their rubbish after them especially as the Burren is a designated area of natural beauty and it is important to maintain that.
There are a number of free activities available on course during the Point to Point to entertain the younger members of the family.
There is no ATM on course and we would advise anyone planning to attend to stop in one of the main towns en route to the racetrack.

As this meeting is a very important part of the local community, extra effort has been made by the committee to enhance the enjoyment of the occasion for all the family. The day promises to be a wonderful day of racing and entertainment for everyone.



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