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|Rank||Jockey Name||Runs||Wins||Win %|
|2nd||Mr P W Mullins||77||27||35|
|Rank||Trainer Name||Runs||Wins||Win %|
|1st||W P Mullins||342||73||21|
|3rd||Mrs John Harrington||149||30||20|
|4th||Henry De Bromhead||112||22||20|
Located in County Kildare in Ireland, Punchestown is one of the countries premier National Hunt tracks. With a racing season from October through to June, it hosts 14 Grade 1 races throughout the year and attracts the best of the best jump horses both from Ireland and the UK. It also has the unique ‘Banks’ track for Cross Country races, the only one of it’s kind in Ireland.
Course: It is a right-handed, undulating track where the hurdles circuit is a mile and six furlongs while the chase version is two miles. It’s a fair track so we don’t have to worry about whether our tips need to be ridden a particular way.
Feature Races: We have tips for all the major races at Punchestown, including for the five-day festival in April, which is showered in quality. The Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle in January is always a race to watch closely with horses such as Vautour, Douvan and Min claiming it in recent years. The Morgiana Hurdle in November is a key trial for the Cheltenham Festival with Hurricane Fly, Nicholls Canyon and Faugheen on the role of honour. Lastly, the John Durkan in December has been used as a stepping stone by Don Cossack, Djakadam and Sizing John in the past.
Naas, Co Kildare, Ireland
Air - Dublin. Helicopter landing available if arranged in advance
Air - Punchestown offers regular bus services from Dublin City Centre for festival meetings only. For full details, visit www.punchestown.com. Non-festival, get a bus to Naas (JJ Kavanagh, Dublin Coach and Bus Eireann offer regular services) and get a taxi
Road - 37 km south of Dublin on the N7. 115 km north-west of Rosslare port
Rail - Newbridge (14 km) is the closest railway station, from where a taxi can be taken to the racecourse.
Reserved areas overlooking parade ring and track. Lifts provide access to all levels of the grandstand. Reserved car park for disabled racegoers close to entrance