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There will be two meetings held at the Tattersalls venue this Autumn season, with the Meath & Tara's holding the first fixture in October and then the Louth Hunt will return holding their annual autumn fixture in December.
Racing enthusiasts have acknowledged it as a firm fixture in the autumn point-to-point calendar.
Set on over 220 acres of lush green Meath countryside, a huge amount of work takes place throughout the year by Eugene O’ Neill and his team at Tattersalls to ensure the track is in excellent condition for all that come through the gate. Tattersalls host a number of equestrian national and international events throughout the year and can offer the best equestrian facilities in the world. Tattersalls can offer the competitors permanent on-site stabling facilities.
Tattersalls Point-to-Point Races
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How To Get There
Take the M1 to Drogheda, turn right onto R152 sign posted for Duleek, Ashbourne and Ratoath. Follow signposts for Tayto Park on right hand side – a further 10 minute drive.
Take the M3 sign posted for Cavan / Navan. At the M3 train station take the R147 followed by the R155.
From the N7
Take the M50 North (sign posted Dublin Airport). Take the first exit after the toll bridge - M3 exit (sign posted Blanchardstown / Cavan). At the M3 train station take the R147 followed by the R155.
Dublin Airport is located within very close proximity; about a 30 minute drive from the course.
Did You Know?
“Tattersalls point-to-point used to hold a cross country race around the land used for the annual three-day event that is held over the June bank holiday weekend”.
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Combined with our free parking, we are lucky to have a clear viewing track that allows race goers to get up close to the action, often from the comfort of their car, should they wish to bring their own picnic for the family.
There are certain parts of the track that can be used to facilitate disabled parking so as to cater for every eager race goer.
We have a number of portaloo’s situated around the course which also includes baby and toddler changing facilities.
We are fortunate to have a hard-working committee who volunteer a lot of their time in the lead up to the point-to-point with many members providing delicious homemade soups, sandwiches, cakes and buns in the catering marquee that is located close to the parade ring and the action.
If you are still feeling peckish during your days racing we also have some fast food units that serve burgers, baps and tasty chips to keep you full for the day.
Our dedicated volunteers in the catering marquee are on hand all day to serve you hot teas, coffees and soup along with soft drinks and juices for the younger race goers.
Soft drinks may also be purchased from our outside catering unit.
If you would like something a little stronger we will also be serving hot toddy’s, the perfect warmer upper, with additional alcohol options also available to purchase from the catering marquee.
Tattersalls point-to-point is the perfect day out for the family in the countryside and as an added bonus for parents all children U16 have free admission.
Race goers have the opportunity to get a close up of the action when the runners are being saddled and paraded in the parade ring before their race. The fence in our home straight allows you to get a perfect viewing point of each race.
With Dublin city only 30 minutes from the track, there is an endless amount of attractions to keep you busy within the area.