Gates Open: 11:00 am
First Race: 13:00 pm
Admission Prices: €10, €5 for Students
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Track Biography:

We run a two-day point-to-point each spring beside the grounds of Durrow Abbey House and Durrow Church which was founded by St Columba in 553.

Durrow Point-to-Point Races



Co. Offaly


Contact Details

Colm O'Brennan - 0866044850

How To Get There

By Road

From the M6 motoroway- Exit at junction 6 for Kilbeggan. Once off the motorway, take the N52 Kilbeggan to Tullamore road. Durrow is three miles from this exit on the right hand side.

By Air

Our point-to-point is located an hour and ten minutes from Dublin airport.

Did You Know?

“Durrow point-to-point is located next door to the famous Durrow Abbey which was founded by St.Columba in 553 o 556”.

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We also provide a disability parking area with fence viewing on the home straight.

We also have a number of portaloo’s available on the day.

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 burgers and baps to chips and confectionary.

Race goers can purchase teas, coffees and soft drinks from our outside catering outlet.

No, we do not have an official dress code we just advise our race goers to dress appropriately for the weather.
We would prefer if dogs were not brought to the point-to-point.
Yes, we welcome visitors to bring their own picnics or refreshments.
At our point-to-point, we are lucky to have wide open spaces for children to play in a safe environment.
No we do not provide an ATM so we recommend that you make a stop in the nearby towns of Kilbeggan or Tullamore on your way to the races.

Set next to the beautiful Durrow Abbey House and grounds our well-presented race track with its compact location of parade ring, bookies, finish line and services give a pleasant race day experience close to the action.

Our point-to-point is located 10 minutes away from the town of Tullamore which has an abundance of pubs and restaurants as well as plenty of shops and popular tourist attractions such as Tullamore’s large distillery which makes Tullamore Dew, a popular Irish whiskey.

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