Navan Racecourse is a horse racing venue at Proudstown near Navan, County Meath, Ireland, approximately 30 miles from Dublin. The course stages Flat racing but is best known for National Hunt racing.
Navan is a left-handed, rectangular track with a circuit of a mile and a half with a chute for the 5 and 6 furlong races which joins this. It is generally galloping in character with a stiff, uphill finishing straight of around three and a half furlongs. Conditions can become very testing on soft or heavy ground and ability to see out the trip is crucial.
Not much of a bias, maybe just favouring low drawn runners unless you are drawn really high.
Again not much of a bias although you wouldn't want to be drawn really high.
The charts above indicate the percentage of races which were won from each stall number in handicap races.