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Fri 28 Apr 2017

bet365 Classic Trial Day

Sat 29 Apr 2017

bet365 Jump Finale

Featured Event
Thu 25 May 2017

Brigadier Gerard Evening

Thu 08 Jun 2017

Clean Bandit and Louisa Johnson Live at Sandown Park

The Jockey Club Presents an evening at the races followed by Clean Bandit and Louisa Johnson at Sandown Park

Fri 16 Jun 2017

Afternoon Flat Racing

Sat 17 Jun 2017

Randox Gentlemens Day

Wed 19 Jul 2017

Tom Jones Live at Sandown Park

The Jockey Club Presents an evening at the races followed by Tom Jones at Sandown Park

Thu 10 Aug 2017

Olly Murs Live at Sandown Park

The Jockey Club Presents an evening at the races followed by Olly Murs at Sandown Park

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bet365 Jump Finale Classic Package

Sat 29 Apr 2017

  • Grandstand Enclosure

    Adult (PAH option available)

  • The Weir Hotel

    Double Room, Ensuite (Balcony)

from
£71.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Sandown Park’s Grandstand Enclosure provides a relaxed atmosphere for all and has no official dress code. Guests can enjoy access to the parade ring, bookmakers, catering facilities and bars.

Hotel information

This warm hotel is housed in a buzzy pub along the River Thames, and is a 3-mile stroll (via a picturesque towpath) from Hampton Court Palace, and 10 miles from Chessington World of Adventures. The 6 rooms are individually styled in a classic fashion. They all have TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. One room adds a 4-poster bed. The traditional pub is known for its hearty roasts, and has a beer garden that overlooks the Thames.

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bet365 Jump Finale Platinum Package

Sat 29 Apr 2017

  • Premier Enclosure

    Adult

  • DoubleTree by Hilton London Kingston Upon Thames

    Room, 1 Queen Bed, Accessible

from
£145.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

With the area situated directly opposite the finishing line, guests staying in the Premier Enclosure will be able to enjoy unrivalled views of the racing. Racegoers will also have full access to the Grandstand as well as access to exclusive bookmakers, catering facilities and bars (including the delightful Moet and Chandon Champagne Bar).

Hotel information

This upmarket hotel in a residential area is a 4-minute walk from Kingston Station, 3 miles from Richmond Park and 5 miles from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, the warm modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and laptop safes. Upgraded rooms add espresso machines; some have balconies. Suites have living areas with sofa beds and minifridges. There's 24-hour room service. Free cookies are provided upon arrival; breakfast is available for a fee. There's a bright contemporary restaurant and bar with outdoor seating. Other amenities include a 24-hour fitness room and a ballroom.

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Enclosures

Where to be for the best views

GRANDSTAND ENCLOSURE

Sandown Park’s Grandstand Enclosure provides a relaxed atmosphere for all and has no official dress code. Guests can enjoy access to the parade ring, bookmakers, catering facilities and bars.

PREMIER ENCLOSURE

With the area situated directly opposite the finishing line, guests staying in the Premier Enclosure will be able to enjoy unrivalled views of the racing. Racegoers will also have full access to the Grandstand as well as access to exclusive bookmakers, catering facilities and bars (including the delightful Moet and Chandon Champagne Bar).

Portsmouth Road, Esher, Surrey KT10 9AJ
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Travel Information

How to find us

Directions

BY RAIL

Esher Rail Station is only a 25 minute train journey from London Waterloo. Whilst there is a taxi rank and a minibus on racedays, Sandown Park’s main entrance is only a 10 minute flat walk from the station. The racecourse can be easily reached by turning left out of the station onto Station Road and then right at the T- junction joining the A307 Portsmouth Road, where the entrance is on the right hand side.

BY AIR

London airports Heathrow and Gatwick are approximately 12 and 25 miles away by road respectively.

Visitors wishing to enquire about using Sandown Park's helipad should contact the racecourse in advance on 01372 46 43 48.

Parking

BY ROAD

If travelling from London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs to Sandown Park, before exiting onto the A307 and following brown venue signs. Alternatively, from the M25, exit at Junction 10 and follow the A3 towards London before exiting onto the A307 and following the brown venue signs.

Those using a Sat Nav are advised to enter 'Portsmouth Road' rather than the Sandown Park postcode. This will bring guests to the main car park just off the A307 (Esher High Street), which is directly in front of the main entrance.

PARKING

Parking in the centre of the racecourse can be reached from the More Lane entrance and is both free and plentiful. Alternatively, it is possible to park in the main car park off the Portsmouth Road for £6.

Dress Codes

What to wear

Although there is no strict dress code, smart dress is strongly suggested, particularly on major race days. To help match the standards set on the course, Sandown Park politely recommends that gentlemen wear suits and ties, whilst ladies wear dresses and hats.

PREMIER ENCLOSURE

Gentleman within the Premier Enclosure should wear a collared shirt, polo shirt, or polo necked jumpers. Although not compulsory, many will also wear jackets and ties. Likewise, Ladies are encouraged to dress for a special occasion. Hats and fascinators are optional.

Please note that while smart jeans are allowed, shorts, sports trainers, sportswear, and flip flops are NOT permitted in this enclosure.

GRANDSTAND ENCLOSURE

There is no specific dress code in the Grandstand Enclosure. However, whilst still being relaxed, Sandown Park politely asks that no football shirts or vests are worn.

Racecourse Information

The History

Located in Esher, Surrey, Sandown Park is one of 15 racecourses in the UK owned and run by Jockey Club Racecourses. Opened in 1875, the track was the first purpose-built racecourse with enclosures, designed to be a leisure destination. Sandown Park’s feature race every year is the Eclipse Stakes, a 1 mile 2 furlongs Group 1 race. This race takes place on the Sandown Coral Eclipse Day in July. In 2015, Derby winning horse Golden Horn won the race very comfortably.

Sandown stages top quality racing under both flat and national hunt rules. The main flat circuit is run right handed over an oval course measuring one mile five furlongs in circumference. The run in is four furlongs in length, and is a consistent uphill climb. The sprint course is a diagonal off the long course, and climbs throughout its five furlong length. Sandown suits gallopers who are blessed with a combination of pace and stamina.

The steeplechase course is also run right handed, but is slightly larger in circumference, being around one mile five and a half furlongs in circuit length. On the steeplechase course, the home straight is an uphill climb throughout its entire length. Conversely, there is a descent from the turn out off the home straight, which continues until the horses enter the back straight. The steeplechase course has eleven testing fences, which occur in the following circuit pattern: three plain fences, the first open ditch, six more plain fences, and a double width open ditch. On the final circuit, this last ditch fence is replaced by an adjacent plain fence, and then there is a run in to the winning post.