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Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Ryan Moore 213 50 23
2nd James Doyle 165 29 18
3rd Jim Crowley 191 27 14
4th William Buick 155 26 17
5th Silvestre De Sousa 111 22 20


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Jamie Moore 44 15 34
2nd Daryl Jacob 36 13 36
3rd Sam Twiston-Davies 49 11 22
4th Barry Geraghty 36 9 25
5th Richard Johnson 47 9 19


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Richard Hannon 298 41 14
2nd John Gosden 154 35 23
3rd Sir Michael Stoute 130 33 25
4th Clive Cox 109 20 18
5th William Haggas 69 17 25


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Nicky Henderson 100 29 29
2nd Gary Moore 69 10 14
3rd Paul Nicholls 69 10 14
4th Alan King 44 9 20
5th Philip Hobbs 33 7 21
Sandown Chase Course
Sandown Chase Course
Sandown Chase Course

Tips for Sandown Races

Sandown Park, located in the outer suburbs of London in Esher, is one of the UK’s most high profile courses as it has top class racing from both the flat and jump scenes. First opened in 1875, it was the first course in the country to have a members’ enclosure and also one of the first to charge all for attending.

Course: The flat track is of galloping nature and has a 4 furlong run-in that is uphill, meaning we need our tips to fully stay the distance in order to win. There is also a separate 5 furlong track in the centre which is uphill all the way.

The jumps course is a right-handed oval with a circuit of 13 furlongs and has the famous ‘Railway Fences’ on the far side which come thick and fast. Our tips need to be sound jumpers as if those obstacles aren’t jumped smoothly, it can cost you the race.

Draw Bias: Generally on the 5 furlong track it’s better to be drawn low as being able to bag the rail can be an advantage at Sandown, even more so on softer ground.

Over 7 furlongs it’s also better to be drawn low as there is a bend close to the start which is advantageous to be close to as to not concede ground.

Feature Races: On the flat the Coral Eclipse is the big race of the year in July, a Group 1 over a mile and a quarter, won by some brilliant horses including Sea The Stars and Golden Horn.

Sandown hosts 5 Grade 1’s over jumps each season, with the feature probably being the Tingle Creek Chase in December which is often seen as a trial towards the Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.


Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9AJ

General Admission or tel 0344 5793012

How to Get There

Air - 12m, London (Heathrow).
Air - 4m, Kingston Bus Stn, direct to course.
Road - From London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs to Sandown Park. From M25, exit at Jctn 10, A3 towards London, exit onto A307 and follow brown venue signs.
Rail - Adjoining course, Esher Stn (from London Waterloo) approx every 15 minutes.

Disabled Facilities

Good facilities

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