tingle creek chase

Horse Racing

Tingle Creek Chase Day

🏇 They’re under starters orders at Sandown Park for Tingle Creek Chase Day.  National Hunt racing at its best is guaranteed at one Sandown’s biggest racedays of the year.  Tickets are on sale now. 

The Betfair Tingle Creek Festival is back for 2019, an ever-popular occasion for friends and family to get together before Christmas to enjoy top quality jump racing action.

The feature of the festival is the Tingle Creek Chase, a race steeped in history testing speed and jumping for the best two mile chasers around.  This Grade 1 (the highest quality races in National Hunt) feature race is one of the biggest staged at Sandown Park and attracts the best horses and jockeys from afar.

The roll call of champions includes Flagship Uberalles (a three-time winner) and the legendary Kauto Star.  And over the last 10 years equine stars such as Sprinter Sacre and Master Minded have prevailed, with last year’s race seeing jump racing world record holder, Altior, claim the prize; but who will it be this year?

Today’s action features not one but two Grade 1 showdowns, with the Randoxhealth.com Henry VIII Novices’ Chase likely to feature the stars of the futures.  

🗝️ Gates open: 10.30am.

🏇 First race12.15pm.

🏇 Last race: 3.35pm. 

🎟️ Tickets in advance available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.

🎟️ Tickets on the day subject to availability.  Checking the Sandown Park Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.  Under 18s (maximum of 2) are free when accompanied by an adult.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: Free car parking is available in the centre of the racecourse accessible from the More Lane entrance.  Parking in the main Sandown Park car park off Portsmouth Road costs £5.

The train is recommended if travelling by public transport from central London.  Esher railway station – a 30-minute journey from London Waterloo – is the nearest one to course.  The station is a 10-minute walk from the main entrance which can be reached by crossing the centre of the course on racedays.  Note: Esher station is located outside of Zones 1-6 and paper ticket should be purchased as Oyster Cards are not valid.  For train times visit the National Rail website or call 08457 48 49 50.

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