What you get from our Sandown racing tips today
You are probably wondering what goes in to our Sandown horse racing tips? Well, wonder no longer! You get detailed analysis from expert tipsters who have been giving betting tips on horses for a long time. Sometimes, the racing tips for Sandown on offer focus on a specific feature race. Other tipping previews will look at the best of the equine action from an entire card.
Whatever format our Sandown racing tips have, there are three selections from the experts to consider. The first is our NAP – an old industry term that means it’s the best bet in the race or from the card. This will always be not only a likely winner, but a horse with some value in its price. The thing about our Sandown horse racing tips is, with many races held at the track being so competitive, there are bound to be dangers. We highlight which horses fit this category in certain races. Alternatively, our next best bet (NB) from another race is a second value put to consider. That just leaves the each-way (EW) angle. We know some of you bettors out there love to gamble at bigger odds, so our racing tips for Sandown even cater for you.
Please remember that our Sandown racing tips quote prices that were available at the time of writing and that odds are subject to constant change and fluctuation. For Flat fixtures, we always endeavour to publish them 48 hours before the race. With jumps events, declarations are a little different but you can expect to see racing tips for Sandown the day before. These all come free of charge! Check out the latest Sandown racing tips today!
Sandown horse racing tips on the Flat
The Flat Sandown racing tips given here mainly focus on horses running at Esher from April through until August. With the Sandown Mile, Classic Trial and Gordon Richards Stakes among the Group action on a big Friday evening in the spring, there’s plenty to bet on. In May, there is a Thursday card colloquially known as Brigadier Gerard evening and this is a very important meeting, so our racing tips for Sandown include this too.
Our Sandown horse racing tips look at the Henry II Stakes over 2m, because that race has been used by Gold Cup hopefuls heading to Royal Ascot. Another Group 3, the Brigadier Gerard itself is a 1m 2f contest also for older horses with hopes of winning in front of royalty. The race is a stepping stone to the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, so that’s why Sandown racing tips are given.
By far the most important of racing tips for Sandown, though, is Eclipse day. A Group 1 test over a mile-and-a-quarter open to three-year-olds and up, it sits about halfway between Royal Ascot and the King George back at that nearby track later on in July. The Eclipse has a hugely illustrious roll of honour and most top middle-distance Flat thoroughbreds have tried their luck in it.
In August, there are clues for the future when the Group 3 Solario Stakes for two-year-olds is run over 7f here. Another event to feature in our Sandown horse racing tips here is the extended mile Group 3 Atalanta Stakes for fillies and mares.
Our Sandown racing tips over jumps
Come the National Hunt season, racing tips for Sandown switch from speed to a greater focus on stamina. There is more elite jumps action at this course than on the Flat. Our Sandown racing tips reflect that during the winter months. It undergoes a transformation from one code to the other much like Doncaster does in Yorkshire. National Hunt events at Sandown Park are targeted by Cheltenham Festival hopefuls aplenty.
Tingle Creek day in December is a huge day for Sandown horse racing tips. The Grade 1 Tingle Creek Chase over about two miles is a test for Queen Mother Champion Chase contenders. In and around this main event are the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase over the same course and distance, and London National – a stamina test run as a handicap over three-and-a-half miles.
You will also find Sandown racing tips on the Grade 1 Tolworth Novices’ Hurdle. This race is run in the depths of winter in January. The Scilly Isles Novices’ Chase over two-and-a-half miles can be a guide as to who to back at Cheltenham Festival too. The racing tips for Sandown really are important over jumps, then.
Big betting handicaps like the Imperial Cup and EBF Novices’ Handicap Hurdle Final add a competitive nature to our hunt for Sandown horse racing tips. The Jumps Finale card at the end of April is perhaps the best day of action, though. We give Sandown racing tips for the Grade 1 Celebration Chase, the Grade 2 Oaksey Chase and Select Hurdle, and the Grade 3 bet365 Gold Cup – a historic handicap chase over almost three-and-three-quarter miles. With our Sandown horse racing tips, there’s always something to bet on!