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GETTING TO THE RACECOURSE

BY ROAD

 

The racecourse is located in a picturesque parkland setting in the town of Esher, Surrey within the M25.  Exit at J10 and follow the A3 towards London, exit onto the A307 and follow the brown venue signs.  From London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs.

 

Owners and Trainers with a horse running on the day will be directed to the designated Portsmouth Road Owners’ and Trainers’ Car Park area.

 

Please note: Electric Car Charging Points are not available on racedays.

 

DISABLED PARKING

 

We have dedicated blue badge parking in the Portsmouth Road car park.  A wheelchair can be provided, if required.  Please contact Petra Gough, in advance, to make arrangements.

 

BY AEROPLANE

 

The racecourse is approximately 20 miles from London Heathrow and 25 miles from London Gatwick. 

 

BY HELICOPTER

 

There is a helipad in the centre of the course – prior approval is required for landing.  Fairoaks Airport, located in Chobham, is available for landing small fixed wing aircraft.

BY TRAIN

 

Esher station is 25 mins from London Waterloo.  If you are planning to come by train, we have courtesy buses running at regular intervals between Esher Station and Sandown Park.  They will drop you at the Main Entrance and take you back to the station after racing.  Trains run at 30 minute intervals. 

Map Marker: Sandown Park Racecourse

Where to find us

Sandown Park Racecourse
Portsmouth Rd, Esher, Surrey
KT10 9AJ

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Accommodation

Where to stay when you're visiting Sandown Park

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Badge Allocation

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Facilities

Our exclusive facility has been newly extended and refurbished.

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