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Read our handy guide for what to wear to a raceday, whatever the occasion.

Jump racing style


During the colder months of the year we enjoy the return of Jump racing to Sandown Park Racecourse. Different to our summer fixtures, the style is smart while being comfortable and warm.


A tweed jacket or blazer is a popular choice for winter - while looking stylish and on trend, they're also normally heavy-weight, perfect for keeping the cold off. While hats aren't necessary, they're great for when it's cold and wet!


We ask gentleman to wear a collared shirt, polo shirt or polo necked jumpers. Many will wear jackets and ties, however these are not compulsory. Smart jeans are also permitted. We encourage ladies to dress for a special occasion. Hats and fascinators are welcome but not essential.


Please note that shorts, sports trainers, sportswear and flip flops are not permitted.


There is a relaxed dress code in our Grandstand Enclosure; smart shorts, smart denim jeans and trainers are acceptable.


Please note that football shirts and vests are not permitted.


If you're joining us in Hospitality, smart casual dress code is required. Jackets, trousers and a collared shirt are encouraged. Smart denim jeans are acceptable. If you have any specific requirements, you can email us.




Please note that shorts, sports trainers, sportswear and flip flops are not permitted.


Should you be considering fancy dress, this is permitted in the Grandstand Enclosure only, and should not be offensive. If you are planning to wear fancy dress, please contact us in advance, in order to avoid disappointment on the day.


In the event of one or all or your party being refused admission, no refund will be offered.

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