Sporting Art by Snaffles Lionel Edwards Cecil Aldin Alfred Munnings Tom Carr and Gilbert Holiday
The Sandown Racing prints, pictures and paintings listed below, represent a small selection of works available. If you can’t see the Sandown Park Print, picture or painting that you’re looking for then contact us on 07889 800857
Sandown Park is a horse racing course and leisure venue in Esher, Surrey, located in the outer suburbs of London. Read More
It hosts 5 Grade One races over jumps and one Group 1 flat race, the Eclipse Stakes. It regularly has horse racing during afternoons, evenings and on weekends.
Sandown Park was one of the first courses to charge all for attending. It opened in 1875 and everyone had to pay at least half a crown. The first meeting was over three days, starting on Thursday 22 April, and included the Grand National Hunt Chase, now staged at the Cheltenham Festival. The Grand International Steeple Chase took place on the Saturday, worth £2,130 to the winner, and was the largest prize for a steeplechase that season, unusually even eclipsing that for the Liverpool Grand National.