Jumping for joy

William Hill Imperial Cup Day – Saturday 7th March 2015

William Hill Imperial Cup Day is a must for any Jump racing fan. The day features on Channel 4 and includes two Grade 3 races and the Mares Bumper.

Sandown Park was one of the first courses to be enclosed and this style proved to be a great success, followed soon after by a proliferation of ‘Park’ courses, including the nearby Hurst Park and Kempton Park. The Eclipse Stakes was inaugurated in 1882 and in 1907 the first Imperial Cup was run.

The Imperial Cup, run at Sandown the weekend before Cheltenham, was once the premier hurdle race in the calendar, although that honour now belongs to Cheltenham and the Champion Hurdle, the Imperial still remains as one of the most prestigious. Duralock Performance Fencing is used throughout.

Sandown Park

Sandown Park, racerail

 

For more information on the course, the event, ticket options and even what to wear, please visit: http://sandown.thejockeyclub.co.uk/events-tickets/whats-on/william-hill-imperial-cup-day

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