Sandown Park, Epsom Downs and Kempton Park are offering EclipseMagazine.co.uk readers up to 40% off raceday tickets when booked in advance.

Between them, the three racecourses feature Jump, Flat and All-Weather racing of the highest quality, plus great Family Days, feature days and festivals.

The discount applies to over 100 racedays including the Coral Eclipse Meeting and the Tingle Creek Meeting at Sandown, Ladies Day and Jump Sunday at Kempton, and the Spring Meeting, Family Fun Day and Season Finale at Epsom.

In some cases you can obtain tickets for just £5 for All-Weather or £10 for feature days using the discount.

Epsom Downs Racecourse is located in the heart of the Surrey countryside, with enviable views of the London skyline. Epsom Station is connected by both South West Trains and Southern Trains, running from London Waterloo and London Victoria. Take a 10-minute taxi or bus ride from the station. Tattenham Corner Station is approximately a half-mile walk to the racecourse. Epsom Downs Station is approximately a one-mile walk to the racecourse.

Read more and book tickets at http://epsom.thejockeyclub.co.uk/

Established in 1878, Kempton Park is one of London’s closest racecourses, just 16 miles from the city of London and steeped in history. Kempton Park Racecourse boasts its own train station on-site – Kempton Park – which is situated 200 yards from the North entrance. Trains run every half an hour direct from London Waterloo with the journey time being just 40 minutes.

Read more and book tickets at http://kempton.thejockeyclub.co.uk/

Sandown Park Racecourse is located in a picturesque parkland setting in the town of Esher, Surrey. It is within the M25 and only 25 minutes by train from London Waterloo or 15 miles from South West London.

Read more and book tickets at http://sandown.thejockeyclub.co.uk/

The discount is applied by quoting Promotional Code: JCECLIPSE when booking tickets online in advance.

Happy racing!

Please note, discount does not apply to Music nights, the Derby Festival and the William Hill Festival.

Karen Sargeant

Karen Sargeant

Karen can usually be found glued to her computer or at the stables. Having edited several national magazines she co-founded Eclipse Magazine in 2008 after realising that many of her friends were nervous about going racing due to lack of information – what to wear, how to bet etc.

She absolutely loves her job (how many people can say that?!) and is truly grateful to all supporters of and contributors to Eclipse Magazine.

If you are reading this she would like to say THANK YOU! (And please spread the word about Eclipse...!!)
Karen Sargeant