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  • 25Km South-East of Melbourne CBD

  • PO Box 231, Caulfield East, Vic. 3145Ph. (03) 9257 7200 Fax (03) 9257 7210

Sandown racecourse is the second most significant of the courses that the Melbourne Racing Club utilises.

Sandown has two tracks which effectively part at the end of the back straight and re-join into the home running.

The extended course is known as the Hillside track and the older, traditional one is the Lakeside course.

Sandown has for many years been the ‘workhorse’ of the Victorian industry hosting many midweek cards each season.

Opened in 1965, it is situated around the Springvale area of the City of Greater Dandenong....

Last 12 Meetings

09 DEC 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 8m Entire Circuit.880
02 DEC 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 8m Entire Circuit.873
25 NOV 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 4m Entire Circuit.898
14 NOV 2020

R1 - R10 GOOD

True Entire Circuit.1092
09 SEP 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

Out 10m Entire Circuit.989
26 AUG 2020

R2 - R8 SOFT

Out 6m Entire Circuit.871
12 AUG 2020

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 2m Entire Circuit.883
22 JUL 2020

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 12m Entire Circuit.888
24 JUN 2020


Out 8m Entire Circuit.882
17 JUN 2020

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 3m Entire Circuit.879
13 MAY 2020

R1 - R8 SOFT

True Entire Circuit.893
29 APR 2020


Out 12m Entire Circuit.869

Track Map Guide

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