Sandown racecard, runners and riders & favourites on 2022 Jump Finale day

All eyes on Sandown for the last day of the Jumps season in the UK.


The curtain comes down on the National Hunt season in the UK on Saturday as Sandown plays host to the Jump Finale.

A super seven-race card awaits with a whole host of top runners set to run, while the human stars of the game will be crowned as the campaign reaches a thrilling conclusion. Paul Nicholls is closing on a 13th trainers’ championship, Brian Hughes has a huge lead in the jockeys’ championship, while JP McManus nears the owners’ championship.


The Celebration Chase provides Grade 1 quality as last year’s winner Greaneteen attempts to defend his crown although the likes of Envoi Allen, Nube Negra and Sceau Royal could put up a fight.

Other highlights include the Gold Cup potentially featuring Scottish Grand National 1-2 Win My Wings and Kitty’s Light, and the Grade 2 Oaksey Chase.

What races are on the card at Sandown on Saturday?

We’ve got all the information you could possibly need about Saturday’s contests at Sandown on our snazzy Racecards page including the runners and riders, weights, odds and horse-by-horse analysis.

You can head over to the Racecards tab at the top of page now to start swotting up, otherwise, you’ll find Sandown’s Jump Finale race schedule and start times below.

1:50: bet365 Novices’ Championship Final Handicap Hurdle
2:25: bet365 Oaksey Chase (Grade 2) (For The Menorah Challenge Trophy)
3:00: bet365 Celebration Chase (Grade 1)
3:32: bet365 Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3)
4:07: bet365 Select Hurdle (Grade 2)
4:40: bet365 Josh Gifford Novices’ Handicap Chase
5:15: bet365 Handicap Hurdle

Who are the favourites to win at Sandown on Saturday?

Paul Nicholls’ Knappers Hill heads the betting with Paddy Power for the Novices’ Championship Final Handicap Hurdle after bouncing back with a win at Newton Abbot last time out.

The Ditcheat trainer is fancied to finish the season with a flourish as he also saddles the favourite for the Oaksey Chase. Hitman has been in the frame on all four of his runs this season including the Melling Chase at Aintree last time out.

Nube Negra, who missed the Cheltenham Festival, leads the market for the Celebration Chase as Dan Skelton’s former Spanish Flat runner attempts to land his first Grade 1 success.

Kitty’s Light finished behind Win My Wings in the Scottish Grand National at Ayr earlier this month but is fancied to reverse the form with his stablemate in the Gold Cup thanks to a favourable 12lbs swing in the handicap.

*Odds quoted on the widget are Future Racing / Antepost prices which means that if your selection does not run in the race for whatever reason – you will lose your stake under traditional Antepost rules

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