The Tingle Creek Chase is a Grade 1 chase run over two miles at Sandown Park, with 13 fences to be negotiated.
One of the last Grade 1 jump races in the UK before Christmas, it’s an important race for horses aiming to contest the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
It’s a race that has been won by some of the best two-mile chasers in history and has been a happy hunting ground for trainer Paul Nicholls, who has saddled the winner of the Tingle Creek a staggering 12 times, most recently with Greaneteen in 2021.
This year’s Tingle Creek Chase will be run on Saturday, December 9, and will be shown live on ITV Racing, with five runners set to go to post.
The favourite is the JP McManus-owned Jonbon, who made a successful reappearance when landing the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham three weeks ago.
Second at Cheltenham that day was Edwardstone, who reopposes here, and who will be keen to reverse the form in a race that he won in 2022.
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Tingle Creek Chase Tips
The Tingle Creek Chase is one of two Grade 1 races run at Sandown on the same afternoon, the other being the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase, with a huge crowd typically attending at the Esher track to enjoy the high-quality racing action.
Our tipping expert, Alan Kelly, has an 11/4 tip for the Tingle Creek - click on his link below for full details!
Tingle Creek Chase Betting Tips & Stats Guide
What Happened Last Year?
Edwardstone won the 2022 Tingle Creek Chase, putting in a scintillating performance to run out a comfortable nine-length winner in his first run in open company.
Sent off at 5/1, Edwardstone took the lead two fences from home and powered away from Greaneteen in second place, with the favourite, Shishkin, back in third.
When & Where Is The 2023 Tingle Creek?
The Tingle Creek Chase is the feature race of Sandown’s two-day Tingle Creek Meeting, which also sees the Grade 1 Henry VIII Novices’ Chase taking place.
This year’s Tingle Creek is scheduled to be run on Saturday, December 9, with a bumper festive crowd expected at Sandown.
Recent Tingle Creek Winners
The Tingle Creek is an early-season target for the top two-mile chasers, aiming to use victory in the race as a springboard to success in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
Over the years, the race has been won by some top-quality horses, including Desert Orchid, Moscow Flyer, and Kauto Star.
The table below lists the last five winners of the Tingle Creek.
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When is the 2023 Tingle Creek Chase?
The 2023 Tingle Creek will be run on Saturday, December 9.
Where is the Tingle Creek run?
The Tingle Creek is run annually at Sandown Park Racecourse.
Who won the 2022 Tingle Creek Chase?
Edwardstone won the 2023 Tingle Creek, trained by Alan King, and ridden by Tom Cannon.
Where can I watch the Tingle Creek?
The Tingle Creek will be shown live on ITV Racing ITV Racing and online via ITVX. Alternatively, the race will also be available to stream at various online bookmakers.