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Coral-Eclipse Trends

6/10 – Winning favorites
4/10 – Aged five-years-old
4/10 – Aged three-years-old
3/10 – Trained by John Gosden
2/10 – Aged four-years-old

Coral-Eclipse Tips 2019

Coral-Eclipse tips and betting preview including analysis and trends for the 2019 running of the Group 1 contest from Sandown. One of the premier races that Sandown stages each year, the Coral-Eclipse is run over the ten-furlong distance and has a very smart role of honor that includes in recent years Golden Horn and Sea The Stars. As always with all the big races in Britain, you can find all our runner by runner analysis on the race on site now, including a free selection of who we think will take the contest!

Coral-Eclipse Betting

With the Coral-Eclipse being Sandown’s showpiece race of the flat season, bookies will try and get competitive with each other in terms of offering enhanced terms. From extra places (depending on the field size), to price boosts, there is plenty you can take advantage of, so it pays to shop around for the best deals!

Coral-Eclipse Previous Winners

2018 – Roaring Lion (7/4f)
2017 – Ulysses (8/1)
2016 – Hawkbill (6/1)
2015 – Golden Horn (4/9f)
2014 – Mukhadram (14/1)
2013 – Al Kazeem (15/8f)
2012 – Nathaniel (7/2)
2011 – So You Think (4/11f)
2010- Twice Over (13/8f)
2009 – Sea The Stars (4/7f)

Coral-Eclipse Runners & Entries

This year’s renewal centers around the return of Enable, with John Gosden’s star mare looking to win a third-straight Arc this year. All her best form has come over twelve furlongs, which is a question mark, with her race fitness against some very smart rivals another potential doubt. She’s clearly the class of the field though, and will be hoping that talent can get her through this test.

She’ll have plenty to think about, however, with potential entries including St James’s Palace winner Circus Maximus, Lockinge winner Mustashry and a potentially resurgent Telecaster.

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