Racecards - Saturday 7th July 2012 | At The Races

They were left wobbling again after Frankie rode a treble at Coral's Summer Festival at Sandown on Saturday, which was headlined by Enable's sensational return in the Eclipse Stakes. Coral went 'starting price' [SP] only on his final two rides after the Group One feature at 3:35, in an attempt to keep their giveaway margins down. Coral-Eclipse Stakes - Next Runs: Sandown - Saturday, 27th June 2020 The Eclipse Stakes is a Group 1 flat horse race for three-year-old and above thoroughbreds. It was first run in 1886 and is named after 18th century racehorse Eclipse who won all 18 races of his career. Named after the 18th-century racehorse Eclipse, this Group 1 race is run over one mile, one furlong and two-hundred nine yards (2,002m) and is open to runners who are aged three-years-old or older.Established in 1886, the race takes place in July of each year at Sandown and is currently sponsored by Coral.. The Eclipse runners run off 8-11 if they are 3yo runners and 9-7 if they are older with A Look Ahead - The Coral Eclipse Stakes The next Group One feature this summer is the Eclipse Stakes run at Sandown Park racecourse over the mile-and-a-quarter distance. The event was established in 1886 having been named after an 18th-century horse called Eclipse, and has been sponsored by Coral since 1976. 2020 Bunbury Cup Preview, Trends & Analysis 2021 Coral Charge Preview, Trends & Analysis 2021 Coral-Eclipse Stakes Preview, One of the popular betting handicaps of the turf flat season in England, the Bunbury Cup is named in honour of Sir Charles Bunbury who founded the two English Classics (1000 & 2000 Guineas) staged at Newmarket

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