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Enable is the even money favourite going into the big race at Sandown on Saturday, the Coral Eclipse. If you think Frankie Dettori can steer the John Gosden-trained five year old to victory, Mr Green has an exceptional betting offer for you:
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Coral Eclipse Tips and Betting Offers, Sandown, Saturday 6th July 2019
This Saturday our attention turns to Sandown as the Surrey based racecourse prepares for its biggest occasion of the summer season, Coral Eclipse Day. Seven fantastic races are lined-up but it’s the Group 1 event that the day is named after which is the true star of the show. When established in 1866, its prize fund of £10,000 made it the richest race in Britain. Although that’s no longer the case today, the 1m 2f contests is able to boast a huge £750,000 purse.
Coral Eclipse Betting Tips and Offers
- Enable to win at evens with Ladbrokes or 20/1 with MR GREEN (new customer offer)
- Telecaster each way 14/1 with Betfair
John Gosden’s remarks earlier in the week regarding superstar Enable have certainly helped to increase the excitement surrounding this Coral Eclipse running. Last year’s winning trainer said that “the plan is to go for the Eclipse and we couldn’t be happier with her”. Frankie Dettori was similarly optimistic believing that preparations have gone smoothly and that the Arc winner is raring to go. If as fit as those close to her have claimed, there’s little doubt that the supremely talented mare can claim what would be a 10th successive victory.
Having finished less than a length behind Enable in the Breeders’ Cup Turf eight months ago, can Magical (11/2, Betfair) spoil the favourite’s much awaited return? The fellow mare suffered her first defeat of the campaign at Royal Ascot but you can excuse what was a hard fought loss to Crystal Ocean. There are no question marks regarding her fitness but the daughter of Galileo is simply not quite able to hit the same peaks as Enable, something that could prove decisive.
Set to join alongside the Magical act is stablemate Circus Maximum (6/1, Betfair), surprise champion of the St James’ Palace Stakes last month. After winning such an elite contest, it’s only fair that the three-year-old is taken seriously for this weekend’s showpiece event. There are concerns whether this distance is best-suited for him though. Royal Ascot success came when stepping down to one mile and had the contest been any longer the colt would’ve certainly lost out.
Looking far more likely to relish a 10 furlong test is Telecaster, winner of the Dante Stakes at York over the same distance. He flopped badly in the Derby the following month but it was purely a stamina issue at Epsom. The 5/1 shot had been running well during the fast-paced race but began to go backwards two furlongs out. Hughie Morrison is spot on returning him to his proven distance and the young colt could well slip into the places especially as the predicted good going is ideal.
A course and distance last time out is certainly not a bad way to prepare for the Coral Eclipse. Regal Reality (7/1, Betfair) had tried and failed at Sandown previously but a change in distance did the trick for Michael Stoute’s horse. The impressive nature of his near four length victory is one that very much puts him on the radar but further improvements would be required if he’s to stand a realistic chance. Certainly one to watch out for but Telecaster remains our outside selection here thanks to his 10lb advantage.