An incredibly small but slick field is expected to tackle the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park.
The Eclipse Stakes is one of the most valuable races of the Flat season and the Group 1 contest challenges each runner’s speed and stamina over a distance of 1m 2f at the Surrey track.
A string of high-class colts and fillies have won the race since the turn of the 21st Century including Sea The Stars (2009), Golden Horn (2015) and Enable (2019).
You can find all the information you need for the Eclipse Stakes below.
Eclipse Stakes Date and Start Time
The Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park is scheduled to get underway at 3.35pm on Saturday July 3.
It’s unclear what the official going will be due to the uncertain weather forecast ahead of the race.
Eclipse Stakes Prize Money
The winner of the Eclipse Stakes will earn connections a cool £340,260. The total prize money on offer for the Group 1 is £600,000.
It’s the most valuable race on Eclipse Day at Sandown Park with £900,000 on offer over the course of the card’s eight renewals.
Eclipse Stakes Runners
The smallest field in a decade will tackle the Eclipse Stakes after just four runners were confirmed after final declarations.
*Odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change
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