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Sandown is set to stage the season’s first Group 1 battle of the generations for middle-distance horses.
The Coral-Eclipse, which dates back to 1886 and is run over 10 furlongs, boasts an illustrious honours list featuring Enable, Golden Horn and Sea The Stars in the 21st century. A new name will be added to the winners board as Vadeni, first past the post in last year’s renewal, is not returning to the Esher track to defend his crown.
Trainers Aidan O’Brien and Sir Michael Stoute are seeking a record-breaking seventh victory in the race, while a tidy top prize worth a cool £425,325 awaits winning connections.
You can run the rule over our Coral-Eclipse odds on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise all the key details about this year’s renewal can be found below.
Coral-Eclipse 2023 date and start time
The Coral-Eclipse is set to take place at the Sandown on Saturday, July 8. The post time is set for 15:40. You can watch the race live on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app or ITV.
Coral-Eclipse 2023 runners and riders
Dubai Honour (Tom Marquand)
West Wind Blows (Jamie Spencer)
Emily Upjohn (William Buick)
Paddington (Ryan Moore)
Coral-Eclipse 2023 betting
Coral-Eclipse odds are on paddypower.com and prices for the leading contenders can be seen on our snazzy widgets below.
Paddington is the favourite with Paddy Power for the Coral-Eclipse after bagging a second Group 1 success on the spin when beating Chaldean in the St James’s Palace Stakes last time out.
Emily Upjohn is next in our betting after displaying a devastating turn of foot to win the Coronation Cup on seasonal reappearance.
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