Sandown Racecard - 05-07-2020 - Coral-Eclipse

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Frankie Dettori J John Gosden, Newmarket T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Superstar filly who made history when supplementing her Arc victory in the Breeders’ Cup Turf TFRHHHHH BHA125 8 months ago. Has enough class to uphold the form with Magical despite that one’s fitness edge. 3

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1. FORM

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5f 10y

FIRST RACE 1.15 THE CORAL BEATEN BY A LENGTH FREEBET DRAGON STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) for two yrs old x Total race value £17500

Owners Prize Money. 1st £7798, 2nd £3201, 3rd £1601, 4th £800, 5th £401, 6th £200. (Penalty Value £9924.25)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): C Appleby (13 wins from 66 runners, 20%) runs CREATIVE FORCE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): C Appleby (8 wins from 25 runners, 32%) runs CREATIVE FORCE Longest Traveller: SIGNIFICANTLY trained by K Burke, Leyburn, 249 miles.

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1 CREATIVE FORCE (IRE) (15) 10 9-2 (1) Br Ch c Dubawi (IRE) - Choose Me (IRE) O Godolphin B Owenstown Bloodstock Ltd

William Buick J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Dubawi colt related to plenty of winners and looked to possess lots of talent when making a winning start at Newmarket. Disappointing in the Coventry but well worth another chance. TFRHHHHI BHA-

2 GUSSY MAC (IRE) (14) 61 D 9-2 (6) Jack Mitchell J Roger Teal, Lambourn T Chartplan(2004) Ltd S

Br B c Dark Angel (IRE) - Masaya O Mr Austin Whelan B Yeomanstown Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Promise amidst greenness on debut at Newmarket and landed the odds in a weaker race at Wolverhampton 17 days ago. Bare form nothing out of the ordinary but he can progress. TFRHHHII BHA-

3 INTERNATIONALDREAM (IRE) (13) 01 9-2 (4) Br B c Acclamation - Komedy (IRE) O P. D. Smith Holdings Ltd B M. & S. Hanly

Paddy Mathers J Richard Fahey, Malton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Just mid-field on debut but showed the benefit of that outing when landing 4-runner maiden at Ayr a fortnight ago. This is a big ask. TFRHHIII BHA-

4 JOJO RABBIT (16) 210 D 9-2 (9) Hollie Doyle J Br B c Due Diligence (USA) - Berkshire Honey Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T O Phoenix Ladies Syndicate Limited Phoenix Fund Investment LLC S B Berkshire Parts & Panels

TIMEFORM VIEW Built on promising debut when comfortably landing a novice at Wolverhampton. Brushed aside in the Norfolk on turf debut a week later. TFRHHHII BHA-

5 MACHO PRIDE (IRE) (16) 15 D 9-2 (2) Br B c Camacho - Proud Maria (IRE) O The Auckland Lodge Partnership B Mr R. Galway

Oisin Murphy J Ben Haslam, Middleham T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Speedily-bred colt who knew his job when making a winning start at Newcastle. Acquitted himself well when fifth in the Norfolk and Oisin Murphy takes over. TFRHHIII BHA-

6 NORTHBOUND (IRE) (19) 01 D 9-2 (3) Br B c Fast Company (IRE) - Natalisa (IRE) O KREMLIN COTTAGE IX B Owenstown Bloodstock Ltd

Nicola Currie J Hugo Palmer, Newmarket T Pol Roger Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Too green to show a great deal on debut at Newmarket but a different proposition when landing 10-runner novice at Windsor 12 days later, strong at the finish. Up in class. TFRHHIII BHA-

7 SIGNIFICANTLY (21) 22 BF 9-2 (8) Ben Curtis J K. R. Burke, Leyburn T KB Spigot Ltd S

Br B c Garswood - Rosebride O Mr J Laughton & Mrs E Burke B Cheveley Park Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Garswood colt who probably should have won on debut at Newcastle, denied a clear and staying on well to grab second. Hung away winning chance when odds-on at Doncaster but he remains with potential. TFRHHHHI BHA-

8 TANFANTIC (11) 1 9-2 (7) Jason Watson J Brian Meehan, Manton T Sirecam Europe S

Br B g Gutaifan (IRE) - Tan Tan O Brian Meehan R.C B Brightwalton Bloodstock Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW £25,000 Gutaifan gelding. Closely related to 5f winner Revived and half-brother to 3 other winners. Asserted late on when making a winning debut at Windsor but this is a fair hike in class. TFRHHIII BHA6


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9 RISK OF THUNDER (IRE) (15) 01 D 8-11 (5) Ryan Moore J James Tate, Newmarket T

Br Ch f Night of Thunder (IRE) - Lady Vyrnwy (IRE) O Mr Saeed Manana B Ronnie Boland

TIMEFORM VIEW Much better than the bare result when seventh of 9 in maiden at Newmarket on debut, losing 5 places late on in a tight finish over 6f. Impressive when successful over 5f at Ripon and the one to beat. TFRHHHHH BHADECLARED RUNNERS 9

2019: LIBERTY BEACH 2 8 11 Jason Hart 9-4 (John Quinn) 10 ran

Probable S.P’s: 2-1 Risk of Thunder (IRE), 7-2 Creative Force (IRE), 11-2 Significantly, 8-1 Gussy Mac (IRE), 16-1 Jojo Rabbit, 20-1 Macho Pride (IRE), Northbound (IRE), 22-1 Tanfantic, 33-1 Internationaldream (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.RISK OF THUNDER (IRE) 2.CREATIVE FORCE (IRE) 3.SIGNIFICANTLY

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Racing Post Standard Time: 59.60 secs Record Time: 59.48 secs - Times Time - 22nd July 1982, Firm

POSITION OF STALLS

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First Race

Having shaped much better than an opening seventh-placed finish would imply on debut, RISK OF THUNDER looked very professional when an easy winner back over 5f at Ripon, and in receipt of the sex allowance, is the one to beat. Creative Force was disappointing in the Coventry but is a big threat on his debut win, with Significantly another to consider.


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SECOND RACE 1.50 THE CORAL CHARGE (CLASS 1) (Group 3) (Registered as the Sprint Stakes) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £40700

Owners Prize Money. 1st £18136, 2nd £7444, 3rd £3724, 4th £1860, 5th £932, 6th £464. (Penalty Value £23080.97)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): C Cox (18 wins from 110 runners, 16%) runs TIS MARVELLOUS Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Appleby (9 wins from 66 runners, 14%) runs CASPIAN PRINCE Longest Traveller: DAKOTA GOLD trained by M Dods, Darlington, 265 miles.

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Silvestre De Sousa J Br Ch g Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Crystal Gaze (IRE) Michael Appleby, Oakham T O Mr S Louch & Mr M Appleby Advanced Electrical Services (Leicester) Ltd S B Ballygallon Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Speedball who rolled back the years to end losing run in Newcastle handicap last week. Third in this last year but will do well to better that in this much stronger renewal. TFRHHIII BHA103

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DAKOTA GOLD (21) 11121-5 D BF

Br B g Equiano (FR) - Joyeaux O Doug Graham,Ian Davison,Alan Drysdale 1 B Redgate BStock & Peter Bottowley BStock

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Connor Beasley J Michael Dods, Darlington T Denton Hall Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Ultra-progressive and consistent in 2019, winning 5 times, notably Listed races at York and Ascot. Looked rusty (slowly away) at Doncaster on return and much better expected now. TFRHHHHI BHA110

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Br Gr g Toronado (IRE) - Winning Express (IRE) O Mr Robert Ng B Mr Robert Ng

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Tom Queally J Robert Cowell, Newmarket T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sprinter who won 3 of his last 4 starts on the AW last year. However, out of depth in King’s Stand at Royal Ascot on return and faces another uphill task here. TFRHHIII BHA102

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Oisin Murphy J Paul Midgley, Westow T Bedding Heaven Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart sprinter on his day and made encouraging return to action when half-length second in Listed race at Doncaster 3 weeks ago. Can give a good account without posing serious threat to principals. TFRHHHII BHA105

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Jim Crowley J Amanda Perrett, Pulborough T Tattersalls S

TIMEFORM VIEW Three wins in 2019 and returned with career best to land handicap at Newmarket (6f, good to firm). Found Wokingham too competitive at Royal Ascot since, however, and this even tougher. TFRHHIII BHA105

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Br B g Harbour Watch (IRE) - Mythicism O Miss J. Deadman & Mr S. Barrow B Crossfields Bloodstock Ltd

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Adam Kirby J Clive Cox, Hungerford T Clive Cox Racing Limited S

TIMEFORM VIEW Won handicap at Ascot in 2019 and made respectable reappearance when fourth to Battaash in King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. Goes particularly well over that C&D, though, and others more likely. TFRHHHII BHA109

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Br B f Showcasing - Sacre Coeur O Clipper Logistics B Whitsbury Manor Stud

Ben Curtis J K. R. Burke, Leyburn T

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TIMEFORM VIEW Improved when seeing off 15 rivals in fillies’ Listed event at Ayr in September. Not disgraced in French Group 3 event on final start of 2019 but struggled behind a couple of these on return. TFRHHIII BHA100

MAID IN INDIA (IRE) (28) 45/101-3 D

Br Br m Bated Breath - Indian Maiden (IRE) O Mr Con Harrington B C. F. Harrington

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Martin Harley J Eric Alston, Preston T

TIMEFORM VIEW Made up into smart mare last season, posting career best when landing Group 3 at Newbury from Dakota Gold. Encouraging third to Liberty Beach at Haydock on comeback and return to 5f will suit. TFRHHHHI BHA108 8


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Frankie Dettori J Br B or Br c Society Rock (IRE) - Motion Lass Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket T O Shaikh Duaij Al Khalifa Gainsborough Thoroughbreds Limited S B Tally-Ho Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Showed smart form as a juvenile, notably winning Norfolk at Royal Ascot and Flying Childers at Doncaster. Failed to meet expectations at Newcastle on return but will be suited by return to 5f/turf. TFRHHHII BHA109

10 LAZULI (IRE) (22) 110-21 CD

3 8-12 (3) William Buick J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

Br B g Dubawi (IRE) - Floristry O Godolphin B Godolphin

TIMEFORM VIEW Always been well regarded and has shown the benefit of breathing and gelding operations this year, improving to win a listed event over C&D 3 weeks ago in good style. Major player on that form. TFRHHHHI BHA109

11 BAND PRACTICE (IRE) (16) 01110-0 D Br Ch f Society Rock (IRE) - Grand Zafeen O Clipper Logistics B Fergus Cousins

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Kieran Shoemark J Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Completed 5f hat-trick in listed race at Chantilly before stiff task in Breeders’ Cup final 2-y-o start. Excuses on handicap debut at Royal Ascot on return but plenty to find here. TFRHIIII BHA102

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Br B f Cable Bay (IRE) - Flirtinaskirt O Mr Philip Wilkins B Philip Wilkins

Jason Hart J John Quinn, Malton T JJ Quinn Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoyed a productive 2-y-o campaign, winning 4 of 6 starts. Even better form this year, taking Listed race at Haydock on return before excellent third in King’s Stand at Royal Ascot. Hard to knock. TFRHHHHH BHA109 DECLARED RUNNERS 12 2019: KURIOUS 3 8 9 Harry Bentley 6-1 (Henry Candy) 9 ran Tongue Strap worn by No. 1, 3, 6. Stewards Note: DAKOTA GOLD: Following its run on 14/6/2020 it was reported that the horse’s impetuosity made it slow away. Probable S.P’s: 3-1 Lazuli (IRE), 4-1 Liberty Beach, 9-1 Dakota Gold, Tis Marvellous, 10-1 A’Ali (IRE), 12-1 Maid In India (IRE), 14-1 Tarboosh, 25-1 Caspian Prince (IRE), Tinto, 33-1 Lady In France, 40-1 Rocket Action, 66-1 Band Practice (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

An excellent renewal that’s likely to be run at a strong pace with several front runners in the line-up. LIBERTY BEACH proved a strongly-run 5f suits her well when an excellent third in the King’s Stand at Royal Ascot and she was an impressive winner over this C&D as a juvenile. She shades the vote over fellow 3-y-o Lazuli and 6-y-os Maid In India and Dakota Gold.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.LIBERTY BEACH 2.LAZULI (IRE) 3.MAID IN INDIA (IRE)

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Racing Post Standard Time: 59.60 secs Record Time: 58.57 secs - Battaash - 8th July 2017, Good to Firm

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THIRD RACE 2.25 THE CORAL HENRY II STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3)

for four yrs old and upwards x Total race value £40700 Owners Prize Money. 1st £18136, 2nd £7444, 3rd £3724, 4th £1860, 5th £932. (Penalty Value £23080.97)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): A Balding (20 wins from 158 runners, 13%) runs DASHING WILLOUGHBY Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (17 wins from 90 runners, 19%) runs SUMMER MOON Longest Traveller: SUMMER MOON trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

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William Buick J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

Br B g Teofilo (IRE) - Waitress (USA) O Godolphin B Godolphin

TIMEFORM VIEW 2018 Melbourne Cup winner. Very consistent record overall and he strikes as the type to bounce back quickly from a rare below-effort in last month’s Ascot Gold Cup (beaten 18 lengths into third). TFRHHHHH BHA118

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Oisin Murphy J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T Kingsclere Stud S

Br B g Nathaniel (IRE) - Miss Dashwood O Mick and Janice Mariscotti B Meon Valley Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Queen’s Vase winner at Royal Ascot last year. Went off the boil last autumn but back on the up with 1 1/2m Newmarket Listed success on reappearance 4 weeks ago. Back up at 2m for only the second time. TFRHHHII BHA109

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Ryan Moore J David Simcock, Newmarket T Al Basti Equiworld S

Br B c Noble Mission - Limonar (IRE) O Team Valor LLC & Gary Barber B St. Elias Stables LLC

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved when dominant winner of Bahrain Trophy at Newmarket (13f) a year ago. Also won valuable event at Belmont in autumn. Possibly needed run when below par at Meydan in February. Up in trip. TFRHHHHI BHA110

4 SUMMER MOON (19) 46134-3 Br Ch g Sea The Moon (GER) - Songerie O The Originals B Miss K. Rausing

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Joe Fanning J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Multiple winner last year. Also third in the Cesarewitch at Newmarket in October and produced another very good handicap effort when third in Ascot Stakes on reappearance. Worth place in higher grade. TFRHHHII BHA102

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Jason Watson J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Has a few top-level staying handicaps to name and also bagged listed prize at Newmarket last autumn. Below par both starts this year (21 lengths fourth in Ascot Gold Cup latest) but could bounce back. TFRHHHHI BHA110 DECLARED RUNNERS 5 2019: DEE EX BEE 4 9 7 Silvestre De Sousa 4-7 (Mark Johnston) 5 ran Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 5. Probable S.P’s: 7-4 Cross Counter, 3-1 Dashing Willoughby, 5-1 Spanish Mission (USA), 13-2 Withhold, 15-2 Summer Moon

PLAY SMARTER

CROSS COUNTER failed to fire in the Ascot Gold Cup last time but is worth forgiving that given his overall record and he’s a classy sort for a Group 3 if back to anywhere near his best. Like the selection, Withhold was also below par at Royal Ascot but he’s really smart on his day and could be the one to give Charlie Appleby’s charge most to think about.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.CROSS COUNTER 2.WITHHOLD 3.SPANISH MISSION (USA)

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Racing Post Standard Time: 3 mins, 32.50 secs Record Time: 3 mins, 29.38 secs - Caucus - 6th July 2013, Good To Firm

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FOURTH RACE 3.00 THE CORAL CHALLENGE (HANDICAP) (CLASS 2)

for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £30000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £14568, 2nd £4869, 3rd £2433, 4th £1218, 5th £609, 6th £303. (Penalty Value £18675) Weights raised 3lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable.

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): R Hannon (35 wins from 258 runners, 14%) runs QAYSAR Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (17 wins from 90 runners, 19%) runs DARK VISION Weightwatcher: VIA SERENDIPITY won off a handicap mark of 95, his rating is now down 7lb to 88. Longest Traveller: DARK VISION trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

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Ryan Moore J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T Haras De Bouquetot S

Br B g Choisir (AUS) - Coco Demure (IRE) O Al Shaqab Racing B S.N.C. Scuderia Waldeck

TIMEFORM VIEW Hit a real purple patch in August/September, winning 4 times at up to 1m. Close third on return at Newmarket but didn’t produce the same finishing effort when behind Dark Vision in the Royal Hunt Cup. TFRHHHII BHA107

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William Buick J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Emirates Fly Better S

Br B c Dream Ahead (USA) - Black Dahlia O Godolphin B S. F. Bloodstock LLC

TIMEFORM VIEW Upwardly mobile 4-y-o who confirmed the promise of his reappearance when staying on late to land the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot (1m) 18 days ago. Seems sure to give another good account. TFRHHHHI BHA106

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Martin Harley J Alan King, Barbury Castle T Hare Group Ltd S

Br B g Dandy Man (IRE) - Glory Days (GER) O Mrs Peter Andrews B Colin Kennedy

TIMEFORM VIEW Won Spring Cup at Newbury in early 2019 but offered little on the back of another lengthy absence in Diomed Stakes there 22 days ago, so has a bit to prove at present. TFRHHHII BHA104

4 MONTATHAM (18) 1324-12 D

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Jim Crowley J William Haggas, Newmarket T

Br Gr g Showcasing - Eastern Destiny O Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum B Worksop Manor Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner of novice events last year and took form to a new level when winning in style at Newmarket on return. Beaten only by Dark Vision at Royal Ascot since and highly likely has more to come. TFRHHHHH BHA100

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ZWAYYAN (296) 400344- D

Br Ch g Pivotal - Mail The Desert (IRE) O King Power Racing Co Ltd B Newsells Park Stud & Cheveley Park Stud

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9-1

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Silvestre De Sousa J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T King Power International Co Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Largely held his form well after winning on reappearance last season, but vulnerable to less-exposed sorts when it comes to win purposes. TFRHHHII BHA98

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SHELIR (IRE) (19) 0600-05 D

Br B or Gr g Dark Angel (IRE) - Shelina (IRE) O Akela Construction Ltd B H. H. The Aga Khan’s Studs SC

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8-12

(4)

Oisin Murphy J David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley T Akela Plant Hire Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Lost way after Listed win for Dermot Weld but new yard have got him back on track, shaping well when fifth in the Buckingham Palace handicap at Royal Ascot last time. Engaged 2.40 Haydock Saturday. TFRHHHII BHA95

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MARRONNIER (IRE) (280) 312541- C

Br Ch g Lope de Vega (IRE) - Beach Bunny (IRE) O GG Thoroughbreds III B Skymarc Farm

4

8-9

(2)

Ben Curtis J Stuart Williams, Newmarket T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Steadily progressive throughout his career so far, resuming winning ways in good style at Epsom (8.5f) final 2019 start. Makes his return in a deeper affair, but could go on again this season. TFRHHHII BHA92

8

VIA SERENDIPITY (31) 15-2100 CD

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Mambo Light (USA) O Happy Valley Racing & Breeding Limited B Mr R. Shaykhutdinov

6

8-5

(8)

Hollie Doyle J Stuart Williams, Newmarket T Diomed Stables S

TIMEFORM VIEW Confirmed himself in good heart when back to winning ways at Wolverhampton (8.6f) in February. Proved too free next time but had excuses (hampered start) back on turf at Newmarket last month. TFRHHHII BHA88 14


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9 MUTASAAMY (IRE) (15) 0021-01 D

4 8-5 (11) Jack Mitchell J Roger Varian, Newmarket T

Br B g Oasis Dream - Eswarah O Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Quickly put a poor run at Newcastle behind him when scoring easily 1m handicap at Kempton 15 days ago. That performance is backed up the clock and he may have more to come now returning to turf. TFRHHHHI BHA88

10 GALLIPOLI (IRE) (8) 0-63101 D

7 8-1 (7)

Br B g Compton Place - Altadena Lady (IRE) O Mr Peter Timmins B Lester Cullen & Whitsbury Manor Stud

Paddy Mathers J Richard Fahey, Malton T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Bounced back to form to take advantage of a lower turf mark at the main expense of 2 in-form rivals at Redcar last week. Remains feasibly treated on old form but this is much tougher. TFRHHHII BHA84

11 ACQUITTED (IRE) (17) 141-20 D

3 8-1 (1)

Jason Watson J Br B or Br c Night of Thunder (IRE) - Blameless (IRE) Hugo Palmer, Newmarket T O John Livock & Nat Lacy Pol Roger Ltd S B Lannister Holdings

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoyed a fruitful first season, winning a pair of 1m events. Unlucky to bump into Palace Pier on Newcastle handicap debut but shaped as if amiss at Royal Ascot since. Remains early days. TFRHHHII BHA93 DECLARED RUNNERS 11 2019: MOJITO (IRE) 5 9 8 Frankie Dettori 4-1 (William Haggas) 13 ran Visor worn by No. 10. Tongue Strap worn by No. 7, 8. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Montatham, 4-1 Dark Vision (IRE), 13-2 Mutasaamy (IRE), 12-1 Shelir (IRE), Acquitted (IRE), 14-1 Qaysar (FR), Gallipoli (IRE), 16-1 Zwayyan, Via Serendipity, 18-1 Marronnier (IRE), 22-1 Chatez (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

MONTATHAM meets Dark Vision on 3lb better terms from their clash in the Royal Hunt Cup, and that might be enough to reverse the placings here, given there’s highly likely more to come from William Haggas’ 4-y-o gelding. Mutasaamy’s easy win at Kempton is backed up by the clock, so he’s of interest too.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.MONTATHAM 2.DARK VISION (IRE) 3.MUTASAAMY (IRE)

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ECLIPSE 1764 - 1789

Whichever horse wins the 2020 running of the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse, will be a direct descendent, through their male line, to ECLIPSE, foaled in 1764. Perhaps the greatest racehorse of all time, and after whom the race is named, he raced a total of 18 times resulting in a victory on each occasion. He was already a 5-y-o when he contested his first race at Epsom Downs in 1769 and with no horse able to compete with him, he was retired to stud after just three seasons.

ECLIPSE 1764 Pot8os 1773 Waxy 1799 Whalebone 1807 Sir Hercules 1826 Birdcatcher 1833 The Baron 1842 Stockwell 1849 Doncaster 1870 Bend Or 1877 Bona Vista 1889 Cyllene 1895 Polymelus 1902 Phalaris 1913

Sickle 1924 Unbreakable 1935 Polynesian 1942 Native Dancer 1950 Raise a Native 1961 Mr Prospector 1970 Seeking The Gold 1985 Dubai Millennium 1996 Dubawi 2002

Pharos 1920 Nearco 1935 Nearctic 1954 Northern Dancer 1961

Sadler’s Wells 1981

Danzig 1977 Danehill 1986 Dansili 1996 Harbinger 2006

Ghaiyyath 2015

Deirdre 2014

Japan 2016


The lineage chart, shown here, depicts the impact ECLIPSE has had on the thoroughbred breeding lines and, it is estimated, 95% of thoroughbreds can be traced back to this great horse. From Grand National winners, such as TIGER ROLL, through several Gold Cup winners, and both this year’s Guineas’ winners, LOVE and KAMEKO, his DNA is present. Perhaps more pertinently for the future of the thoroughbred, the two greatest sires of recent times, SADLER’S WELLS, whose only Group 1 victory in the United Kingdom was the 1984 running of the Eclipse Stakes, and GALILEO, are his descendents.

Galileo

including the 2019 Coral-Eclipse winner, ENABLE. Following the victory of PEACEFUL in the 2020 Irish Guineas, GALILEO became the most successful sire of Group 1 winners in the world.

Six of the seven runners in the 2020 running of the Coral-Eclipse Stakes, descend through the male line from NORTHERN DANCER, whilst the potency of his grandson, GALILEO, as a sire and sire of sires, is obvious with five of today’s field either sired by his sons, or by himself

GALILEO 1998

Magic Wand 2015

Nathaniel 2008

Intello 2010

Australia 2011

Enable 2014

Regal Reality 2015

Bangkok 2016


LAST YEAR’S

WINNER

ENABLE CORAL-ECLIPSE (GROUP 1)

TRAINER: JOHN GOSDEN JOCKEY: FRANKIE DETTORI OWNER: MR KHALID ABDULLAH

FIRST RAN IN

1886

RUN OVER ONE MILE, TWO FURLONGS

SIR MICHAEL STOUTE HAS TRAINED SIX WINNERS OF THE RACE The Coral-Eclipse has a rich history, with some of racing’s greats landing the spoils to cement their place in racing folklore. Vincent O’Brien’s Irish 2000 Guineas winner Sadler’s Wells was the only three-year-old in a nine-runner field for the 1984 renewal of the Coral-Eclipse. He was sent into the lead on the turn for home and showed a willing attitude in the closing stages to hold off the pursuit of the filly Time Charter and win by a neck. He would go on to become one of the greatest stallions of the modern era siring the likes of Galileo, Montjeu and High Chaparral. Regarded by many as the most unlucky Derby runner-up in the history of the race, Dancing Brave showed just how good he was when defeating two top-class rivals in Triptych and Teleprompter in 1986. He stretched clear in the closing stages in the hands of Greville Starkey to win by four lengths at the line. He subsequently went on to win the King George at Ascot before sprinting down the outside to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. The ‘Iron Horse’ Giant’s Causeway produced one of the most exciting finishes in the history of the Coral-Eclipse when getting the better of Sir Michael Stoute’s Kalanisi in 2000. Aidan O’Brien’s three-year-old was headed inside the final furlong but rallied gamely under George Duffield to get back up on the line and win by a head. A winner of no less than six Group 1s, he was never out of the first two in thirteen starts. One of only a few horses to complete The Derby – CoralEclipse double in the same season and but for being beaten on his racecourse debut as a two-year-old, Sea The Stars would have retired unbeaten. He was sent off the 4/7 favourite here at Sandown Park in 2009 but had to work hard for his success as he was challenged by Aidan O’Brien’s Rip Van Winkle inside the final furlong. The pair drew well clear of the third and John Oxx’s colt found a little extra close home to win with a length to spare.


The stand-out colt of his generation, Golden Horn’s three-year-old campaign saw him win no less than four Group 1’s including The Derby, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and of course the Coral-Eclipse here at Sandown Park in 2015. Frankie Dettori jumped off in front on The Derby winner here and he managed to control the race from there. The Grey Gatsby looked a serious danger as he loomed alongside the three-year-old on the turn for home, but he picked up impressively once Frankie shook him up and he ran on strongly to the line to win by three and a half lengths. The brilliant mare Enable marked her racecourse comeback with a bang in this race last year, enhancing her illustrious record of Group 1 victories. The third mare to win the race, she was hard-pressed by the talented Magical and was made to work for her win, albeit over a trip shorter than ideal. Can the exceptional mare make it back-to-back wins in the race?

KEY CONTENDERS  01 BANGKOK (IRE)

AUSTRALIA - TANAGHUM Ridden by SILVESTRE DE SOUSA Trained by ANDREW BALDING A course and distance winner courtesy of a stylish win in the Classic Trial as a three-year-old, he’s only won once since and was well-beaten in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot. Nevertheless, once upon a time he was only 9/1 for a Derby and he has talent, but it’s tough to see him winning this.

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GHAIYYATH (IRE)

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JAPAN

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REGAL REALITY

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DEIRDRE (JPN)

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ENABLE

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MAGIC WAND (IRE)

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DUBAWI (IRE) - NIGHTIME (IRE) Ridden by WILLIAM BUICK Trained by CHARLIE APPLEBY A horse on the up, he showed he has top potential when winning the Coronation Cup at Newmarket last time out, making all in impressive style to see off his six rivals. Relatively lightly-raced, he was well behind Enable in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe last year but may have taken a step forward since.

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GALILEO (IRE) - SHASTYE (IRE) Ridden by RYAN MOORE Trained by AIDAN O’BRIEN His close third in the Derby last year was backed up by wins at Royal Ascot and in the Juddmonte International at York, before he ran a respectable race in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, finishing fourth. His win in the Juddmonte International appeals as very strong form (beating Crystal Ocean), and he should improve from last time.

INTELLO (GER) - REGAL REALM Ridden by JIM CROWLEY Trained by SIR MICHAEL STOUTE Third in this race last year, he ran a good race in the Listed Wolferton Stakes at Royal Ascot last time, his first run since being gelded. He’s shown an effectiveness round this track and is just the type that his trainer excels with. The ground today should be more suitable for him than last time at Ascot.

HARBINGER - REIZEND (JPN) Ridden by OISIN MURPHY Trained by MITSURU HASHIDA This Japanese mare landed a big success in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood last year, and she has put in some admirably consistent performances since. Three lengths off Magical in both the Irish and British Champion Stakes, she couldn’t land the odds in a valuable race over in Saudi Arabia last time but is a mare with plenty of talent.

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NATHANIEL (IRE) - CONCENTRIC Ridden by FRANKIE DETTORI Trained by JOHN GOSDEN The best racehorse in the world (on official rankings), this brilliant mare has a remarkable 10 Group 1’s to her name, including two renewals of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. A generational talent, she wasn’t fully fit when beating Magical on her comeback last year and she faces a worthy competitor again this year.

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GALILEO (IRE) - PRUDENZIA (IRE) Ridden by PADRAIG BEGGY Trained by AIDAN O’BRIEN A talented, globetrotting mare, she returned to winning ways at the Curragh last time, taking a Group 2. She’s raced in Saudi Arabia, the USA, Hong Kong, Australia, Dubai and France during her career and some top form to her name, winning her deserved Group 1 at Flemington in November.

10 YEAR TRENDS

10⁄10 9⁄10 4⁄10 4⁄10 WON AT GROUP LEVEL BEFORE

RAN IN A GROUP 1 LAST TIME OUT

WON LAST TIME OUT

TRAINED BY JOHN GOSDEN


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FIFTH RACE 3.35 THE CORAL-ECLIPSE (CLASS 1) (Group 1) (British Champions Series) for four yrs old and upwards x Total race value £250000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £111400, 2nd £45725, 3rd £22875, 4th £11425, 5th £5725, 6th £2850. (Penalty Value £141775)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): J Gosden (31 wins from 136 runners, 23%) runs ENABLE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): A P O’Brien (13 wins from 75 runners, 17%) runs JAPAN 7 MAGIC WAND Fancy That: J Gosden won this race in 2012, 2015, 2018 and 2019. The stable runs ENABLE today. Longest Traveller: MAGIC WAND & JAPAN trained by A P O’Brien, Ireland.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

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horse

BANGKOK (IRE) (18) 522-135 CD

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Silvestre De Sousa J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T King Power International Co Ltd S

Br B c Australia - Tanaghum O King Power Racing Co Ltd B Barronstown Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D Group 3 winner last spring. Career best when back to winning ways in Lingfield Listed (AW) in February but his limitations at the highest level were exposed in Prince of Wales’s at Royal Ascot. TFRHIIII BHA114

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GHAIYYATH (IRE) (30) 1310-11 D

Br B h Dubawi (IRE) - Nightime (IRE) O Godolphin B Springbank Way Stud

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William Buick J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Trailblazing front-runner who has torn the heart out of many a good horse. Most impressive in Coronation Cup at Newmarket (1 1/2m) and even Enable won’t find it easy to peg him back if he’s on his game. TFRHHHHI BHA126

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JAPAN (18) 31114-4 D BF

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Br B c Galileo (IRE) - Shastye (IRE) O D Smith/Mrs Magnier/M Tabor/M Matsushima B Newsells Park Stud

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(4)

Ryan Moore J Aidan O’Brien, Ireland T

TIMEFORM VIEW Proved a high-class 3-y-o, winning Grand Prix de Paris and Juddmonte before a mighty effort in fourth in the Arc. Left impression he needed run in Prince of Wales’s on return. Should be spot on now. TFRHHHHI BHA122

4 REGAL REALITY (17) 13450-3 CD

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9-3

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Jim Crowley J Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T Cheveley Park Stud S

Br B g Intello (GER) - Regal Realm O Cheveley Park Stud B Cheveley Park Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Won Brigadier Gerard and third to Enable in this race on his 2 previous outings over C&D. Respectable reappearance third in Wolferton at Royal Ascot on ground probably softer than ideal for him. TFRHHHII BHA116

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DEIRDRE (JPN) (127) 61434-2 D

6

9-0

(7)

Oisin Murphy J Mitsuru Hashida, Japan T

Br B m Harbinger - Reizend (JPN) O Mr Toji Morita B Northern Farm

TIMEFORM VIEW Japanese mare who bounced back to best to land Nassau at Goodwood in August. Reached frame in Group 1 company on final 3 starts of 2019 and also a respectable second in Saudi Arabia in February. TFRHHHII BHA115

6

ENABLE (273) 11/1112- CD

6

Br B m Nathaniel (IRE) - Concentric O Mr K. Abdullah B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-0

(3)

Frankie Dettori J John Gosden, Newmarket T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Superstar mare who won first 10 starts in Group 1 company, including this in 2019. Collared late on when bidding to land record-breaking third Arc last autumn but still the one to beat on return. TFRHHHHH BHA128

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MAGIC WAND (IRE) (22) 012-201 D

Br B m Galileo (IRE) - Prudenzia (IRE) O Mr M. Tabor, D. Smith & Mrs John Magnier B Ecurie Des Monceaux & Skymarc Farm Inc

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Padraig Beggy J Aidan O’Brien, Ireland T

TIMEFORM VIEW Very smart mare who was second in Irish Champion Stakes last autumn. Confirmed her wellbeing with Curragh Group 2 win last month but her record suggests she’ll come up a little short in this company. TFRHHHII BHA115 DECLARED RUNNERS 7 2019: ENABLE 5 9 4 Frankie Dettori 4-6 (John Gosden) 8 ran Tongue Strap worn by No. 1. Stewards Note: JAPAN: Following its run on 17/6/2020 it was reported that the horse was slowly away. Probable S.P’s: 11-10 Enable, 5-2 Ghaiyyath (IRE), 6-1 Japan, 20-1 Deirdre (JPN), Magic Wand (IRE), 33-1 Regal Reality, 100-1 Bangkok (IRE) 20


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PLAY SMARTER

This is usually the first clash of the generations at the highest level. That isn’t the case this year but it’s still an excellent renewal. ENABLE’s unbeaten run at the highest level was ended in last year’s Arc but she lost little in defeat and this outstanding mare is fancied to mow down the front-running Ghaiyyath. Japan should be sharper for his Royal Ascot return and should also have a say.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.ENABLE 2.GHAIYYATH (IRE) 3.JAPAN

RACE RESULT

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Racing Post Standard Time: 2 mins, 5.50 secs Record Time: 2 mins, 2.14 secs - Kalaglow - 31st May 1982, Good

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1m 1f 209y

SIXTH RACE 4.05 THE CORAL GALA STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race)

for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £25500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £11363, 2nd £4664, 3rd £2333, 4th £1165, 5th £584, 6th £291. (Penalty Value £14461.05)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): J Gosden (31 wins from 136 runners, 23%) runs DUBAI WARRIOR & GLOBAL GIANT Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): A Balding (9 wins from 55 runners, 16%) runs FOX CHAIRMAN Longest Traveller: MAGNY COURS trained by A Fabre, France.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

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age

1 DUBAI WARRIOR (134) 12011-1 D

st- lb

Draw

4 9-12 (3) Robert Havlin J John Gosden, Newmarket T Hazelwood Bloodstock Ltd S

Br B c Dansili - Mahbooba (AUS) O Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum B Essafinaat Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Superb AW record, improving again when landing Group 3 Winter Derby at Lingfield in ready fashion. Must concede weight all round switched to turf but he’s far from discounted. TFRHHHII BHA114

2 MAGNY COURS (USA) (25) 1/5/122-1 Br B g Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Indy Five Hundred (USA) O Godolphin S.N.C. B Godolphin

5 9-10 (7) William Buick J A. Fabre, France T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Very smart gelding who won 1m Listed race (52/10) at Chantilly (good) 25 days ago by head from stable companion Persian King. Effective over 10f and still low mileage so much respected French raider. TFRHHHHI BHA108

3 ASPETAR (FR) (210) 251410- D

5 9-7 (6) Jason Watson J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T

Br B g Al Kazeem - Bella Qatara (IRE) O H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani B HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 12f winner last term but not seen out since beating only one in Hong Kong Vase (42/1) at Sha Tin (11.9f, good) 7 months ago. Very smart gelding but needs to hit the ground running here. TFRHHHII BHA116

4 FOX CHAIRMAN (IRE) (19) 1321-0 D

4 9-7 (5)

Silvestre De Sousa J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T King Power International Co Ltd S

Br B c Kingman - Starfish (IRE) O King Power Racing Co Ltd B Manister House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Had only 4 runs last term but scored twice and was highly progressive. 7/1, only tenth of 15 to Circus Maximus in Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot on return after 11 months off. Not written off yet. TFRHHHII BHA110

5 GLOBAL GIANT (181) 221/05-1 Br B h Shamardal (USA) - Aniseed (IRE) O Isa Salman Al Khalifa B M. J. & L. A. Taylor LLP

5 9-7 (2) Frankie Dettori J John Gosden, Newmarket T Highclere Thoroughbred Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart horse who made sparkling debut for new yard (formerly with Ed Dunlop) when landing odds in 4-runner conditions event at Wolverhampton (9.5f). Off 6 months but big player on his return. TFRHHHHH BHA107

6 SPOTIFY (FR) (120) 1103-23 D Br B g Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Gwenseb (FR) O Godolphin B Wertheimer & Frere

6 9-7 (1) Ryan Moore J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart ex-French gelding. Scored twice for current yard in Meydan before good third of 13 to Barney Roy in Jebel Hatta there (9f, good to firm, 8/1) 120 days ago. Wears cheekpieces. Much respected. TFRHHHII BHA110

7 ALOE VERA (409) 11- D Br B f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Almiranta O Miss K. Rausing B Miss K. Rausing

4 9-2 (4) Rossa Ryan J Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T

TIMEFORM VIEW Unbeaten last May over 10f with ready wins in Chepstow novice and listed race (11/4) at Goodwood. This is tougher and subsequent absence is a worry but she remains unexposed and has more to offer. TFRHHHII BHA103 DECLARED RUNNERS 7 2019: ELARQAM 4 9 10 Jim Crowley 11-10 (Mark Johnston) 7 ran Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 6. Probable S.P’s: 3-1 Fox Chairman (IRE), 4-1 Magny Cours (USA), 5-1 Global Giant, 11-2 Dubai Warrior, 17-2 Aspetar (FR), 12-1 Spotify (FR), 16-1 Aloe Vera

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PLAY SMARTER

A case can be made for all in a fascinating listed contest but GLOBAL GIANT is taken to make it 2-2 for John Gosden and confirm the abundant promise shown when sprinting clear at Wolverhampton on his yard debut. Andre Fabre’s French challenger Magny Cours is greatly feared, while Fox Chairman could easily bounce back after failing to fire at Royal Ascot and is not discounted either.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.GLOBAL GIANT 2.MAGNY COURS (USA) 3.FOX CHAIRMAN (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

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1m 1f 209y

SEVENTH RACE 4.35 THE CORAL RACING SUPER SERIES FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2)

for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £15000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £7284, 2nd £2435, 3rd £1217, 4th £609, 5th £305, 6th £152. (Penalty Value £9337.50)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): A Balding (20 wins from 158 runners, 13%) runs BE MORE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (17 wins from 90 runners, 19%) runs TULIP FIELDS Longest Traveller: TULIP FIELDS trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

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horse

age

1 BELLA VITA (28) 11125-5 D

st- lb

Draw

4 10-0 (5)

Charles Bishop J Br Gr f Aussie Rules (USA) - Garabelle (IRE) Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T O John & Heather Raw ABM Catering Limited S B Shoreham Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Not disgraced 8 3/4 lengths last of 5 to Manuela De Vega in Pinnacle Stakes at Haydock 22 days ago. Progressive last year but handicapper may have her measure, now. TFRHHHII BHA98

2 DEAN STREET DOLL (IRE) (18) 0005-00 4 9-8 (4) Ryan Moore J David Menuisier, Pulborough T Shinco Racing Limited S

Br B f Oasis Dream - Soho Rose (IRE) O Mr Clive Washbourn B G. B. Partnership

TIMEFORM VIEW Limerick maiden winner who finished a creditable fifth in last season’s Irish 1000 Guineas. Disappointing thereafter, but more encouragement on her first couple of outings for this shrewd yard. TFRHHHII BHA92

3 BE MORE (26) 16141-3 BF

4 9-2 (1)

Br B f Shamardal (USA) - Pearl Dance (USA) O Cayton Park Stud Limited B George Strawbridge

Oisin Murphy J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T

TIMEFORM VIEW Three-time winner as a 3yo, including on final outing of the campaign, and made a solid reappearance when third at Haydock. Should stay the longer trip, so likely to give another good account. TFRHHHHI BHA86

4 TULIP FIELDS (16) 3323-11 D Br B f Golden Horn - Vituisa O Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum B Godolphin

3 8-12 (2) Joe Fanning J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Has returned a much-improved filly and readily supplemented her Goodwood win in a 3-runner event at Newmarket 16 days ago, only needing to be pushed out. She’ll take all the beating once more. TFRHHHHH BHA92

5 ALEMAGNA (274) 4/43100- Br B f Sea The Moon (GER) - Alta Moda O Miss K. Rausing B Miss K. Rausing

4 8-11 (3) Jim Crowley J David Simcock, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Improved to make a winning handicap debut at Goodwood (1 1/2m) in August but appeared to come unstuck with cut in the ground on both subsequent outings. As such, any rain would act against her. TFRHHHII BHA81

6 JAMAICAN JILL (142) 230-134

5 8-9 (6) Silvestre De Sousa J William Muir, Lambourn T Tote S

Br B m Teofilo (IRE) - Kahlua Kiss O Mr M. J. Caddy B Horizon Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Looked in the grip of the handicapper since winning at Lingfield in January and is 4lb out of the weights for this turf debut after 142 days off. Very hard to make a case for. TFRHIIII BHA75

7 ASIAAF (21) 41 D

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Br B f New Approach (IRE) - Baqqa (IRE) O Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

Hollie Doyle J Marcus Tregoning, Whitsbury T

TIMEFORM VIEW Built on a promising debut when comfortably off the mark at Goodwood 3 weeks ago. More to come, so warrants consideration despite being 1lb wrong at the weights. TFRHHHHI BHA79 DECLARED RUNNERS 7

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TULIP FIELDS is on a steep upward curve and, based on the ease of her latest Newmarket success, should take plenty of beating in her hat-trick bid. Fellow 3-y-o Asiaaf could lay down a threat on the back of her comfortable Goodwood success, while Be More makes most appeal of the older horses.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.TULIP FIELDS 2.ASIAAF 3.BE MORE

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EIGHTH RACE 5.10 THE CORAL BACKING PROSTATE CANCER UK HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) (For the Tokyo Trophy) for three yrs old x Total race value £15000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £7596, 2nd £2517, 3rd £1259, 4th £629. (Penalty Value £9703.50)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (15-20): R Hannon (35 wins from 258 runners, 14%) runs WHAT AN ANGEL Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (17 wins from 90 runners, 19%) runs ONE HART Longest Traveller: ONE HART trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

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1 SHARED BELIEF (IRE) (17) 15304-0 CD 9-7 (6) Kieran Shoemark J Br B g Dandy Man (IRE) - Hidden Belief (IRE) O China Horse Club/Ballylinch Stud/Clipper Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T B Ballyhane Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Debut maiden winner over this C&D last June and improved form when twice in frame in 1m Listed races at Deauville and Lyon Parilly in autumn. Stiff task at Royal Ascot on handicap debut last time. TFRHHIII BHA90

2 INDIAN CREAK (IRE) (274) 541024- D 9-6 (3) Silvestre De Sousa J Mick Channon, West Ilsley T Mike Channon Bloodstock Ltd S

Br B c Camacho - Ushindi (IRE) O Peter Taplin & Susan Bunney B Mount Coote Stud & New England Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Did well in a busy campaign last year, winning twice before a good second in competitive nursery at Newbury. Far from disgraced when fourth of 28 in valuable sales race at Newmarket 9 months ago. TFRHHIII BHA89

3 ESHAASY (17) 0150-0 D 9-5 (9) Jim Crowley J John Gosden, Newmarket T

Br B g Oasis Dream - Galicuix O Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum B Pantile Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed 7f Kempton novice in August but well held in Sandown Group 3 and 1m Newmarket novice subsequently. Shaped promisingly following a gelding op on handicap bow/return at Royal Ascot last month. TFRHHHHI BHA88

4 STAR IN THE MAKING (22) 2210-2 9-4 (5) Adam Kirby J Clive Cox, Hungerford T Timeform S

Br B f Muhaarar - Lonely Ahead (USA) O Mr A D Spence & Mr M B Spence B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Won 6f Salisbury event in September before struggling in 7f Newmarket nursery (didn’t take to the track). Ran well after 9 months off when runner-up at Leicester 3 weeks ago and she should improve. TFRHHHHI BHA87

5 HECTOR LOZA (14) 406-006 D 9-0 (7) Oisin Murphy J Simon Dow, Epsom T Simon Dow S

Br B c Kodiac - Queen Sarra O Mr Robert Moss B Saleh Al Homaizi & Imad Al Sagar

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful at 2 but well held overseas on final 2 starts and has fared little better back in Britain this year. Dropped 2lb after latest run but has too much to prove. TFRHHIII BHA83

6 CAMPARI (12) 044-1 9-0 (8) Br B g Due Diligence (USA) - Spritzeria O D.MacAuliffe, Anoj Don & Partner B Jeremy Green and Sons

Jason Watson J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T CLASS1PERSONNEL S

TIMEFORM VIEW Build on his 3 promising 2-y-o runs when landing a Chepstow maiden on return from 8 months off following a gelding operation. Likely to go on improving and should have mnore to offer on handicap bow. TFRHHHHI BHA83

7 ONE HART (IRE) (33) 20525-5 8-11 (11) Br Br c Gutaifan (IRE) - Crystal Morning (IRE) O Middleham Park Racing CVI B Jennifer & Evelyn Cullen

Joe Fanning J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark at second attempt at Hamilton (6f) last June but could only match that level during a busy campaign thereafter. Shaped better than distance beaten suggests after breathing op on return. TFRHHHII BHA80

8 BLUE SKYLINE (IRE) (247) 530- 8-8 (4) Br Ch g Footstepsinthesand - Ballerina Blue (IRE) O C Benham/ D Whitford/ L Quinn/ K Quinn B Glashare House Stud

Joey Haynes J David Elsworth, Newmarket T HG Construction Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Shaped with promise first two runs but only seventh of 10 in 7f novice at Newmarket on heavy ground final start. Off 8 months and no surprise to see him bounce back on handicap debut. TFRHHIII BHA77 26


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9 COTAI AGAIN (IRE) (307) 02235- 8-8 (12) Ben Curtis J Charles Hills, Lambourn T Tote S

Br B g Kodiac - Incessant (IRE) O Kangyu Int. Racing (HK) Ltd & Mr F Ma B Cecil and Martin McCracken

TIMEFORM VIEW Ran up to best when third on 7f Goodwood nursery debut last August but unable to match that 10 days later with the hood left off at Windsor. May need this run following 10 months off the track. TFRHHIII BHA77

10 ALBEN SPIRIT (22) 431-5 8-7 (2) Paddy Mathers J Richard Fahey, Malton T Tote S

Br B g Camacho - Priti Fabulous (IRE) O Mr J. K. Shannon & Mr M. A. Scaife B Llety Farms

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark at third attempt in 6f Pontefract maiden in September. Shaped as if in need of the run on handicap debut after 9 months off on return at Doncaster and should go well with that behind him. TFRHHHII BHA76

11 CHEAT (IRE) (142) 01040-0 D 8-6 (10) Hollie Doyle J Paul D’Arcy, Newmarket T Peter + Ross Doyle Bloodstock Ltd S

Br Gr g Gutaifan (IRE) - Beguiler O Paul D’Arcy Racing Partnership B Mr & Mrs John Banahan

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner at Kempton in September but predictably failed to land a blow on first start for this yard in February after being gelded and he’s likely to struggle again. TFRHIIII BHA75

12 WHAT AN ANGEL (3) 600-332 8-4 (1) Br Gr g Dark Angel (IRE) - Mary Boleyn (IRE) O Radley Racing Club and Partner B Chasemore Farm

Thore Hammer Hansen (5) J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T

TIMEFORM VIEW Took his form to a fairly useful level when runner-up on return from 5 months off (also gelded) at Bath on Thursday, headed in final strides. Sure to go well providing this doesn’t come too soon. TFRHHHHH BHA73 DECLARED RUNNERS 12 2019: NO CORRESPONDING RACE LAST YEAR Running for the first time since Gelding No. 9. Stewards Note: BLUE SKYLINE: Following its run on 1/11/2019 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P’s: 4-1 Star In The Making, 9-2 Campari, What An Angel, 13-2 Eshaasy, 14-1 Alben Spirit, 18-1 Indian Creak (IRE), One Hart (IRE), Blue Skyline (IRE), Cotai Again (IRE), 33-1 Shared Belief (IRE), Hector Loza, 50-1 Cheat (IRE)

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WHAT AN ANGEL stepped up on what he had shown previously when runner-up at Bath on Thursday. Provided this doesn’t come too soon, he should be bang there with useful claimer Thore Hammer Hansen taking off a valuable 5lb. Eshaasy shaped promisingly on his handicap bow at Royal Ascot last time so gets the vote for second, ahead of Star In The Making and Campari.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.WHAT AN ANGEL 2.ESHAASY 3.STAR IN THE MAKING

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TODAY’S RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.15 - THE CORAL BEATEN BY A LENGTH FREEBET DRAGON STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9924 to the winning horse The second to receive £3762, the third £1883, the fourth £938, the fifth £470 and the sixth £236. for two yrs old only. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £87 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 2lb; fillies 8st 11lb Penalties, a winner of a Listed race 3lb Of a Pattern race 5lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. 14 entries at £87. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7798; Second £3201; Third £1601; Fourth £800; Fifth £401; Sixth £200. (Penalty Value £9924.25) A SS SEE PAGE 6 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 1.50 - THE CORAL CHARGE (CLASS 1) (Group 3) (Registered as the Sprint Stakes) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £23080 to the winning horse The second to receive £8750, the third £4379, the fourth £2181, the fifth £1094 and the sixth £549. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £407 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 8st 12lb; fillies 8st 9lb 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 9st Penalties, after 2019, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb Of a Group 2 race 5lb Of a Group 1 race 7lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of CORAL. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 20 entries at £407. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £18136; Second £7444; Third £3724; Fourth £1860; Fifth £932; Sixth £464. (Penalty Value £23080.97) A SS SEE PAGE 8 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.25 - THE CORAL HENRY II STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £23080 to the winning horse The second to receive £8750, the third £4379, the fourth £2181 and the fifth £1094. for four yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £407 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 2lb; fillies 8st 13lb Penalties, after 2019, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb Of a Group 2 race 5lb Of a Group 1 race 7lb. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of CORAL. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 12 entries at £407. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £18136; Second £7444; Third £3724; Fourth £1860; Fifth £932. (Penalty Value £23080.97) A SS SEE PAGE 12 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.00 - THE CORAL CHALLENGE (HANDICAP) (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £18675 to the winning horse The second to receive £5592, the third £2796, the fourth £1398, the fifth £699 and the sixth £351. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £150 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight not less than 9st 10lb Penalties, after June 27th, 2020, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb NOTE: Any horse rated above 110 shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb. Subsequently, the excess over 110 in any rating shall be allotted to that horse without limitation to the highest weight to be carried.. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of CORAL. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 26 entries at £150. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £14568; Second £4869; Third £2433; Fourth £1218; Fifth £609; Sixth £303. (Penalty Value £18675) Weights raised 3lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 14 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.35 - THE CORAL-ECLIPSE (CLASS 1) (Group 1) (British Champions Series) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £141775 to the winning horse The second to receive £53750, the third £26900, the fourth £13400, the fifth £6725 and the sixth £3375. for four yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £5000 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 9st NOTE: Horses will only be eligible to run in this race provided that they have a current BHA Handicap Rating of 80 or higher at closing. Horses which do not qualify for a rating may also be eligible providing the BHA Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day before entries close merit a provisional assessment of 80 or higher. Horses which have not run will not be eligible.. CORAL has generously sponsored this race. In addition to the prize money, a trophy value £6000 has been generously donated by CORAL and will be presented to the winning owner. CORAL will also present mementos to the winning trainer and rider. In addition, a prize of £100 will be awarded to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. Declarations to run for this race must be made by 10.00 a.m. on Thursday 2 July and declarations of riders must be made by 1.00 p.m. on Thursday 2 July. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of CORAL. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 8 entries at £5000. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £111400; Second £45725; Third £22875; Fourth £11425; Fifth £5725; Sixth £2850. (Penalty Value £141775) A SS SEE PAGE 20 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.05 - THE CORAL GALA STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £14461 to the winning horse The second to receive £5482, the third £2743, the fourth £1366, the fifth £685 and the sixth £344. for three yrs old and upwards, which have not won a Group 1 or Group 2 Pattern race after 2019. Enter by noon, June 29th and pay £127 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 8st 11lb; fillies 8st 6lb 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 7lb; fillies 9st 2lb Penalties, after 2019, a winner of a Listed race 3lb Of a Group 3 race 5lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £9000 towards the prize money for this race. 13 entries at £127. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £11363; Second £4664; Third £2333; Fourth £1165; Fifth £584; Sixth £291. (Penalty Value £14461.05) A SS SEE PAGE 22 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.35 - THE CORAL RACING SUPER SERIES FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9337 to the winning horse The second to receive £2796, the third £1398, the fourth £699, the fifth £349 and the sixth £175. for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only, Rated 81-100 (also open to such horses rated 101 and 102; such horses rated 80 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £75 stake if the horse is rated 81 or higher, or £15 stake if the horse is rated 80 or lower with £60 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 4lb Penalties, after June 27th, 2020, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. 11 entries at £75. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7284; Second £2435; Third £1217; Fourth £609; Fifth £305; Sixth £152. (Penalty Value £9337.50) SS SEE PAGE 24 FOR THIS RACE. Eighth Race 5.10 - THE CORAL BACKING PROSTATE CANCER UK HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) (For the Tokyo Trophy) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9703 to the winning horse The second to receive £2887, the third £1443 and the fourth £721. for three yrs old only, Rated 71-90 (also open to such horses rated 91 and 92; such horses rated 70 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £75 stake if the horse is rated 71 or higher, or £15 stake if the horse is rated 70 or lower with £60 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 3rd. Lowest weight 8st 2lb; Highest weight 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 27th, 2020, for each race won 6lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. 27 entries at £75. - Closed June 29th, 2020. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7596; Second £2517; Third £1259; Fourth £629. (Penalty Value £9703.50) SS SEE PAGE 26 FOR THIS RACE.


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