Sandown Park Racecard - Saturday 3rd July - Coral-Eclipse

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THE CORAL SUMMER FESTIVAL

CORAL-ECLIPSE DAY SATURDAY 3 JULY 2021 OFFICIAL RACECARD


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THE JOCKEY CLUB WELCOMES YOU

Welcome to Sandown Park for Coral-Eclipse Day, the second day of our Coral Summer Festival. The feature race today is the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse, one of the highlights of the flat turf season and a race that has historically been the first time in a season when the three-year-old ‘Classic generation’ take on their older rivals. The race is named after Eclipse, an undefeated winner of 18 races during the 18th century. More recent winners of the race have included Giant’s Causeway (2000), Sea The Stars (2009), Golden Horn (2015) and Enable (2019). Last year, Enable was defeated by Ghaiyyath in a superb renewal of the race, which earned the Coral-Eclipse the distinction of being named sixth in the worldwide Longines Top Ten Group 1's of 2020. Having sponsored the Coral-Eclipse since 1976, the partnership is recognised as one of the longest-running continuous and current sponsorships of a British race. Sandown Park and The Jockey Club would like to thank Coral for their significant support of this prestigious race. The Coral-Eclipse is in the Middle Distance category of the QIPCO British Champions Series, which is now in its tenth year. The second race on the card is the Group 3 Coral Charge over the minimum distance of five furlongs, a sprint which takes place on the straight in the centre of the course. We also have Listed action in the form of the Coral Distaff, a race for three-year-old fillies over a distance of one mile. While we all remain hopeful that restrictions will ease soon, we still have a collective role to play in controlling the spread of coronavirus and I therefore remind you of our customer Code of Conduct, the main points of which can be found on page 8. I hope that you have a wonderful afternoon here at Sandown Park and look forward to welcoming you back again soon.

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Chairman Peter Jensen Directors of the Racecourse Committee Di Arbuthnot Nick Attenborough Brian Finch Nick Mustoe Charles Hemphill Sarah Henderson Guy Henriques Stephen Smith London Director Phil White Regional Head of Racing & Clerk of the Course Andrew Cooper Head of Operations Stuart Dorn

Stewards Shaun Parker (Chief Steward) John Paxman (Stewards Panel Chair) Sam Angell Josie Brown Cody Watkins Richard Westropp Social Distancing Officer Cathy O’Meara Starters Sophia Upton James Stenning Judge Jane Green Clerk Of The Scales Leigh O’Brien Veterinary Officer Howard Robinson

Finance Director Sarah Drabwell

Veterinary Surgeons Simon Knapp, L.V.O., B.Sc., B.VetMed.,

Head of Marketing Michelle Anderson

M.R.C.V.S.

Regional Estates Manager Craig Williamson

Clive Hamblin, B.Vet.Med., M.R.C.V.S. Jamie Knapp, B.V.M.S., M.R.C.V.S. RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery (Orthapaedics)

Deputy Estates Manager Steve Mills

Veterinary Spotter Melvin Stafford M.A., Vet.M.B., M.R.C.V.S.

Safety Officer Gareth Richardson

Medical Officers Dr Lucy Free, Dr Rob Cullen, Dr Peter Johnson, Dr Mark Gorvin, Dr Graeme Robertson, Dr Rizwan Ghani

Owners and Trainers Liaison Manager Petra Gough Commentator Mark Johnson Betting Ring Manager Andrew Boardley

Equine Welfare and Integrity Officers Kelly McSorley, Carol Broodbank, Peter Double, Louise Sheridan, John Bramhill

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TODAY’S RACING FIRST RACE 1:15pm

The Coral ‘Beaten-By-A-Length’ Free Bet Handicap Stakes (5f 10y)

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SECOND RACE 1:50pm

The Coral Charge (Group 3) (Registered as The Sprint Stakes) (5f 10y)

THIRD RACE 2:25pm

The Coral Challenge (Handicap) (1m)

FOURTH RACE

3:00pm The Coral Distaff (Listed Race) (1m)

14-15 18-20 24-25

FIFTH RACE 3:35pm

The Coral-Eclipse (Group 1) (British Champions Series) (1m 1f 209y)

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SIXTH RACE

4:10pm

The Coral Proud To Support British Racing Handicap Stakes (1m 1f 209y)

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SEVENTH RACE

4:45pm The Play Coral ‘Racing-Super-Series’ For Free Handicap Stakes (7f)

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EIGHTH RACE

5:15pm

The Coral Backing Prostate Cancer UK Handicap Stakes (1m 1f 209y)

42-44

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2 GHAIYYATH (IRE) (30) 1310-11 D Br B h Dubawi (IRE) - Nightime (IRE) O Godolphin 13 13 B Springbank Way Stud 14 14

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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 3

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RACECARD

1. FORM

EXPERT VIEW

A quick way to see a horse’s past performance. These are its recent finishing positions.

How the experts rate the horse’s chances:

Look out for Letters: C = Has won at this course D = Has won over this distance CD = Has won over this distance at this course BF = Was a beaten favourite

2. BHA rating = the higher the number, the better the horse. 3. Timeform view and TFR rating 4. HORSE’S TRAINER & THEIR LOCATION Look out for the summary of leading course trainers before each race.

MORE INFORMATION ON THE FORM

5. JOCKEY

- = New racing season / = Missed racing season P = Was pulled-up and didn’t finish the race F = Horse fell U = Rider unseated R = Horse refused to race CO = The horse was forced out of a race by a loose horse B = Horse was brought down S = Horse slipped r = The horse ran around a jump or took the wrong course in a flat race d = Disqualified Bold form figures = performance in all-weather (Flat) or Point-to-Point (Jump) races

Listen out for any jockeys who are having a successful day. OTHER USEFUL DETAILS 6. Owner’s colours worn by the Jockey 7. Saddlecloth number 8. Horse’s name 9. Days since the horse last run 10. Horse’s age 11. Jockey’s weight (stone and Ibs) 12. The horse’s breeding – father (sire) and mother (dam) 13. Horse’s owner 14. Horse’s breeder 15. Birthplace of horse (outside GB) 16. Draw – position of the horse in the starting stalls

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5f 10y

FIRST RACE 1.15 THE CORAL ‘BEATEN-BY-A-LENGTH’ FREE BET HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £25000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £10158, 2nd £5080, 3rd £2540, 4th £1270, 5th £635, 6th £318. (Penalty Value £12885) Weights raised 1lb 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 (16-21): W Haggas (17 wins from 81 runners, 21%) runs HURRICANE IVOR Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): W Haggas (12 wins from 45 runners, 27%) runs HURRICANE IVOR Longest Traveller: BOSSIPOP trained by T Easterby, Malton, 226 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

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horse

HURRICANE IVOR (IRE) (42) 054D5-0 D

Br B g Ivawood (IRE) - Quickstep Queen O Mrs Fiona Carmichael B J. & P. McLoughney

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Tom Marquand J William Haggas, Newmarket T Fine & Country Jersey Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner in France for Fabrice Chappet and may have needed the run when last of 12 in handicap on return/debut for new yard at York (5f, soft). Eased 4lb since and not one to write off just yet. TFRHHIII BHA94

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LIHOU (GB) (7) 224443 D

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Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) J David Evans, Abergavenny T Emma Evans Racing Ltd S

Br Ch g Mayson - Kodiac Island O Mr Trevor Gallienne B David Botterill & John Guest

TIMEFORM VIEW Has held his form very well this year, making the frame all 8 starts since scoring at Wolverhampton (5f) in January. Should give another good account, but all 5 career wins have come on sharp tracks. TFRHHHII BHA88

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MOKAATIL (GB) (28) 403401 D

Br Br g Lethal Force (IRE) - Moonlit Garden (IRE) O Midtech B Biddestone Stud

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David Egan J Ian Williams, Alvechurch T Mid-Tech (Air Products) Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Returned to form in no uncertain terms when landing the 16-runner “Dash” with blinkers refitted at Epsom (5f, good to soft). 6lb rise fair and claims if responding well to change of headgear here. TFRHHHHI BHA88

4 SPOOF (GB) (7) 10-6621 CD Br B g Poet’s Voice - Filona (IRE) O Gary and Linnet Woodward B Scuderia Blueberry SRL

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James Doyle J Charles Hills, Lambourn T Stonegate Homes S

TIMEFORM VIEW Has gradually returned to form this season, back on the scoresheet at Chester (5f, soft) last weekend. Up just 2lb and this dual C&D winner has to enter calculations, despite the wide draw. TFRHHHII BHA87

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Br Ch g Assertive - Opopmil (IRE) O Mr Ambrose Turnbull B Lady Whent

Rob Hornby J Tim Easterby, Malton T Easthorpe Hall Stud S

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TIMEFORM VIEW Back to winning ways at Pontefract (5f, soft) in May and has performed with credit at Ripon and Chester since. Should make his presence felt once more, though he’s yet to win off a mark this high. TFRHHHII BHA87

FIREPOWER (FR) (268) 1606/60- D

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Martin Dwyer J Br B g Starspangledbanner (AUS) - Torentosa (FR) William Muir & Chris Grassick, Lambourn T O Mrs Michelle Morgan Tote S B Mme Mise Soledad De Moratalla

TIMEFORM VIEW Looked promising when making a winning debut at 2 yrs, but he hasn’t made much of an impact since and probably best watched starting out for new yard on the back of an 8-month absence. TFRHIIII BHA85

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POP DANCER (IRE) (106) 340-255 CD

Br B g Kodiac - Pop Art (IRE) O Mr B. J. Millen B Marston Stud

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Jason Watson J Tony Carroll, Cropthorne T Millen Hotels S

TIMEFORM VIEW Successful twice last year, including over this C&D, and good start to 2021 when going close at Lingfield in January. Poor effort when last seen in March, though, and others make more appeal. TFRHHIII BHA84

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SAAHEQ (GB) (21) 312501 CD

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Sean Levey J Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Brevity (USA) Amanda Perrett, Pulborough T O Coombelands Racing Syndicate Amanda Perrett Racing - Coombelands Racing Stables S B Cliveden Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Failed to get his head in front in 2020, but has already won 3 times this year, the latest a cosy C&D success 3 weeks ago. Raised just 3lb and well-drawn, so another bold show is anticipated. TFRHHHHH BHA83 10


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Br B g Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Clear Impression (IRE) O Mr P. Cook B New Hall Stud

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Saffie Osborne (5) J John Bridger, Liphook T

TIMEFORM VIEW Ended last season on a winning note and successful on 2 of his 3 starts this year. However, form has dipped of late and stall 10 is hardly helpful. TFRHHIII BHA80

10 PHOENIX STAR (IRE) (21) 420124 D Br B g Alhebayeb (IRE) - Volcanic Lady (IRE) O Flying High Syndicate B Caroline, Mark & Stephanie Hanly

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Oliver Stammers (5) J Jessica Macey, Doncaster T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on the scoresheet at Newcastle in April and his 2 subsequent efforts have been solid, too, beaten just a length when fourth to Saaheq over C&D last time. Solid each-way chance. TFRHHHII BHA77 2020: MEETING ABANDONED DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Visor worn first time by No. 3. Hood worn by No. 6. Blinkers worn by No. 5, 8. Tongue Strap worn by No. 3. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 10.

PLAY SMARTER

SAAHEQ bounced back to form to win a C&D handicap in cosy fashion 3 weeks ago, always travelling strongly before being produced to lead in the final 50 yards. He had Phoenix Star in behind on that occasion and a 3lb rise underestimates the authority of that win, so he is taken to follow up from a good draw. Mokaatil has to be feared following his win in the “Dash”, while Spoof is also respected.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SAAHEQ 2.MOKAATIL 3.SPOOF

RACE RESULT

RACE TIME

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STANDARD & RECORD TIMES

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

POSITION OF STALLS

Sprint Course - Far Side Remainder - Inside

RECORD TIMES DISTANCE TIME

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8-12 Good to Firm

July 8, 2017

5f 2yo

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July 22, 1982

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Mawsuff

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June 14, 1986

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September 13, 2019

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Dejame Paso

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8-11 Good to Firm

June 12, 2021

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Kalaglow

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First Race

Probable S.P’s: 9-2 Mokaatil (GB), Saaheq (GB), 5-1 Spoof (GB), 7-1 Lihou (GB), 15-2 Phoenix Star (IRE), 10-1 Bossipop (GB), 14-1 Hurricane Ivor (IRE), 18-1 Pop Dancer (IRE), 28-1 Pettochside (GB), 40-1 Firepower (FR)


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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 £80000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £35648, 2nd £14632, 3rd £7320, 4th £3656, 5th £1832, 6th £912. (Penalty Value £45368)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Hannon (31 wins from 245 runners, 13%) runs HAPPY ROMANCE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (12 wins from 94 runners, 13%) runs HAPPY ROMANCE Longest Traveller: AINSDALE trained by K Burke, Leyburn, 249 miles.

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LAZULI (IRE) (63) 1541-31 CD

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James Doyle J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

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

TIMEFORM VIEW Very smart gelding who landed Newbury Group 3 final start last season. Defied penalty in Palace House at Newmarket 9 weeks ago. Only fifth in this last year but is a C&D winner. Has 3lb penalty. TFRHHHHI BHA112

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Clifford Lee J K. R. Burke, Leyburn T

Br B c Mayson - Bruni Heinke (IRE) O Mr David W. Armstrong B Highfield Farm LLP

TIMEFORM VIEW Good neck second in Temple Stakes at Haydock (5f, heavy) but that was a substandard renewal and similar form when only sixth in Group 3 at Newcastle last week. Bit to find. TFRHHHII BHA105

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ARECIBO (FR) (18) 00-1612 D

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Jamie Spencer J Robert Cowell, Newmarket T Al Basti Equiworld S

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Oceanique (USA) O Mr T. W. Morley B Wertheimer et Frere

TIMEFORM VIEW Has been transformed from frustrating high-end handicapper to Group-1 placed (runner-up in King’s Stand at Royal Ascot) in just 4 starts for new connections and obvious claims back down in class. TFRHHHHI BHA113

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Tom Marquand J Br Gr g Dark Angel (IRE) - Silver Shoon (IRE) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O Mr P. K. Siu B Yeomanstown Stud & Doc Bloodstock ABM Catering Facilities Management S

TIMEFORM VIEW Did well last season and further improvement this spring, winning at Newbury and unlucky not to beat Lazuli when upped to this grade at Newmarket. Shortlist material. TFRHHHHH BHA108

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COUNT D’ORSAY (IRE) (8) 020030 D

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Br B g Dandy Man (IRE) - Deira (USA) O Ambrose Turnbull & John Cruces B Corrin Stud

Rob Hornby J Tim Easterby, Malton T Easthorpe Hall Stud S

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ROCKET ACTION (GB) (81) 0204-50 D

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

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David Egan J Robert Cowell, Newmarket T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful gelding but yet to win on turf and this looks too tough for him. Headgear on. TFRHIIII BHA97

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STONE OF DESTINY (GB) (18) 10-0230 D

Br B g Acclamation - Irishstone (IRE) O King Power Racing Co Ltd B Biddestone Stud

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Oisin Murphy J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T King Power International Co Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Won Portland at Doncaster last season and posted another fine effort in a big handicap when third in Epsom Dash. Creditable eighth in King’s Stand at Royal Ascot since and not without a chance. TFRHHHII BHA106

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KEEP BUSY (IRE) (11) 325-551 D

Br B f Night of Thunder (IRE) - Look Busy (IRE) O Mrs Doreen Tabor B Hackcanter Ltd & Mr P. Gleeson

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Ryan Moore J John Quinn, Malton T Ashford Stud S

TIMEFORM VIEW Best effort last year when finishing second in Group 1 at the Curragh. Better for return when fine fifth in King’s Stand at Royal Ascot before landing odds in Listed race at Ayr recently. Respected. TFRHHHHI BHA108 14


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ATALIS BAY (GB) (21) 106-121 CD

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Br B c Cable Bay (IRE) - Atalis O Scuderia Blueberry S. R. L. B Amelia Field

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Andrea Atzeni J Marco Botti, Newmarket T Marco Botti Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sprinter who readily made all in 9-runner Listed race at this C&D (good, 6/4) 21 days ago but bit more required up in grade and taking on his elders. TFRHHHII BHA103

10 HAPPY ROMANCE (IRE) (15) 14-0150 CD Br B f Dandy Man (IRE) - Rugged Up (IRE) O The McMurray Family B Redpender Stud Ltd

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Sean Levey J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful juvenile who picked up some nice prizes before a creditable fourth in the Cheveley Park at Newmarket. Mixed results so far this season, however, and drops back to 5f now. TFRHHHII BHA103 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 2020: A’ALI (IRE) 3 8 12 Frankie Dettori 12-1 (Simon & Ed Crisford) 11 ran Visor worn first time by No. 6. Tongue Strap worn by No. 6. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2. Stewards Note: COUNT D’ORSAY: Following its run on 25/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was impeded leaving the stalls. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Arecibo (FR), 9-2 Came From The Dark (IRE), 5-1 Lazuli (IRE), 6-1 Keep Busy (IRE), 9-1 Atalis Bay (GB), 14-1 Stone of Destiny (GB), 16-1 Ainsdale (GB), 22-1 Count d’Orsay (IRE), 33-1 Happy Romance (IRE), 50-1 Rocket Action (GB)

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.CAME FROM THE DARK (IRE) 2.LAZULI (IRE) 3.ARECIBO (FR)

RACE RESULT

RACE TIME

DISTANCE

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4TH

TODAY’S RACE SPONSOR

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STANDARD & RECORD TIMES

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

EACH-WAY BETTING TERMS Working alongside the Racecourse Association (RCA), bookmakers have introduced standard each-way betting terms across Jockey Club Racecourses. Bookmakers will provide these terms, or better, when offering each-way betting. - Fewer than 3 runners: win bets only, no places offered - 3 or 4 runners: all to win. Where a bookmaker wishes to depart from this default position he may offer place terms for 3 or 4 runners, this must be at 1/5 odds a place 1-2 - 5 to 7 runners (inclusive): 1/4 (one quarter) odds for finishing 1st or 2nd - 8 or more runners: 1/5 odds for finishing 1st, 2nd or 3rd - Handicap races with 12 to 15 runners (inclusive): 1/4 odds for finishing 1st, 2nd or 3rd - Handicap races with 16 to 21 runners (inclusive): 1/5 odds for finishing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th - Handicap races with 22 or more runners: 1/4 odds for finishing 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th

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PLAY SMARTER

CAME FROM THE DARK was unlucky not to reel in Lazuli in the Palace House Stakes at Newmarket 9 weeks ago and Ed Walker’s progressive 5-y-o is taken to make amends. Lazuli is an obvious threat again, while Arecibo and Keep Busy have both finished second in a Group 1, the former in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot last month.


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THIRD RACE 2.25 THE CORAL CHALLENGE (HANDICAP) (CLASS 2)

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FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Hannon (31 wins from 245 runners, 13%) runs BEAT LE BON Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (12 wins from 94 runners, 13%) runs BEAT LE BON Fancy That: W Haggas won this race in 2019 and 2020. The stable runs MONTATHAM today. Longest Travellers: MAYDANNY & MARIE’S DIAMOND trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

MONTATHAM (GB) (98) 21120-3 CD BF

Br Gr g Showcasing - Eastern Destiny O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Worksop Manor Stud

age

st-lb

Draw

5

9-10

(4)

Adam Farragher (5) J William Haggas, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressed into a really smart performer last term, including a win in this. Made a sound reappearance when third to Top Rank in 1m Doncaster Listed in March. Back from break with yard in top form. TFRHHHHI BHA109

2

ACCIDENTAL AGENT (GB) (18) 5450-40 D

7

9-7

(5)

Charles Bishop J Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T ABM Catering Limited S

Br B g Delegator - Roodle O Mrs R. F. Johnson Houghton B Mrs R. F. Johnson Houghton

TIMEFORM VIEW Queen Anne winner in 2018. Showed he’s still capable of smart form when fourth in 1m Newbury handicap on reappearance and not disgraced when seventh in this year’s Queen Anne since. TFRHHHII BHA106

3

BEDOUIN’S STORY (GB) (16) 26/-1520 D

6

9-6

(6)

Pat Cosgrave J Saeed bin Suroor, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

Br B g Farhh - Time Crystal (IRE) O Godolphin B Dukes Stud & Overbury Stallions Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Isn’t the easiest of rides but found won big-field Meydan handicap in January. Cracking second in Group 3 there next time but never in it after slow start when down field in Buckingham Palace latest. TFRHHHII BHA105

4 MARIE’S DIAMOND (IRE) (28) 043-206 D Br B or Br h Footstepsinthesand - Sindiyma (IRE) O Middleham Park Racing LXXXVI B Mr Tony Ashley

5

9-6

(13)

Andrea Atzeni J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Established as a smart performer, running up to best when second in Group 3 Earl of Sefton at Newmarket on reappearance. Couple of lesser efforts since ahead of this first ever start in a handicap. TFRHHHII BHA105

5

BEAT LE BON (FR) (17) 405325 D

Br B g Wootton Bassett - Frida La Blonde (FR) O Sullivan B’stock/ Merriebelle Irish Farm B Gestut Zur Kuste AG

5

9-5

(9)

Sean Levey J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart 7f/1m performer who hasn’t won for a while but arrives in form, keeping on from well back to finish fifth in Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot 17 days ago. Could play a part. TFRHHHHI BHA104

6

ESCOBAR (IRE) (17) 033650 D

Br B g Famous Name - Saying Grace (IRE) O Withernsea Thoroughbred Limited B Peter Evans

7

9-4

(10)

Adam Kirby J David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley T Tiffin Sandwiches Limited S

TIMEFORM VIEW Very useful has gone 16 runs since last win in 2019. Not seen to best effort in Hunt Cup at Ascot last time so probably still in form. TFRHHHII BHA103

7

ORBAAN (GB) (9) 0040-55 D

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Contradict O JCG Chua & CK Ong B Nawara Stud Limited

6

9-2

(1)

Jamie Spencer J David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley T Gain Equine Nutrition S

TIMEFORM VIEW Respectable fifth of 18 in Lincoln on reappearance and not disgraced in a race which didn’t fall his away on Newcastle’s AW last week. Well capable off this mark. TFRHHHHI BHA101

8

MAYDANNY (IRE) (17) 5106-20 D

Br B g Dubawi (IRE) - Attraction O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Floors Farming

5

9-1

(14)

Dane O’Neill J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on the up in no uncertain terms when making all in 1 1/4m Glorious Goodwood handicap last July. Good reappearance second at Newmarket (9f) but he’s disappointed in the Hunt Cup since. Drawn wide. TFRHHHII BHA100 18


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MAGICAL MORNING (GB) (17) 11502-0 D

Br B g Muhaarar - The Lark O Lady Bamford B Lady Bamford

4

9-0

(11)

Frankie Dettori J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressed into a smart performer at 3. Travelled well for a long way when eighth of 30 in Hunt Cup on reappearance and could be shaper with that outing behind him. Big player for top connections. TFRHHHHH BHA99

10 TRAIS FLUORS (GB) (17) 000410 CD

7

8-12

(12)

Oisin Murphy J Mick Channon, West Ilsley T Mike Channon Bloodstock Ltd S

Br B or Br g Dansili - Trois Lunes (FR) O Mr Lee Harris B SCEA Haras de Saint Pair

TIMEFORM VIEW Snapped a losing run when stepping up on his previous efforts for this yard to win over C&D (good) last month. Not seen to best effect in Hunt Cup since and it would be no surprise to see him go well. TFRHHHHI BHA97

11 ACQUITTED (IRE) (17) 200-202 D BF

4

8-11

(2)

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

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on track with fine second in Spring Mile at Doncaster in March. Disappointed in Victoria Cup next time but better when runner-up on AW in first-time blinkers/tongue tie pairing last month. TFRHHHHI BHA96

12 FANTASY BELIEVER (IRE) (17) 5-12000 D Br B g Make Believe - Avizare (IRE) O The Fantasy Believer Syndicate B Rathasker Stud

4

8-6

(15)

John Egan J Charles Hills, Lambourn T Stonegate Homes S

TIMEFORM VIEW All 3 wins over 1m on Kempton’s polytrack. Windsor second in May shows he’s just as effective on the grass but he’s failed to reproduce that 3 times since. 15 stall makes life even trickier. TFRHHIII BHA91

13 PLANTADREAM (GB) (29) 5224-03 D

6

8-5

(8)

Martin Dwyer J John Best, Sittingbourne T John Best Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Successful 3 times at 1m last year and competitive from higher marks in defeat on turf/AW thereafter. All the better for his reappearance when creditable third at Epsom (8.5f, soft) 29 days ago. TFRHHHII BHA90

14 PYTHAGORAS (IRE) (14) 131-460 D Br B c Zoffany (IRE) - Alegra O Sir Robert Ogden B Sir Robert Ogden

3

8-5

(3)

Paddy Mathers J Richard Fahey, Malton T Ogden Safety Systems Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Three wins in productive 2-y-o campaign, including 1m Pontefract Listed race. Respectable efforts in defeat over 1 1/4m this term. Faded into eighth in Royal Ascot handicap on latest and now drops back to 1m. TFRHHHII BHA99

15 RANSOM (GB) (37) 1-143

Br B g Kingman - Arizona Jewel ER NN O Juddmonte U R B Juddmonte Farms Ltd N-

4

8-3

(7)

Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T

Farms Inc S O winning first 2 starts (both 7f AW).Juddmonte Nwhen TIMEFORM VIEW Looked good prospect Beaten in 2 handicaps since but his first experience of turf when third in Whitsun Cup over C&D last time should aid his development. TFRHHHHI BHA88 2020: MONTATHAM 4 9 3 Jim Crowley 6-5 (William Haggas) 9 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 15 Visor worn first time by No. 3. Tongue Strap worn by No. 6, 7. Blinkers, Tongue Strap worn by No. 11. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2. Stewards Note: TRAIS FLUORS: Following its run on 16/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was denied a clear run. Probable S.P’s: 7-1 Montatham (GB), Magical Morning (GB), 17-2 Acquitted (IRE), 12-1 Trais Fluors (GB), Pythagoras (IRE), 14-1 Maydanny (IRE), 16-1 Bedouin’s Story (GB), Plantadream (GB), 18-1 Beat Le Bon (FR), Orbaan (GB), 20-1 Marie’s Diamond (IRE), 22-1 Escobar (IRE), 28-1 Accidental Agent (GB), 33-1 Fantasy Believer (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

MAGICAL MORNING shaped as if he possibly just needed the run after moving well for a long way in the Hunt Cup on his reappearance and is worth another chance to show he still has good prize in him off this mark. Last year’s winner Montatham, and this season’s C&D scorer Trais Fluors head the dangers.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.MAGICAL MORNING 2.MONTATHAM 3.TRAIS FLUORS

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ECLIPSE

Today’s feature contest, the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse, commemorates one of the most influential horses of all-time – Eclipse. Bred by the Duke of Cumberland, a son of King George II, Eclipse acquired his name by being born during the great solar eclipse of 1764. There is no record of his birthplace, but it is most likely to have been at the Duke’s stud in Windsor. Sadly the Duke died in 1765 and at the dispersal sale of his bloodstock interests, Eclipse was sold to sheep dealer William Wildman for 75 Guineas (a Guinea is equivalent to £1.05 today). A highly-strung chestnut colt with a white blaze and one white sock, Eclipse was allowed to develop by Wildman and he did not step on to a racecourse until he was five years old. He made his debut at Epsom Downs on May 3rd 1769, winning a Plate valued at £50 after winning each of the four-mile heats by a distance. It was on this day that noted gambler Dennis O’Kelly is reported to have said “Eclipse first, the rest nowhere” when placing a bet. O’Kelly subsequently bought a half-share in Eclipse for 650 Guineas. Eclipse would win all of his nine races in 1769, although his dominance was scaring off the competition and three of his successes were walk-overs! In 1770 O’Kelly bought out Wildman’s remaining half-share for 1,100 Guineas and Eclipse was utterly dominant throughout the year, with victories at venues that remain familiar to this day, such as Newmarket and York and some which have since closed, like Guildford and Lincoln. By the end of 1770, Eclipse had won another nine races. Having seen off all competition and with nothing left to prove, he was retired having won all of his 18 starts. Eclipse stood as a stallion from 1771, based initially in Epsom before moving to Edgware, Middlesex. He sired 344 winners including Derby winners Young Eclipse, Saltram, Volunteer, and Sergeant. The most significant of his offspring was Potatoooooooos, one of the best racehorses of the 18th century and an extremely influential sire. A fourth generation offspring of foundation sire the Darley Arabian, Eclipse played a pivotal role in the development of the modern thoroughbred racehorse – so much so that 95 per cent of racehorses today have lineage directly back to him. Eclipse died on February 26th 1789. Although not especially attractive in terms of his looks, an examination of Eclipse’s body after his death revealed he had an abnormally large heart. His skeleton was preserved and is housed at the Royal Veterinary College in London, while the great horse was also the subject of several paintings by outstanding artist George Stubbs.


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FOURTH RACE 3.00 THE CORAL DISTAFF (CLASS 1) (Listed Race)

for three yrs old fillies x Total race value £52000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £23171, 2nd £9511, 3rd £4758, 4th £2376, 5th £1191, 6th £593. (Penalty Value £29489.20)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Hannon (31 wins from 245 runners, 13%) runs SHINE FOR YOU Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): W Haggas (12 wins from 45 runners, 27%) runs AUNTY BRIDY & READY TO VENTURE Fancy That: W Haggas won this race in 2018 and 2019. The stable runs AUNTY BRIDY and READY TO VENTURE today.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

AUNTY BRIDY (IRE) (76) 162-0

st-lb

Draw

9-0

(10)

Adam Farragher J William Haggas, Newmarket T

Br Ch f Camacho - Benedicte (IRE) O Lael Stable B Karis Bloodstock Ltd & Rathbarry Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Maiden winner who signed off for Jim Bolger with an excellent second in a Group 3 at the Curragh. Picked up for 410,000gns but shaped as if amiss when well held in Fred Darling at Newbury on yard bow. TFRHHHII BHA103

2

AURIA (GB) (23) 31-24 D

9-0

(9)

Oisin Murphy J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T

Br B f Muhaarar - Tiana O Mrs F. Denniff B A. S. Denniff

TIMEFORM VIEW AW novice winner on second start in November and improved on that form when a keeping-on second at Ascot in April (1m). Creditable fourth in Newbury Listed race since and solid each-way contender. TFRHHHHI BHA94

3

GLESGA GAL (IRE) (15) 4201-10

9-0

(3)

James Doyle J Hugo Palmer, Newmarket T Pol Roger Ltd S

Br Ch f Lope de Vega (IRE) - Crystany (IRE) O Next Wave Racing / E Tynan / E Babington B Ballygallon Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved since the blinkers went on, easily landing 7f handicap at Wolverhampton in May. Travelled better than most until folding from 2f out at Royal Ascot and remains with potential. TFRHHHHI BHA91

4 KESTENNA (GB) (15) 211250 D Br Ch f Pride of Dubai (AUS) - Lamyaa O Mr M. Al-Qatami & Mr K. M. Al-Mudhaf B The Pocock Family

9-0

(8)

Frankie Dettori J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual AW novice winner who seemed unsuited by conditions when well held in Sandringham Handicap at Royal Ascot (1m, soft) 15 days ago. TFRHHHII BHA97

5

LUCID DREAMER (GB) (76) 11-0

Br Gr f Dansili - Sleep Walk O Juddmonte B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-0

(6)

David Egan J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 7f winner as juvenile but off since beating only one in Fred Darling Stakes at Newbury (7f, good) 76 days ago. Still early days and not written off. TFRHHHII BHA90

6

READY TO VENTURE (GB) (43) 21-36 BF

Br B f Kingman - Wonderstruck (IRE) O Lael Stable B Lael Stable

9-0

(2)

Tom Marquand J William Haggas, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful 7f winner but failed to confirm previous form when only sixth of 8 in Listed race at Goodwood (9.9f, soft) 43 days ago. Back down in trip and it remains early days. TFRHHHII BHA93

7

ROSEMARY AND THYME (GB) (10) 501234

Br B f Camelot - Scarborough Fair O Mr Paul Brocklehurst B Floors Farming & ORS Bloodstock

SEATTLE ROCK (GB) (23) 633-001 D

(7)

Rob Hornby J Hughie Morrison, East Ilsley T Bridgend Hotel S

TIMEFORM VIEW Consistent sort but is surely flying too high in this company.

8

9-0

TFRHHIII BHA85

9-0

(11)

Dane O’Neill J Br B f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Snoqualmie Girl (IRE) Sylvester Kirk, Upper Lambourn T O Mr J. C. Smith B Littleton Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Capitalised on a significant drop in grade to get off the mark in 1m novice at Newbury 23 days ago, despite flashing tail close home. Each-way claims back up in grade. TFRHHHII BHA93 24


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SENITA (GB) (52) 221-06 D

9-0

Br Br f Frankel - Atone O Juddmonte B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

(4)

Andrea Atzeni J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Frankel filly who finished runner-up first 2 starts before making most of good opportunity in 1m Redcar novice in October. Disappointing reappearance and fared no better in Musidora at York last time. TFRHHHII BHA88

10 SHINE FOR YOU (GB) (8) 213-46 Br B f Siyouni (FR) - Lady Viola O Taylor & O’Dwyer and Partners B Mr & Mrs A. E. Pakenham

9-0

(1)

Sean Levey J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced winner who has run about as well as could be expected in the face of stiff tasks the last twice. Back down in trip. TFRHHHII BHA97

11 STATEMENT (IRE) (28) 221-203 BF

9-0

Br B f Lawman (FR) - Fact Or Folklore (IRE) O Ballylinch Stud 1 B Ballylinch Stud

(5)

Ryan Moore J Martyn Meade, Manton T Meyer Timber Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Newbury maiden winner last autumn and improved a good deal when just failing in Fred Darling there on reappearance. Not so good both starts since but still sets the standard dropping in grade. TFRHHHHH BHA106 DECLARED RUNNERS 11 Blinkers worn by No. 3. Tongue Strap worn by No. 7. Stewards Note: KESTENNA: Following its run on 18/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was unsuited by the heavy ground. STATEMENT: Following its run on 5/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost its left fore shoe. Probable S.P’s: 5-2 Statement (IRE), 8-1 Aunty Bridy (IRE), 17-2 Auria (GB), 9-1 Ready To Venture (GB), 10-1 Glesga Gal (IRE), 11-1 Shine For You (GB), 12-1 Lucid Dreamer (GB), 14-1 Kestenna (GB), Seattle Rock (GB), 22-1 Senita (GB), 50-1 Rosemary And Thyme (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Things haven’t quite gone to plan for STATEMENT following a promising reappearance in the Fred Darling at Newbury, but this represents a sizeable drop in grade and she’s fancied to take advantage. Glesga Gal shaped as if still in good form at Royal Ascot and remains with potential, while Auria is a solid each-way contender.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.STATEMENT (IRE) 2.GLESGA GAL (IRE) 3.AURIA

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ECLIPSE 1764 - 1789

Whichever horse wins the 2021 running of the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse, will be a direct descendent, through their male line, to ECLIPSE, foaled in 1764.

ECLIPSE 1764 Pot8os 1773

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.

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 Makfi 2007 Make Believe 2012

Nureyev 1977 Polar Falcon 1987 Pivotal 1993

Mishriff 2017

Addeybb 2014

Pharos 1920 Nearco 1935 Nearctic 1954 Northern Dancer 1961


He was already a five-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. The lineage chart, shown here, depicts the impact ECLIPSE has had on the thoroughbred breeding Galileo lines and, it is estimated, 95% of thoroughbreds France in 2021, his DNA can be traced back to this is present. Perhaps more great horse. pertinently for the future From Grand National of the thoroughbred, winners, such as TIGER the two greatest sires of ROLL, through Cheltenham recent times, SADLER’S Gold Cup winners, world WELLS, whose only Group class sprinters, such 1 victory in the United as BATTAASH, and Kingdom was the 1984 the winners of each of running of the Eclipse and GALILEO, the four Classics run in Stakes, are his descendents. Great Britain, Ireland and

Storm Bird 1978 Storm Cat 1983 Giant’s Causeway 1997 Shamardal 2002 Lope De Vega 2007

Siyouni 2007

St Mark’s Basilica 2018

El Drama 2018


THE CORALECLIPSE

TH ROUGHOUT TH E DECADES T h is ye a r se e s th e 1 2 5th r u n n in g of to d ay ’s fe atu re co nte s t , the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse. Part of the British Champions Series , the mile and a quar ter highlight boasts some outstanding winners over the years . Isinglass (1894) – The sixth winner of the Triple Crown (2000 Guineas, Derby & St Leger) in 1893, Isinglass won 11 of his 12 races. His Eclipse victory as a four-year-old saw him overcome 1894 Derby winner Ladas by a length in a thrilling finish. Flying Fox (1899) – It took all the skill of legendary trainer John Porter to bring out the best in Flying Fox but the colt was unbeatable in 1899, winning the Triple Crown and Eclipse. The successful owner, the 1st Duke of Westminster, donated his winning prize money from Sandown Park to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton. Diamond Jubilee (1900) – Owned and bred by the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, Diamond Jubilee was so-named as he was foaled


in the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. A very difficult horse to handle, he came into his own when partnered by 19-year-old Herbert Jones in 1900. As well as winning the Triple Crown, he was outstanding when landing the Eclipse in course-record time. Blue Peter (1939) – Winner of the 2000 Guineas and Derby, the outbreak of World War II prevented Blue Peter attempting the Triple Crown. The Eclipse was his fourth and final win from as many starts in 1939. His owner-breeder Lord Rosebery commented: “He was the best horse I ever had and was the best I had ever seen and he had only half a career as a racehorse." Tulyar (1952) – The Aga Khan’s Tulyar was unbeatable throughout 1952 with the Eclipse Stakes among his six victories ,which also included The Derby, St Leger and King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes. At the end of the year he had accrued prize money of £76,577 – a record for a British-trained racehorse at the time.


Dancing Brave

Royal Palace (1968) – Royal Palace’s victory in 1968 was probably the most thrilling finish ever seen in the Eclipse Stakes as he got up in the final strides to defeat Taj Dewan by a short-head with outstanding 1968 Derby winner Sir Ivor close up in third. Mill Reef (1971) – After going down to Brigadier Gerard in the 2000 Guineas, the outstanding Mill Reef was never beaten again. The summer of 1971 saw him land The Derby, Eclipse, King George Vi & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, before his autumn victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. He remains the only horse to win all four races in the same year. Brigadier Gerard (1972) – The best British racehorse of the 20th century, Brigadier Gerard won 17 of his 18 starts. He was not at home on the soft ground for his victory in the 1972 Eclipse, but outstanding courage was one of his many attributes and he dug deep to deny Gold Rod by a length. Sadler’s Wells (1984) – A thoroughly tough and honest performer, the 1984 Eclipse was one of three Group 1 successes for Sadler’s Wells. The final of Vincent O’Brien’s five Eclipse winners, Sadler’s Wells went on to even greater heights as a stallion, being crowned the leading sire in Britain and Ireland a record 14 times. Pebbles (1985) – Although winner of the 1000 Guineas as a three year old in 1984, Pebbles took her form to another level the following year. Her facile Eclipse victory over Rainbow Quest, the first ever for a filly, preceded an equally imperious display in the Champion Stakes before she created history by becoming the first British-trained winner at the Breeders’ Cup in the USA.


Dancing Brave (1986) – Victorious in the 2000 Guineas before an arguably unlucky second in The Derby, Dancing Brave got back on track with a stunning Eclipse success in a season that saw him go on to take the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Nashwan (1989) – The summer of 1989 was all about Nashwan. After taking the 2000 Guineas and Derby, he was unstoppable in the Eclipse as he came home five lengths in front.

Nashwan

Giant’s Causeway (2000) – Nicknamed “The Iron Horse” and the first of Aidan O’Brien five Eclipse winners to date, Giant’s Causeway’s Eclipse victory was the second in a streak of five straight Group 1 victories. With regular jockey Michael Kinane injured, George Duffield was in the saddle and enjoyed his biggest career victory, aged 53.

Giant's Causeway

Sea The Stars (2009) – Successful in the 2000 Guineas and The Derby, Sea The Stars followed up in the Eclipse before going on to win the Juddmonte International, Irish Champion Stakes and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. He swept the board at the 2009 Cartier Racing Awards.


Enable

Enable (2019) – Enable had already won seven Group 1 races before lining up in the 2019 Eclipse, including the 2017 Oaks as well as as the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in both 2017 and 2018. Her Eclipse success was significant as it was her sole Group 1 victory at 10 furlongs.



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FIFTH RACE 3.35 THE CORAL-ECLIPSE (CLASS 1) (Group 1) (British Champions Series) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £600000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £267360, 2nd £109740, 3rd £54900, 4th £27420. (Penalty Value £340260)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (30 wins from 150 runners, 20%) runs MISHRIFF Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): W Haggas (12 wins from 45 runners, 27%) runs ADDEYBB Fancy That: J & T Gosden won this race in 2012, 2015, 2018 and 2019. The stable runs MISHRIFF today. Longest Traveller: ST MARK’S BASILICA trained by A P O’Brien, Ireland.

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ADDEYBB (IRE) (77) 1211-21 C D

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st-lb

Draw

7

9-7

(4)

Tom Marquand J William Haggas, Newmarket T

Br Ch g Pivotal - Bush Cat (USA) O Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW High-class gelding who arrives on back of Group 1 win at Randwick (1m2f) in April. Blinkers worn there are replaced by usual cheekpieces and he’s firmly in the picture with ground conditions to suit. TFRHHHII BHA125

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MISHRIFF (IRE) (98) 1110-11 D

Br B c Make Believe - Contradict O Prince A. A. Faisal B Nawara Stud Limited

4

9-7

(3)

David Egan J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Has resumed better than ever this spring and he made it 2-2 in Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan (12f). Equally as effective at this shorter trip, and this top-class colt looks the one to beat. TFRHHHHH BHA122

3

EL DRAMA (IRE) (27) 1-3310 D

Br Ch c Lope de Vega (IRE) - Victoire Finale O Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum B Farm Cove Thoroughbreds

3

8-11

(2)

Andrea Atzeni J Roger Varian, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Very useful colt who landed Chester’s Dee Stakes in May but well held in Prix du Jockey Club behind St Mark’s Basilica at Chantilly last time. Has plenty on his plate here. TFRHHIII BHA109

4 ST MARK’S BASILICA (FR) (27) 5131-11 D Br B c Siyouni (FR) - Cabaret (IRE) O Mr D. Smith, Mrs J. Magnier, Mr M. Tabor B Mr Robert Scarborough

3

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(1)

Ryan Moore J Aidan O’Brien, Ireland T

TIMEFORM VIEW Has made into a high-class colt in 2021 and impressive scorer of Poule d’Essai des Poulains at Longchamp and Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly, showing a really good turn of foot each time. Player. TFRHHHHI BHA120 DECLARED RUNNERS 4 2020: GHAIYYATH (IRE) 5 9 3 William Buick 9-4 (Charlie Appleby) 7 ran Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 1. Probable S.P’s: 13-8 Mishriff (IRE), 7-4 St Mark’s Basilica (FR), 3-1 Addeybb (IRE), 40-1 El Drama (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

Only four runners but still a fascinating Eclipse. MISHRIFF showed himself to be a top-class colt when scoring cosily in the Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic in March and he can cement his placing among Europe’s best middle-distance performers by ending the winning run of Aidan O’Brien’s Prix du Jockey Club hero St Mark’s Basilica. Addeybb shouldn’t be underestimated and he can also have a say.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.MISHRIFF (IRE) 2.ST MARK’S BASILICA (FR) 3.ADDEYBB (IRE)

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1m 1f 209y

SIXTH RACE 4.10 THE CORAL PROUD TO SUPPORT BRITISH RACING HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £40000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £16252, 2nd £8128, 3rd £4064, 4th £2032, 5th £1016, 6th £508. (Penalty Value £20616)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Hannon (31 wins from 245 runners, 13%) runs MAN OF THE NIGHT Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (12 wins from 94 runners, 13%) runs MAN OF THE NIGHT Longest Traveller: DREAM WITH ME trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 245 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

BREATH CAUGHT (GB) (252) 00/4216-

Br B g Bated Breath - Double Crossed O Amo Racing Limited B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

age

st-lb

Draw

6

10-0

(3)

Rob Hornby J Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T Sports Invest UK Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Snapped a 2-year losing run when seeing off 6 rivals at Newmarket (9f) in September. Testing ground probably found him out at Newbury (10f) final start and worth noting he’s gone well fresh previously. TFRHHHII BHA98

2

RHYTHMIC INTENT (IRE) (52) 4402-60 D

5

9-11

(4)

Sean Levey J Stuart Williams, Newmarket T Diomed Stables S

Br Ch h Lope de Vega (IRE) - Kerry Gal (IRE) O Proceed Nominees Pty Ltd B Fermoir Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Scored at York and Newbury last term and signed off with good second of 23 in November Handicap at Doncaster (1m4f). Not disgraced on AW return and clearly not 100% at York latest. Type to bounce back. TFRHHHII BHA95

3

RESTORER (GB) (8) 201-532 D

9

9-11

(6)

Oliver Stammers (5) J Ian Williams, Alvechurch T Euromatech S

Br Gr g Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Moon Empress (FR) O Dr Marwan Koukash B Foursome Thoroughbreds

TIMEFORM VIEW Signed off last term with a narrow success off this mark at Chester (10.3f) and better for opening pair of efforts this term when second at Newmarket (10f) 8 days ago. This does look deeper, though. TFRHHHII BHA95

4 PIVOINE (IRE) (24) 000-041 CD

7

9-10

(5)

Oisin Murphy J Br B g Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Fleur de Cactus (IRE) Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O King Power Racing Co Ltd King Power International Co Ltd S B Ballymacoll Stud Farm Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW 2019 John Smith’s Cup winner who, having fallen plenty in the weights, duly capitalised to score at Haydock (10f) last month, holding subsequent winner Chichester by 1 length. Can go well again. TFRHHHHI BHA94

5

MAN OF THE NIGHT (FR) (28) 006531 D

4

9-8

(10)

Ryan Moore J Br B c Night of Thunder (IRE) - Mandheera (USA) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Mr Saeed Manana B Mr Jean-Pierre Dubois

TIMEFORM VIEW Had gone winless since Newbury debut success in 2019 yet, equipped with first-time blinkers, he gained race in stewards’ room at Doncaster 4 weeks ago having been bumped late on. May build on that now. TFRHHHII BHA92

6

CLASSICAL WAVE (GB) (68) 00-1122 D BF

4

9-7

(2)

David Egan J Br B g Gleneagles (IRE) - Very Good News (USA) Roger Varian, Newmarket T O H.H. SH Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa Oliver St Lawrence Bloodstock Limited S B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Low-mileage 4-y-o who proved upwardly mobile for Peter Charalambous this spring, winning twice on AW prior to losing race in stewards’ room at Windsor (10f) in April. Likely more to come for new yard. TFRHHHHI BHA91

7

DREAM WITH ME (IRE) (29) 2-13110 D

Br B c Frankel - Where (IRE) O Mr Saeed Suhail B Coolmore

4

9-6

(7)

Frankie Dettori J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Has returned an improved model in 2021, readily gaining third victory in 1m2f Ayr handicap in May. Arguably did too much too soon at Epsom (10f) 4 weeks ago and no surprise to see him bounce back. TFRHHHII BHA90

8

MAKRAM (IRE) (33) 010-522 BF

Br B g Make Believe - Spontaneous (IRE) O Mr M. Al-Qatami & Mr K. M. Al-Mudhaf B Frank Dunne

4

9-6

(1)

James Doyle J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful sort who scored twice as a 3-y-o and improved again in defeat this term, finding only one too good in Zetland Gold Cup (10f) on latest start. Up further 2lb but he’s one for the shortlist. TFRHHHHH BHA90 36


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LUIGI VAMPA (FR) (33) 405-105

4

Br B g Elvstroem (AUS) - Sunday Rose O Shinco Racing Limited B Haras de Saint Julien & Mme A. Tamagni

9-5

(8)

Jason Watson J David Menuisier, Pulborough T Shinco Racing Limited S

TIMEFORM VIEW Applied himself well under a positive ride to double career tally at Windsor (11.5f) in April. Dispelled a lesser effort at York when midfield at first named venue since but others make more appeal. TFRHHHII BHA89

10 WATER’S EDGE (IRE) (5) 4-05345 D

5

9-0

(11)

Pat Cosgrave J George Baker, Chiddingfold T Coolhouse Vineyards Ltd S

Br B g Footstepsinthesand - Sommer Queen (IRE) O Carbine of London Racing B John Fielding

TIMEFORM VIEW Built up an impressive record at Windsor, scoring 3 times at 10f. Running with credit in recent weeks, close-up fifth in 7-runner handicap back there latest. However, this is a tougher assignment. TFRHHHII BHA84

11 SWORD BEACH (IRE) (6) 0-30623

4

8-9

(9)

Charles Bishop J Br Ch g Ivawood (IRE) - Sleeping Princess (IRE) Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T O HP Racing Sword Beach & Ptnr ABM Catering Limited S B Colin Kennedy

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed a York novice event during a busy 2-y-o campaign back in 2019. Winless since but plenty of good efforts to his name, placed in handicaps here/Windsor of late. Mark has crept back up, though. TFRHHHII BHA78 DECLARED RUNNERS 11 Blinkers worn first time by No. 3. Blinkers worn by No. 5, 11. Visor worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 9. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 10. Stewards Note: RHYTHMIC INTENT: Following its run on 12/5/2021 it was reported that the trainer could not explain the poor run. MAN OF THE NIGHT: Following its run on 5/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was hampered close to the line. WATER’S EDGE: Following its run on 28/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was impeded on the run-in. Probable S.P’s: 4-1 Makram (IRE), 11-2 Pivoine (IRE), Classical Wave (GB), 13-2 Man of The Night (FR), 11-1 Dream With Me (IRE), 12-1 Breath Caught (GB), 14-1 Rhythmic Intent (IRE), 16-1 Restorer (GB), Sword Beach (IRE), 22-1 Luigi Vampa (FR), Water’s Edge (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

A good quality handicap with several holding claims including MAKRAM. He’s shaped with plenty of promise so far this term, finding only one too good in the Zetland Gold Cup on his latest start in May. There may well be more to come and he can go well under James Doyle. Pivoine defeated subsequent Carlisle Bell winner Chichester at Haydock in June and along with Classical Wave heads the dangers.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.MAKRAM (IRE) 2.PIVOINE (IRE) 3.CLASSICAL WAVE

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SEVENTH RACE 4.45 THE PLAY CORAL ‘RACING-SUPER-SERIES’ FOR FREE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) for three yrs old x Total race value £25000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £10158, 2nd £5080, 3rd £2540, 4th £1270, 5th £635, 6th £318. (Penalty Value £12885) Weights raised 2lb 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 (16-21): J & T Gosden (30 wins from 150 runners, 20%) runs THIRD KINGDOM Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 31 runners, 32%) runs THIRD KINGDOM Longest Traveller: NORTH OF AMAZING trained by K Burke, Leyburn, 249 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

st-lb

Draw

RUN TO FREEDOM (GB) (21) 021-2 D

9-10

(3)

Oisin Murphy J Henry Candy, Wantage T Tote S

Br B c Muhaarar - Twilight Mistress O Mr Godfrey Wilson B Mrs C. R. D. Wilson

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who got the better of Highland Avenue in 7f Kempton novice in December. Headed late when second over C&D on handicap/seasonal debut and remains with potential. Strong claims. TFRHHHHH BHA91

2

THIRD KINGDOM (GB) (49) 331-5 D BF

9-7

(2)

David Egan J Br B c Make Believe - Spring In The Air (CAN) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Prince A. A. Faisal B Nawara Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark with a minimum of fuss on third in maiden at Newcastle on final outing last season. Shaped as if he’d strip fitter for his reappearance, so remains with plenty of potential. TFRHHHHI BHA88

3

IL BANDITO (IRE) (23) 221-312 D BF

9-3

(4)

Ryan Moore J Charles Hills, Lambourn T Stonegate Homes S

Br B g Acclamation - Molly Dolly (IRE) O Mrs Susan Roy B Mr T. J. Rooney

TIMEFORM VIEW Opened account in good style in 7f Newcastle maiden last autumn and resumed winning ways in handicap over slightly at Haydock in May. Good effort there last time but needs more improvement. TFRHHHHI BHA84

4 BOWMAN (IRE) (42) 400-160 D Br B g Lawman (FR) - Jo Bo Bo (IRE) O KINGSLEY PARK 15 B Dubois Holdings Ltd

9-2

(9)

Frankie Dettori J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed a handicap at Lingfield on reappearance that’s working out very well and, while below form both subsequent starts, he had an excuse on latest. Not totally ruled out. TFRHHHII BHA83

5

FANTASY MASTER (GB) (15) 14-2043

Br Ch c Sepoy (AUS) - Dinvar Diva O The Fantasy Fellowship B B Brightwalton Bloodstock Ltd

8-13

(5)

Rob Hornby J Michael Appleby, Oakham T Tattersalls S

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on track under this rider on last 2 starts, particularly his third of 19 in Holyroodhouse at Royal Ascot (looked unlucky). Longer trip is a concern. Engaged 7.08 Haydock Friday. TFRHHHHI BHA80

6

FARASI LANE (IRE) (14) 331-252 D

Br B g Belardo (IRE) - No Such Zone O M Webber, M T Ward & Schiff Family B Wicklow Bloodstock Ireland Ltd

8-13

(1)

Tom Marquand J Tom Ward, Upper Lambourn T The Pheasant Inn S

TIMEFORM VIEW AW winner last November and holding form so far this term, albeit without looking particularly well treated. Cheekpieces back on but he’s vulnerable to less-exposed rivals. TFRHHHII BHA80

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ONARAGGATIP (GB) (9) 44-0404

8-6

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Kieran O’Neill J Br B g Adaay (IRE) - Onlyyouknowme (IRE) Rod Millman, Cullompton T O Crown Connoisseurs Palace Roofline Ltd, Rod Millman Racing Ltd S B Aston Mullins Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on his game at Leicester 9 days ago but he’s a tricky sort who often starts slowly, so most of the others make more appeal. TFRHHIII BHA73

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NORTH OF AMAZING (GB) (17) 002-345

Br B g Havana Gold (IRE) - Princess Guest (IRE) O Mrs B Keller & Mrs E Burke B Hall of Fame Stud

8-6

(8)

Jane Elliott J K. R. Burke, Leyburn T KB Spigot Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced maiden who has been a bit underwhelming so far this term. Temperament under suspicion so doesn’t make much appeal in a race like this. TFRHHIII BHA73 40


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TYPICAL MAN (GB) (11) 50-5152 D BF

Br B g Territories (IRE) - Just Like A Woman O Mascalls Stud B Mascalls Stud

8-5

(7)

Andrea Atzeni J Ian Williams, Alvechurch T Matchroom Sport Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner at Doncaster in May and proved he can get competitive from reassessed mark when second at Newbury 11 days ago. Could do better still with hood/cheekpieces applied. TFRHHHII BHA72 DECLARED RUNNERS 9 Hood worn first time by No. 9. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 9. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 6, 7. Stewards Note: NORTH OF AMAZING: Following its run on 16/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Run To Freedom (GB), 9-2 Fantasy Master (GB), 6-1 Typical Man (GB), 13-2 Third Kingdom (GB), Il Bandito (IRE), 9-1 Farasi Lane (IRE), 18-1 Bowman (IRE), 20-1 North of Amazing (GB), 25-1 Onaraggatip (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

RUN TO FREEDOM shaped well on his handicap debut after six months off over course and distance last month where he was a little keen in the early stages and probably got to the front too soon. He was headed only close home but left the impression he is on a fair mark, so is well worth supporting following a 3lb rise. Fantasy Master, who caught the eye last time, and Il Bandito are feared most.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.RUN TO FREEDOM 2.FANTASY MASTER 3.IL BANDITO (IRE)

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1m 1f 209y

EIGHTH RACE 5.15 THE CORAL BACKING PROSTATE CANCER UK HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 4) for three yrs old x Total race value £16200

Owners Prize Money. 1st £6401, 2nd £3200, 3rd £1601, 4th £800, 5th £240, 6th £240, 7th £240, 8th £240. (Penalty Value £8100)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Hannon (31 wins from 245 runners, 13%) runs REMEDIUM Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (12 wins from 94 runners, 13%) runs REMEDIUM Longest Traveller: AGGAGIO trained by S Leech, Westbury-on-Severn, 126 miles.

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AVETA (FR) (35) 6-13 BF

9-9

(16)

Rob Hornby J Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T St David’s Poultry Team Ltd S

Br B f Gleneagles (IRE) - Embiyra (IRE) O Mrs Lynn Turner & Mr Guy Brook B Mr Samuel De Barros

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved from 2-y-o debut when ploughing through the mud to land extended 1m Windsor fillies’ maiden but wasn’t in the same form on quicker ground at Chester next time. Others are more appealing. TFRHHIII BHA82

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REMEDIUM (GB) (35) 5-223

9-8

(4)

Sean Levey J Br B g Adaay (IRE) - Lamentation Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Thurloe for Royal Marsden Cancer Charity B Overbury Stallions Ltd Osborne Studio Gallery, Royal Marsden Cancer Charity S

TIMEFORM VIEW Promise sole 2-y-o start and matched his Nottingham reappearance when third of 11 on handicap debut at Chester (10.3f) 35 days ago, again looking a little hesitant under pressure. More needed. TFRHHIII BHA81

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WINK OF AN EYE (GB) (15) 04-2311 D

Br B g Dubawi (IRE) - Momentary O The Queen B The Queen

9-7

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Tom Marquand J William Haggas, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Firmly on the up and overcame difficulties to score at Newmarket last time. Strong pace will suit, and he’s clearly the one to beat bidding for a hat-trick. TFRHHHHH BHA80

4 URBAN WAR (IRE) (21) 165-402

9-7

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George Wood J Amy Murphy, Newmarket T Amy Murphy Racing Ltd S

Br B g Mehmas (IRE) - Urban Beauty (IRE) O Constellation Syndicate & Partner B Michael Buckley

TIMEFORM VIEW Good efforts to hit the frame on two of three starts this year but he’s vulnerable to less exposed rivals. TFRHHIII BHA80

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HELM ROCK (GB) (37) 0-3511

Br B g Pivotal - Nibbling (IRE) O CAPTURE THE MOMENT VII B Mrs James Wigan

9-7

(7)

James Doyle J Daniel & Claire Kubler, Lambourn T Tattersalls S

TIMEFORM VIEW Marked improvement since switched to handicaps, readily scoring twice at Carlisle. Something to spare again last time and longer trip looks sure to suit, so he’s a player. TFRHHHHI BHA80

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FOREVER FORWARD (IRE) (22) 03-0423

9-6

(13)

Adam Kirby J Br B c Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Teofilo’s Princess (IRE) Clive Cox, Hungerford T O Mr Simon Munir & Mr Isaac Souede Ptarmigan Media Limited S B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful colt who has run with credit the last twice but doesn’t appear to have a great deal in hand of his present mark. TFRHHHII BHA79

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SOMETHING ENTICING (IRE) (15) 3-61123 D

Br B f Fascinating Rock (IRE) - La Chapelle (IRE) O Trebles Holford Thoroughbreds B Trebles Holford Farm Thoroughbreds

9-6

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David Egan J David Elsworth, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Won first 2 starts in handicaps and has shaped as if still in good form when placed both subsequent starts, third to Wink of An Eye at Newmarket 15 days ago. Unlikely to turn the tables. TFRHHHII BHA79

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PURE BUBBLES (GER) (15) 60-434

Br B g Protectionist (GER) - Peace Society (USA) O Mr Joshua George Jones B Dr Christoph Berglar

9-6

(2)

Ryan Moore J Gary Moore, Horsham T K M Elite Products Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced sort who has shaped as if there’s a bigger effort in him on several occasions. Not discredited when fourth to Wink of An Eye on handicap debut at Newmarket and fitness is now assured. TFRHHHHI BHA79 42


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Br Ch g Night of Thunder (IRE) - Mon Bijou (IRE) O John Ferguson & Walkuptrotback B Mr Albert Conneally

9-5

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Oisin Murphy J James Ferguson, Newmarket T James Ferguson Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW 9/1, respectable fifth of 10 in handicap at York (11.8f, good) 38 days ago, met some trouble. Consistent sort but much more exposed than the bulk of his rivals. TFRHHIII BHA78

10 AGGAGIO (FR) (24) 2-51015 Br B g Born To Sea (IRE) - Ravage O Dark Blue Bloodstock B S.C.E.A. Ecurie Michel Sardou

9-5

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Trevor Whelan J Sophie Leech, Westbury-on-Severn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner for Jean-Claude Rouget in France, but put in his place on debut for new connections at Haydock last month. Hooded for the first time, but hard to fancy. TFRHHIII BHA78

11 BALEARIC (IRE) (14) 64-4153

9-3

(15)

Andrea Atzeni J Br B g Gleneagles (IRE) - Ballybacka Lady (IRE) Paul & Oliver Cole, Whatcombe T O Mrs Fitri Hay JMH Group S B Yeguada de Milagro SA

TIMEFORM VIEW Improved for the fitting of blinkers when scoring at Newcastle in March and has run creditably on both subsequent starts, albeit while looking in the handicapper’s grip. TFRHHIII BHA76

12 BIG BOY BOBBY (IRE) (62) 050-5 9-2 (14) (IRE) Br B g Vadamos (FR) - Duchess of FoxlandER N N Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T O Paul & Clare Rooney RU NB Foxland Stud Ltd O N TIMEFORM VIEW Plenty of promise as a juvenile and left the impression he would strip fitter for his reappearance in a handicap at Salisbury a couple of months ago. Stable is going better now.

13 BEAUTIFUL CROWN (GB) (23) 5-32254 Br B g Helmet (AUS) - Bright Halo (IRE) O Mr Colin Westley B Usk Valley Stud

TFRHHHHI BHA75

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Dane O’Neill J Brett Johnson, Epsom T

TIMEFORM VIEW Has hit the frame several times this season but he’s vulnerable in a race as competitive as this. TFRHHIII BHA73

14 REWIRED (GB) (51) 512-30 Br Ch g Power - Kekova O Mr G. Roddick B Mr T. G. Roddick

8-13

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Jason Watson J David Menuisier, Pulborough T

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced winner who arrives on the back of a lesser effort at Salisbury. Hard to make a case for in a race as competitive as this. TFRHHHII BHA72

15 GLENEAGLET (GB) (23) 6632

8-13

(6)

Jamie Spencer J Br B f Gleneagles (IRE) - Seolan (IRE) Charlie Fellowes, Newmarket T O Mr Deron Pearson Charlie Fellowes Racing, UK Meds Direct Limited S B Mr Deron Pearson

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced filly who improved for a switch to handicaps when second at Nottingham last time. Still looked a bit green under pressure that day, so no surprise if she takes another step forward. TFRHHHII BHA72

16 SARATOGA GOLD (GB) (56) 00416-6 D Br Ch c Mayson - Lady Sylvia O Mr David J. Keast B David J. Keast

8-12

(17)

John Egan J Charles Hills, Lambourn T Stonegate Homes S

TIMEFORM VIEW Respectable sixth of 11 in handicap at Nottingham (8.3f, heavy, 5/1) 44 days ago. Others make more appeal on this occasion. TFRHHIII BHA71

17 MUSTAZEED (IRE) (24) 06-031 D Br Br g Territories (IRE) - Mejala (IRE) O Newmarket Racing Club HQiii B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

8-11

(9)

Martin Dwyer J Chris Wall, Newmarket T Newmarket Racing Club Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who overcame a slow start to score with plenty in hand at Yarmouth 24 days ago. This is clearly more competitive but he’s probably still ahead of the handicapper. TFRHHHHI BHA70 DECLARED RUNNERS 17 Hood worn first time by No. 10. Blinkers worn by No. 11. Visor worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 7, 9.

PLAY SMARTER

WINK OF AN EYE landed the odds in good style at Haydock last month and overcame unfavourable circumstance to follow up at Newmarket eight days later. He foundplenty to lead that day and is almost certainly still ahead of his mark following a 4lb rise inthe weights. Pure Bubbles looks a danger under Ryan Moore, as does Helm Rock.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.WINK OF AN EYE 2.PURE BUBBLES (GER) 3.HELM ROCK 43

Eighth Race

Probable S.P’s: 11-2 Wink of An Eye (GB), 9-1 Mustazeed (IRE), 11-1 Helm Rock (GB), 12-1 Something Enticing (IRE), Gleneaglet (GB), 16-1 Remedium (GB), Balearic (IRE), 18-1 Aveta (FR), Forever Forward (IRE), Pure Bubbles (GER), 22-1 Urban War (IRE), 25-1 Currency Exchange (IRE), 28-1 Rewired (GB), Saratoga Gold (GB), 50-1 Aggagio (FR), Beautiful Crown (GB)


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TODAY’S RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.15 - THE CORAL ‘BEATEN-BY-A-LENGTH’ FREE BET HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £12885 to the winning horse The second to receive £6042, the third £3022, the fourth £1510, the fifth £755 and the sixth £377. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 76-95 (also open to such horses rated 96 and 97; such horses rated 75 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £125 stake if the horse is rated 76 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 75 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 7lb; 3-y-o 8st 2lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 9st 12lb; 3-y-o 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £1200 towards the prize money for this race. 24 entries, 3 at £25 and 21 at £125. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10158; Second £5080; Third £2540; Fourth £1270; Fifth £635; Sixth £318. (Penalty Value £12885) Weights raised 1lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 10 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. £45368 to the winning horse The second to receive £17200, the third £8608, the fourth £4288, the fifth £2152 and the sixth £1080. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 28th and pay £700 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. 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 2020, 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. 17 entries at £700. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £35648; Second £14632; Third £7320; Fourth £3656; Fifth £1832; Sixth £912. (Penalty Value £45368) A SS SEE PAGE 14 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.25 - THE CORAL CHALLENGE (HANDICAP) (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38220 to the winning horse The second to receive £17917, the third £8970, the fourth £4477, the fifth £2242, the sixth £1110, the seventh £562 and the eighth £277. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 28th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight 9st 10lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, 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. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £2200 towards the prize money for this race. PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 9 of the Weights and Handicapping Code a horse must have run three times or more in order to qualify to run in this race. 21 entries at £375. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30120; Second £15060; Third £7530; Fourth £3765; Fifth £1883; Sixth £938; Seventh £473; Eighth £233. (Penalty Value £38220) SS SEE PAGE 18 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.00 - THE CORAL DISTAFF (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £29489 to the winning horse The second to receive £11180, the third £5595, the fourth £2787, the fifth £1398 and the sixth £702. for three yrs old fillies only, which have not won a Group 1 Pattern Race. Enter by noon, June 28th and pay £250 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Weights: 9st each Penalties, after 2020, a winner of a Listed race 3lb Of a Group 2 or Group 3 race 5lb. 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. 17 entries at £250. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £23171; Second £9511; Third £4758; Fourth £2376; Fifth £1191; Sixth £593. (Penalty Value £29489.20) A SS SEE PAGE 24 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. £340260 to the winning horse The second to receive £129000, the third £64560 and the fourth £32160. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, May 11th and pay £2450 stake, Scratch by noon, June 8th or pay £2800, Confirm by noon, June 28th and pay £1750, Supplementary Entry by noon, June 28th and pay £37000 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 8st 11lb; fillies 8st 8lb 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 7lb; fillies 9st 4lb 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 midday of the confirmation stage. 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 confirmation 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 1 July and declarations of riders must be made by 1.00 p.m. on Thursday 1 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. THERE WILL BE A PARADE FOR THIS RACE. Runners will be led past the stands before turning and cantering to the start. (No confirmation of entry is required for Supplementary entries). 45 entries, 14 at £2450, 24 at £5250, 7 at £7000. - Closed May 11th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £267360; Second £109740; Third £54900; Fourth £27420. (Penalty Value £340260) A SS SEE PAGE 34 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.10 - THE CORAL PROUD TO SUPPORT BRITISH RACING HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £20616 to the winning horse The second to receive £9668, the third £4836, the fourth £2416, the fifth £1208 and the sixth £604. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 81-100 (also open to such horses rated 101 and 102; such horses rated 80 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £200 stake if the horse is rated 81 or higher, or £40 stake if the horse is rated 80 or lower with £160 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. 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 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £2200 towards the prize money for this race. NOTE: Three-year-old horses might not be able to receive the full weightfor-age allowance in this race. 26 entries at £200. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £16252; Second £8128; Third £4064; Fourth £2032; Fifth £1016; Sixth £508. (Penalty Value £20616) SS SEE PAGE 36 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.45 - THE PLAY CORAL ‘RACING-SUPER-SERIES’ FOR FREE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £12885 to the winning horse The second to receive £6042, the third £3022, the fourth £1510, the fifth £755 and the sixth £377. 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). £125 stake if the horse is rated 71 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 70 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight 8st 2lb; Highest weight 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 6lb. 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 £1500 towards the prize money for this race. 20 entries at £125. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10158; Second £5080; Third £2540; Fourth £1270; Fifth £635; Sixth £318. (Penalty Value £12885) Weights raised 2lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 40 FOR THIS RACE. Eighth Race 5.15 - THE CORAL BACKING PROSTATE CANCER UK HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 4) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £8100 to the winning horse The second to receive £3802, the third £1902, the fourth £951, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for three yrs old only, Rated 61-80 (also open to such horses rated 81 and 82; such horses rated 60 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £75 stake if the horse is rated 61 or higher, or £15 stake if the horse is rated 60 or lower with £60 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight 8st 2lb; Highest weight 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 6lb. CORAL has generously sponsored this race. 35 entries at £75. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £6401; Second £3200; Third £1601; Fourth £800; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £8100) SS SEE PAGE 42 FOR THIS RACE.


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