2021 Coral Eclipse Stakes Betting Tips, Best Bookmakers & Free Bets
Coral Eclipse Stakes Key Facts
|Date||Sunday July 3, 2021|
|Race Type||Set weights|
Coral Eclipse Stakes betting card 2021
|Race No.||Race Name|
|1||Dragon Stakes (Listed)|
|2||Coral Charge (Group 3)|
|3||Henry VII Stakes (Group 3)|
|7||Tokyo Trophy Handicap|
2021 Coral Eclipse Stakes Betting Tips & Predictions
2021 Coral Eclipse Stakes Odds
2020 Coral Eclipse Stakes Result
Coral Eclipse Stakes History
The Coral-Eclipse provides three-year-olds with a first opportunity to take on older horses in Group One company, making it one of the most highly-anticipated races of the season.
Sir Michael Stoute has six training wins in the Eclipse Stakes with his most recent win coming in 2017 with Ulysses and he continues to line up quality types in the Sandown Park feature.
Three-year-olds have won three of the last five renewals, with former Epsom Derby winner, Golden Horn coming away victorious in 2015.
In 2019, John Gosden chose the Eclipse for Enable's triumphant return to action, and the dual-Arc winner held off fellow mare Magical to win in impressive fashion.
Enable fell to a surprise defeat on her first start of the 2020 season, losing out to the impresisve Ghaiyyath, who won for Charlie Appleby and Godolphin.
Coral Eclipse Stakes Betting Guide
Coral Eclipse Stakes Trends
- Nine of the last 12 winners were aged four or five and 10 of the last 12 winners were in the top three in betting.
- Only four of the last 12 winners won their lead-up race to the Eclipse Stakes and only four placed in their previous run, so form isn't necessary.
- 10 of those 12 winners had at least seven flat runs and eight winners had a rating of 122 or higher.
- Nine winners had at least one Group 1 victory prior to running and nine of the last 12 winners had at least two runs that season.
Coral Eclipse Stakes winners list
|Year||Eclipse Stakes winner|
|2011||So You Think|
|2009||Sea The Stars|
|2004||Refuse to Bend|
Coral-Eclipse Stakes FAQs
When is the 2021 Eclipse?
The 2021 Coral-Eclipse Stakes will be run on Sunday 3rd July.
Where is the Eclipse Stakes run?
The Eclipse Stakes is run at Sandown Park every year.
Who won the 2020 Coral-Eclipse?
Ghaiyyath saw off favourite Enable to win the 2020 Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.
How can I watch the 2021 Coral-Eclipse?
The race will be shown live on ITV Racing and RacingTV. Visit our Live Streaming page for details on how you can watch the race via your mobile and tablet.
Why is it called the Coral-Eclipse Stakes?
The Eclipse Stakes was initially named after a horse called Eclipse, who famously enjoyed an unbeaten career between 1788 and 1790. Bookmakers Coral took over sponsip of the race in 1976, renaming it the Coral-Eclipse Stakes.