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2020 Coral-Eclipse Odds – Enable to face five Group One winners in Sandown showdown
- The entries for Sunday's Coral-Eclipse have been announced
- Enable heads the betting with race-sponsors Coral
- Five Group One winners feature in the field
- Ghaiyyath drops back in trip after winning the Coronation Cup
- Japan, Deirdre, Lord North and Magic Wand could all feature
Enable (left) strikes for home before winning the 2019 Coral-Eclipse. (Getty)
We bring you the latest Coral-Eclipse Stakes odds after the declarations were revealed for the big race at Sandown on Sunday 5th July.
The great Enable will start her quest for a third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Sandown for the second year in a row, and will likely carry a very short price into battle on Sunday. John Gosden will have been impressed with the field his super-mare may have to face, though, after a raft of stars was entered against her this weekend.
2020 Coral-Eclipse Odds
*Odds available with Coral on 29/6/20*
2020 Coral-Eclipse Entries
Punters rejoiced when Enable’s name features in the entries for the Coral-Eclipse, especially after John Gosden revealed it was taking longer to get his mare fit now she was a six-year-old. Frankie Dettori will ride the favourite, and she could shorten into odds-on favouritism if the enigmatic Italian enjoys a successful Epsom Derby Festival.
Stacked up behind Enable we find five fellow Group One winners, with Ghaiyyath leading the chasing pack. Charlie Appleby’s star romped to victory from the front on his reappearance in the Coronation Cup, and William Buick has always been keen to see what Charlie Appleby’s imposing colt can do over this shorter trip.
Next we find Japan, who endured a difficult reappearance in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot. The winner that day was Lord North, who displayed a smart turn of foot to leave his rivals for dead. The two could renew rivalries this weekend, if Gosden wanted to pitch Lord North in with his market-topping stablemate.
Magic Wand won the lucrative Mackinnon Stakes down in Australia in the autumn, and will step back up to Group One company after a comfortable Group Two triumph on her reappearance. Deidre caused a shock when she took the Nassau Stakes back home to Japan last season, and Oisin Murphy will ride Mitsuru Hashida’s mare into battle at Sandown Park.
Rounding off the field we have Regal Reality, who could only finish fourth in the Wolferton Stakes at Royal Ascot, and the rank outsider of the octet, Bangkok.