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2022 Coral-Eclipse Stakes Odds - Vadeni and Native Trail feature in top-class field

Last updated: 28 Jun 2022
Jon Vine 28 Jun 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Coral-Eclipse Stakes
  • This Group One will be run at Sandown on Saturday 2nd July
  • Vadeni is the new favourite with bookmaker's Coral
  • Native Trail, Bay Bridge, Mishriff and Alenquer also feature in the market
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Jim Crowley riding Ulysses (R) win The Coral-Eclipse from Barney Roy and James Doyle (2R) at Sandown Park. (Getty)

One of the most important Group One races staged in Britain is the Coral-Eclipse Stakes. This Group One, which was first staged in 1886, provides three-year-olds with their first opportunity to take on older horses at the highest level, and this year's renewal is shaping up to be the race of the season so far.

Let's take a look through the latest Coral-Eclipse Stakes betting and run through the headline entries.

2022 Coral-Eclipse Stakes Odds

Native Trail7/2
Bay Bridge4/1
Real World7/1
Stone Age12/1
Lord North12/1

*Odds taken on 28/6/22*

2022 Coral-Eclipse Stakes Entries

Jean-Claude Rouget was true to his word on Monday, stumping up the supplementary fee for Vadeni to enter the Coral-Eclipse. Christophe Soumillion handed his rivals a sound thrashing in the Prix du Jockey Club earlier this month and, after his entry was confirmed, Coral immediately installed Vadeni as their 9/4 favourite.

Shuffling down to second in the market is Native Trail, who himself had replaced injured stablemate Adayar at the head of the betting when the market opened. Charlie Appleby's star bounced back from the first defeat of his career at Newmarket by winning the Irish 1000 Guineas and Coral currently lists Native Trail as a 7/2 shot.

Bay Bridge is the highest-placed of the older horses in the market, after a solid run in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes. Vadeni and Native Trail could also square off against John Gosden's multiple Group One winner Mishriff  - who'll be ridden by David Egan - and former Royal Ascot winner Lord North, who'll be partnered by James Doyle.

William Haggas will be represented by recent Tattersalls Gold Cup winner, Alenquer and possibly Dubai Honour, who also feature in Coral's betting. Aidan O'Brien has entered up talented three-year-olds Stone Age and Aikhal, along with four-year-old High Definition, who rounds off the market.

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