Telecaster primed for bold Coral-Eclipse bid

Follow horse racing with Alex Hammond on Sky Sports - get live racing results, racecards, news, videos, photos, stats (horses & jockeys), plus daily tips. Timeform's Andrew Asquith assesses the contenders for the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown on Sunday. The Coral-Eclipse has a different complexion this season, open only to horses aged four or older due to the Derby and Oaks being staged on the same weekend as part of the revised schedule. Despite the lack of any progressive types from the classic generation, it still looks an up-to-scratch renewal Run over 1m2f at Sandown Park racecourse in early July the Coral-Eclipse Stakes is open to horses aged 3 or older and with 14 of the last 18 winners having already landed a Group One contest in their careers then it often attracts some of the best horses from around the world.. In recent years, we’ve seen 2 of the last 11 Epsom Derby winners from that season go onto land the Coral-Eclipse • Favourite So You Think pushed out to evens in betting Tue 3 Jul 2012 13.21 EDT First published on Tue 3 Jul 2012 13.21 Three-year-olds have a decent record in the Coral-Eclipse, with ‘The Steeple Times’ takes a look at the seven horse Group 1 Coral-Eclipse 2020 at Sandown and opts for a tasty outsider for an each way bet. As was remarked on Twitter last night by our editor Matthew Steeples: “Serpentine’s owner’s son says he ‘just ran for fun’ in The Derby.The rest of the horses didn’t run for toffee.”

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