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SANDOWN PARK 15:35

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15:35 Saturday 08 July 2017

CORAL-ECLIPSE (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 1f 209y
Prize : £283,550 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Frm
Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf
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Pos (Draw) Pos (Draw) Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 (6) 1 (6) Jim Crowley silk 4. ULYSSES (IRE) 4. ULYSSES (IRE) -3 <
127+
> -2 109 Jim Crowley 4 9-7 8/19 8/19 BSP
Jim Crowley silk chc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - LIGHT SHIFT (USA) 121 KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: Jim Crowley
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-7
Sir Michael Stoute
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took the step forward at the second attempt that his reappearance success had promised, clearly a top-flight performer, one with a high cruising speed, this rather muddlingly-paced race showing him to excellent advantage, though he had to knuckle down to see off the runner-up late on, the pair clear; held up, travelled strongly, headway 2f out, led 1f out, kept on well, all out to hold on; he'll continue to be a major contender in all the top races at this trip, perhaps back over further too, either the Arc or the Champion Stakes sure to be a feasible option in the autumn.
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2 (4) 2 (4) James Doyle silk ns 5. BARNEY ROY 5. BARNEY ROY -1 <
125+
> +1 107 James Doyle 3 8-11 9/43.25 9/43.25 BSP
James Doyle silk bg EXCELEBRATION (IRE) 133 - ALINA (IRE) GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: James Doyle
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11
Richard Hannon
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over 2f longer trip (saw it out thoroughly, opening options) and against older rivals, ran every bit as well as he had done previously, his willingness all but snatching victory from the smoother-travelling winner, an even bigger performance in him one day if all falls right, sure to be of interest wherever he goes for the rest of the campaign; waited with, took keen hold, shaken up over 3f out, kept on well over 1f out, challenged well inside final 1f, just failed.
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3 (8) 3 (8) Sean Levey silk 2. DESERT ENCOUNTER (IRE) 2. DESERT ENCOUNTER (IRE) -5 <
120?
> -19 103 Sean Levey 5 9-7 50/151 50/151 BSP
Sean Levey silk bg HALLING (USA) 133 - LA CHICANA (IRE) INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 J: Sean Levey
T: David Simcock
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-7 Eq: (h)
David Simcock (h)
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seemed to excel himself up in grade, albeit probably a shade flattered to finish third, for all that the way he went through the race hardly suggested he was out of place in this company; dropped out, travelled well, headway over 1f out, took third late on, never on terms.
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4 (1) 4 (1) Ryan Moore silk 1 6. CLIFFS OF MOHER (IRE) 6. CLIFFS OF MOHER (IRE) +7 <
115
> +1 99 Ryan Moore 3 8-11 7/42.75f 7/42.75f BSP
Ryan Moore silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - WAVE (IRE) 81p DANSILI 127 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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who sweated up and was edgy beforehand, wasn't in quite the same form as when second in the Derby, though he was a false favourite, nothing in that performance suggesting a drop back to this trip would bring improvement anyway, and while he was better than the result due to trouble early on, it's a stretch too far to say it cost him any more than third on the day; in touch, shuffled back after 3f, effort over 2f out, kept on, never on terms; he holds a variety of Group 1 entries, the King George amongst them, meriting consideration if sent for that at least though his stable do have other options for that, both Highland Reel and Idaho appealing as likely candidates; incidentally, the Derby form on balance looks no better nor worse than it did at the time.
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5 (3) 5 (3) Silvestre De Sousa silk sh 7. EMINENT (IRE) 7. EMINENT (IRE) +5 <
115
> +5 98 Silvestre De Sousa 3 8-11 4/15 4/15 BSP
Silvestre De Sousa silk bc FRANKEL 147 - YOU'LL BE MINE (USA) 107 KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Martyn Meade
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11
Martyn Meade
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on paper, ran creditably, facing older rivals for the first time and dropped back in trip, though, continuing to be ambitiously campaigned, he showed worrying signs of mental wear-and-tear, a real danger that he could go the wrong way on this evidence, which would be a shame; not settle fully, close up early, steadied back into mid-field after 2f or so, effort early in straight, nudged way through and tried to bite rival over 2f out, every chance 1f out, edged right, one paced; his entries suggest he's going to continue to be overfaced - in 3 all-aged Group 1s but not in the Great Voltigeur, perhaps the Gordon Stakes an opportunity to regroup.
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6 (2) 6 (2) Olivier Peslier silk ¾ 1. DECORATED KNIGHT 1. DECORATED KNIGHT +8 <
116+
> -4 99 Olivier Peslier 5 9-7 10/111 10/111 BSP
Olivier Peslier silk chh GALILEO (IRE) 134 - PEARLING (USA) STORM CAT (USA) J: Olivier Peslier
T: Roger Charlton
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-7
Roger Charlton
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had a similar chance to the winner on their Ascot running, but he was more exposed and couldn't do any better, not having much luck in running, but no reason to think he'd have troubled the first 2 with a clear passage; handy, shuffled back after 3f, progress entering straight, met further trouble over 2f out, nevertheless led soon after, headed 1f out, one paced.
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7 (5) 7 (5) Oisin Murphy silk 3. LIGHTNING SPEAR 3. LIGHTNING SPEAR -6 <
111
> +4 94 Oisin Murphy 6 9-7 25/126 25/126 BSP
Oisin Murphy silk chh PIVOTAL 124 - ATLANTIC DESTINY (IRE) 99+ ROYAL ACADEMY (USA) 130 J: Oisin Murphy
T: David Simcock
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-7
David Simcock
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was having just his second try at the trip, not on song but seeming no to get home on the first occasion, giving himself no chance on getting competitive by pulling this time; steadied at the start, pulled hard, ridden over 3f out, made no impression; he has just a Group 2 Celebration Mile win to show for his efforts in 12 pattern races in the last 2 years, a record that ought to be better.
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8 (7) 8 (7) William Buick silk ½ 8. SALOUEN (IRE) 8. SALOUEN (IRE) 0 <
108
> +6 91 William Buick 3 8-11 33/134 33/134 BSP
William Buick silk bc CANFORD CLIFFS (IRE) 133 - GALI GAL (IRE) 79 GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: William Buick
T: Sylvester Kirk
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11
Sylvester Kirk
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back down in trip, again failed to support the sort of form he might have shown unhampered at Epsom, this a good effort with no excuses on balance of form; prominent, ridden straight, weakened under 2f out; he's likely to benefit from his sights being lowered.
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9 (9) 9 (9) P. B. Beggy silk ½ 9. TAJ MAHAL (IRE) 9. TAJ MAHAL (IRE) +3 <
107
> +2 90 P. B. Beggy 3 8-11 50/151 50/151 BSP
P. B. Beggy silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - YOU'RESOTHRILLING (USA) 117 STORM CAT (USA) J: P. B. Beggy
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11 Eq: (b)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b)
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was out for the fourth time in barely a month, pressed into service as a pacemaker after a fashion (sat in front), ironically one that did the cause of his stable-mate no good at all by causing serious intereference early on, his rider banned for 8 days for careless riding; led, edged right after 3f, ridden over 2f out, headed soon after, weakened over 1f out.
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All 9 ran.

Winning Owner: Flaxman Stables Ireland Ltd

Time: 2m 3.49s Closing Sectional: (4.00f): 48.05s (103.3%)

A vintage Eclipse, which produced a thrilling finish, 2 still progressing, top-class performers with contrasting styles going head to head at the line, representing the clash of generations this race is designed for, that the pair managed to pull clear in what was a muddlingly paced race all to their credit, the winner's performance among the better ones in the race this century; it was a race full of incident, with trouble in the back straight significant, damaging the cause of the favourite Cliffs of Moher, though his form didn't entitle him to that position and he'd have needed to improve plenty to trouble the principals, one or 2 others not quite at their best either; the stewards were busy - the riders of Eminent and Taj Mahal - 8 days - picked up bans for careless riding, while James Doyle on the runner-up earned a referral to the BHA for his use of the whip under totting-up rules, and the trainer of the winner was relieved of a grand, due to the late arrival of the horse in the paddock, Ulysses one of several runners that were sweating markedly on a hot afternoon, the parade also curtailed due to time constraints.

ULYSSES (IRE) took the step forward at the second attempt that his reappearance success had promised, clearly a top-flight performer, one with a high cruising speed, this rather muddlingly-paced race showing him to excellent advantage, though he had to knuckle down to see off the runner-up late on, the pair clear; held up, travelled strongly, headway 2f out, led 1f out, kept on well, all out to hold on; he'll continue to be a major contender in all the top races at this trip, perhaps back over further too, either the Arc or the Champion Stakes sure to be a feasible option in the autumn.

BARNEY ROY over 2f longer trip (saw it out thoroughly, opening options) and against older rivals, ran every bit as well as he had done previously, his willingness all but snatching victory from the smoother-travelling winner, an even bigger performance in him one day if all falls right, sure to be of interest wherever he goes for the rest of the campaign; waited with, took keen hold, shaken up over 3f out, kept on well over 1f out, challenged well inside final 1f, just failed.

DESERT ENCOUNTER (IRE) seemed to excel himself up in grade, albeit probably a shade flattered to finish third, for all that the way he went through the race hardly suggested he was out of place in this company; dropped out, travelled well, headway over 1f out, took third late on, never on terms.

CLIFFS OF MOHER (IRE) who sweated up and was edgy beforehand, wasn't in quite the same form as when second in the Derby, though he was a false favourite, nothing in that performance suggesting a drop back to this trip would bring improvement anyway, and while he was better than the result due to trouble early on, it's a stretch too far to say it cost him any more than third on the day; in touch, shuffled back after 3f, effort over 2f out, kept on, never on terms; he holds a variety of Group 1 entries, the King George amongst them, meriting consideration if sent for that at least though his stable do have other options for that, both Highland Reel and Idaho appealing as likely candidates; incidentally, the Derby form on balance looks no better nor worse than it did at the time.

EMINENT (IRE) on paper, ran creditably, facing older rivals for the first time and dropped back in trip, though, continuing to be ambitiously campaigned, he showed worrying signs of mental wear-and-tear, a real danger that he could go the wrong way on this evidence, which would be a shame; not settle fully, close up early, steadied back into mid-field after 2f or so, effort early in straight, nudged way through and tried to bite rival over 2f out, every chance 1f out, edged right, one paced; his entries suggest he's going to continue to be overfaced - in 3 all-aged Group 1s but not in the Great Voltigeur, perhaps the Gordon Stakes an opportunity to regroup.

DECORATED KNIGHT had a similar chance to the winner on their Ascot running, but he was more exposed and couldn't do any better, not having much luck in running, but no reason to think he'd have troubled the first 2 with a clear passage; handy, shuffled back after 3f, progress entering straight, met further trouble over 2f out, nevertheless led soon after, headed 1f out, one paced.

LIGHTNING SPEAR was having just his second try at the trip, not on song but seeming no to get home on the first occasion, giving himself no chance on getting competitive by pulling this time; steadied at the start, pulled hard, ridden over 3f out, made no impression; he has just a Group 2 Celebration Mile win to show for his efforts in 12 pattern races in the last 2 years, a record that ought to be better.

SALOUEN (IRE) back down in trip, again failed to support the sort of form he might have shown unhampered at Epsom, this a good effort with no excuses on balance of form; prominent, ridden straight, weakened under 2f out; he's likely to benefit from his sights being lowered.

TAJ MAHAL (IRE) was out for the fourth time in barely a month, pressed into service as a pacemaker after a fashion (sat in front), ironically one that did the cause of his stable-mate no good at all by causing serious intereference early on, his rider banned for 8 days for careless riding; led, edged right after 3f, ridden over 2f out, headed soon after, weakened over 1f out.