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SANDOWN PARK 15:35

13:5014:2515:0015:3516:1016:4517:20
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15:35 Saturday 02 July 2022

CORAL-ECLIPSE (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 1f 209y
Prize : £448,363 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Good
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 (4) 1 (4) Christophe Soumillon silk 6. VADENI (FR) 6. VADENI (FR) -1 <
126+
111 Christophe Soumillon 3 8-13 11/43.75 11/43.75
Christophe Soumillon silk bc CHURCHILL (IRE) 126 - VADERANA (FR) MONSUN (GER) 124 J: Christophe Soumillon
T: Jean-Claude Rouget, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
Jean-Claude Rouget, France
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so impressive in the manner in which he quickened in the Jockey Club, brought that asset to a race that favoured speed more than stamina, finding the best turn of foot from the back of the field, a move on the outside as so often on this track paying dividends and avoiding the possibility of trouble; dropped out, travelled well, effort over 2f out, quickened to lead 1f out, kept up to work (looked very willing); there's probably even better to come and he's sure to continue to run well at the highest level, entered in the International but seemingly more likely to miss that in favour of the Irish Champion Stakes, presumably Ascot in October also on the agenda.
dropped out, effort over 2f out, quickened to lead 1f out, kept up to work
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2 (3) 2 (3) David Egan silk nk 4. MISHRIFF (IRE) 4. MISHRIFF (IRE) -83 <
128+
-21 > 113 David Egan 5 9-9 7/18 7/18
David Egan silk bh MAKE BELIEVE 127 - CONTRADICT 89 RAVEN'S PASS (USA) 133 J: David Egan
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-9
John & Thady Gosden
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ran up to his best, performing better after 4 months off than he had in this race last year, and that despite not getting the rub of the green, left with almost 2 lengths to make up in the final 1f and achieving all but a neck of that; slowly into stride, patiently ridden, shaken up early in straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied well inside final 1f, just failed; he went on to run creditably in the King George in 2021, though this is his optimum trip and connections' main focus will surely be on a repeat win in the International at York, clearly a strong contender for what promises to be one of the races of the summer.
slowly away, held up, shaken up early in straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied well inside final 1f, just failed
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3 (5) 3 (5) William Buick silk hd 5. NATIVE TRAIL 5. NATIVE TRAIL -8 <
125
111 William Buick 3 8-13 3/14 3/14
William Buick silk bc OASIS DREAM 129 - NEEDLELEAF OBSERVATORY (USA) 131 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
Charlie Appleby
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over 2f longer trip and meeting older rivals for the first time, acquitted himself well, having every chance but unable to quicken quite as well as the first 2, perhaps the sort to be best in a strongly-run race whatever the trip; held up, shaken up over 3f out, kept on despite looking a bit awkward, held only late on; he'll continue to give a good account, presumably likely to keep to this trip, with connections having Coroebus to run in the top 1m races.
held up, shaken up over 3f out, kept on, beaten only late on
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4 (1) 4 (1) James Doyle silk ½ 3. LORD NORTH (IRE) 3. LORD NORTH (IRE) -13 <
126
112 James Doyle 6 9-9 33/134 33/134
James Doyle silk bg DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - NAJOUM (USA) 89 GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) 132 J: James Doyle
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-9
John & Thady Gosden
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away on terms this time, ran almost as well as he ever has, going through the race with zest and arguable that he'd have gone even closer had he been able to challenge on the outer like the winner; tracked pace, travelled well, shaken up over 2f out, short of room fractioanlly soon after, led briefly over 1f out, kept on.
tracked pace, shaken up over 2f out, short of room soon after, led briefly over 1f out, kept on
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5 (2) 5 (2) Ryan Moore silk 3 2. BAY BRIDGE 2. BAY BRIDGE +5 <
120
106 Ryan Moore 4 9-9 9/43.25f 9/43.25f
Ryan Moore silk bc NEW BAY 128 - HAYYONA 62 MULTIPLEX 114 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-9
Sir Michael Stoute
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strong in the betting, was ridden handier than at Ascot, presumably to avoid the tactical disadvantage he'd suffered there, but it didn't work out, again lacking a turn of foot; tracked pace, travelled well, disputed lead straight, shaken up 2f out, not quicken when hampered entering final 1f; he again looked in tremendous shape beforehand and may yet fulfil his abundant promise, though it may require a return to ground with more give in it and/or a longer trip for that to happen.
tracked pace, disputed lead straight, shaken up 2f out, beaten when hampered entering final 1f
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6 (6) 6 (6) Tom Marquand silk ½ 1. ALENQUER (FR) 1. ALENQUER (FR) +5 <
119
105 Tom Marquand 4 9-9 15/28.5 15/28.5
Tom Marquand silk bc ADLERFLUG (GER) 123 - WILD BLOSSOM (GER) AREION (GER) 115 J: Tom Marquand
T: William Haggas
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-9
William Haggas
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had made the breakthrough at Group 1 level last time, but wasn't in quite the same form in an even stronger race, making the running for the first time (usually tracks pace) and ending up in a contest that was a bit too much of a test of speed; led, shaken up 3f out, headed over 1f out, weakened soon after; likely to benefit from a return to further.
led, shaken up 3f out, headed over 1f out, weakened soon after
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All 6 ran.

Winning Owner: H.H. Aga Khan

Time: 2m 5.2s Closing Sectional: (4f): 48.95s (102.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 101.3%

With both the 3-y-os classic winners last time out and 3 of the 4 older horses successful at Group 1 level, 2 of them several times, the other runner most progressive and sent off favourite, this attracted just the sort of field the Eclipse is designed to, promising a fascinating race, and it didn't disappoint, despite an ordinary gallop, 4 within a length at the line, the form up to standard despite the tight finish, the winner not absolutely all out, though the second found trouble and might have been unlucky, space at a premium in the last 1f or so, the winner making his move on the favoured outside, the worst of the trouble in running occurring just after the line, Soumillion earning a 12-day suspension after his mount hampered Native Trail and Lord North while he was celebrating; the success of Vadeni was a fifth victory for the 3-y-os in the last 7 runnings for which they were eligible, Barney Roy that age when he was beaten a nose in one of the other 2, and Vadeni was the first French-trained winner since 1960, this a second successive triumph for the Jockey Club victor, surprising given the obvious fit in terms of trip that more winners of that classic haven't come on to this, The Grey Gatsby the only other to try since 2011.

VADENI (FR) so impressive in the manner in which he quickened in the Jockey Club, brought that asset to a race that favoured speed more than stamina, finding the best turn of foot from the back of the field, a move on the outside as so often on this track paying dividends and avoiding the possibility of trouble; dropped out, travelled well, effort over 2f out, quickened to lead 1f out, kept up to work (looked very willing); there's probably even better to come and he's sure to continue to run well at the highest level, entered in the International but seemingly more likely to miss that in favour of the Irish Champion Stakes, presumably Ascot in October also on the agenda.

MISHRIFF (IRE) ran up to his best, performing better after 4 months off than he had in this race last year, and that despite not getting the rub of the green, left with almost 2 lengths to make up in the final 1f and achieving all but a neck of that; slowly into stride, patiently ridden, shaken up early in straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied well inside final 1f, just failed; he went on to run creditably in the King George in 2021, though this is his optimum trip and connections' main focus will surely be on a repeat win in the International at York, clearly a strong contender for what promises to be one of the races of the summer.

NATIVE TRAIL over 2f longer trip and meeting older rivals for the first time, acquitted himself well, having every chance but unable to quicken quite as well as the first 2, perhaps the sort to be best in a strongly-run race whatever the trip; held up, shaken up over 3f out, kept on despite looking a bit awkward, held only late on; he'll continue to give a good account, presumably likely to keep to this trip, with connections having Coroebus to run in the top 1m races.

LORD NORTH (IRE) away on terms this time, ran almost as well as he ever has, going through the race with zest and arguable that he'd have gone even closer had he been able to challenge on the outer like the winner; tracked pace, travelled well, shaken up over 2f out, short of room fractioanlly soon after, led briefly over 1f out, kept on.

BAY BRIDGE strong in the betting, was ridden handier than at Ascot, presumably to avoid the tactical disadvantage he'd suffered there, but it didn't work out, again lacking a turn of foot; tracked pace, travelled well, disputed lead straight, shaken up 2f out, not quicken when hampered entering final 1f; he again looked in tremendous shape beforehand and may yet fulfil his abundant promise, though it may require a return to ground with more give in it and/or a longer trip for that to happen.

ALENQUER (FR) had made the breakthrough at Group 1 level last time, but wasn't in quite the same form in an even stronger race, making the running for the first time (usually tracks pace) and ending up in a contest that was a bit too much of a test of speed; led, shaken up 3f out, headed over 1f out, weakened soon after; likely to benefit from a return to further.