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2019 Coral Eclipse Tips
Three-year-olds may have come out on top in three of the past four editions of the Coral-Eclipse, but I’m finding it very difficult to weight up Circus Maximus and I wouldn’t want to back him at such a short price. Enable will likely be pushed into an odds-on price when Frankie Dettori is declared in the saddle. There was, however, only three-quarters of a length between her and MAGICAL at the Breeders’ Cup and, with race-fitness and ground in her corner, I fancy Aidan O’Brien’s filly could turn the tables on Enable at the weekend. Magical may have come up just short in her bid to win the Prince Of Wales’s at Royal Ascot, but the rain-sodden ground put the ball firmly in Crystal Ocean’s court that day and Ryan Moore’s mount ran a very respectable race to beat Waldgeist into second. This looks to be her optimum trip, fast ground won’t be a bother and the turning, right-handed track here at Sandown could also suit this hardy filly. At her current odds, Magical is the best bet in this year’s Coral-Eclipse. Full preview of the 2019 Coral-Eclipse here…