Coral Eclipse Overview

The Eclipse Stakes takes its name from the legendary racehorse Eclipse, who remained undefeated over all of the 18 races he ran. The race was first run in 1886 for the princely sum of £10,000 – which at the time was a bigger prize fund than for any other race in Britain and more than double the prize on offer for the Epsom Derby.

This is an exciting part of the season, as it’s the first time the 3yo Classic generation take on the older horses. The race is run over a mile and quarter and has been won by some of the best flat horses, including Brigadier Gerard, Sadlers Wells and Sea The Stars. 


The entries for this year’s race include current favourite Cliffs Of Moher, trained by Aidan O’Brien, closely followed in the betting by Barney Roy, winner of the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.

When placing a bet on this year’s Coral Eclipse with our betting partner Coral, you can collect Rewards4Racing points. Plus, if you don’t have a Coral account already you can sign up and receive £20 in points.




If you’d like to attend the Coral Eclipse at Sandown Park, you can! The day is an epic summer social and stellar afternoon of top class racing featuring the famous Group 1 race rounded off with an after racing DJ performance from Scott Mills.


Stick around after the last race and head to the parade ring to enjoy over an hour of live music from popular radio presenter as the sun sets on a fantastic day.

You can use your points on your ticket or hospitality purchase so why not take a trip to Sandown Park for Coral Eclipse day!



by Jo B at Rewards4Racing

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