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Sandown Park

Saturday 4 July 2020

QUALITY RAcing & ICONIC AFTER PARTY

 

Coral-Eclipse Day holds seven fantastic races including the prestigious Group 1 Coral-Eclipse which this year saw Enable, ridden by Frankie Dettori, take the title.

Hospitality

Our exciting restaurant packages combine stunning food with incredible views, from relaxed informal dining to shared suites and exclusive private boxes.

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From £149

high quality racing

 

Coral-Eclipse Day is the ultimate day of summer Flat racing, holding seven thrilling races including the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse. This prestigious race provides the first major opportunity for the younger generation of 3 year olds to race against top level 4 year olds, with the total prize of £750,000 at stake.

 

Who won the Coral-Eclipse in 2019?

Star filly Enable, ridden by Frankie Dettori and trained by John Gosden, took the title in 2019.

Entertainment

 

The perfect summer Saturday, guests enjoyed free ice cream and live music on arrival, starting the day off right. Between the races, our Picnic Enclosure was the perfect place to take a hand-packed picnic - a quintessentially British seated area surrounded by picket fences and an abundance of bunting. For those wanting something different, there was delicious street food and summer cocktails to try!

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The Going

 

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Following redevelopments at Sandown Park, please be aware the Grandstand View suite has been transformed into the 1875 Lounge. Grandstand ticket holders will still be able to enjoy the external terrace overlooking the Parade Ring, but no longer access the first floor bars.

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