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Saturday 2 July

QUALITY RAcing AT SANDOWN RACECOURSE

 

Coral-Eclipse Day holds seven fantastic races including the prestigious Group 1 Coral-Eclipse.

 

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the coral-eclipse

 

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 2020?

Horse of the Year Ghaiyyath won in 2020, under jockey William Buick.

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

Hospitality

Our exciting packages combine stunning food with incredible views. Explore our range of dining and hospitality packages to complete your raceday experience.

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plan your day

Plan your Day

Lots of useful information to help you plan your time at Sandown Park, including what to wear, a map of the racecourse and handy betting guides.

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Raceday style

If you're wondering what to wear for your day at the races, our guide provides tips and inspiration, whatever the occasion.

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Frequently asked questions

Find answers to our most frequently asked questions here about visiting Sandown Park Racecourse here.

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