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Coral Eclipse Race Day Preview

A Good Day for Racing- and Betting

In the latest horse betting news, we take you to Sandown Park where the Coral Eclipse will surely keep racing fans busy over the next few days. It’s a race for over 1m2f for horses 3 years old and over, and there are quite a few horses, and jockeys that many are looking forward to seeing in the tracks on race day.

As with any race day, we are taking a look and assessing the top contenders for Saturday. There is ample time to get a good racebook platform and offer horse racing to your players. After all, this is one of the most traditional, timeless, and exciting form of betting that even those of Royal blood participate in.

Coral Eclipse Race Day: The Contenders

Coral EclipseOf course, your sports betting software will likely be offering Paddington as the top favorite for the race. The highly rates European three-year-old has the highest RPR in the Ascot Group 1 since Kingman back in 2014. So there is good reason why Paddington will be getting a lot of wagers. Of course, it will largely depend on who he will be racing with, but his experience and pedigree confirms that he can win the race easily.

Next, another popular name in racebooks, is Emily Upjohn. She even has more top level experience in racing that other favorites like Paddington. She has been racing solely over 1m4f, and will have to prove her grit at 1m2f. Anmaat is another one that she will have to beat, as the five-year-old has a lot of experience, winning third in the Queen Anne. However, Anmaat clearly has preferences on ground type, so a dry forecast may be worrisome for his team.

Lastly, you have Dubai Honor, the two-time top-level winner in Australia who also won second in the Champion Stakes back in 2021. It will be an uphill race (figuratively) for him to win. There are still quite a few horses you can choose, like West Wind Blows, and other horses. Given the lineup, it can go to any of the top contenders, so its best to keep an eye out for updates on the horses and riders up until game day.

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