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Could Mars money signal Coral-Eclipse bid for Ballydoyle colt?

| 30.06.2013

The Aidan O’Brien-trained Mars is 6-1 (from 8-1) with the sponsor for next weekend’s Coral-Eclipse, following support for the recent Royal Ascot third today. Al Kazeem remains the 6-4 favourite for the Sandown showpiece, with the pair who chased him home in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, Mukhadram and The Fugue, both 5-1, the same price as Toronado.

“The first three home in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes look set to renew rivalry at Sandown this weekend, while recent money for both Mars and Toronado suggest the Classic crop could be well represented in the traditional first top level clash of the generations,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

6-4 Al Kazeem, 5 Mukhadram, The Fugue, Toronado, 6 (from 8) Mars, 8 Pastorius, 14 Battle Of Marengo, 16 Maxios, 25 Red Cadeaux, Chopin, 33 Most Improved,

**Darley July Cup
5 Lethal Force, Shea Shea, 13-2 Society Rock, 8 Pearl Secret, Reckless Abandon, 9 Gordon Lord Byron, 10 Gale Force Ten, 12 Soft Falling Rain, 14 Slade Power, Sole Power, Sovereign Debt, 16 Jack Dexter, Shamexpress, 20 Bar

**Qipco Sussex Stakes match bet
5-6 Dawn Approach, 5-6 Toronado
(both must run or bets void)

**Ladbrokes St Leger
4 Galileo Rock, 6 Talent, 7 Leading Light, Libertarian, 9 Hillstar, 12 Battle Of Marengo, Festive Cheer, 25 Sugar Boy,

**Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
5 Intello, 7 Orfevre, 9 Al Kazeem, 10 Treve, 12 Flintshire, Ruler Of The World, Trading Leather, 16 Gentildonna, Kizuna, Ocovango, Remote, Shikarpour, Novellist, 20 Morandi, Sky Hunter, St Nicholas Abbey, 25 Pastorius, Snow Fairy, Telescope

**Flat Jockeys’ Championship
2-5 Richard Hughes, 7-4 Ryan Moore, 25 Bar

**2014 Qipco 2,000 Guineas
5 War Command, 14 Kingman, 20 Berkshire, Sir John Hawkins, 25 Australia, Saburo, Stubbs, 33 Championship, Parbold,

**2014 Qipco 1,000 Guineas
8 Kiyoshi, 14 Rizeena, 16 Joyeuse, Sandiva, 33 Beldale Memory, Ihtimal, Wedding Ring


Further Information Contact
David Stevens 07720 400438



David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.