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Minding heads betting for vintage Irish Champion Stakes

| 08.09.2016

Minding is the 5-2 favourite with Coral for Saturday’s QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes, ahead of the dual-Derby winner Harzand at 3-1, following the final declarations for the Leopardstown Group One.  French Derby winner Almanzor is next at 11-2, ahead of Found and New Bay, both 8-1.

“The line-up for this year’s QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes is nothing short of sensational, and while the Epsom Classic winners Minding and Harzand head the betting, the quality of the field is highlighted by the Coral-Eclipse winner Hawkbill being priced at 16-1, and the Prince Of Wales’s victor My Dream Boat taking his place as a 33-1 outsider,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes

5-2 Minding, 3 Harzand, 11-2 Almanzor, 8 Found, New Bay, 10 Highland Reel, 16 Hawkbill, 25 Moonlight Magic, Success Days, The Grey Gatsby, 33 My Dream Boat, Sir Isaac Newton, 100 Ebediyin

**Ladbrokes St Leger

4-6 Idaho, 4 Muntahaa, 6 Housesofparliament, 14 Sword Fighter, 16 Ventura Storm, 20 Harbour Law, 25 Ormito, 50 Harrison, 66 The Tartan Spartan,

**Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes

5-4 Qemah, 10-3 Persuasive, 9-2 Alice Springs, 8 Jet Setting, 12 Now Or Never, 16 Hawksmoor, 20 Devonshire, 33 Creggs Pipes,

**Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger

1-5 Order Of St George, 8 Forgotten Rules, 12 Trip To Paris, Wicklow Brave, 25 Unicorn, 33 Bar


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.