GOLDEN HORN bags another big one as he sees off The Great Gatsby in the 2015 Coral-Eclipse

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Favourite Golden Horn wins the Coral-Eclipse under Frankie Dettori, fighting off The Grey Gatsby to seal a rare big-race treble having previously scored in the Dante and the Derby.

Victory made it five career wins out of five, but the best was still to come as he capped his season with success in the Irish Champion Stakes and the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

“I was in front and Jamie was very clever and attacked me early,” said 44-year-old Dettori after this success. “He eyeballed me and this horse showed what a true champion he is. He showed a lot of guts to get the win in the end.”

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