St Mark’s Basilica a “world-class superstar” | Reflections on the 2021 Coral-Eclipse | Racing TV

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Racing TV presenter and sectional timings expert Angus McNae puts a thrilling Coral-Eclipse under the microscope in The Verdict.

In a steadily-run race, the brilliant St Mark’s Basilica blasted home against top-class older performers Addeybb and Mishriff to clinch a fourth Group 1 triumph and on his first start against older horses in the middle-distance showpiece at Sandown Park.

The Siyouni colt is indisputably “a world-class racehorse” according to our expert and St Mark’s Basilica can run yet faster than this off a stronger gallop and in a more truly-run race.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien has a host of races to target with this top-class three-year-old, with the Juddmonte International at York and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown on Longines Irish Champions Weekend potential high-class targets later this term.

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