The Guineas, the Derby… now the Coral-Eclipse. SEA THE STARS triumphs at Sandown in 2009.

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  • Racing TV published this video item, entitled “The Guineas, the Derby… now the Coral-Eclipse. SEA THE STARS triumphs at Sandown in 2009.” – below is their description.

    Sea The Stars confirms himself the best of his generation with another starring performance in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.

    Having already won the 2000 Guineas and the Derby, John Oxx’s colt was sent off as the 4-7 favourite to land a third Group One. Despite Rip Van Winkle attacking throughout the final furlong, Sea The Stars found more for the pressure to run out an impressive one-length winner.

    Sea The Stars was successfully emulating Nashwan, the last Derby winner to gain victory in the Eclipse against older horses back in 1989.

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