VADENI strikes for France in an epic Coral-Eclipse at Sandown! – Racing TV

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “VADENI strikes for France in an epic Coral-Eclipse at Sandown! – Racing TV” – below is their description.

Christophe Soumillon bided his time before pouncing aboard the impressive French Derby winner and fended off the fast-finishing Mishriff who met trouble in running. Vadeni is the first French-trained winner of the Coral-Eclipse since 1960 and will now head to the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.

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