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Al Kazeem the one to watch this weekend

The Coral Eclipse will be the highlight race of the weekend’s action as it comes from Sandown Park on Saturday afternoon and it is all set to be a thriller.

You only have to look at the field to see why this is such a prestigious event as it is full of quality. This race is run over one mile and two furlongs and features some of the best horses over that distance.

The one to watch, however, has to be Al Kazeem as the five-year-old comes here in scintillating form after three wins from as many races this year.

Roger Charlton’s charge was last seen putting in a stunning display at Royal Ascot as he won the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, which is one of the biggest encounters of the week.

Al Kazeem managed to come out on top by a neck, so it was a tough race for the horse, but he showed just how much quality he has, even when the pressure is on.

Now, Charlton’s talented horse comes into the Coral Eclipse as the 6/4 favourite Betfred and if at his best, he should come out on top once more.

In some ways, it might even prove to be a tougher encounter than the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes as everyone expects Al Kazeem to deliver this weekend.

In terms of other betting offers, The Fugue is being offered at 4/1 with StanJames and that could prove to be good value after he finished third last time out at Royal Ascot.

There could, however, be plenty of bets on the horse that was only second by a neck to Al Kazeem in that one – Mukhadram.

William Haggas’ colt is available at 6/1 to win here and that might just prove to be a decent bet.

This is going to be a cracking encounter.

Ruler Of The World set for Irish Derby

The Irish Derby takes place on Saturday evening from the Curragh and as ever, this race is sure to be a thriller, especially when you look at the talent involved.

It is run over a distance of one mile and four furlongs and at the moment, there are eleven possible runners for the clash.

The one that many are looking forward to seeing though is Aidan O’Brien’s Ruler Of The World as he is being offered at 11/10 to come out on top with SkyBet and he comes into this one in fine form.

We last saw the three-year-old winning the Investec Derby at Epsom Downs earlier in the month, when he had a betting offer of 7/1 and he could be about to show just how good he is with another win here.

The colt has now managed three wins from as many races and know what it takes to claim a victory at Curragh as he won over one mile, two furlongs back in April.

In Ruler Of The World’s last two races, Ryan Moore has been doing the steering and that could prove to be the case this time out as well.

As we know, Moore is one of the best around and is in good form after some impressive wins at Royal Ascot last week.

It isn’t going to be an easy race, but if at his best, you would say Ruler Of The World is going to be tough to beat, especially as he comes from such a strong yard and would have been looked after extremely well since winning the Derby.

There are a number of other horses involved though and Libertarian could prove to be decent value at 7/2 with Boylesports.

Bring on a superb Irish Derby; this isn’t one you want to be missing.

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