2020 Coronation Cup (5 June 2020)

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The Racing Horse looks at the key trends for this year's Coronation Cup. The race is a Group One raced over a trip of 1m4f. The Investec Coronation Cup, usually staged at Epsom, has been relocated to Newmarket and headlines an action-packed card on Friday 5 June 2020. The supporting races for the Group 1 include Derby and Oaks trials as well as Pattern level contests like the Brigadier Gerard Stakes and the Abernant Stakes.

RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for NEWMARKET (Rowley Mile)

RACING TRENDS for the 2020 CORONATION CUP

18/18: Previously won a Group 1 or 2 race (100%)
17/18: Won over 1m4f before (94%)
17/18: Aged 6yo or younger (94%)
16/18: Top three last time out (89%)
15/18: Aged 4 or 5yo (83%)

13/18: Raced within the last 5 weeks (72%)
12/18: Ran at Chester, York, Newmarket or Curragh last time out (67%)
12/18: Favourites placed (67%)
11/18: Stall 3 placed (4 won) (61%)
..8/18: Won by Aidan O’Brien (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2017) (44%)
..8/18: Winning favourites (44%)
..7/18: Won last race (39%)
..6/18: Ran at Epsom before (33%)
..3/18: Ridden by Ryan Moore (2009, 2011 & 2017) (17%)
..1/18: Winners from stall 1 (6%)

The average winning SP in the last 15 years is 10/3

Trainer Aidan O’Brien has been cleared to have his first runners of the season in Britain after it was announced that overseas runners will be allowed to run in the Coronation Cup, 2,000 Guineas and 1,000 Guineas. The rules allow trainers in Ireland and France to compete in these first three Group One races of the British season run at Newmarket on 5, 6 and 7th respectively and precede the resumption of Irish racing which was confirmed on Friday as 8 June.

WINNING FAVOURITES in NON-HANDICAPS for horses 4yo+ at NEWMARKET over the ROWLEY MILE show 16-41 for 39%. Our betting advice is to filter the top 5 trends from the rest of the field as they show 83-90 for a strong 92%.

PREVIOUS WINNERS of the CORONATION CUP

2019: Defoe (11/1)
2018: Cracksman (2/7f)
2017: Highland Reel (9/4f)
2016: Postponed (8/11f)
2015: Pether’s Moon (11/1)
2014: Cirrus des Aigles (10/11f)
2013: St Nicholas Abbey (3/10f)
2012: St Nicholas Abbey (8/11f)
2011: St Nicholas Abbey (Evsf)
2010: Fame And Glory (5/6f)
2009: Ask (5/1)
2008: Soldier Of Fortune (9/4)
2007: Scorpion (8/1)
2006: Shirocco (8/11f)
2005: Yeats (5/1)

The Racing Horse Verdict and Timeform Comments to appear here once we have the runners and riders and prices and the state of the ground...

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