Wednesday, July 25, 2001
LATEST LADBROKES ANTE-POST PRICES
Tote Ebor - York 22nd Aug 2001
10-Foreign Affairs, 10-Saltrio, 12-Archduke Ferdinand, 12-Harlequin, 14-Cover Up 14-Artillery, 16-Akbar, 16-Elsaamri, 16-Thari, 16-Tomasino, 16-Mediterranean 20-Ansar, 20-Capal Garmon, 20-Hambleden, 20-Inch Perfect, 20-Kuster 20-Mana D'argent, 20-Mutakarrim, 20-Order, 20-Reason, 20-Sateen, 20-Solo Flight 20-Thundering Surf, 20-Travelmate, 20-Virgin Soldier, 25-Agitando, 25-Alrisha 25-Brother Joe, 25-Distinguished Cove, 25-Dominant Duchess, 25-Eternal Spring 25-First Ballot, 25-Hirapour, 25-Inching Closer, 25-Loop The Loup, 25-Media Puzzle
25-Ovambo, 25-Prarie Falcon, 25-Quest For Peace, 25-Rada's Daughter 25-Rhythmicall, 25-Shayadi, 25-Spunkie, 25-Windsor Boy
Each-way ¼ the odds places 1,2,3,4
Vodafone Stewards Cup
10-Seven No Trumps, 10-Undeterred, 12-Mujado, 14-Brevity, 16-Deep Space 20-Candleriggs, 20-Continent, 25-Antonio Canova, 25-Blackheath, 25-Cadeaux Cher 25-Cotton House, 25-Cubism, 25-Glowing, 25-Ho Leng, 25-Honesty Fair, 25-Kathology 25-Marsad, 25-Night Haven, 25-Palace Affair, 25-Palanzo, 25-Polar Kingdom 25-Promised, 25-Railroader, 25-Rudik, 25-Smart Predator, 25-Zuhair
Each-way ¼ odds places 1,2,3,4
King George VI Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes
4/7-Galileo, 5/2-Fantastic Light, 12-Anabaa Blue, 16-Golden Snake, 16(from 20)-Hightori 16-Morshdi, 16-Mutamam, 20(from 25)-Millenary, 25-Mutafaweq, 25-Storming Home 50-Give The Slip, 66-Bonnard, 66-Broche, 66-Ice Dancer, 66-Pebble Island 150-Chimes At Midnight
Each-way 1/5 odds places 1,2,3.
William Hill Mile
10-Analyser, 10-Surprise Encounter, 10-True Night, 12-Big Future, 12-Vicious Knight 14-Muthaaber, 14-Top Dirham, 16-Parisien Star, 16-Persiano, 16-Thihn, 20-Amicable 20-Camberley, 20-Cornelius, 20-Digital, 20-Hilltop Warning, 20-Little Amin 20-Lord Protector, 20-Masterful, 20-Nimello, 20-Peartree House, 20-Petit Marquis 20-Riberac, 20-Wannabe Around, 25-Bold King, 25-Brilliant Red, 25-Calcutta 25-Golden Dragon, 25-Highland Reel, 25-Muchea, 25-Proceed With Care 25-Sharp Play, 25-Soviet Flash, 25-Swift Dispersal, 25-Turku, 25-Volontiers 25-Premier Baron
Each-way ¼ odds places 1,2,3,4.
8-Misraah, 9-Atavus, 9(from 12)-Tillerman, 10-Nice One Clare, 12-Big Future, 12(from 14)-Hurricane Floyd, 12-True Night, 16-Camberley, 20-Amaranth 20-Duke Of Modena, 20-Fath, 20-Orientor, 20-Proceed With Care, 20-Zucchero 25-Doctor Spin, 25-Indian Spark, 25-Mount Abu, 25-Muchea, 25-Needwood Blade 25-Velvet Glade, 25-Royal Artist, 33-Amicable, 33-Baaridd, 33-Hangover Square 33-Ho Leng, 33-Polar Kingdom, 33-Hilltop Warning, 33-Jedeydd, 33-Now Look Here 33-Peartree House
Each Way ¼ odds places 1,2,3,4.
DEATH OF FAHD SALMAN
Prince Fahd Salman, owner of 1991 Derby winner Generous, has died of a heart attack at the age of 46.
Prince Fahd was a nephew of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia and died last night.
Paul Cole, trainer of Generous, said: "It's a terrific shock," he said this afternoon.
"It's a big hole for me as he was such an important part of my life because he was a good friend and he was part of Whatcombe.
"I trained for him for more than 20 years. He was part of my life and part of Whatcombe. It's a horrible thing."
Other notable horses to carry the famous dark green silks of Prince Fahd included 1999 Oaks winner Ramruma.
RACING MOURNS TERRY CASEY
Trainer Terry Casey died last night at the age of 56. He had been suffering from throat cancer for quite some time.
Casey's finest moment came when saddling Rough Quest to win the 1996 Grand National. Rough Quest also finished a fine second in that season's Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Andrew Wates, owner of Rough Quest, said today: "It is very sad. He died at 7pm last night at his partner's in Somerset.
"He had been ill for some time and had a number of operations and it finally caught up with him. He will be sadly missed.
"We had some great moments together," he said. "He was a very good man in total. The year we won the National we had a great personal tragedy at home and was equally as good with that as he was with training the National winner.
"He was a great, instinctive trainer. He got inside the mind of horses and that was what made him so successful from limited resources.
"Rough Quest always had a lot of ability but he needed some knowing and Terry was able to unlock that ability so that he won the National and finished second in the Gold Cup."
THE JOCKEY CLUB CONFIRMS PLANS TO REVIEW RELATIONSHIP WITH RHT
The Senior Steward of the Jockey Club today confirmed that a Review would be undertaken to consider any conflicts of interest which might exist between the roles of The Jockey Club as Regulator and as the owner of Racecourse Holdings Trust, and also its representation on BHB as the owner of Racecourse Holdings Trust.
Christopher Spence, Senior Steward of the Jockey Club, said: "A Review of the relationship between the Jockey Club as Regulator and as the owner of thirteen racecourses will get underway as soon as the members of the Review Group and its terms of reference have been agreed upon. The Review Group will include both independent and Jockey Club members."
He continued: "In the light of BHB's decision to review its constitution and a number of its Articles, including those relating to conflicts of interest, the Review Group will consider any conflicts arising from the Jockey Club representation on BHB as the owner of RHT as soon as the result of the BHB's own review and any consequences of it are known."
"I am confident that a combination of our own and BHB's review will address any detrimental conflicts of interest and clarify matters for the future."
SOLD-OUT SIGNS GO UP AT NEWMARKET!
Newmarket Racecourse is getting the sold-out signs ready for this Friday evening's race meeting (27th July).
The Members' Enclosure was sold out over a week ago and Grandstand & Paddock tickets are selling fast with the course advising people to book in advance if they want to be sure of getting in.
The same fixture sold out two years ago when evening racing and Jools Holland & His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra once again proved to be an irresistible combination.
The £12 Grandstand & Paddock tickets are down to the last 1,000 and there are a limited number of places available in the Family Enclosure.
Bookings will be taken up to 12 noon on Friday on 01638 675500.
MAGNIFICENT ENTRY RECEIVED FOR DONCASTER'S RACING POST TROPHY
One of the most prestigious two-year-old Flat races of the season, the Group One Racing Post Trophy, run on Saturday, October 27, 2001, at Doncaster, has attracted an amazing 201 entries. There were 186 entries last year, 181 in 1999 and 167 in 1998 so the Doncaster contest is getting more and more popular.
Irish champion trainer Aidan O'Brien, who is having a fantastic season, has won the great mile contest, which this year boasts a total prize fund of £175,000, twice in the last four seasons with Saratoga Springs in 1997 and Aristotle two years later.
The master of Ballydoyle accounts for nearly a fifth of this year's entries, with 40 representatives. Among O'Brien's leading possibles are Johannesburg, Rock Of Gibraltar, and Roar Of The Tiger, a trio who all figure prominently at the head of the early markets for next year's Newmarket classic, the 2000 Guineas. He has also entered the unraced Diaghilev, the most expensive yearling ever sold in Europe at 3.4 million guineas.
Johannesburg is unbeaten in three starts, including the Group Three Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot, while Rock Of Gibraltar sustained a defeat in the Royal Meeting's Group Three Coventry Stakes, but made amends handsomely when easily winning another Group Three event, the Railway Stakes, at the Curragh earlier this month. So far Roar Of The Tiger has only won a Naas maiden, but the full brother to Giant's Causeway has been the subject of repeated good reports.
David Loder has enjoyed an incredible return to training in England this season with nearly two thirds of his juveniles winning when appearing on the racecourse. The Newmarket-based trainer, on behalf of Godolphin which was successful with Medaaly in 1996, provides 30 of this year's possible runners.
Of this number Meshaheer, who began his career by winning a Doncaster maiden, had a nightmare passage in Royal Ascot's Coventry Stakes and showed his true colours to win a shade cosily in the Group Three July Stakes at Newmarket on July 11, Dubai Destination improved for his narrow debut defeat by the John Gosden-trained Waldenburg when stepped up to seven furlongs to win a Newmarket maiden by three-and-a-half lengths and Dubai Excellence, who, although unraced, possesses a top-class pedigree, being a Highest Honor half-brother to the outstanding Dubai Millennium.
Henry Cecil dominated the Racing Post Trophy in the early nineties winning the contest on three occasions - Peter Davies (1990), Armiger (1992) and King's Theatre (1993), as well as being successful in 1989 (Be My Chief ),1986 (Reference Point), 1984 (Lanfranco), 1982 (Dunbeath), 1979 (Hello Gorgeous) and 1975 (Take Your Place).
The ten-time champion trainer's firepower includes Pleasant Colony colt Handa Island, an unraced $210,000 yearling purchase at Keeneland's September Sale, and Sparkling Water, who shaped promisingly when runner-up to Imtiyaz, another Loder entry, in a Sandown maiden on June 16.
Last season's Racing Post Trophy was won by the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Dilshaan, who stayed on in impressive fashion to win by two-and-a-half lengths. The Darshaan colt went on to capture this season's Group Two Dante Stakes at York and finish seventh in the Vodafone Derby. Sir Michael has not had many juvenile runners this term, but there is little doubt that there could be superstars lurking among his 28 entries. Other notable entries include the Paul Cole-trained Spanish John, who is unbeaten in two outings including a Listed contest in Italy, Leo's Luckyman, trained by Mark Johnston, who was hugely-impressive on his racecourse debut winning an Ayr maiden by eight lengths, the Richard Hannon-trained Redback, a Listed winner at Newmarket's July meeting, and the French-trained Le Fou, a half brother to Montjeu.
Tim Betteridge, General Manager of Doncaster Racecourse, said: "The Group One Racing Post Trophy, run on Saturday, October 27, 2001, has attracted a phenomenal entry and it looks like being a great race again."
THE RACING POST TROPHY
Class A, Group One, Total Prize Fund £175,000. Saturday, October 27, 2001, 1m, for two-year-old entire colts and fillies. Weights: colts 9st; fillies 8st 9lb. Entries closed July 18, 2001 (201 entries), first forfeit stage August 29, seond forfeit stage October 9. £15,000 supplementary entry stage October 20. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Monday, July 23, 2001 and may not include some overseas form.
ACCESS DENIED (FR) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
ACTIVITY (IRE) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
AKSHAR (IRE) 2 H.H. Aga Khan Sir Michael Stoute
1 AL MOUGHAZEL (USA) 2 Chris Cotran Pip Payne
ALBUNDY (IRE) 2 P. H. Betts Mark Tompkins
ALLUDE (IRE) 2 Nick Littmoden Nick Littmoden
ALPHA ECHO (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
ALSAFI (USA) 2 Sanford Robertson Jeremy Noseda
311 ASHDOWN EXPRESS (IRE) 2 W. J. P. Jackson Sean Woods
ATTORNEY GENERAL (IRE) 2 Sheikh Mohammed Sir Michael Stoute
BALAKHERI (IRE) 2 H.H. Aga Khan Sir Michael Stoute
6 BALLINGARRY (IRE) 2 sUE Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
0 BARINGO (USA) 2 Khalid Abdulla Roger Charlton
00 BARKBY (IRE) 2 Beryl Lockey Mark Tompkins
BEN HUR 2 Blue Blood And Wentworth Racing John Gosden
BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
BOLD AIM 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum Sir Michael Stoute
BORORA 2 Exors of the late Robert Hitchins Ian Balding
1 BRAGADINO 2 Athos Christodoulou Sir Michael Stoute
BRINGONTHECLOWNS (IRE) 2 Miss Katie Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
BROADWAY BANKER (FR) 2 Freddy Bienstock and Martin Boase John Hills
CAMP DAVID (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
CANBERRA (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Niarchos Family Aidan O'Brien IRE
CARRACCI (USA) 2 Michael Tabor, Sue Magnier & Trish Hyde Aidan O'Brien IRE
1 CASTLE GANDOLFO (USA) 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
CENTURY CITY (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
CHARLEY BATES (USA) 2 Strawbridge,Knight,Stonerside,Hancock John Gosden
12 CLASS LEADER (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
COMFY (USA) 2 Khalid Abdulla Sir Michael Stoute
COMPOSER (IRE) 2 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd Sir Michael Stoute
COSHOCTON (USA) 2 John W Phillips Michael Jarvis
1 CREEKVIEW (USA) 2 Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Robert Sangster Aidan O'Brien IRE
DANCING WATER 2 R Crutchley Fulke Johnson Houghton
15 DECEPTOR (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
DELLA FRANCESCA (USA) 2 Michael Tabor, Sue Magnier & Betty Maxwell Moran Aidan O'Brien IRE
DENMARK (IRE) 2 Graham Rock - Osborne House Sir Mark Prescott
DIAGHILEV (IRE) 2 Michael Tabor, Sue Magnier & Lord Lloyd-Webber Aidan O'Brien IRE
DISTINCTION (IRE) 2 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd Sir Michael Stoute
DISTINCTIVE STATE 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
DON FERNANDO 2 Lucayan Stud Sean Woods
DOUBLE HELIX 2 Mrs Susan Roy Brian Meehan
21 DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
DUBAI EXCELLENCE 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
DUBAI FUJI (JPN) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
1 DUBAI STATUS (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
11 DULCET SPEAR 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
EARTH STAR (IRE) 2 Kilboy Estate Jeremy Noseda
EPICENTRE (USA) 2 Khalid Abdulla John Gosden
5 EXPLORING (IRE) 2 Anthony Pye-Jeary and Mel Smith Fulke Johnson Houghton
FARQAD (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum David Loder
FIRST CHARTER 2 Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
FLAT SPIN 2 Wafic Said John Dunlop
FOOLS RUSH IN (IRE) 2 Terry Mills Terry Mills
FORTUNE ISLAND (IRE) 2 P K L Chu Sean Woods
FULL HOUSE (IRE) 2 The Blandford Partnership Paul Cole
FUNFAIR 2 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
GALLANT BOY (IRE) 2 Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
GALLANT HERO 2 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
GAMUT (IRE) 2 Lord Weinstock Sir Michael Stoute
GHANNAM (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum Marcus Tregoning
GOLDEN SPECTRUM (IRE) 2 George E K Teo Richard Hannon
2 GOODWIN SANDS (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
4 GRAMPIAN 2 Michael Dawson Luca Cumani
HANDA ISLAND (USA) 2 Khalid Abdulla Henry Cecil
HATHAAL (IRE) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum Sir Michael Stoute
12 HAWK WING (USA) 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
HERO'S JOURNEY 2 Waney Racing Group Inc & Robert Sangster John Gosden
21 HIDDEN DRAGON (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
HIGH SIERRA (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
4I SWEAR 2 The Thoroughbred Corporation John Dunlop
ICE AND FIRE 2 Abdullah Saeed BelHab David Loder
IKTINAS 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum Ben Hanbury
IMBIBING (IRE) 2 Anthony Pye-Jeary & Mel Smith Fulke Johnson Houghton
IMPERIAL THEATRE (IRE) 2 Robert Sangster & Tony Collins John Gosden
13 IMTIYAZ (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum David Loder
IN DISGUISE 2 The Earl Cadogan John Dunlop
INDIAN DREAMER (IRE) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
INDIGO MAGIC 2 Michael Tabor, Sue Magnier & Wafic Said Aidan O'Brien IRE
INGLIS DREVER 2 Piers Pottinger Sir Mark Prescott
JAZZ BEAT (IRE) 2 Moyglare Stud Farms Ltd Dermot Weld IRE
111 JOHANNESBURG (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
JOYOUS GIFT 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
KALAMBARI (IRE) 2 H.H. Aga Khan Sir Michael Stoute
KASHMOR (USA) 2 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum David Loder
2 KASPAROV (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
KAYSERI (IRE) 2 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
KING OF HAPPINESS (USA) 2 Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
1 KRISKOVA (USA) 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum David Loder
1 KUNDOOZ 2 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
LAHOOQ 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
411 LANDSEER 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
LE FOU (IRE) 2 Tsega Ltd John Hammond FR
LEADERSHIP 2 Khalid Abdulla Sir Michael Stoute
1 LEO'S LUCKYMAN (USA) 2 Mrs S. J. Brookhouse Mark Johnston
LIVE DANGER (USA) 2 Jaber Abdullah Mick Channon
LOUISVILLE (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
21 LOWESWATER (USA) 2 Manton Racing Partnership John Gosden
21 LUCAYAN LEGACY (IRE) 2 Lucayan Stud Sean Woods
MAD CAREW (USA) 2 Karyl Harris Peter Harris
MADERNO (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
MAGNIFICO 2 Sir Evelyn De Rothschild Sir Michael Stoute
MAMOOL (IRE) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
MANORSON (IRE) 2 Eastwind Racing Ltd David Arbuthnot
MEDALLIST 2 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
MERDIFF 2 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
131 MESHAHEER (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum David Loder
MEXICAN (USA) 2 Saeed Manana Clive Brittain
14 MINE HOST 2 Nicholas Hodges Michael Bell
13 MONARCHOFTHEGLEN (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
MOON BALLAD (IRE) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
MORRIS DANCING (USA) 2 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
MOSCOW (IRE) 2 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd John Gosden
MR DINOS (IRE) 2 C. Shiacolas Paul Cole
1 MR SANDANCER 2 A. Mordain James Given
MUTAWAGED (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum David Loder
MUTINYONTHEBOUNTY 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
1 NAHEEF (IRE) 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum David Loder
2 NAYYEL 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum John Dunlop
NOSTRADAMUS (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
OCEAN SPIRIT (USA) 2 The Queen Sir Michael Stoute
OFFICIAL FLAME (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
ON EDGE 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
ON STAGE (USA) 2 Evelyn Hankinson Michael Bell
ORINOCOVSKY (IRE) 2 Andy Smith Paul Cole
12 PARASOL (IRE) 2 Mohammed Al Nabouda Mick Channon
513 PASSING GLANCE 2 Kingsclere Stud and Michael Wates Ian Balding
PERIGEO (IRE) 2 Robert Sangster & Tony Collins John Gosden
PRIDE OF DUBAI (USA) 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum David Loder
PRIME CUT 2 Wafic Said Neville Callaghan
PRINCELY VENTURE (IRE) 2 Lord Weinstock Sir Michael Stoute
RAHWAAN (IRE) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum John Dunlop
RAHY'S SON (USA) 2 Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
RAJASTHAN (IRE) 2 The Moguls James Fanshawe
RARE PRESENCE (IRE) 2 Moyglare Stud Farms Ltd Dermot Weld IRE
5 RAVENGLASS (USA) 2 Manton Racing Partnership John Gosden
011 RECEIVEDWITHTHANX (IRE) 2 Mike Smallman Allan Dickman
221441 REDBACK 2 The Waney Racing Group Inc Richard Hannon
REMINISCENT (IRE) 2 Fulke Johnson Houghton Fulke Johnson Houghton
RESEARCHED (IRE) 2 Lord Weinstock Sir Michael Stoute
REVUE (IRE) 2 Dr Michael Smurfit Dermot Weld IRE
RIGHT APPROACH 2 The Queen Sir Michael Stoute
5 RISKER (USA) 2 Ali Saeed Mark Johnston
1 ROAR OF THE TIGER (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
161 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
SADLERS LAW (IRE) 2 George Tong & Partner John Hills
SAHARA DESERT 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
SAIHOOK 2 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
SALENTINO (IRE) 2 Katie Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
SANDY BAY (IRE) 2 Mrs C. J. Hue Williams Fulke Johnson Houghton
6 SAVANNAH BAY 2 Joe Allbritton Brian Meehan
SCENT OF VICTORY (IRE) 2 Martyn Arbib Paul Cole
312 SCOTTISH RIVER (USA) 2 Jumeirah Racing Mark Johnston
SEFTON LODGE 2 Lucayan Stud Jeremy Noseda
SHAAMEL (USA) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum John Dunlop
SHAGRAAN 2 The Thoroughbred Corporation John Dunlop
1 SHAH JEHAN (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
SHAKRAN 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum Sir Michael Stoute
SHAMI 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
1 SHOLOKHOV (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
3 SIGHTS ON GOLD (IRE) 2 Moyglare Stud Farms Ltd Dermot Weld IRE
3 SLANEY SAND (IRE) 2 Jackie Bolger Jim Bolger IRE
SORCEROUS 2 Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Plantation Stud Aidan O'Brien IRE
11 SPANISH JOHN (USA) 2 Anthony Speelman Paul Cole
2 SPARKLING WATER (USA) 2 Khalid Abdulla Henry Cecil
2 STAGE CALL (IRE) 2 Richard Nip Jim Bolger IRE
STARZAAN (IRE) 2 Martyn Arbib Paul Cole
2 STEADFAST AND TRUE (USA) 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum David Loder
STORM SEEKER 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum Barry Hills
SULEIMAN (IRE) 2 Robert Sangster & Sue Magnier John Gosden
SUNDRENCHED (IRE) 2 Lael Stable William Haggas
3 SWEET BAND (USA) 2 Abdullah Ali Ed Dunlop
SWELLMOVA 2 Martyn Arbib Paul Cole
SYSTEM 2 Abdullah Ali Barry Hills
022 TAHITIAN STORM (IRE) 2 P. A. & D. G. Sakal Mark Tompkins
TAINWELL 2 Mrs C. C. Weber Jeremy Noseda
TASMANIAN TIGER (USA) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
TELESTO (USA) 2 Niarchos Family Sir Michael Stoute
TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
1 TENDULKAR (USA) 2 Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Diane Nagle Aidan O'Brien IRE
THAQIB (IRE) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum John Dunlop
THEATRE (USA) 2 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd Sir Michael Stoute
1 THOLJANAH (IRE) 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum Marcus Tregoning
TIKKUN (IRE) 2 Mountgrange Stud Roger Charlton
TIME TO TRAVEL (USA) 2 J. S. Gutkin Paul Cole
TIOMAN (IRE) 2 H.R.H. Sultan Ahmad Shah Michael Jarvis
2 TITCHFIELD (USA) 2 Sir George Meyrick Paul Cole
TOBAGO FIZZ (USA) 2 Miss G. Gatto Roissard Luca Cumani
2 TOREADOR (IRE) 2 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
TRIBAL MAGIK 2 Sheikh Mohammed David Loder
031 TRILOGY 2 Khalid Abdulla John Gosden
TUNSTALL (USA) 2 Michael Dawson Luca Cumani
21 TWENTYTWOANDCHANGE (IRE) 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
UNLEASH (USA) 2 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Mark Prescott
URSA MINOR (USA) 2 Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
VOLCANIC 2 Khalid Abdulla John Gosden
1 WALDENBURG (USA) 2 Sheikh Mohammed John Gosden
WHAT A VIEW 2 The Thoroughbred Corporation John Dunlop
1 WHERE OR WHEN (IRE) 2 John Humphreys (Turf Accountants) Ltd Terry Mills
WILD COUGAR (USA) 2 Maktoum Al Maktoum David Loder
1362 WISEMAN'S FERRY (USA) 2 Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
FAMILY DAY AT BEVERLEY
Beverley's annual 'Family Day' meeting on Tuesday (31 July) features The Tote Bookmakers Handicap Stakes over the extended mile and The Dorothy Laird Memorial Trophy, a handicap race over one mile and a quarter for both amateur and professional lady riders.
The late Dorothy Laird was a vice-president of The Amateur Jockeys' Association of Great Britain and a former secretary of The Lady Jockeys' Association (now merged with the A.J.A.) for 17 years since it's inception in 1972. This is the tenth running of the race - the second time as a memorial race. Miss Laird passed away in January last year, aged 87. Her daughter, Mrs Murray-Smith, will present the trophy to the successful owner.
Tuesday's seven-race programme begins at 2.05 p.m. and The National Festival Circus will be staging free-to-enter shows in the Picnic Park enclosure, which is also the location of the course's playground, a selection of children's attractions and ferret racing organised by Hull and East Riding Ferret Rescue. As usual, accompanied children under 16 years of age will be admitted free of charge into all enclosures and a quantity of vouchers for free ice-creams will be issued to young racegoers.
The giant ToteVision Screen will enable racegoers to have an even better view of racing, as well as showing the action from the 'Glorious Goodwood' meeting.
For old articles (from 1st March 2000) go to the Newslink