Monday, July 30, 2001
LADBROKES PRICES FOR GOODWOOD TOMORROW
2.15 Goodwood - Bet Direct Summer Handicap, 1m2f
20-Gold Academy, 7-Pantar, 8-Sharp Play, 12-Atlantic Rhapsody, 8-Prairie Wolf, 9/2-Parisian Star, 9/2-Torrid Kentavr, 9-Entity, 9/2-Kuster, 9-Shriver, 40-King Spinner 33-Bandler Ching
3.20 Goodwood - Peugeot Gordon Stakes, 1m 4f
9/2-Perfect Sunday, 4-Alexius, 20-Demophilos, 12-Hill Country, 6-Nayef, 9-Saddlers Creek, 11/2-Snowstorm, 10-Sydenham, 16-Torcello, 5-Wareed, 25-When In Rome
3.50 Goodwood - ladbrokes.co.uk Prestige Handicap, 1m 6f
9/2-Gallery God, 9/2-First Ballot, 10-Cracow, 7-Moonjaz, 11-Virgin Soldier, 25-Lermontev, 7-Mana d'Argent, 6-Court Shareef, 8-Zibeline, 33-Master George, 12-Robandela, 11-Wait For Will
4.25 Goodwood - King George Stakes, 5f
9-Eastern Purple, 12-Rudi's Pet, 12-Rushcutter Bay, 66-Afaan, 9/2-Bishops Court, 8-Borders, 50-Coastal Bluff, 9-Ellens Lad, 9-Proud Native, 5-Dietrich, 16-Ivorys Joy, 20-Rozel, 28-Red Millennium, 10-Romantic Myth, 8-Superstar Leo
LATEST LADBROKES ANTE-POST PRICES
Sussex Stakes, 1m, Goodwood, Wednesday
5/2-Black Minnaloushe, 5/2-No Excuse Needed, 11/2-Noverre, 7-Distant Music, 7-Olden Times, 10-Bach 10-Ameerat, 14-Cape Town, 40-Golden Silca, 40-Nicobar, 66-Darwin.
Each way 1/5 odds a place 1,2,3.
William Hill Mile, 1m, Goodwood, Thursday
8-Surprise Encounter, 10-Analyser, 12-Big Future, 12 from 16-Persiano, 16-Parisien Star, 16-Thihn, 20-Digital, 20-Hilltop Warning, 20 from 33-J R Stevenson, 20-Little Amin, 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-Volontiers, 33-Blue Mountain, 33-Bomb Alaska, 33-Celebration Town, 33-Ferzao, 33-Gallant, 33-Just Nick, 33-Kareeb, 33-Momentum, 33-Norfolk Reed, 33-Peartree House, 33-Yarob
Each way ¼ odds a place 1,2,3,4
The Stewards Cup, Goodwood, Saturday
8-Brevity, 8-Undeterred, 10 from 12-Continent, 10-Seven No Trumps, 16-Deep Space, 20-Candleriggs, 20-Smokin Beau, 25-Antonio Canova, 25-Cadeaux Cher, 25-Cubism, 25-Glowing, 25-Halmahera, 25-Ho Leng, 25-Honesty Fair, 25-Kathology, 25-Marsad, 25-Palanzo, 25-Promised, 25-Railroader, 25-Smart Predator, 25-Zuhair, 33-Bon Ami, 33-Flak Jacket, 33-Get Stuck In, 33-Guinea Hunter, 33-Juwwi, 33-Labrett, 33-Mitcham
33-Now Look Here, 33-Pan Jammer
Each way ¼ odds a place 1,2,3,4
Tote Ebor, York, August
10-Saltrio, 12-Harlequin, 14-Cover Up, 14-Akbar, 14-Artillery, 16-Elsaamri, 16-Thari, 16-Tomasino, 16-Mediterranean, 16-Solo Flight, 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-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
Each way ¼ odds aplace 1,2,3,4
WEATHERBYS SUMMER CUP DAY AT DONCASTER
The second running of the £24,000 added Weatherbys Summer Cup, a handicap contest over the extended mile and a quarter, is the highlight of Doncaster's fixture on Saturday (4 August).
The feature race is sponsored by Weatherbys Group Ltd. which provides administration services to the British Horseracing Board and commercial services to the racing industry in general.
Saturday's programme, begins at 2.20 p.m. with The E.B.F. Unison The Trade Union In Front Maiden Stakes - a race for two-year-olds over seven furlongs - one of three races supported during the afternoon by UNISON, the public service union.
UNISON is the largest trade union in the U.K., with 1.3 million members. UNISON recruits, represents and organises people who work in public services, for private companies which provide services to the public or for voluntary organisations.
Stanley Racing, who operate over 650 betting offices throughout the U.K. and Southern Ireland, sponsor a Conditions Stakes race for sprinters over six furlongs while The Keyline Fillies' Handicap Stakes for three-year-old fillies over the round mile is sponsored by Keyline, part of the Travis Perkins Group.
Keyline is a specialist supplier of building materials and operates throughout the U.K., with particular strength in the north of England and Scotland.
The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Screen, situated opposite the main stands, will enable racegoers to see all of the action, while musical entertainment is provided by Tom Roberts Jazz Band. Racegoers will also be offered free strawberries as part of British Strawberry promotions organsied by National Summer Fruits Ltd.
As usual, the fully-supervised crèche facility is in use in the Family Enclosure at £1.80 per hour.
THE 11th LORD'S TAVERNERS DAY AT THIRSK
Thirsk stages the 11th Lord's Taverners Day on Saturday (4 August), when members of the Yorkshire region of The Lord's Taverners will be joined by show-business celebrities to once again raise funds to give young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance.
It's the second day of Thirsk's two-day meeting, with the North Yorkshire track also in action on Friday.
Thirsk was the birthplace in 1755 of Thomas Lord, the founder of Lord's Cricket Ground in London and The Lord's Taverners - a registered charity established in 1950 - which has raised millions of pounds for youngsters who are handicapped, as well as supporting youth cricket and the provision of equipment and coaching facilities.
Racing on Saturday commences at 1.55 p.m. with the Thomas Lord Maiden Stakes - a race for two-year-olds supported by The European Breeders Fund. The feature races are The Halifax P.L.C. Nursery Handicap Stakes (also a contest for juveniles over five furlongs), The Enter Today's Racecard Competition Handicap Stakes over one mile and The Feversham Arms Stakes, a handicap race over one mile and about four furlongs, sponsored by Studford Inns, regular sponsors of the racing programme at Thirsk.
The Enter Today's Racecard Competition Handicap Stakes refers to the special competition held at each of the county's nine racecourses this year. Saturday's prize winner will receive an invitation for two to attend the 'Go Racing in Yorkshire' Annual Lunch in December, when the draw is made for the star prize of becoming a racehorse owner for a day next year.
Friday's action starts at 2.05 p.m. with The Peter Bell Memorial Stakes, a handicap race for sprinters over six furlongs which remembers the late Major Bell, who was a director of the racecourse for many years.
The betabet Maiden Handicap Stakes over six furlongs, is one of the 18 races in Yorkshire this year (two at each racecourse), sponsored by betabet, the largest network of independent bookmakers in the U.K., while Saffie Joseph & Sons, a major distributor of televised U.K. racing to the Caribbean betting industry, support a Claiming Stakes for two-year-olds over seven furlongs.
Horse syndication company, Turf 2000 Ltd., sponsor the 'Hands and Heels' Maiden Handicap Stakes for apprentice riders over seven furlongs - one of eleven such races supported by Turf 2000 Ltd. this season for young riders. The leading apprentice jockey at the end of the series in October will receive a working holiday abroad - possibly Dubai - in conjunction with The British Racing School.
There's a variety of children's attractions in the Family Ring on both days.
For old articles (from 1st March 2000) go to the Newslink