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Saturday, July 30, 2011







Goodwood managing director Adam Waterworth wished former champion jockey Ryan Moore a speedy recovery after his fall from Verdant resulted in a broken humerus bone and thumb.


Moore was rushed to hospital after the spill which took place on an incident-packed final day of Glorious Goodwood 2011.


Tim Jarvis, son of trainer Alan, was also taken to hospital after being knocked over by a loose horse and Jamie Spencer was also stood down later in the day after being unshipped in the Moore incident.


Those incidents contrasted sharply with the sunny weather, packed grandstands and top-quality racing which included wins for top-weight Hoof It in the Blue Square Stewards' Cup and a record-breaking third Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes for Sir Henry Cecil's Midday.


Waterworth said: "On the whole it has been a fantastic day and we have seen some wonderful racing with Midday and Hoof It winning.


"The weather has been great today and the crowd figure of 23,706 (21,602 in 2010) is very good.


"We did have two incidents and of course we would rather not have incidents like that. I do wish Ryan a speedy recovery. I hope the injury is not as bad as it seems and that he is back in the saddle soon. I also hope Tim Jarvis is fine after being struck into.


"The week as a whole has been great and we have seen some amazing racing.”






DAY/YEAR  2011  2010  +/-  +/-%


TUESDAY  13,345 13,058 +287  +2.2%


WEDNESDAY 19,080 16,748 +2,332 +13.9%


THURSDAY  21,719 20,667 +1,052 +5.1%


FRIDAY  21,919 20,920 +999  +4.8%


SATURDAY  23,706 21,602 +2,104 +9.7%


TOTALS  99,769 92,995 +6,774 +7.3%





Ryan Moore was a casualty of an incident in the Toyo Tires Summer Handicap that saw his mount Verdant clip heels and fall. The rider has suffered injuries that, according to the Goodwood Racecourse doctor, could keep him on the sidelines for the remainder of the season.


A statement from Goodwood Racecourse said: “Ryan Moore has broken the humerus bone in his upper arm and has also suffered a broken thumb. He was taken to St Richard’s Chichester Hospital where he is receiving treatment.”










For the second year in succession, Richard Hughes has ridden more winners than any other jockey at Glorious Goodwood and picks up the Racing UK Leading Jockey Award.


Hughes has ridden five winners at this year’s meeting (compared to a record-breaking nine in 2010), finished second twice and third on three rides. His winners include the impressive juvenile Harbour Watch, who won the Group Two Tanqueray Richmond Stakes and is now favourite for next year’s 2000 Guineas, the Group Two Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes winner Chandlery and the Group Three bet365 Lennox Stakes winner Strong Suit.


Frankie Dettori finished second with four winners, while Tom Queally was third. He also rode four winners but had fewer placed horses than Dettori in his tally. Kieren Fallon had three winners, while Ryan Moore, George Baker and David Probert had two apiece.


Hughes wins a lifetime subscription to Racing UK, a £1,000 donation to a charity of his choice and a deluxe Goodwood hamper.


Hughes led the way right from the start of the week after kicking home two winners on Tuesday. “It’s been another incredible week, and I think the highlight was Harbour Watch as there was a lot expected of him and he certainly delivered,” he said.


Racing UK’s commercial director Nick Mills said: “We were delighted to sponsor the Glorious Goodwood Leading Jockey Award for a second year running and it was great to see Richard win it again as he’s such a fantastic ambassador for the sport.”


All of Hughes’s winners were for trainer Richard Hannon, who finished up as the leading trainer at Glorious Goodwood with five winners. Sir Henry Cecil, who won the two Group One races this week - the QIPCO Sussex Stakes with Frankel and today’s Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes with Midday -  won three races, as did fellow Newmarket-based trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni.






Jockey      1st  2nd  3rd

RICHARD HUGHES     5  2  3

Frankie Dettori     4  1  1

Tom Queally      4  -  -

Kieren Fallon      3  1  1

Ryan Moore      2  5  3

David Probert      2  -  1

George Baker     2  -  -

Silvestre De Sousa     1  7  3

Paul Hanagan     1  1  3

Jim Crowley      1  1  1

William Buick      1  1  -

Richard Hills      1  1  -

Hayley Turner     1  1  -

Neil Callan      1  -  2

Franny Norton     1  -  1

Graham Gibbons     1  -  -

J-P Guillambert     1  -  -

Wayne Lordan     1  -  -

Kieran O’Neill      1  -  -

Jamie Spencer     1  -  -

Ted Durcan      -  2  1

Michael Hills      -  2  -

Dane O’Neill      -  2  -

Martin Dwyer      -  1  2

Chris Catlin      -  1  1

Jimmy Fortune     -  1  1

Tony Culhane      -  1  -

Patrick Hills      -  1  -

Darryll Holland     -  1  -

Liam Jones      -  1  -

Christophe Lemaire     -  1  -

Adam Beschizza     -  -  1

Hugh Bowman     -  -  1

Pat Cosgrave      -  -  1

Liam Keniry      -  -  1

Adam Kirby      -  -  1

Nicky Mackay      -  -  1

Luke Morris      -  -  1

Adrian Nicholls     -  -  1

Seb Sanders      -  -  1

Daniel Tudhope     -  -  1

Robert Winston     -  -  1




Trainer      1st  2nd  3rd

RICHARD HANNON     5  4  3

Sir Henry Cecil     3  -  1

Mahmood Al Zarooni     3  -  -

Sir Michael Stoute     2  3  -

Andrew Balding     2  1  1

Mark Johnston     1  3  3

David Nicholls     1  1  1

Marcus Tregonoing     1  1  -

Brian Meehan      1  -  1

John Best      1  -  -

James Bethell     1  -  -

Mark Campion     1  -  -

Jane Chapple-Hyam     1  -  -

Paul Cole      1  -  -

Luca Cumani      1  -  -

John Dunlop      1  -  -

Mick Easterby     1  -  -

Brian Gubby      1  -  -

Micky Hammond     1  -  -

David Lanigan     1  -  -

Robert Mills      1  -  -

P J O’Gorman     1  -  -

Kevin Ryan      1  -  -

David Wachman IRE     1  -  -

Ed Walker      1  -  -

Barry Hills      -  4  -

Ed Dunlop      -  2  -

William Haggas     -  2  -

Richard Fahey     -  1  3

Saeed bin Suroor     -  1  2

James Fanshawe     -  1  1

Sylvester Kirk      -  1  1


Jeremy Noseda     -  1  1

David Simcock      -  1  1

Ralph Beckett      -  1  -

Henry Candy      -  1  -

Roger Charlton     -  1  -

Paul D’Arcy      -  1  -

Mikel Delzangles FR     -  1  -

Tim Easterby      -  1  -

Rae Guest      -  1  -

Mike Murphy      -  1  -

Amanda Perrett     -  -  3

Clive Cox      -  -  2

Alan McCabe      -  -  2

David O’Meara     -  -  2

David Barron      -  -  1

Marco Botti      -  -  1

Mick Channon     -  -  1

John Gosden      -  -  1

Eve Johnson Houghton    -  -  1

Sir Mark Prescott     -  -  1

John Quinn      -  -  1





Tuesday, July 26

2.00pm bet365.com HANDICAP - ARLEQUIN (John Carrick) James Bethell 4-8-05 Graham Gibbons [9] 20/1

2.35pm bet365 GORDON STAKES- NAMIBIAN (IRE) (Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 3-9-03 Silvestre De Sousa [10] 7/1

3.10pm bet365 LENNOX STAKES - STRONG SUIT (USA) (Julie Wood) Richard Hannon 3-8-09 Richard Hughes [5] 5/2 Fav

3.45pm bet365 MOLECOMB STAKES - REQUINTO (IRE) (Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier) David Wachman IRE 2-9-00 Wayne Lordan [14] 6/1

4.20pm CASINO AT bet365 “ASSERTIVE” MAIDEN - MOUSTACHE (IRE) (Raymond Tooth) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [7] 6/1

4.50pm POKER AT bet365 HANDICAP - RED GULCH (S Al Ansari) Ed Walker 4-9-08 J-P Guillambert [10] 16/1

5.25pm MOBILE AT bet365 HANDICAP - SECRET ASSET (IRE) (Simon & Jeanette Pierpoint & Paul Salisbury) Jane Chapple-Hyam h6-9-07 George Baker [13] 14/1


Wednesday, July 27

2.00pm GOODWOOD HANDICAP - HOLLINS (R D Bickenson) Micky Hammond 7-8-10 Paul Hanagan [20] 20/1

2.35pm VEUVE CLICQUOT VINTAGE STAKES - CHANDLERY (IRE) (Julie Wood) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [6] 5/2 Fav

3.10pm QIPCO SUSSEX STAKES - FRANKEL (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Henry Cecil 3-8-13 Tom Queally [3] 8/13 Fav

3.45pm UBS HANDICAP - WHIPLASH WILLIE (Jeremy Hitchins & Stephen Hitchins) Andrew Balding v3-8-12 David Probert [5] 7/1

4.20pm MARKEL INTERNATIONAL FILLIES’ MAIDEN - RAKASA (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 2-9-00 Frankie Dettori [1] 11/2

4.55pm HARWODDS EBF "HELLVELYN" CLASSIFIED STAKES - WEBBOW (IRE) (Wentdale Limited) Mark Campion 9-9-04 Kieren Fallon [11] 9/1

5.30pm EBF NAYEF FILLIES' AND MARES' HANDICAP - ASKAUD (IRE) (Paul Dixon) David Nicholls 3-8-09 Tom Queally [7] 14/1


Thursday, July 28

2.15pm BETFRED THE BONUS KING HANDICAP - LABARINTO (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-00 Ryan Moore [6] 4/1 Fav

2.45pm AUDI KING GEORGE STAKES - MASAMAH (IRE) (Dr Marwan Koukash) Kevin Ryan 5-9-00 Jamie Spencer [8] 4/1

3.15pm ARTEMIS GOODWOOD CUP - OPINION POLL (IRE) (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 5-9-07 Frankie Dettori [16] 9/2 Fav

3.45pm I-SHARES FILLIES' STAKES - MEEZNAH (USA) (Saif Ali & Saeed Altayer) David Lanigan 4-9-06 Frankie Dettori [5] 6/1

4.20pm EBF MEDICEAN NEW HAM FILLIES’ MAIDEN - GIFTED GIRL (IRE) (Alan Spence) Paul Cole 2-9-00 Neil Callan [6] 4/1 Fav

4.55pm TATLER HANDICAP - CASUAL GLIMPSE (Mohammed A Al-Attiyah) Richard Hannon 3-9-03 Richard Hughes [2] 16/1


5.25pm betfred.com HANDICAP - KINYRAS (IRE) (Athos Christodoulou) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-00 Ryan Moore [1] 4/1


Friday, July 29

2.00pm COUTTS GLORIOUS STAKES- DRUNKEN SAILOR (IRE) (Samanda Racing & Tony Bloom) Luca Cumani b6-9-00 Kieren Fallon [7] 9/2

2.35pm RSA THOROUGHBRED STAKES - NEEBRAS (IRE) (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 3-9-00 Frankie Dettori [3] 4/1

3.10pm totesport MILE - BOOM AND BUST (IRE) (Jas Singh) Marcus Tregoning 4-8-10 Hayley Turner [1] 22/1

3.45pm TANQUERAY RICHMOND STAKES - HARBOUR WATCH (IRE) (Robin Heffer) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [2] Evens Fav

4.20pm ROTHSCHILD WADDESDON WINES NURSERY HANDICAP - GOLDONI (IRE) (Mick & Janice Mariscotti) Andrew Balding 2-8-05 David Probert [1] 11/2

4.50pm OAK TREE STAKES - CHACHAMAIDEE (IRE) (R A H Evans) Henry Cecil h4-9-02 Tom Queally [2] 9/2

5.25pm TURF CLUB HANDICAP - CATFISH (IRE) (Raymond Tooth) Brian Meehan 3-8-08 William Buick [4] 8/1


Saturday, July 30

2.05pm bluesquare.com STEWARDS' SPRINT HANDICAP

SON OF THE CAT (USA) (Brian Gubby) Brian Gubby t5-9-09 Franny Norton [3] 18/1


PETARA BAY (IRE) (Bernie Ecclestone) Robert Mills 7-9-09 Jim Crowley [10] 12/1


MIDDAY (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Henry Cecil 5-9-06 Tom Queally [6] 6/4 Fav


HOOF IT (Chubby Chandler & Lee Westwood) Mick Easterby 4-10-00 Kieren Fallon [18] 13/2 Jt Fav


NAWWAAR (USA) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 2-9-00 Richard Hills [4] 7/2


BAYLEYF (IRE) (Graham Jones & Partners) John Best 2-9-02 George Baker [11] 10/1


ALBAQAA (Racing To The Max) P J O'Gorman 6-9-08 Kieren O'Neill [16] 10/1









Seventh Race Win Quotes

Telegraph Apprentice Handicap




PJ O’Gorman and Kieran O’Neill each landed their first taste of Glorious Goodwood success when Albaqaa came from last to first to clinch the concluding Telegraph Apprentice Handicap.


Albaqaa was dropped to the rear from his unfavourable 16 draw and gradually crept up on the outside of the field as the front-runners began to wilt with three furlongs to race, having set a searching gallop. O’Neill, one of the apprentice finds of the season, urged his mount to the lead inside the final quarter-mile and, after edging across towards the far rail, pushed the six-year-old out for a two-length verdict over 14/1 shot Night Lily.


The 10/1 shot is owned by the Riding To The Max syndicate.


O’Gorman, who is in his fifth season with a trainers’ licence, said: “I had a few horses previously, mainly  working with problem horses and others that people didn’t want or wouldn’t train. I was lucky enough to have Max (part owner) here and a friend of mine called Andy Cheshire who put together a syndicate of friends and got half a dozen horses, and that set me up; generally with older horses that have done well previously but had dropped down the handicap, and we have rejuvenated them.


“I am very pleased with the horse and very pleased for the owners. The four races he had won before, only one of those was off a higher rating.


“I think the way the race went suited him down to the ground. I have only had one runner here before and I was surprised how downhill it is all the way.” 


O’Gorman praised O’Neill, apprenticed to Richard Hannon, for whom this was his 29th win of the campaign.


The trainer commented: “He gave him a great ride. Harry Bentley was meant to ride the horse but was required to ride his boss’s horse and Kieran was a great substitute.”










Race Six - Best Western Horses Help Heroes Nursery






Bayleyf struck first time in handicap company as John Best saddled him to victory in the Best Western Horses Help Heroes Nursery.


The colt had enjoyed four previous starts and followed up his seventh-placed effort at Royal Ascot by winning in maiden company at Epsom last time out.


The youngster, sent off at 10/1, followed up that effort under George Baker as he dug deep in the closing stages to deny a gamble on 5/1 favourite Es Que Love by two lengths.


Best said: "He wasn't at his best at Royal Ascot but I was impressed with him today as he looked like he was going to be caught but picked up when George got after him and he was pulling clear again at the finish.


"He was impressive last time at Epsom but I didn't know what to make of it as it didn't look the greatest of races and the ground was soft.


"He is better on quick ground and I am thrilled with that performance.


"I don't think he will be with us for that long as I am sure offers will come in for him. If someone wants to buy him then we will sell.


"I think he will improve with age and if we do keep him then we will have to look at Listed level as he has won here off 87 and will go up again."


Mark Johnston, trainer of the runner-up, Es Que Love, said: "He has run a solid race."


Safari Storm took third under Martin Dwyer, who said: "I'm pleased with him. He's a nice horse and he ran a solid race."











The Overtones EBF ‘Schiaparelli’ Maiden


Despite meeting trouble in running wherever he went through the field, Nawwaar got up to win the Overtones EBF ‘Schiaparelli’ Maiden over seven furlongs for trainer John Dunlop and owner Hamdan Al Maktoum.


“Richard [Hills] got off and said that Nawwaar met everything that Goodwood has to throw at him and he still prevailed,” said Dunlop after the race. “He did get badly hampered on the inside and stopped again so he has done very well to win it.


“But he is a very nice horse, he is a good looker and very straightforward at home - a charmer.


“He ran very well at Ascot first time, was just drawn very wide, and I thought it would be nice to come and see if he could win at Goodwood.


“I don’t have any plans for him, but I will be stepping him up in class to Pattern company next time. On pedigree and on his looks, he looks like a sprinter but he got the seven furlongs well, otherwise he wouldn’t have won.


“He is a nice horse and he was a bit unlucky at Ascot, when he was drawn on the outside and wasn’t beaten far.”


Nawwaah holds early entries in the Group 2 Champagne Stakes, the Group 2 Mill Reef Stakes, the Group 2 Royal Lodge Stakes and he is also in the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes and the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes.



Race Five - Overtones 'Schiaparelli' Maiden







Jeremy Noseda's Grandeur made an eye-catching debut when finishing a game second in the Overtones 'Schiaparelli' Maiden.


Chris Catlin replaced the injured Ryan Moore and his mount flew from the rear to just fail by a head to score at the first time of asking.


The grey son of Verglas is owned by Yvonne Jacques who has eight horses in training with Noseda in addition to others with Sir Henry Cecil, Richard Hannon and Marco Botti.


Miss Jacques said: "That was very good for his first time out and I am thrilled.


"He nearly managed to do it and he did come from a long way back so I am thrilled with him.


"I think he will be better over a longer distance than this seven furlongs and he will also be a better horse next year."








initial winning quotes

Blue Square Stewards’ Cup




Kieren Fallon, the winning rider of 13/2 joint favourite and top-weight Hoof It, said: “Luckily Mick Easterby walked the track this morning and told me to go to the far side, which made my job easier.


“Hoof It will be a Group One horse one day.”


Chubby Chandler, the joint owner of Hoof It with Lee Westwood, commented: “Lee (Westwood) is not here - he is flying to America tomorrow because he’s got a job to do. He hasn’t won a major yet so he is concentrating on that and he’s probably got to get up at six in the morning. He’s already phoned me and he is very excited.


“I thought that Mick had entered him in the Nunthorpe but you never know with Mick - he could be entered in a donkey race next week with him.


“We will see what’s what and we would like to have a go at all sorts because Lee and myself travel a lot - Hong Kong, Paris or wherever - we would like to have a go at everything.


“We are very lucky. Mick got us into this with a bumper horse and he said that he thought this horse would be alright.


“Then he wanted to sell him at the end of last year and I said that all we would be trying to buy another Hoof It, so why bother selling him? So we made sure that he asked for too much and made sure that we kept him.


“We have a lot of fun - it’s our only pastime and it’s great fun.”



Fourth Race Win Quotes

Blue Square Stewards’ Cup




            Hoof It became the first horse since the war to shoulder more than 9st 10lb to success in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup and in doing so ended trainer Mick Easterby’s long quest for victory in the six-furlong showpiece.

            Carrying top-weight of 10st, the 13/2 joint-favourite was drawn unfavourably in berth 18 of the 28 runners but was brilliantly ridden by Kieren Fallon to storm down the far rail for an impressive two and a half-length success.    

            Easterby said: “Everything went against him. He was badly drawn and we thought the ground was drying out too quick but he’s a very, very good horse. How did he do it? How did he get over there from that draw?

            “I bought him as a foal for £6,000, put him back in at Doncaster Sale and nobody came, so I bought him back for £14,000 - unbelievable isn’t it? I’ve tried to win this one for years and had never won it until now, I’m delighted, over the moon.”

            Easterby, along with fellow part-owners, golfer Lee Westwood and Chubby Chandler, are considering paying the £20,000 supplementary fee to ensure the strapping four-year-old Monsieur Bond gelding takes his place in the five-furlong Group One Nunthorpe Stakes at York next month.

            The North Yorkshire handler said: “I actually own a half share of him with Chubby and Lee, who have the other. I haven’t put him in the Nunthorpe.”

            Asked where Hoof It rates in comparison to Lochnager, winner of the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes in 1976, the trainer stated: “He’s better than Lochnager. He wants another year on his back and he’ll be unbeatable.”


            Kieren Fallon’s well-judged ride saw him add to his previous Blue Square Stewards’ Cup win aboard Gift Horse in 2005.

            He commented: “This horse travels for fun and stays well. I said to Mick, he’s a gentle giant and he’s unbelievable to ride.

            “He was carrying 2lb extra with the 2lb you get for the body protector so he was actually carrying 10st 2lb. It’s unbelievable but because he’s such a big, strong horse, he’s able to take that.

            “Originally I wanted to go down the middle - the pace was there and I was following two or three. They were leading the groups both sides and I was happy to follow them. I was getting to them too easy between the three and the two so I thought I’d better go and get the rail because I knew I was going to take it up sooner than I wanted and it’s always an advantage to have the rail. He didn’t have his spark at Ascot but if he had he probably wouldn’t be here today.

            “I have ridden a lot of good sprinters over the years and this lad at the moment ties in with them. He’s still a big baby and has a big future. He is going to get stronger and better as time goes on. He will be a Group One horse one day.”





The Blue Square Stewards’ Cup


The nine-year-old Tax Free belied his years to finish a two and a half length second in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup. Mac’s Power, who was sent off the 13/2 joint-favourite with the race winner Hoof It, finished a head back in third.


“What can you say,” said Dandy Nicholls, the trainer of Tax Free and  nicknamed the “sprint king” for producing horses at their peak for races such as this. “He’s always the same this horse, him and the likes of Joseph Henry. He just keeps pulling it out. He is a nine-year-old and people say you should retire him, but when he goes and runs like that, how can you?!”


Nicholls trained last year’s winner of the Stewards’ Cup, Evens And Odds and has won the race three times. Tax Free finished third in the five-furlong Group 3 Audi Stakes at Goodwood in 2007 and won a Listed race at the course the previous year. This was the horse’s  48th career start. He has won 15 races and finished second or third on 15 occasions.


James Fanshawe, trainer of Mac’s Power, said: “He’s run very well. Whatever passage we have had through the race, I don’t think we could have beaten the winner.”





Pat Cosgrave, rider of Mac’s Power who finished third in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, has been suspended for one day on Saturday, August 13 for careless riding. The stewards found that Mac’s Power interfered with Mon Cadeaux approaching the furlong marker.


Tajneed, trained by Dandy Nicholls, will not be able to run again until he passes a stalls test. As this is the second time in 12 months that the gelding has been reported, if he is reported a third time in the same period, Tajneed will be prevented from having a stalls’ test for six months.











Midday put up another fine performance to run out a comfortable winner of today's Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes on the final day of Glorious Goodwood, her third successive victory in the Group 1 fillies & mares contest.


The brilliant mare has now won six Group 1 races in her career and in the last three seasons has never finished out of the first three in 12 starts in Group/Grade One company.


Today's victory extends the leads held by her trainer, Sir Henry Cecil, and jockey, Tom Queally, at the top of the QIPCO British Champions Series leaderboards, with Cecil's standing in the table also boosted by saddling Principal Role to finish third in the race. 


Both now have five wins to their name and are two winners clear in their respective tables after a fantastic Goodwood which saw them win both Group 1 contests courtesy of Frankel in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes on Wednesday and Midday this afternoon.



TRAINER   WINS 2nds 3rds

1 Henry Cecil   5 1 1

2 Aidan O'Brien  3 5 1

3 Mahmood Al Zarooni 3 1 0

4 Richard Hannon  2 3 0

5 John Gosden  2 0 2

6(e) Robert Cowell  1 0 1

6(e) Andre Fabre  1 0 1

6(e) David Simcock  1 0 1

9(e) William Haggas  1 0 0

9(e) Edward Lynam  1 0 0

9(e) Robert Collet  1 0 0

9(e) James Fanshawe 1 0 0



JOCKEY   WINS 2nds 3rds

1 Tom Queally  5 1 0

2 Frankie Dettori  3 1 1

3 Richard Hughes  2 2 2

4 William Buick  2 1 1

5 Ryan Moore  1 5 2

6 Mickael Barzalona  1 1 0

7(e) Jim Crowley  1 0 1

7(e) Jamie Spencer  1 0 1

9(e) Keagan Latham  1 0 0

9(e) Johnny Murtagh  1 0 0

9(e) Gerald Mosse  1 0 0

9(e) Pat Cosgrave  1 0 0

9(e) Seamie Heffernan 1 0 0

9(e) Hayley Turner  1 0 0








Race Three - Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes





History was made on the final day of Glorious Goodwood 2011 as the Khalid Abdulla-owned Midday became the first filly or mare to win the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes for the third time.


Trained by Henry Cecil, who was winning the race for the eighth time, and ridden by Tom Queally, Midday had scored at the meeting for the last two years.


And she brought up the hat-trick as the 6/4 favourite by surging clear inside the final two furlongs to see off two-time Oaks winner Snow Fairy by two lengths.


Cecil said: "I am very pleased. Last year she became one of three to have won the race two times and now she has broken the record and won three.


"She has won six Group Ones in her career and been unlucky not win another two or three more. She is a marvellous mare.


"I didn't realise I had won this race eight times. The only thing I can tell you is that they weren't all in the last eight years!


"I don't know what happened when she got beat in Ireland last time but she was probably beaten by a very good filly.


"I am very happy and have had a great week. I have always liked Glorious Goodwood and get excited about staying down here for a night.


"If Midday is well then we will think about going to the Yorkshire Oaks and we will feel our way from there. All options are open including the Irish Champion Stakes and the Breeders' Cup again. The races are there for her and we will just feel our way and see how we go. She will tell me and I won't tell her - you don't tell women what to do.


"I have enjoyed this week. I have been shopping in The Lanes at Brighton, buying shirts and shoes and everything, and I nearly didn't get here because of the traffic.


"People keep saying that I am very good with fillies but I have been very lucky. Over the years I have trained for studs who have bred very nice fillies. Good colts and fillies make successful trainers and jockeys.


"If the horses are bad, I am a bad trainer whereas if you have good horses then everything is marvellous. It hurts but it is the truth - I know it myself."


Queally added: "I was sitting there and knew Frankie was lurking about somewhere on Snow Fairy and wanted to kick at the right time and didn't want to go too soon or too late.


"When I sent her about her office, I wanted her to stretch clear and not be like last year when she got to the front and she dossed.


"I gave her a smack or two just to set her about her job. I made her mind up and she knows what to do.


"She is the Queen of Goodwood now. She loves it here and she travelled very well. We started to get racing early but I was able to get her back on the bridle and give her a breather. Hopefully, it will be a good tonic for Teddy (Khalid Abdulla's racing manager Lord Grimthorpe who broke his right arm in a paddock fall earlier in the week) who has obviously got a bit of an injury.


"She is very special to me, Shane, and everybody in the yard. She is an absolute sweetheart and what a week it has been."


The Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes is part of the QIPCO British Champions Series.



Third Race Place Quotes

Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes




Snow Fairy (5/2) found Midday two lengths superior when runner-up in the Group One Blue Square Nassau Stakes over just short of 10 furlongs but trainer Ed Dunlop believes there is more to come from last year’s Oaks winner.


The four-year-old landed four Group/Grade One contests in 2010 and has clearly come on for finishing fourth on her seasonal debut behind So You Think in the Group One Eclipse Stakes earlier this month.


Snow Fairy tracked Midday under Frankie Dettori but was unable to close on the winner, who kicked for home over two furlongs out off a slow pace.


Dunlop’s charge could now head to York for the Group One Yorkshire Oaks over a mile and a half next month.


The trainer said: “She’s in at York. We were obviously beaten by a better horse but it’s a huge improvement on her first run and Frankie said she will definitely improve again.


“She would have liked a stronger pace - she quickens very well off a fast pace and they went very slow early. We were getting back there and it’s a very good run.”


Fourth-placed Crystal Capella could also be heading to York for the same contest when the 12-furlong trip will be more to her liking. The six-year-old has a preference for ease in the ground and was caught for toe at the crucial juncture as Midday stormed for home.


Trainer Sir Michael Stoute commented: “She has run a blinder. We knew it was dicey but we can’t go in front with her - she has got to be relaxed so we knew it was going to be difficult. We thought long and hard about actually running her this morning because the ground was quick enough. If the ground is suitable we would love to go to York.”





The Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes 


Jimmy Fortune, rider of the fourth-placed finisher Crystal Capella, deputising for the injured Ryan Moore, said: “They hacked around, they went no pace. She is a mile and a half filly and wants softer ground.”





William Hill has priced Midday at 2/1 for the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf, a race she won in 2009 and finished second in 2010.


Stan James have priced Midday at 3/1 (no change) for the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf and have her at 33/1 from 50/1 for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.


Victor Chandler have put Midday in at 25/1 from 50/1 for the  Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.




Jockey Nathan Alison has been suspended for six days after being found guilty of careless riding on ninth Seek The Fair Land. The stewards decided that Alison allowed his mount to hang right into the whip causing interference to Klynch, ridden by Tom Eaves, who in turn interfered with Gille Eoin, who then interfered with Secret Witness. Alison’s band runs from Saturday, August 13 to Thursday, August 18.


Jockey Steve Drowne has been suspended for three days after being found guilty of careless riding. He manoeuvred his mount Kingsgate Choice left-handed, which caused interference to Everymanforhimself, We Have A Dream and Quasi Congaree. Drowne’s suspension runs from Saturday, August 13 to Monday, August 15.











The Toyo Tires Summer Handicap

winner quotes


In a dramatic running of the Toyo Tires Summer Handicap, Petara Bay, trained by Robert Mills and part-owned by Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone in whose colours he ran , won gamely by a neck.


“A two-mile trip really is his optimum,” said the winning trainer, “but I was more concerned about the ground here. It was perfect at the beginning of the week, but it was not changing in our favour.


“This horse is a half-brother to Nathaniel - he has the most fantastic pedigree, but he has been plagued by injury. He was injured in the Derby and he has taken a lot of nursing by the lads in the yard.


“We have to treat him with kid gloves, but there is no doubting he has an engine.


“He has to come with a late run like that, he has to be ridden through a race to gain confidence, to come past horses and find his rhythm. Jim (Crowley) gave him a beautiful ride - there is no one better at getting a horse into a rhythm as he does.


“I am just delighted for the owners. My late Dad [Terry] loved this horse and my Mum has a half share in him with Mr Ecclestone who is away and very busy with his Formula 1 commitments, but I am sure he will be delighted when we tell him.”


Crowley commented: “I wasn’t aware of what had happened until I pulled up and the loose horses came by - I just hope that everybody is OK. I was on the outside so I was clear of it all and didn’t really see what happened.


“He is a horse who was held in high regard a few years ago. The handicapper has given him a chance now and Robert has done a fantastic job with him.


“He is very well bred and there are some others in his family apart from Nathaniel.”


Captain John Nixon broke down when in the lead soon after entering the straight and dropped back, with horses behind taking avoiding action. Verdant, with Ryan Moore up, clipped the heels of Sharaayeen, fell and brought down the Jamie Spencer-ridden Activate. Moore has been taken to St Richard’s, Chichester Hospital with a suspected shoulder injury.




Race Two - Toyo Tires Summer Handicap





Icon Dream continued his solid run in big-field handicaps when going down by a neck to Petara Bay in the Toyo Tires Summer Handicap.


David Simcock's four-year-old has been plying his trade in the most competitive of races this summer and put in one of his better performances to just be denied.


Simcock's pupil assistant Tom Clover said: "He has run a blinder and is a lovely horse to have.


"I am delighted for his owner Marwan Koukash and hopefully this horse has one of these races in him.


"He probably has been helped by what happened during the race but he has been running in competitive races all summer.


"He has dropped down to a mark of 95 and if he was to go down a couple of more pounds, which he won't do after that, then you really would be rubbing you hands about his chances and I can see why he was backed."


Sponsors Betfred clipped Icon Dream into 20/1 from 33s for the Ebor, with Paddy Power going 25/1 from the same price.








First Race Win Quotes

bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap




            Son Of The Cat blazed down the far rail in the bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap, the dress rehearsal for the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, to give increased hope to those horses drawn low in the six-furlong showpiece later today.

            The five-year-old is owned and trained by Brian Gubby, for whom Goodwood holds many fond memories. The veteran handler, 77, raced around the famous Goodwood motor circuit in his days as a racing driver and has previously seen his colours carried to victory at the racecourse thanks to old favourites such as Omaha City.

            Son Of The Cat burst from the three stall and was always prominent. Franny Norton took his mount to the far rail and the gelding quickened to lead inside the final quarter-mile before storming home for a length and three quarters triumph from Confessional, who had tacked across

from his 16 draw under Silvestre De Sousa.

            Gubby commented: “Franny and I felt they would come up the middle so that was the plan, to keep as straight as we could.

            “He won as a two-year-old here and then he came back and finished second. He’s a genuine little horse but I was hoping to run him in a race to get him in the Stewards’ Cup the other day but he got cast in his box and blew his leg up - that was at Epsom. I desperately wanted to get him into the big race.

            “Don’t get me wrong, I’m over the moon. That was where we were heading but the consolation prize is absolutely wonderful.

            “I have four horses and two youngsters for next year. I’m retired now so I take it considerably easier now.  I have arthritis but I’m totally enjoying it. Omaha City won four or five here and was a lovely horse. It’;s been a lucky course for me - I’ve had quite a few winners for a small yard.

            “I put him in a Listed the other day at Windsor and put the blinkers on him thinking that would pull out a little more out and I should have had 19lb off the winner and he was beaten four and three quarter lengths. The winner, Bated Breath, broke the track record and went on to be third in the July Cup.”


            Norton said: “I had been listening to all that has been going on and they were saying that it was a lot quicker on far side. In actual fact, it felt like good ground to me but I had the horse on the day.”

            “To be fair, Mr Gubby half-fancied him a little bit because he ran well in a Listed contest last time under Neil Callan, when he had the blinkers on and ran too free.

            “It was all a matter of which side they were going to be and where it was all going to happen. I was lucky enough to be taken into the race really well but then I just had to commit him a bit early because the door was about to close but he stuck to his guns really well.

            “He has won well in the end. I was half-thinking that I might have messed it up by setting off so early by he showed a lot of guts and determination and made it worthwhile.”






The bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap

Placed quotes


The connections of the second and third in the bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap, the consolation race for the Stewards’ Cup, confirmed that the plan for both horses (drawn 16 and 17) was to track over towards the far side rail, where the ground has been reported to be faster.


Terry Holdcroft, owner of Confessional, who carried top-weight into second spot from stall 16, said: “We are very pleased with that and the plan had been to go over to the far side.


“He was second over five furlongs at this meeting last year, Silvestre (De Sousa) said he got the six-furlong trip well here which helps to open options up for him. He just has to have fast ground and he has been unlucky on a number of occasions this year. We went to Ireland last time, and when he left to travel it was good to firm, by the time he raced the ground had turned to a bog.”


Richard Fahey, trainer of the third Valery Borzov, said: “We are very pleased with this horse. He is better on a softer surface than this.”










The going remains


Good to Firm, Good in places


after watering of the top bend last night and some very light rain this morning.


The rail around the top bend has been moved back to its original position and there will be fresh ground on the inside for the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes.


Seamus Buckley, Goodwood’s Clerk of the Course, said: “I am pleased with the way the ground has stood up to the racing this week.


“We put six millimetres of water down on the top bend after racing yesterday and there has been a bit of drizzle this morning but nothing material.


“There is still plenty of moisture in the ground and the going remains at Good to Firm, Good in places.


“The GoingStick readings will be available later this morning.”


Stalls’ Postions

Straight Course - stands’ side.

Round course  - inside





The GoingStick readings at 9.15am were:


Overall: 8.7


Round course: 8.8


Straight course:


Stands’ side: 8.4


Centre: 8.5


Far side: 8.7

This compares to:


Friday overall: 8.5


Thursday overall: 8.4


Wednesday overall: 8.2


Tuesday overall: 8.4






2.05pm bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap


no 13   FREE FOR ALL (IRE) (Vet’s Certificate, lame)


3.10pm Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes


no 7      MISTY FOR ME (IRE) (Going)


3.45pm Blue Square Stewards’ Cup


no 3      DAFEEF (Going)


4.55pm Best Western Horses Help Heroes Nursery Handicap


no 1      BLING KING (Going)

no 15    PEN BAL CRAG (IRE) (Declared in error)

no 16    OUR BOY JACK (IRE) (Declared in error)


5.35pm   The Telegraph Apprentice Handicap


no 17    KAVACHI (IRE) (Going)




            Glorious Goodwood 2011 will forever be associated with Frankel’s incredible domination of the QIPCO Sussex Stakes.

            Billed as the “Duel on the Downs”, the mile championship contest was supposed to be a thrilling face-off between the world’s best pair of milers but evolved into an exhibition of devastating power, phenomenal pace and supreme poise as Frankel’s relentless stride left Canford Cliffs toiling in his wake.

            Sir Henry Cecil’s Classic hero took his tally to seven wins without defeat and prompted his trainer to state: "It’s a marvellous day and he is a very, very good horse. I think Frankel is the best that I have ever seen. Looking through, Blushing Groom was a miler who really used to impress me and Shergar - I can’t go further back because I wasn’t alive but Tudor Minstrel and the days of matches. I wouldn’t know but he is one of the best horses that I have ever seen."

            Trainer Richard Hannon was flummoxed in the wake of Canford Cliffs’ defeat but is keen to take on the winner again. The four-year-old had been seeking a sixth straight Group One triumph but was unable to unleash his usual burst of acceleration and drifted left in the closing stages.

            That reversal aside, Hannon and jockey Richard Hughes have had a typically profitable Glorious Goodwood with five winners each and sit atop the leading trainer and jockey standings, respectively.

            The pair teamed up on the opening day to take the Group Two bet365 Lennox Stakes with the horse that could be Canford Cliffs’ successor, Strong Suit. Further wins have followed with Moustache, Casual Glimpse and a pair of exciting juveniles that prompted hopes of Classic success for the yard in 2012. First up, Chandlery took the Group Two Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes in fine style on Wednesday but Harbour Watch is the colt seen as Hannon’s new great hope after the two-year-old stormed to success in Friday’s Group Two Tanqueray Richmond Stakes.

            Next year’s Classics seem a long way off but the St Leger, the final Classic of 2011, is only six weeks away and Mark Johnston has a strong contender on his hands in the shape of the improving Namibian. The colt had landed the two-mile Queen’s Vase at Royal Ascot but displayed speed to match his stamina when taking the Group Three bet365 Gordon Stakes over 12 furlongs here on Tuesday.

            Frankie Dettori stole the limelight for 45 minutes or so on Thursday with a crowd-pleasing big-race double. The Godolphin rider drove Opinion Poll to a narrow victory in the Group Two Artemis Goodwood Cup for trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni and, a little over half an hour later, guided Meeznah to a smooth triumph in the Group Three I-Shares Fillies’ Stakes for David Lanigan.

            The week’s sole overseas success so far came on Tuesday when David Wachman unleashed a smart two-year-old from Ireland in the Group Three bet365 Molecomb Stakes. Requinto put in a commanding performance to land the five-furlong sprint.

            Speaking of sprinters, the Kevin Ryan-trained Masamah continued his progress up through the ranks with a victory in Thursday’s Group Two Audi King George Stakes over the same distance.

            Every race is a highlight at Glorious Goodwood but other notable victories came for the Luca Cumani-trained Drunken Sailor, who could be Melbourne Cup-bound after taking Friday’s Group Three Coutts Glorious Stakes, the Henry Cecil-trained Chachamaidee in the same day’s Group Three Oak Tree Stakes and Boom And Bust’s welcome success under Hayley Turner for trainer Marcus Tregoning in yesterday’s totesport Mile. The admirable Hollins gave trainer Micky Hammond his biggest win on the Flat when taking the week’s longest race, the historic Goodwood Handicap.





            Adam Waterworth took over as Managing Director at Goodwood Racecourse upon the retirement of Rod Fabricius at the end of last season and the new man is enjoying his first Glorious Goodwood at the helm.

            With Frankel’s win fresh in the mind, Waterworth said: “It has been brilliant and I have thoroughly enjoyed the week so far. This is my first Glorious Goodwood as Managing Director and although I enjoyed it when I was here last year, it was always going to be a bit different with the pressure that comes now that I have taken on the role.

            “It has been a really successful week. Crowd figures are great but, in some respects more importantly than that, the atmosphere has been brilliant.

            “Wednesday was obviously a highlight. I thought the atmosphere that day - the way the crowd were and how the racing panned out - that is a day that I won’t ever forget. It is almost as if that day has lifted the entire week; that carried into Thursday and then on the back of that, yesterday was a really lovely atmosphere.

            “The racing has been brilliant with really close finishes and some great performances from Frankel to Harbour Watch, so hopefully the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes today will live up to that.”

            Waterworth pinpoints Frankel’s breathtaking win in the “Duel on the Downs” as being the week’s seminal moment.

            He commented: “I think the QIPCO Sussex Stakes, as the highlight of the week and coming quite early on, really set the meeting up and it has maintained that level in terms of atmosphere and the general good feeling about the place. It is brilliant that we have managed to carry that through the week.

            “We still have one day to go so I don’t want to count my chickens. This is a really important day and the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes looks like being a fantastic race too. It is almost disappointing that the Nassau Stakes has been overshadowed by the QIPCO Sussex Stakes because this looks like being one of the best renewals we have had in a long time.

            “It’s a shame that Aidan O’Brien’s filly (Misty For Me) has come out and I’m not going to pretend it wouldn’t have been a better race with her in but to have Snow Fairy and Midday in the race is tremendous.

            “Snow Fairy has the local links with Mrs Patino who has long been associated with the John Dunlop stable at Arundel and of course the filly won here last year before going on to do what we all know she did.

            “And Midday, well how often do horses come back for a third? If she was able to win, I would like to think that the reception she will get could even challenge Frankel’s. If she can win three it would be remarkable. Whichever filly wins, she will get an appreciative reception. 

            “The Blue Square Stewards’ Cup is probably the most iconic race of the whole week so we still have a little bit to do today but hopefully we will enjoy a great day and then, from my point of view, we can put it to bed as having gone as well I could ever have hoped.”

            Waterworth feels that the small tweaks he and his team have made this year have been positive developments.

            He said: “There will be a review process afterwards, as there is for any meeting, and there will be things that we have done wrong and things that we could have done better but I think on the whole, most of the things we have introduced this year have worked. Things like the post-racing entertainment and keeping the bars open later seems to have worked very well and has helped to ease congestion with so much traffic leaving.

            “We removed a lot of the fencing around our bar areas to allow racegoers to move more freely and that seems to have helped the crowd mechanic and the general atmosphere. I certainly think there are more positives to come out of this week than anything else.

            “Last year was the first time I had been here for all five days and people were saying that it was the best Glorious Goodwood they could remember for a long time but my feeling is that this week has at least matched last year.

            “It is not going to be every year that we are going to attract the best horse in the world and it is not going to be every year that we will have the sort of clash that focused attention on this week, and so to have that in my first year, I was very lucky. Many racing people have reminded me that it will all be downhill from here!






Day/Year   2011  2010  +/-  +/-%


TUESDAY  13,345 13,058 +287  +2.2%


WEDNESDAY 19,080 16,748 +2,332 +13.9%


THURSDAY  21,719 20,667 +1,052 +5.1%


FRIDAY  21,919 20,920 +999  +4.8%


SATURDAY  -  21,602 -  -




Glorious Goodwood draws to a close for another year and the Racing Post use their front page to preview the fifth and final day of the meeting, with their main headline focusing on tipsters Tom Segal and Gerald Delamere who both select Mac's Power in the Blue Square Stewards' Cup.

The other feature contest is the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes and the Daily Star's racing pullout majors on the Group One contest with columnist Jamie Spencer predicting that Midday can win the race for the third year and cap a superb week for Sir Henry Cecil and Tom Queally.

The baby-faced rider also tips Kevin Ryan's Tiddliwinks in the Stewards' Cup with Mark "The Couch" Winstanley fancying Spencer's mount Colonel Mac to win the six-furling dash.

Mac's Power is also the selection of The Sun's Templegate, with the paper's pullout displaying a picture of a beaming Hayley Turner after the Group One-winning rider landed her first Glorious Goodwood success aboard Boom And Bust in yesterday's £125,000 totesport Mile.

Inside the paper and Claude Duval has penned a feature on Stewards' Cup favourite Hoof It after the horse won at York last weekend and the racing even makes it on to the news pages.

Singer turned actress Billy Piper graced the Downs yesterday and she is pictured on page four of The Sun, six of The Saturday Telegraph and 19 of The Daily Mirror sporting ridiculously high heels.

Newsboy of The Mirror selects High Standing and Midday for the Stewards' Cup and Nassau Stakes respectively, but the latter is opposed by columnist Frankie Dettori who believes his mount Snow Fairy can provide him with a third victory in the race.

The Telegraph's Jim McGrath predicts that "the forecast is good for Snow" in previewing the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes, while his colleague Marcus Armytage writes "Hayley Turner's pay cheque for this month was already looking pretty chunky after her July Cup victory but she added substantially to it when she won at Goodwood on the Marcus Tregoning-trained Boom And Bust".

Alan Lee in The Times is another to focus on Turner's success in his review of yesterday's action while The Independent's Chris McGrath looks further back to Wednesday and Frankel's imperious success in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes.

McGrath argues that Frankel should be sent to this year's Breeders' Cup Classic, stating that "his pace, balance and stride have long suggested that Frankel would be sensational on dirt".

In reflecting on yesterday's racing, Greg Wood in The Guardian leads off on Tanqueray Richmond Stakes winner Harbour View who received quotes of just 6/1 for next year's QIPCO 2000 Guineas after providing Richard Hannon with his fifth winner of the week.

The paper's Will Hayler preview's today's racing and predicts that Snow Fairy will add a touch of magic to the Nassau Stakes.

Snow Fairy is also the selection of The Daily Mail's Sam Turner and he predicts that she "should have been brought to the boil courtesy of a much-needed outing in the Eclipse at Sandown last time behind So You Think and Workforce".

The local daily, The News, also wrote about both Harbour View and Hayley Turner with Rob Atkins penning that "Tuner's smile lit up the winner's enclosure as she celebrated her maiden winner at Glorious Goodwood yesterday".




Richard Hughes and Richard Hannon are likely to repeat their victories of 12 months ago by again being confirmed as Racing UK leading jockey and leading trainer respectively at Glorious Goodwood 2011.

Hughes ended last year with nine victories and while theoretically possible again, he would have to ride four winners from his five mounts this afternoon to match the feat.

Hughes leads the standings with five wins and two second placings this week, with his highlights likely to have been Strong Suit's silky-smooth success in the bet365 Lennox Stakes on Tuesday and Harbour Watch's impressive victory in the Tanqueray Richmond Stakes yesterday.


Frankie Dettori lies second in the Racing UK Leading Jockey standings and has four rides this afternoon, while Tom Queally (three wins) and Ryan Moore (two wins) each have six mounts.

Dettori and Queally ride the two leading contenders in the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes and are aboard Snow Fairy and Midday respectively, and it would be hard to imagine one of the pair not scoring there. Dettori has a live chance aboard Sports Section in the Overtones 'Schiaparelli' Maiden and could mount a challenge to Hughes if both of those two score.

Richard Hannon has had five winners and four seconds during the week and should again be crowned leading trainer - with an army of eight runners this afternoon.

Sport's Section's trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni is his nearest pursuer with three winners but that handler only has the one runner here today.




Stewards’ Cup sponsor Blue Square reports an early morning move for the David Barron-trained Colonel Mak (in from 16s to 14/1) in today’s big sprint which is due off at 3.45pm. Second last time out over six furlongs at Hamilton, Colonel Mak, winner of the Ayr Silver Cup last September, is drawn in stall 21 and carries 8st 11lb. Jamie Spencer rides.


There has been continued support for the top two in the betting, Hoof It and Mac’s Power, with the latter being well-backed as this morning’s Pricewise horse in the Racing Post.


“It looks as though he (Mac’s Power) will be challenging for favouritism,” says Alan Alger of Blue Square, “which did not look likely yesterday.”


Of the longer-priced runners, Alger reports that Blue Square has seen money for the Dr Marwan Koukash-owned and Richard Fahey-trained Brave Prospector, who has come in from 40/1 to 33/1.  He is drawn in stall 8, is ridden by Paul Hanagan and carries 9st 3lb.




Aside from its feature race on today’s card, Blue Square reports money for Golden Desert in the opening bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap. The Robert Mills-trained horse, who ran here on Wednesday finishing fourth in the seven-furlong Harwoods EBF “Hellvelyn” Handicap, has come in from 10/1 to 9/1. He is drawn in stall 4. In the same race, the firm has also seen moves for the Ron Harris-trained Secret Witness (33/1 to 25/1).


In the Stewards’ Sprint, Sky Bet has shortened Dubai Media to 14/1 from 16/1, while in the big race itself High Standing, from the in-form William Haggas yard and ridden by Ryan Moore, has come in from 25s to 20/1.


In the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes, Blue Square has seen early money for Sir Henry Cecil’s Midday (13/8 from 7/4), who is bidding for a third consecutive victory in the race.


Sky Bet also reports money for Midday and the firm has brought her price in from 13/8 to 6/4, while it has eased fellow Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes runner, the Ed Dunlop-trained Snow Fairy, to 15/8 from 7/4. 


In the supporting card, money for Captain John Nixon in the Toyos Tires Summer Handicap (2.35pm) has seen Sky Bet shorten his price to 7/1 from 8/1, a move replicated by Stan James, while the Jeremy Noseda-trained debutant Grandeur, who runs in the Overtones EBF “Schiaparelli” Maiden (4.20), has been cut by Sky Bet from 25/1 to 20/1. In the final race of Glorious Goodwood 2011, The Telegraph Apprentice Handicap (5.35), there has been early support for the Paul Cole-trained Moynahan (14/1 to 12/1).


The Paddy Power offices have also been taking money for Moynahan (12/1 to 9/1), while in the Stewards’ Cup  the bookmaker has seen support for Colonel Mak (16/1 to 12/1) and Brave Prospector (40/1 to 25/1). In the second race,  the Toyos Tires Summer Handicap (2.35), Paddy Power has brought Sharaayeen into 6/1 from 7/1 and in the opener Mymumsaysimthebest is now a 10/1 shot from 12/1 with the bookmaker.


Stan James reports money for the same horses in the Stewards’ Cup: Colonel Mak (10/1 from 18/1), Brave Prospector (20s from 40/1) and it has also moved the second favourite, Mac’s Power, into 15/2 from 10/1. In the consolation race, Paddy Power has shortened four - Joseph Henry (20/1 from 25/1), Dubai Media (14/1 from 20/1), Novellan Lad (16/1 from 18/1) and Noverre To Go (16/1 from 22/1).




Ahead of racing on the last day of Glorious Goodwood, Victor Chandler prices Richard Hughes at 1/5 to be the Racing UK leading jockey for the second year in succession. Hughes is currently on five winners, one ahead of Frankie Dettori.


Dettori is 7/1 with Victor Chandler to take the title, Tom Queally, who has ridden three winners, is 12/1, while Ryan Moore on two winners is 20/1.


Chandler also goes 9/1 Thunderball (from 12/1) in the opening bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap (2.05), and Colonel Mak 10/1 from 20/1 in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup (3.45).


William Hill has Colonel Mak at 11/1 from 16/1 and has moved Mac’s Power into 8/1 from 10/1. In the consolation race, the bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap, William Hill has reported support for Dubai Media (18/1 from 25/1) and Noverre To Go (16/1 from 22/1). In the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes (3.10), William Hill has Midday in from 7/4 to 13/8.


In the second race on the card, the Toyo Tires Summer Handicap (2.35), William Hill has brought Harlestone Times into 5/1 from 7/1 and Activate in a point from 8/1 to 7/1.


In the later races, Niceofyoutotellme (4.20) has come into 4/1 from 6/1, Es Que Love (4.55) is into 9/1 from 10/1 and in the last race of the meeting, The Telegraph Apprentice Handicap (5.35), William Hill has brought Truism into 13/2 from 7/1 and Moynahan to 9/1 from 12/1.







2.05pm bluesquare.com STEWARDS’ SPRINT HANDICAP

Class 2, £30,000 Total Prize Fund. For 3yo+, which were declared to run, but which were eliminated at the 48-hour declaration stage from the 2011 Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, 6f. Weights: highest weight 9st 10lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after July 2, a winner 3lb; a winner of 2 races 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £18,675; 2nd: £5,592; 3rd: £2,796; 4th: £1,398; 5th: £699; 6th: £351


1)  SON OF THE CAT (USA) (Brian Gubby) Brian Gubby t5-9-09 Franny Norton [3] 18/1

2)  CONFESSIONAL (Terry & Margaret Holdcroft) Tim Easterby e/s4-9-10 Silvestre De Sousa [16] 14/1

3)  VALERY BORZOV (IRE) (D R Kilburn/John Nicholls Trading) Richard Fahey v7-9-03 Paul Hanagan [17] 20/1

4)  JOSEPH HENRY (Billy Hughes) David Nicholls 9-9-06 Michael O'Connell (3) [23] 20/1

5)  SAUCY BROWN (IRE) (David Nicholls) David Nicholls 5-9-00 Adrian Nicholls [7]

6)  RACY (The C H F Partnership) Kevin Ryan 4-9-08 Phillip Makin [22]

7)  KLYNCH (Douglas Renton) Ruth Carr b5-9-03 Tom Eaves [8]

8)  FIVE STAR JUNIOR (USA) (Moyns Park Stud) Linda Stubbs 5-9-08 Dane O'Neill [19]

9)  SEEK THE FAIR LAND (Chris Watkins & David Reynolds) Jim Boyle b5-8-07 Nathan Alison (5) [12]

10)  MAC GILLE EOIN (M.C.S.D. Racing Partnership) John Gallagher 7-9-05 Tom Queally [1]

11)  OLDJOESAID (Angie Bailey) Kevin Ryan 7-9-01 Chris Catlin [5]

12)  SECRET WITNESS (Paul Moulton) Ron Harris b5-9-10 Tom McLaughlin [4]

13)  DUBAI MEDIA (CAN) (Ahmad Al Shaikh) Ed Dunlop 4-9-09 Jamie Spencer [18]

14)  EVERYMANFORHIMSELF (IRE) (Mrs J Ryan) Kevin Ryan b7-9-06 Pat Cosgrave [15]

15)  NOVERRE TO GO (IRE) (Duddy, Duddy, Heeney, McBride) Tom Dascombe t5-9-07 Richard Kingscote [11]

16)  YER WOMAN (IRE) (Jim McArdle) Richard Hannon 4-9-02 Kieran O'Neill (3) [6]

17)  MYMUMSAYSIMTHEBEST (Mrs M J George) Gary Moore 6-9-07 Ryan Moore [2] 8/1 Fav

18)  NOVELLEN LAD (IRE) (Johnson & Broughton) Willie Musson 6-9-08 Kieren Fallon [21]



19)  THUNDERBALL (Paul Dixon & Brian Morton) David Nicholls b5-9-01 Leonna Mayor (7) [26]

20)  BABY STRANGE (Market Avenue Racing Club Ltd) Derek Shaw 7-9-07 Robbie Fitzpatrick [24]

21)  GOLDEN DESERT (IRE) (S Parker) Robert Mills 7-9-10 Jim Crowley [25]

22)  KINGSGATE CHOICE (IRE) (John Mayne) John Best b4-9-01 Steve Drowne [10]

23)  WE HAVE A DREAM (The Dreaming Squires) William Muir 6-9-06 Martin Dwyer [14]

24)  QUASI CONGAREE (GER) (M Forbes & C R Lamborne) Ian Wood t5-8-07 Graham Gibbons [20]

25)  COURAGEOUS (IRE) (Dab Hand Racing) Kevin Ryan 5-9-07 Jimmy Fortune [13]


25 ran Non-Runner: Free For All (Vet’s Certificate, Lame)

Time: 1m 10.32s

Distances: 1¾, 1½, 1½, ½, 1, nk, ¾, ½, ½, ½, nose, nk, sh, 1¼, nk, sh, ½, sh, 2¼, ¾, 1½, 5, nk, 13  Breeder: Andover Stable LLC

Breeding: b g Tale Of The Cat (USA) - Dixieland Gal (Dixieland Band (USA))

Tote Win: £29.00 Places: £6.10; £4.70; £7.10; £4.70 Exacta: £926.60


Winning Trainer: Name Gubby, Brian Born: April 17, 1934 Based: Dukes Wood, Bracknell Road, Bagshot, Surrey Background: Former racing driver and car dealer Date of first trainer’s licence: 1978 First Goodwood winner: Belfort Ruler (May 23, 1990 - High Wood Graduation Stakes) Total Goodwood wins: 13 (4 at July Meeting) Wins 2002-2010: 2; -; 4; -; 1; 3; 3; 1; 1 Wins in 2011: 3


Winning jockey:-Name: Norton, Francis Born: July 28, 1970 Background: Grew up in Liverpool and only became interested in racing due to his height. Former national amateur boxing champion who turned down the chance to go to the Commonwealth Games and turn professional to continue riding. First Winner (in Britain): Easter Glory, Horserace Betting Levy Board Apprentice Handicap, Salisbury, May 3, 1989 Big Race Wins Include: Ebor Handicap (1991 Deposki), Cambridgeshire (1999 She’s Our Mare), Britannia Stakes (2000 El Gran Papa, 2001 Analyser), Northumberland Plate (2001 Archduke Ferdinand), Calsberg Stand Cup (2006 Foxhaven), Coral Sprint Trophy (2006 Rising Shadow), Firth Of Clyde Stakes (2006 Princess Iris), Badener Meile (2007 Banknote), Samsung £300,000 St Leger 2YO Stakes (2007 Dream Eater)Royal Ascot Wins (3): Britannia Stakes (June 22, 2000, El Gran Papa, June 21, 2001, Analyser), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2007 Binanti) First Royal Ascot Winner: Britannia Stakes (June 22, 2000, El Gran Papa) First Goodwood Winner: Peppiatt (Consolation Stewards’ Cup H’cap, September 12, 1998) Total Goodwood wins: 18 (10 at July Meeting)  Wins (1989-2010): 2; 6; 40; 35; 24; 11; 22; 17; 22; 40; 47; 77; 82; 39; 68; 62; 70; 82; 57; 58; 55; 58; Wins in 2011: 31





Class 2, £40,000 Total Prize Fund. For 3yo+ rated 86-105 (also open to horses rated 85 and below), 1m 6f. Weights: highest weight 4yo+ 10st; 3yo 9st; minimum weight 4yo+ 8st 9lb; 3yo 7st 12lb. Penalties: after July 23, each race won 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £24,900; 2nd: £7,456; 3rd: £3,728; 4th: £1,864; 5th: £932; 6th: £468

1)  PETARA BAY (IRE) (Bernie Ecclestone) Robert Mills 7-9-09 Jim Crowley [10] 12/1

2)  ICON DREAM (IRE) (Dr Marwan Koukash) David Simcock 4-9-01 Silvestre De Sousa [8] 8/1

3)  INVESTISSEMENT (Robin Geffen) John Gosden 5-9-05 Nicky Mackay [5] 14/1

4)  SIRVINO (Theo Williams & Charles Mocatta) David Barron 6-9-04 Graham Gibbons [12]

5)  MYSTERY STAR (IRE) (John Brenchley) Mark Tompkins 6-9-03 Paul Hanagan [13]

6)  HARLESTONE TIMES (IRE) (John Dunlop) John Dunlop 4-9-07 Ted Durcan [4] 5/1 Fav

7)  CLASSIC VINTAGE (USA) (Bob & Pauline Scott, A & J Powell, Gallagher Stud) Amanda Perrett 5-9-00 Tom Queally [1]

8)  SENTRY DUTY (FR) (Peter Spiller) Nicky Henderson 9-9-05 Kieran Fallon [9]

9)  WOOLFALL TREASURE (Andrew Bradmore) Gary Moore v6-9-04 George Baker [11]

10)  SABOTAGE (UAE) (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 5-9-11 Frankie Dettori [7]

11)  SHARAAYEEN (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Barry Hills 4-9-02 Richard Hills [2]

BROUGHT DOWN) ACTIVATE (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Tudor Minstrel) Michael Bell 4-9-02 Jamie Spencer [14]

FELL)  VERDANT (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Michael Stoute v4-9-11 Ryan Moore [3]

PU)  CAPTAIN JOHN NIXON (Paul Dean) Pat Eddery 4-9-03 Chris Catlin [6]


14 ran

Time: 3m 01.55s

Distances: nk, 1¾, ¾, 1, sh, 1¼, nk, 2¼, 2¼, 18

Breeder: Swettenham Stud

Breeding: b g Peintre Celbre (USA) - Magnificent Style (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA))

Tote Win: £16.60 Places: £4.20; £2.70; £4.70 Exacta: £128.60


Winning Trainer:-Name: Mills, Robert Based: Loretta Lodge, Epsom Background: Took over stable after death of father Terry in January, 2010. First Winner: Buxted, Golf & Racing Handicap, Lingfield, February 10, 2010 Total Goodwood Wins: 1 (1 at July Meeting) Wins (2010): 13; Wins in 2011: 8


Winning jockey:-Name: Crowley, Jim Born: July 14, 1978 Based: Pulborough, West Sussex. Formerly a conditional rider for Sue Smith. Enjoying a burgeoning career on the Flat after making his name over jumps. Appointed stable jockey to Ralph Beckett for the 2010 season. First Winner: Robbo (Southwell, August 15, 1997, Mars Amateur Riders’ Maiden Handicap) Big Race Wins: Fenwolf Stakes (2006 Hawridge Prince), Jockey Club Cup (2006 Hawridge Prince); totesport Lanzarote Hurdle (Crossbow Creek 2005), totesport Chester Cup (2008 Bulwark), Dubai Duty Free 25th Anniversary World Trophy (2008 Moorhouse Lad), Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes (2008 Lord Shanakill), Investec Woodcote Stakes (2009 Corporal Maddox), Coutts Glorious Stakes (2009 Illustrious Blue), Artemis Goodwood Cup (2010 Illustrious Blue), totesport.com Cambridgeshire (2010 Credit Swap) First Group One Win: Lord Shanakill, Etihad Airways Prix Jean Prat, Chantilly, July 5, 2009 Royal Ascot Wins (1): King’s Stand Stakes (2011 Prohibit) Total Goodwood Wins: 26 (6 at Festival Meeting) First Glorious Goodwood Winner: Coasting, Royal & SunAlliance Nursery, August 3, 2007 Number of Flat Wins (2004-2010): 1; 0; 36; 65; 92; 76; 120; 101; Wins in 2011: 45







Class 1, Group 1, £185,000 Total Prize Fund, part of the QIPCO British Champions Series. For 3yo+ fillies & mares, 1m 1f 192yds. Weights: 3yo 8st 10lb. 4yo+ 9st 6lb. Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 10lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £104,913.50; 2nd: £39,775; 3rd: £19,906; 4th: £9,916; 5th: £4,976.50; 6th: £2,497.50


1)  MIDDAY (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Henry Cecil 5-9-06 Tom Queally [6] 6/4 Fav

2)  SNOW FAIRY (IRE) (Anamoine Ltd) Ed Dunlop 4-9-06 Frankie Dettori [7] 5/2

3)  PRINCIPAL ROLE (USA) (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Henry Cecil 4-9-06 Richard Hughes [5] 12/1

4)  CRYSTAL CAPELLA (Sir Evelyn De Rothschild) Sir Michael Stoute 6-9-06 Jimmy Fortune [3] 4/1

5)  BAREFOOT LADY (IRE) (Helen Steel) Richard Fahey 3-8-10 Paul Hanagan [1] 10/1

6)  FIELD DAY (IRE) (Ballymacoll Stud) Brian Meehan t4-9-06 Kieran Fallon [2] 25/1


6 ran Non-Runners: Misty For Me (Going)

Time: 2m 07.72s Distances: 2, 1¼, nk, 1¾, ¾

Breeder: Juddmonte Farms Ltd Breeding: b m Oasis Dream - Midsummer (Kingmambo (USA))

Tote Win: £2.00 Places: £1.10; £1.90 Exacta: £4.10


Midday creates history by becoming the first three-time winner of the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes


Winning trainer:-Name: Cecil, Sir Henry Richard Amherst Born: January 11, 1943, Aberdeen Scotland Trains at Warren Place Stables, Newmarket, Suffolk Date of first licence:1969 First winner: Celestial Cloud (Ripon, May 17, 1969) Background: Assistant to stepfather, Sir Cecil Boyd-Rochfort. Knighted for services to racing in the 2011 Queen’s Birthday Honours. British Classic wins: (25) 1000 Guineas (1979 One In A Million, 1981 Fairy Footsteps, 1985 Oh So Sharp, 1996 Bosra Sham, 1997 Sleepytime, 1999 Wince), 2000 Guineas (1975 Bolkonski, 1976 Wollow, 2011 Frankel), Investec Derby (1985 Slip Anchor, 1987 Reference Point, 1993 Commander In Chief, 1999 Oath), Investec Oaks (1985 Oh So Sharp, 1988 Diminuendo, 1989 Snow Bride, 1996 Lady Carla, 1997 Reams Of Verse, 1999 Ramruma, 2000 Love Divine, 2007 Light Shift), Ladbrokes St Leger (1980 Light Cavalry, 1985 Oh So Sharp, 1987 Reference Point, 1989 Michelozzo) Other major wins include: Emirates Airline Champion Stakes (1988 Indian Skimmer, 1996 Bosra Sham, 2009 & 2010 Twice Over), Dubai Dewhurst Stakes (1975 Wollow, 1982 Diesis, 2010 Frankel), Ascot Gold Cup (1979 and 1980 Le Moss, 1981 and 1982 Ardross, 1987 Paean), Brigadier Gerard Stakes (2000 Shiva), Canadian International (1998 Royal Anthem), Coral-Eclipse (1969 Wolver Hollow, 1976 Wollow, 1978 Gunner B, 2010 Twice Over), Coronation Stakes (1975 Roussalka, 1979 One In A Million, 1982 Chalon, 1990 Chimes Of Freedom, 1994 Kissing Cousin), Falmouth Stakes (1982 Chalon, 1990 Chimes Of Freedom, 2011 Timepiece), Fillies’ Mile (1978 Formulate, 1984 Oh So Sharp, 1987 Diminuendo, 1988 Tessla, 1995 Bosra Sham, 1996 Reams Of Verse), Grand Prix de Paris (2000 Beat Hollow), Irish Oaks (1988 Diminuendo d.h., 1999 Ramruma, 1989 Alydaress), Irish Derby (1989 Old Vic, 1993 Commander In Chief), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1973 Cloonagh), Juddmonte International (1976 Wollow, 1999 Royal Anthem), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1987 Reference Point, 1990 Belmez, 1994 King’s Theatre), Middle Park Stakes (1981 Cajun, 1982 Diesis), Prix Royal-Oak (1981 Ardross, 1986 El Cuite), Prix du Jockey-Club (1989 Old Vic), Prix de Diane (1987 Indian Skimmer, 1990 Rafha), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1979 Kris), Racing Post Trophy (1969 Approval, 1975 Take Your Place, 1979 Hello Gorgeous, 1982 Dunbeath, 1984 Lanfranco, 1986 Reference Point, 1989 Be My Chief, 1990 Peter Davies, 1992 Armiger, 1993 King’s Theatre), QIPCO Sussex Stakes (1975 Bolkonski, 1976 Wollow, 1979 Kris, 1994 Distant View, 1997 Ali-Royal, 2011 Frankel), Tattersalls Gold Cup (1999 Shiva), Yorkshire Oaks (1979 Connaught Bridge, 1988 Diminuendo, 1998 Catchascatchcan, 1999 Ramruna, 2010 Midday), Nassau Stakes (1975 & 1976 Roussalka, 1979 Connaught Bridge, 1987 Nom De Plume, 1993 Lyphard’s Delta, 2009, 2010 & 2011 Midday) Royal Ascot wins: 73 First Royal Ascot winner: Queen Alexandra Stakes (1970 Parthenon). Major Royal Ascot winners: St James’s Palace Stakes (1975 Bolkonski, 1979 Kris, 1990 Shavian, 1998 Dr Fong, 2011 Frankel), Gold Cup (1979 & 1980 Le Moss, 1981 & 1982 Ardross, 1987 Paean), Coronation Stakes (1975 Roussalka, 1979 One In A Million, 1982 Chalon, 1990 Chimes Of Freedom, 1994 Kissing Cousin), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1977 Lucky Wednesday, 1978 Gunner B, 1992 Perpendicular, 1993 Placerville, 1997 Bosra Sham), Queen Anne Stakes (1981 Belmont Bay, 1982 Mr Fluorocarbon, 1983 Valiyar, 1984 Trojan Fen) Other details: Champion trainer 10 times (1976, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1993). Knighted in 2011 Queen’s Birthday Honours List First Goodwood winner: Rohays (Wills Embassy Maiden, August 30, 1969) Total Goodwood wins: 161 (69 at July Meeting) Horses in training (1969-2011): 41; 62; 80; 89; 76; 90; 84; 80; 113; 101; 115; 134; 139; 145; 154; 152; 162; 169; 181; 177; 172; 174 ; 163; 165; 164; 208; 176; 186; 188; 191; 169; 157; 122; 83; 73; 56; 55; 78; 108; 115; 140; Wins (1984-2010): 108: 132: 115: 180: 112: 117 : 111: 119: 109: 94: 76: 83: 113: 78: 100: 65: 62: 48: 30: 25: 21: 12; 25; 45; 50; 63; 62; Wins in 2011: 37


Winning jockey:-Name: Queally, Thomas Peter Born: October 8, 1984 Background: Son of Declan, who trains a small string in County Waterford. A former pony racing champion, who was champion apprentice in Ireland in 2000 with 28 wins - Devon trainer Tony Newcombe helped bring him to Britain while apprenticed in Ireland to Pat Flynn. First Winner: Larifaari (Nenagh Handicap, Clonmel, April 13, 2000 - on 4th racecourse ride) Classic Wins (1): QIPCO 2000 Guineas (2011 Frankel) Big Race Wins: Emirates Airline Champion Stakes (2009 & 2010 Twice Over), Dubai Dewhurst Stakes (2010 Frankel), Darley July Cup (2009 Fleeting Spirit), Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes (2009, 2010 & 2011 Midday), Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (2009 Midday), Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup (2010 Manifest), Coral-Eclipse (2010 Twice Over), Yorkshire Oaks (2010 Midday), Etihad Airways Falmouth Stakes (2011 Timepiece), QIPCO Sussex Stakes (2011 Frankel) Royal Ascot Wins (4): Windsor Castle Stakes (2004 Chateau Istana), Golden Jubilee Stakes (2009 Art Connoisseur), Sandringham Handicap (2010 Timepiece), St James’s Palace Stakes (2011 Frankel) First Goodwood Winner: Tromp, Kanagawa Stakes, April 30, 2005 Total Goodwood Wins: 23 (8 at Festival meeting) Wins (2003-2010): 1; 66 (Champion Apprentice), 44, 59; 88; 100; 109; 101 Wins In 2011: 54





Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £100,000 Total Prize Fund. For 3yo+, 6f. Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 10lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after July 2, a winner 6lb. Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 5lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £62,250 2nd: £18,640; 3rd: £9,320; 4th: £4,660; 5th: £2,330 6th: £1,170

1)  HOOF IT (Chubby Chandler & Lee Westwood) Mick Easterby 4-10-00 Kieren Fallon [18] 13/2 Jt Fav

2)  TAX FREE (IRE) (Ian Hewitson) David Nicholls 9-8-11 Martin Dwyer [13] 33/1

3)  MAC'S POWER (IRE) (Michael McDonnell) James Fanshawe t5-9-03 Pat Cosgrave [1] 13/2 jt Fav

4)  NASRI (Dab Hand Racing) David Nicholls 5-8-11 Michael O'Connell (3) [27] 20/1

5)  KANAF (IRE) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop 4-8-12 Richard Hills [20]

6)  PASTORAL PLAYER (The Pursuits Partnership) Hughie Morrison 4-9-06 Steve Drowne [24]

7)  SECRET ASSET (IRE) (Simon & Jeanette Pierpoint & Paul Salisbury) Jane Chapple-Hyam h6-9-01 George Baker [5]

8)  ANCIENT CROSS (Pete Bown, Backup Technology & Steve Hull) Mick Easterby t7-9-04 Graham Gibbons [23]

9)  ATLANTIC SPORT (USA) (Mohammed Jaber) Mick Channon 6-9-03 Hugh Bowman [9]

10)  TAJNEED (IRE) (Alex Nicholls & Finola Devaney) David Nicholls 8-9-05 Franny Norton [17]

11)  EDINBURGH KNIGHT (IRE) (Knights Racing) Paul D'Arcy 4-8-12 Jim Crowley [10]

12)  JIMMY STYLES (Gwyn Powell & Peter Ridgers) Clive Cox p7-9-10 Adam Kirby [12]

13)  QUEST FOR SUCCESS (IRE) (S & G Clayton) Richard Fahey 6-9-03 Lee Topliss (3) [11]

14)  GLOBAL CITY (IRE) (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor t5-8-11 Frankie Dettori [4]

15)  EVENS AND ODDS (IRE) (Dab Hand Racing) David Nicholls 7-8-12 Matthew Lawson (7) [14]

16)  VICTOIRE DE LYPHAR (IRE) (Middleham Park Racing XVIII) David Nicholls 4-9-04 Adrian Nicholls [15]

17)  DOCOFTHEBAY (IRE) (Paul Dixon) David Nicholls b7-9-00 Tom Queally [25]

18)  FATHSTA (IRE) (Dr Marwan Koukash) David Simcock 6-8-11 Silvestre De Sousa [7]

19)  MON CADEAUX (Mick & Janice Mariscotti) Andrew Balding 4-8-12 Liam Keniry [3]

20)  FITZ FLYER (IRE) (Ron Hull) Bryan Smart b5-8-12 Tom Eaves [16]

21)  CROWN CHOICE (Peter Harris) Walter Swinburn 6-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [6]

22)  COLONEL MAK (Norton Common Farm Racing, O’Kane, Murphy) David Barron 4-8-11 Jamie Spencer [21]

23)  BRAVE PROSPECTOR (Dr Marwan Koukash) Richard Fahey 6-9-03 Paul Hanagan [8]

24)  TIDDLIWINKS (Guy Reed) Kevin Ryan 5-9-09 Phillip Makin [26]

25)  LUI REI (ITY) (Rei Of Sunshine Partnership) Robert Cowell 5-8-11 Adam Beschizza (3) [22]

26)  CAPE TO RIO (IRE) (Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds I) Richard Hannon 3-8-11 Richard Hughes [19]

27)  HIGH STANDING (USA) (Tony Bloom) William Haggas 6-9-06 Chris Catlin [28]


27 ran Non-Runner: Dafeef (Going)

Time: 1m 09.91s Distances: 2½, hd, sh, 1, nose, ½, nose, nk, ½, hd, hd, ½, ½, nk, ½, nk, hd, 1¾, nk, ½, sh, ½, ¾, sh, nk, ½

Breeder: Bond Thoroughbred Corporation Breeding: b g Monsieur Bon (IRE) - Forever Bond (Danetime (IRE))

Tote Win: £6.30 Places: £2.50; £9.90; £2.10; £6.30 Exacta: £619.90

Winning trainer:- Name: Easterby, Mick Born: March 30, 1931 Trains at: Sherriff Hutton, North Yorkshire Background: Moved to Sherriff Hutton in 1955 with 12 horses and took out his first full licence in 1961.Learnt the ropes under his uncle, Walter, who trained point-to-pointers. His close neighbour and brother, Peter, was a leading trainer under both codes and his nephew, Tim, is a Group One winning trainer. Bought his 1,000 Guineas winner Mrs McArdy for 6,000 guineas in a job-lot of 10 horses and purchased champion sprinter Lochnager for only 600 guineas. Owns large tracts of farmland in Yorkshire. Classic Winners (1): 1000 Guineas (1977 Mrs McArdy) Other Big Race Wins: Triumph Hurdle (1976 Peterhof), Nunthorpe Stakes (1976 Lochnager), Darley July Cup (1976 Lochnager), Zetland Gold Cup (2004 Blue Spinnaker), Winter Derby (2007 Gentleman’s Deal), Blue Square Stewards’ Cup (2011 Hoof It) Royal Ascot Wins (1): King’s Stand Stakes (1976 Lochnager) First Goodwood Winner: Dutch Gold (Globtik Cup H’cap, August 25, 1973) Total Goodwood Wins: 6 (5 at July Meeting) Horses in training (1996-2010): 51; 64; 88; 83; 98; 124; 113; 99; 109; 112; 110; 105; 93; 62; Number of Winners (1996-2010): 30; 46; 33; 34; 29; 39; 25; 26; 32; 31; 46; 40; 27; 27; 37 Wins in 2011: 23


Winning jockey:-Name: Fallon, Kieren Francis Date Of Birth: February 22, 1965 Background: Became apprentice to Kevin Prendergast when 17, riding his first winner the following year. Moved to Britain when still an apprentice in 1988, working for Jimmy Fitzgerald and then Lynda Ramsden in 1993. Signed to ride for Henry Cecil in 1996, and became champion jockey for the first time in 1997 with 202 wins, also winning his first two classics. Joined Sir Michael Stoute in 2000 after acrimonious split with Cecil, but suffered a bad fall at Royal Ascot that nearly ended his career, and ruled him out of the rest of the season. Replaced Jamie Spencer as Ballydoyle stable jockey in 2005, although continued to ride for Stoute when allowed. Charged with race-fixing by City of London Police in 2006, and banned from riding in Britain pending trial. Also failed drugs test in France, resulting in worldwide six month ban in the same year. Returned to action in June 2007, although gave up riding in October 2007 to concentrate impending court case. Cleared of attempting to defraud Betfair customers when trial collapsed in December 2007, only to be found guilty of failing a drugs test in France in August 2007. Started riding out for Sir Michael Stoute after being given an 18 month ban and launched his own website. Returned to race riding on September 4, 2009, coming second on his first ride back (Rare Malt, Withyham Median Auction Maiden Stakes, Lingfield Park) First winner: Piccadily Lord (Navan, June 18, 1984) First win after return to riding: Our Kes, William Hill 0800 444040 - Get £25 Free Bet Handicap, Wolverhampton, September 5, 2009 First Group One win after return to riding: Gitano Hernando, Goodwood Stakes (Santa Anita), October 10, 2009 British Classic wins (15):  2000 Guineas (2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan, 2005 Footstepsinthesand, 2006 George Washington), 1000 Guineas (1997 Sleepytime, 1999 Wince, 2003 Russian Rhythm, 2005 Virginia Waters), Vodafone Oaks (1997 Reams Of Verse, 1999 Ramruma, 2004 Ouija Board, 2006 Alexandrova), Vodafone Derby (1999 Oath, 2003 Kris Kin, 2004 North Light) Irish Classic Wins (6): Irish Derby (2005 Hurricane Run, 2006 Dylan Thomas), Irish Oaks (1999 Ramruma, 2004 Ouija, 2006 Alexandrova), Irish St Leger (2007 Yeats) French Classic Wins (1): Poule d’Essai des Poulains (2006 Aussie Rules) Other Big Race Wins Include: Cheveley Park Stakes (1997 Embassy), Coronation Cup (2000 Daliapour, 2002 Boreal, 2005 Yeats), Coral-Eclipse (2001 Medicean, 2005 Oratorio), Fillies’ Mile (2003 Red Bloom), King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2002 Golan), Lockinge Stakes (2001 Medicean, 2004 Russian Rhythm, 2006 Peeress), Nassau Stakes (2002 Islington, 2003 Russian Rhythm, 2004 Favourable Terms), Racing Post Trophy (2004 Motivator), Sun Chariot Stakes (2001 Independence), Sussex Stakes (1997 Ali-Royal), Yorkshire Oaks (1998 Catchascatchcan, 2002 & 2003 Islington, 2004 Quiff), Irish Champion Stakes (2005 Oratorio, 2006 & 2007 Dylan Thomas), Matron Stakes (2003 Favourable Terms), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2005 Rumplestiltskin), National Stales (2005 George Washington), Phoenix Stakes (2004 Damson, 2005 George Washington, 2006 Holy Roman Emperor), Pretty Polly Stakes (2007 Peeping Fawn), Tattersalls Gold Cup (1999 Shiva, 2006 Hurricane Run), Grand Prix de Paris (2005 Scorpion), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (2004 Gamut, 2007 Mountain High), Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (2005 Hurricane Run, 2007 Dylan Thomas), Prix de la Foret (1998 Tomba), Prix d’Ispahan (2003 Falbrav), Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere (2002 Hold That Tiger, 2005 Horatio Nelson, 2006 Holy Roman Emperor), Prix Marcel Boussac (2005 Rumplestiltskin), Prix Morny (2002 Elusive City, 2007 Myboycharlie), Prix de l’Opera (2003 Zee Zee Top), Grosser Preis von Baden (1997 Borgia), Preis von Europa (2006 Youmzain), Hong Kong Vase (2005 Ouija Board), Oak’s d’Italia (2002 Guadalupe), Dubai Sheema Classic (1999 Fruits Of Love, 2000 Fantastic Light), Arlington Million (2005 Powerscourt), Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (2003 Islington, 2004 Ouija Board), Goodwood Stakes (2009 Gitano Hernando) Royal Ascot wins: 28 First Royal Ascot win: Royal Hunt Cup (June 19, 1996, Yeast) Major Royal Ascot wins: St James’s Palace Stakes (1998 Dr Fong), King Edward VII Stakes (1998 Royal Anthem, 2006 Papal Bull), Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (1997 Bosra Sham), Gold Cup (2003 Mr Dinos, 2006 Yeats), Coronation Stakes (2003 Russian Rhythm) , Coventry Stakes (2004 Iceman), Queen Anne Stakes (2006 Ad Valorem) First Goodwood winner: Aughfad (Grant Thornton Handicap, October 5, 1990) Goodwood wins: 92 (37 at July Meeting) Wins (1988-2010): 31, 28, 39, 29, 45, 60, 47, 91, 136, 202*, 204*, 202*, 149, 166*, 149*, 221*, 200, 70, 27,-, -, 50, 140, *champion jockey Wins in 2011: 76





 Class 2 £17,500 Total Prize Fund. For 2yo colts & geldings which are EBF eligible, 7f. Weights: 9st. Penalty Values: 1st: £11,320.75 2nd: £3,368; 3rd: £1,683.50; 4th: £841.75


1)  NAWWAAR (USA) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 2-9-00 Richard Hills [4] 7/2

2)  GRANDEUR (IRE) (Yvonne Jacques) Jeremy Noseda 2-9-00 Chris Catlin [13] 25/1

3)  OPERA BUFF (Jeff Smith) Sylvester Kirk 2-9-00 Liam Keniry [16] 50/1

4)  AMAZING STORM (IRE) (W P Drew) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [15]

5)  SPORTS SECTION (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 2-9-00 Frankie Dettori [7] 5/2 Fav

6)  BLANK CZECH (IRE) (George Materna) Amanda Perrett 2-9-00 Adam Kirby [5]

7)  EXPENSE CLAIM (IRE) (Another Bottle Racing 2) Andrew Balding 2-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [1]

8)  FOSTER'S ROAD (Dave & Gill Hedley) Mick Channon 2-9-00 Hugh Bowman [10]

9)  HYPERLINK (IRE) (Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 2-9-00 Silvestre De Sousa [6]

10)  EURYSTHEUS (IRE) (Sir Alex Ferguson, Ged Mason, S Hassiakos, Paul Nicholls) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Dane O'Neill [11]

11)  MICKDAAM (IRE) (Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum) Richard Fahey 2-9-00 Paul Hanagan [3]

12)  NICEOFYOUTOTELLME (R Roberts) Ralph Beckett 2-9-00 Jim Crowley [2]

13)  LE CAGNARD (John Pearce) Michael Bell 2-9-00 Martin Dwyer [8]

14)  SCARLET PRINCE (Nicola McGreavy) Gary Moore 2-9-01 (1lb ow) George Baker [14]

15)  TRUE PRINCE (USA) (Harwoods Racing Club) Amanda Perrett 2-9-00 Tom Queally [9]

16)  DADDY WARBUCKS (IRE) (Martin Love) David Nicholls 2-9-00 Adrian Nicholls [12]


16 ran

Time: 1m 27.43s Distances: hd, 2, 1½, hd, 1½, 1¼, hd, 1, 4½, 4, 5, 4½, 5, 1¼, 5   

Breeder: Shadwell Farm LLC Breeding: ch c Distorted Humor (USA) - Mostaqeleh (USA) (Rahy (USA))

Tote Win: £5.40 Places: £1.90; £6.50; £12.50 Exacta: £136.00

Winning trainer:-Name: Dunlop, John Leeper Date of birth: 10/7/39. Date of first licence:1966 Trains at Arundel, West Sussex First winner: Tamino, Palace House Stakes, Newmarket, April 27, 1966 Previous Occupation: Assistant to Neville Dent and Gordon Smyth. Classic wins: (10) 1000 Guineas (1980 Quick As Lightning, 1990 Salsabil, 1991 Shadayid), Investec Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1994 Erhaab), Investec Oaks (1984 Circus Plume, 1990 Salsabil), St Leger (1986 Moon Madness, 1997 Silver Patriarch, 2000 Millenary), Other Major wins: Coral-Eclipse (1973 Scottish Rifle), Dewhurst Stakes (1998 Mujahid), Falmouth Stakes (2002 Tashawak), Fillies’ Mile (1979 Quick As Lightning, 1994 Aqaarid), Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano (2000 Golden Snake), Irish St Leger (Mountain Lodge), Irish 2,000 Guineas (1970 Black Satin, 1983 Wassl), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1994 Mehtaaf), Irish Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1990 Salsabil), Italian Derby (1986 Tommy Way), July Cup (1983 Habibti, 1998 Elnadim), Lockinge Stakes (1984 d.h Wassl), Millenary), Nunthorpe Stakes (1983 Habibti), Preis von Europa (2000 Golden Snake), Princess of Wales’s Stakes (1968 Mount Athos, 1995 Beauchamp Hero, 2002 and 2003 Millenary), Prix du Cadran (2000 San Sebastian, 2002 Give Notice), Prix Marcel Boussac (1987 Ashayer, 1989 Salsabil, 1990 Shadayid), Prix Vermeille (1990 Salsabil, 1998 Leggera), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1977 Trusted, 1992 Lahib, 1995 Bahri), Racing Post Trophy (1995 Beauchamp King), Haydock Sprint Cup (1981 Runnett, 1983 Habibti, 1994 Lavinia Fontana, 2002 Invincible Spirit), Sussex Stakes (1980 Posse), Investec Coronation Cup (1980 Sea Chimes; 1998 Silver Patriarch), Yorkshire Oaks (1982 Awaasif, 1984 Circus Plume) Other details: Champion trainer 1995 Royal Ascot wins: 35 First Royal Ascot winner: Arthur (June 15, 1971 - Prince of Wales’s Stakes) Major Royal Ascot wins: Gold Cup (1974 Ragstone), St James’s Palace Stakes (1980 Posse, 1991 Marju, 1995 Bahri), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1971 Arthur), Queen Anne Stakes (1992 Lahib), Sandringham Handicap (2008 Festivale) First Goodwood winner: Storm Bird (New Ham Stakes, July 25, 1967) Total Goodwood winners: 200 (42 at July Meeting) Horses in training (1985-2011): 177; 200; 192; 194; 169; 148; 126; 131; 129; 131; 142; 157; 161; 153; 183; 187; 172; 198; 178; 162; 155; 139; 135; 129; 118; 106; 95; 86; Wins (1984-2010): 89; 62; 106; 61; 65; 65; 78; 58; 75; 93; 82; 124; 88; 98; 111; 123; 98; 107; 79; 86; 55; 70; 53; 57; 37; 50; 38; Wins in 2011: 27


Winning jockey:-Name: Hills, Richard John. Born: Newmarket, 22/1/63 Apprenticeship: With Tom Jones. First winner: Border Dawn (Doncaster 26/10/79) Classic wins: (6) 1000 Guineas (1995 Harayir, 2000 Lahan, 2009 Ghanaati), 2000 Guineas (2004 Haafhd), St Leger (1999 Mutafaweq), Vodafone Oaks (2005 Eswarah) Other Big Race Wins Include: Champion Stakes (2001 Nayef, 2004 Haafhd), Dewhurst (1998 Mujahid), Falmouth Stakes (2000 Alshakr, 2002 Tashawak), Juddmonte International (2002 Nayef), July Cup (1998 Elnadim), Middle Park Stakes (1997 Hayil, 2009 Awzaan), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1994 Maroof, 2001 Summoner), Canadian International (2001 Mutamam), Prix Morny (2009 Arcano), Prix du Moulin de Longchamp (2009 Aqlaam), Aral-Pokal (1995 Wind In Her Hair), Deutschland-Preis (2000 Mutafaweq), Preis der Diana (2002 Salve Regina), Gran Premio del Jockey Club (2003 Ekraar), Gran Premio di Milano (2003 Leadership), Dubai Duty Free (1999 Altibr), Dubai Sheema Classic (2002 Nayef), Dubai World Cup (1999 Almutawakel) Other details: Took over as number one jockey to Hamdan Al Maktoum on the retirement of Willie Carson. Royal Ascot wins: 24 First Royal Ascot win: Queen’s Vase (June 19, 1985 Wassl Merbayeh) Major Royal Ascot wins: Gold Cup (1990 Ashal); Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1987 Mtoto, 2003 Nayef), First Goodwood win: King Of Comedy (John Kent H’cap, September 14, 1985) Goodwood winners: 77 (19 at July Meeting) Wins (1988-2010): 52; 63; 56; 68; 52; 57; 59; 70; 71; 85; 83; 77; 81; 79; 81; 75; 66; 72; 54; 73; 66; 98; 57; Wins in 2011: 32










Class 2, £15,000 Total Prize Fund. For 2yo, 6f. Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 7lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after July 23, each race won 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £9,703.50; 2nd: £2,887.50; 3rd: £1,443; 4th: £721.50


1)  BAYLEYF (IRE) (Graham Jones & Partners) John Best 2-9-02 George Baker [11] 10/1

2)  ES QUE LOVE (IRE) (Crone Stud Farms Ltd) Mark Johnston 2-9-00 Silvestre De Sousa [7] 5/1 Fav

3)  SAFARI STORM (USA) (Nick Attenborough, Mrs L Mann, Mrs L Way) Brian Meehan t2-8-06 Martin Dwyer [5] 9/1

4)  AMIS REUNIS (Julie Wood) Richard Hannon 2-8-06 Adrian Nicholls [3]

5)  TELL DAD (Andrew Tinkler) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [9]

6)  TINA'S SPIRIT (IRE) (Con Harrington) Richard Hannon 2-8-01 Kieran O'Neill (3) [14]

7)  SIGNIFER (IRE) (Insignia Racing (Roundel)) Mick Channon 2-9-02 Hugh Bowman [2]

8)  AVON PEARL (Pearl Bloodstock Ltd) Henry Candy 2-8-08 Dane O'Neill [16]

9) INDEPUB (David Barker) Kevin Ryan 2-8-07 Paul Hanagan [8]

10)  AIRBORNE AGAIN (IRE) (Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds II) Richard Hannon 2-9-01 Jimmy Fortune [13]

11)  TRAVIS COUNTY (IRE) (D Gilbert, M Lawrence, A Bruce) Brian Ellison 2-8-06 Tom Eaves [6]

12)  APOSTLE (IRE) (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing - Jackson) Michael Bell 2-9-02 Frankie Dettori [15]


12 ran

Non-Runners: Bling King (Going); Pen Bal Crag (declared in error), Our Boy Jack (declared in error), Multiblessing (withdrawn at start - 33/1 at time of withdrawal, no deductions in winning bets)

Time: 1m 12.22s  Distances: 2, ½, 2, nk, 1¼, 1¾, nk, hd, 2¼, ½, ½  

Breeder: Marchwood Aggregates Breeding: b c Kheleyf (USA) - Hi Katriona (IRE) (Second Empire (IRE))

Tote Win: £12.30 Places: £3.80; £2.00; £3.10 Exacta: £75.70


Winning trainer:-Name: Best, John Born: January 11, 1962 Trains at: Scragged Oak Farm, Hucking, Maidstone, Kent Background: Began his career riding and training point-to-point and hunter chasers. Granted his first professional licence in 1997. Took out his Flat licence in 1999. First Winner (Jumps): Hever Golf Diamond, Super Sunday Selling Handicap Hurdle, Fakenham, May 18, 1997 First Winner (Flat): Santiburi Girl, BBC Wiltshire Sound Novice Median Auction Stakes, Salisbury, July 2, 1999 Big Race Wins: Lupe Stakes (2006 Rising Cross (dht Soft Centre)), Park Hill Stakes (2006 Rising Cross), Betdirect Spring Cup, (2006 Kingsgate Prince) Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes (2007 Kingsgate bNative), Lane's End Breeders' Futurity (2008 Square Eddie) First Classic runner: Rising Cross, 2nd in the 2006 Oaks First Royal Ascot Winner: Flashmans Papers (Windsor Castle Stakes, June 17, 2008) Royal Ascot Wins (2): Windsor Castle Stakes (2008 Flashmans Papers), Golden Jubilee Stakes (2008 Kingsgate Native) Horses in training (1998-2011): 9; 9; 19; 26; 23; 26; 39; 56; 43; 45; 53; 106; 67; 72; Wins in a Year (1999-2010): 1; 6; 6; 20; 16; 45; 29; 32; 35; 28; 30; 35; Total Goodwood wins: 9 (2 at July Meeting) Wins in 2011: 14


Winning jockey:- Baker, George Born: September 1, 1982 Background: Hails from Lambourn where his father, Peter, is a farrier. Joined Mark Usher from school in July 1999. Big Race Wins: Lupe Stakes (2006 Rising Cross); Sporting Index Stardom Stakes (2006 Caldra), Willmott Dixon Bengough Memorial Stakes (2009 Royal Rock), totesport.com Summer Mile (2010 Premio Loco), Tattersalls Timeform Million Sprint (2009 Society Rock) First winner: Beauchamp Magic, Wolverhampton, December 4, 1999 First Goodwood winner: Adobe (FOS Handicap, June 23, 2000) First Winner at Glorious Goodwood: Wake Up Maggie, Oak Tree Stakes, August 3, 2007 Goodwood winners: 28 (5 at Festival Meeting) Rode Out Claim: May 27, 2002, Dandy Regent, Swannington Claiming Stakes, Leicester Wins (1999-2010): 2; 55; 23; 23; 26; 40; 71; 70; 75; 115; 71; 102; Wins in 2011: 47





Class 3, £15,000 Total Prize Fund. For 4yo+ rated 71-90 (also open to such horses rated 70 and below). Weights: highest weight 9st 10lb; minimum weight 8st 5lb. Penalties: after July 23, each race won 6lb. Allowances: riders who, prior to July 27, 2011, have not ridden more than 50 winners under any rules of Racing 3lb; more than 25 such winners 5lb; more than 5 such winners 7lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £9,703.50; 2nd: £2,887.50; 3rd: £1,443; 4th: £721.50


1)  ALBAQAA (Racing To The Max) P J O'Gorman 6-9-08 Kieren O'Neill [16] 10/1

2)  NIGHT LILY (IRE) (K Snell) Paul D'Arcy 5-9-01 Patrick Hills [17] 14/1

3)  TRUISM (George Materna & John McInerney) Amanda Perrett 5-9-10 Adam Beschizza [8] 5/1

4)  MOYNAHAN (USA) (D S Lee) Paul Cole p6-9-00 Matthew Lawson (5) [5] 9/1

5)  GUEST BOOK (IRE) (Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 4-9-03 Daryl Byrne (5) [9] 9/2 Fav

6=)  DIESCENTRIC (USA) (Axom (XVIII)) Henry Cecil 4-9-00 Charles Eddery (5) [6]

6=)  SOUTH CAPE (Heart Of The South Racing) Gary Moore 8-9-01 Harry Bentley [12]

8)  AUDEMAR (IRE) (A M Pickering) Ed Vaughan 5-9-06 Matthew Davies [11]

9)  MY GACHO (IRE) (Grant Mercer) David Nicholls b9-8-12 Michael O'Connell [13]

10)  EDGEWATER (IRE) (One More Bid Partnership) John Akehurst 4-8-13 Kieren Fox [4]

11)  CHANGING THE GUAR D (I L Davies) Richard Fahey 5-9-01 Lee Topliss (3) [15]

12)  ETHICS GIRL (IRE) (The 1997 Partnership) John Berry t5-8-12 Hannah Nunn (7) [2]

13)  KATHLEEN FRANCES (Russell Trew Ltd) Mark Tompkins 4-9-04 Simon Pearce [14]

14)  OSGOOD (Billy Parish) Mick Channon 4-8-08 Charles Bishop (5) [10]

15)  CHAMPAGNE STYLE (USA) (EERC) Richard Guest p4-8-05 Ryan Powell (3) [18]

16)  FASTNET STORM (IRE) (The Kittywake Partnership) David Barron 5-9-07 Alan Creighton [1]


16 ran Non-Runner: Kavachi (Going), Hip Hip Hooray (Vet’s Certificate, Cut Leg)

Time: 1m 53.69s Distances: 2, nk, ¾, 1½, 3, dead heat, 1¾, 7, 1, ¾, 3¼, 2¼, 5, 3¼, 30

Breeder: Mr C Eddington & Partners Breeding: ch g Medicean - Basbousate Nadia (Wolfhound (USA))

Tote Win: £14.60 Places: £3.40; £2.90; £1.60; £2.40 Exacta: £258.40


Winning Trainer:-Name: O’Gorman, P J Born: September 13, 1978 Based: Seven Springs, Hamilton Road, Newmarket Background: Son of former Newmarket trainer Bill O’Gorman and sister of bloodstock agent Emma. Took out his own licence in 2007 First Winner: Asian Power, Celtic Contractors Nursery, Kempton, September 7, 2007 Wins(2007-2010): 1; 3; 4; 0 Total Goodwood Wins: 1 (1 at July Meeting) Wins in 2011: 2


Winning jockey:-Name: O’Neill, Kieran Based: c/o Richard Hannon, East Everleigh, Wiltshire Background: Graduate of the Racing Academy and Centre of Education in Kildare. Enjoyed stints with Declan Gillespie and Willie McCreery before teaming up with Curraghbased Paul Deegan. Moved to Britain in January, 2011, to ride for champion trainer Richard Hannon. Big Race Wins: Irish Lincolnshire (2010 Big Robert) First Winner in Britain: Countermarch, William Hill - The Home Of Betting Maiden, Wolverhampton, March 12, 2011 Total Goodwood Wins: 1 (1 at July Meeting) Wins in 2011: 29



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