Friday, August 3, 2001
BEST PRICES FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2001
Best Prices: Ladbrokes (L), William Hill (H) and Tote (T)
Vodafone Stewards' Cup, Goodwood, 6f, 3.50pm
NOW LOOK HERE 40 H
PALANZO 28 L, T
DEEP SPACE 25 T
VICIOUS DANCER 40 ALL FIRMS
CUBISM 25 T
GUINEA HUNTER 33 T
HO LENG 40 L
MITCHAM 50 H
CANDLERIGGS 20 H
CONTINENT 7 L
MARSAD 22 H
HONESTY FAIR 20 H, L
SMART PREDATOR 33 L
DANIELLE'S LAD 33 H
SEVEN NO TRUMPS 10 L
UNDETERRED 8 L
Y TO KMAN 50 ALL FIRMS
PERFECT PEACH 40 T, H
SMOKIN BEAU 25 T
BREVITY 9 T
JUWWI 33 L, H
LABRETT 40 ALL FIRMS
KATHOLOGY 28 H, T
HALMAHERA 14 L, H
CADEAUX CHER 33 ALL FIRMS
DIFFERENTIAL 50 L
BANDANNA 50 L, H
WHISTLER 50 H, L
PAYS D'AMOUR 33 H, T
BON AMI 33 T
Vodafone Nassau Stakes, Goodwood, 1m 2f, 3.20pm
CAYMAN SUNSET 25 ALL FIRMS
DANCEABOUT 9/2 T, L
DEAR DAUGHTER 8 H, L
LAILANI 11/8 T
SEQUOYAH 5 H
SNOWFLAKE 66 H
TIME AWAY 5 H
GOING NEWS AT 10.30AM
There has been no rain at Goodwood since 7pm yesterday evening and the ground for the fourth day of the Festival Meeting is
the same as it was at the end of racing yesterday.
“It may be a bit easier than that on the straight course and a touch faster on the round course, but overall the ground is good,” says Clerk of the Course and General Manager Rod Fabricius. “The penetrometer reading is 3.6; it was 2.7 before the rain came yesterday.
“We had 10 millimetres (just under half an inch) of rain yesterday afternoon, though the bulk of it came fairly late on and it did not really start to get into the ground until the time of the JPMorgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup”
Fabricius added that the temporary rail on the top bend was removed after racing yesterday, so that both temporary rails which were in situation at the start of the week have now been taken down,
However, there is a new termporary rail to steer the runners away from worn and poached ground on the bottom bend, which will be up for today and tomorrow.”
HIGH NUMBERS ALL THE RAGE
FOR VODAFONE STEWARDS’ CUP
Representatives of runners in Saturday’s Vodafone Stewards’ Cup were mainly looking for a high stall number at the public draw held at Goodwood at noon yesterday. Four of the last six winners came out of stalls 28 (twice), 29 and 30.
Vicious Dancer was the first horse drawn out by Clare Balding but as trainer Richard Whitaker did not have a representative, the three-year-old waited until the end to be given a berth and was handed stall 13.
He was followed out by Honesty Fair, for whom Jamie Osborne - representing trainer Jeremy Glover - picked stall 16 but of the following 11 horses, all but two chose positions above 20.
Ian Balding selected 30 for Halmahera, who finished second two years ago and ninth last year, and said: “Over the years high draws have been significantly better and I always think it’s good to be on a rail if you can be. We hope to have some pace and we should do with Smokin Beau in 29. Halmahera should have a good each-way chance as he has run very well here before.”
John Hills will be running Cubism with a first-time visor from 25 and the Lambourn trainer said: “He ran a good race last time and I think that, as he’s got a bit older, the visor will help him concentrate. He won the race on the stands side when he was third last year and he’s got to be in with a shout.”
Bryn Palling, who was represented by journalist Tim Richards, was delighted to get stall 21. “I’m very happy with that,” said Palling from his Welsh stable. “The horse is really well and it’s great to hear that it’s raining. If we get more rain between now and Saturday, we’d have a sporting chance of winning.”
Jon Akehurst is another trainer looking for a downpour for Marsad in stall 8. “We’re hoping for a bit of rain. Unfortunately we were drawn out a bit early (he was the sixth horse out) as I wanted to be around the pace. I might be right (going for a lower number) or the others might be right, we’ll find out on Saturday.”
Coral make stablemates Continent and Undettered the new 6/1 joint favourites in stalls 27 and 23 and their trainer Dandy Nicholls said: “They’ve got a good draw. We went high last year (when winning) with Tayseer and we’ve gone high again. With Smokin Beau up there, we’ll have a bit of pace and all we need now is some luck.”
Differential was the penultimate horse drawn, getting stall 17, and his trainer Bryan Smart said: “I’m as pleased as we can be with that, but would have liked to have been in the 20s. Brevity is also drawn in the middle and we were only a length and a half off him last time.”
Differential was a seemingly unlucky fourth at Ascot on Friday and Smart added: “To say we were slightly unlucky would be an understatement. It was the first time that he settled and he‘s a very good horse on his best form. I think that if he comes back to his best then we won’t be far away.”
Brevity’s trainer Milton Bradley, who also has Juwwi in the race, was not present so the duo were given stalls 12 and 14 respectively at the end of proceedings.
Paul Goode selected stall 7 for his mount, the Chris Fairhurst-trained Perfect Peach, and he said: “I’m very happy with that. Through the week they’ve all been coming from the stands side to the middle.
NICHOLLS PAIR SET TO START
VODAFONE STEWARDS’ CUP
Sprint handicap king Dandy Nicholls, who was successful in last year’s Vodafone Stewards’ Cup with Tayseer, looks set to provide the market leaders for tomorrow’s renewal.
Continent was 10/1 with Coral Eurobet for the handicap before yesterday’s draw but was cut to 6/1 after being given stall 27. “Continent would be the biggest loser in our book,” said the firm’s spokesman Simon Clare. “But his stablemate Undeterred is certainly not unfancied and I should think one of them will be favourite.”
Coral Eurobet have also seen money for Honesty Fair, who is 20/1 from 33/1 since the draw with some “shrewides” supporting Jeremy Glover’s charge, who has form on softer ground and is in stall 16.
The Tote have seen ante-post betting on three horses, almost to the exclusion of others. Public relations director Matt Chapman said: “We originally had Seven No Trumps at 12/1, he went out to 16/1 after his run at Newbury but has since been backed into 7/1.
“Undeterred was a best-priced 16/1 and has been backed at all rates down to 5/1 while the other horse to understandably attract support has been Brevity, who was around 12/1 but went to 8/1 after yesterday’s draw.”
Undeterred is Paddy Power’s 6/1 favourite, having been shortened from 12/1, at which price the firm took a £500 each-way bet. Continent and Brevity share second favouritism on 7/1, having respectively been available 16/1 and 14/1.
The Dublin firm’s spokesman, Tim Richards, added: “In the last couple of days we have seen money for Halmahera from 25/1 to 16/1 while Smokin Beau is into 16/1 from 20/1 today.” Paddy Power are offering one quarter the odds for the first five home.
William Hill have pushed Brevity out a point to 7/1 and their main mover since the draw has been Bon Ami, who has been cut to 25/1 from 33/1.
FIRST RACE QUOTES
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH DISCOVER RACING STAKES
VENTURE WINS OPENER
Jamie Spencer gave 16/1 chance Venturer an enterprising ride to take the Daily Telegraph Discover Racing Stakes by a length and a half from a seemingly unlucky Royal Millennium.
The winner’s trainer John Gosden said: “I said to Jamie beforehand that he was drawn on the inside but the horse didn’t have the class to go round them.
“So I told him that if he managed to get through, which he did, he would be called a genius and if not he could blame the trainer!”
Frankie Dettori is Venturer’s usual rider and Gosden added: “Frankie rode him in May but chose another one today (Raheibb) but that was withdrawn.”
Trainer Mick Channon described runner-up Royal Millennium as “an unlucky horse and he was certainly unlucky.
“There was no room when he first tried to get through on the rail, so he then switched outwards, but there was no room there again. When he came back inside the winner had gone and simply got first run on him. But that’s racing.”
FIRST RACE RESULT
2.15pm DAILY TELEGRAPH
DISCOVER RACING HANDICAP
Class C, £45,000 guaranteed, for 3yo rated 0-100. Minimum weight 7st 10lb. Penalties: after July 21, a winner 6lb. Penalty values: 1st: £29,250, 2nd: £9,000, 3rd: £4,500, 4th: £2,250
1) VENTURER (Sheikh Mohammed) John Gosden 3-9-01 Jamie Spencer  16/1
2) ROYAL MILLENNIUM (Jackie & George Smith) Mick Channon 3-9-00 Richard Quinn  11/2F
3) LUNAR LEO (Bruce Wyatt) Stuart Williams t3-8-13 Martin Dwyer  16/1
4) LAPWING (Catherine Corbett & Chris Wright) Barry Hills 3-9-01 Michael Hills  14/1
5) POLAR KINGDOM (Peter Goulandris & Lucayan Stud) Jeremy Noseda 3-8-12 Pat Eddery 
6) FOREVER TIMES (Times of Wigan & Peter Easterby) Tim Easterby 3-8-07 Paul Eddery 
7) PUTRA PEKAN (HRH Sultan Ahmed Shah) Michael Jarvis b3-9-07 Philip Robinson 
8) BANJO BAY (Mrs C P & Major Bill Paton-Smith) Bryan McMahon 3-8-13 Richard Hughes 
9) THE TRADER (Lady Bland) Michael Blanshard 3-9-02 Fergus Sweeney 
10) MACAROON (The Fitzovians) Michael Bell 3-8-05 Jamie Mackay (3) 
11) SPEEDY GEE (John Guest) Mick Channon 3-8-12 Steve Drowne 
12) INSPECTOR GENERAL (The Blenheim Partnership) Paul Cole 3-9-02 Jimmy Fortune 
13) KAI ONE (The Cayman ‘A’ Team) Richard Hannon 3-8-06 Dane O'Neill 
14) GIVE BACK CALAIS (Peter Melotti) Peter Makin 3-9-05 b1 Tony Clark 
15) MATOAKA (Cheveley Park Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-03 Kieren Fallon 
16) ASHLINN (R E Anderson, J M Connolly & W Thornton) Richard Hannon b3-8-09 John Reid 
17) GAME N GIFTED (Margaret’s Partnership) Brian Meehan 3-9-03 Brett Doyle 
18) FINAL PURSUIT (Jack Brown (Bookmaker)) Derek Haydn Jones 3-9-01 Darryll Holland 
19) ZIETUNZEEN (Chris & Antonia Deuters) Alan Berry 3-8-01 Frannie Norton 
19 ran, non-runner No 5 Raheibb (ground)
Distances: 1.5, 1.25, 0.75, sh, 1, 3.5, nk, 1.25, 0.5, hd, 0.75, 1, hd, 0.5, 3, 6, 1.5, 19 Time: 1m27.93s
Breeder: Flaxman Holdings Ltd Breeding: b c Gone West (USA) - Angel In My Heart (FR) (Rainbow Quest (USA))
Totes: Win: £19.60; Places: £3.90; £1.50; £4.10; £5.60 Exacta: £99.20
Winning Trainer:-Name: Gosden, John Harry Martin Born:Hove, 30/3/51 Classic Winners: (3) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (2000 Lahan), Vodafone Derby (1997 Benny The Dip), Pertemps St Leger (1996 Shantou), Wins in a season (1989-2001):28:87 :86:113:110:93:86:75:91:77:74:82 Other major wins include: Irish St Leger (1992 Mashaallah), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1994 & 1995 Muhtarram, 1997 Shantou), Irish Champion Stakes (1993 Muhtarram), Cheveley Park Stakes (1993 Prophecy), Challenge Stakes (1993 Catrail), Haydock Sprint Cup (1993 Wolfhound), Hungerford Stakes (1994 Pollen Count - dh with Young Ern), Geoffrey Freer Stakes (1995 Presenting), Prix de l’Abbaye (1991Keen Hunter), Grosser Preis Von Baden (1992 Mashaallah), Sun Chariot Stakes (1991 Ristna), Santa Anita Handicap (1983 Bates Motel), Gran Premio di Milano (1997 Shantou), Prix Lupin (1995 Flemensfirth), Prix Jean Prat (1995 Torrential), Prix de la Salamandre (1995 Lord Of Men), Prix Marcel Boussac (1996 Ryafan), Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes (2000 Observatory), Fillies’ Mile (2000 Crystal Music), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2000 Observatory), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2001 Clearing) Trains at Manton, Marlborough Wiltshire. Previously at Newmarket Wins this season: 35 First Goodwood winner: Thakib (Surplice Stakes, August 4, 1990) Total Goodwood wins: 74 (20 at July Meeting) First win of Glorious Goodwood 2001
Winning jockey:-Name: Spencer, Jamie P Major wins include: Irish 1,000 Guineas (1998 Tarascon), Scottish Classic (2000 Endless Hall), Hungerford Stakes (2000 Arkadian Hero), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2000 Sequoyah), Singapore Cup (2001 Endless Hall) Wins (1998-2000): 3,8,78 Wins this season: 65 First Goodwood win: Rizerie (Celer et Audax Maiden Fillies’ Stakes, June 30, 2000) Goodwood wins: 5 (2 at July Meeting) Other details: Also has ridden over hurdles Second winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
WINNING QUOTES RACE TWO
NO MORE HANDICAPS
Askham, marginally unlucky in running when beaten by Alphaeus at Newmarket last time, made no mistake in the mile and a quarter handicap, the melcollier.com Stakes, as he romped home three lengths clear of Masterful.
But his trainer Luca Cumani was not worried about the handicapper taking too exotic a view of the performance, as he forecast that “this will be the end of handicaps for him.
“I think he is now a Listed, maybe a Group Three horse,” he said. “He has not got any interesting entries at that level yet, apart from being in the Voltigeur but he is not going to go over a mile and a half, but I expect that we shall soon find some.
“I think he will be best over a mile and a mile and a quarter, and I would not be worried about dropping him back to a mile after this as he has so much speed.
“He was a bit keen going to post but Jamie (Spencer) has lovely hands and the horse settled very well. Jamie said that they did not go a great pace, and he was able gradually to get him closer. He could not wait to send him into the lead.”
Which Spencer, whom Cumani tipped as a champion jockey of the future, did fully three furlongs from home as Askham completed a 62¾-1 double for his jockey, who had won the first race on Venturer, and now is the leading rider at Glorious Goodwood with three winners.
The result also vindicated the judgement of the race’s sponsor Melvyn Collier, who tipped the winner in his pre-race BBC interview.
Cumani’s horses have been in good form of late, and the trainer feels that people have the wrong perception of the strength of his yard.
“Many people seem to think that I still have 100/150 horses in training and should be having winners almost every day,” he said. “But I have not anything like those numbers and am happy to keep going with two or three winners a week.”
SECOND RACE PLACED QUOTES
THE melcollier.com STAKES
MASTERFUL IS MASTERED
John Gosden, who took the opener with Venturer, had to settle for second best when Masterful, who won at Ascot on Sunday, failed to pull off a hat-trick in the melcollier.com Stakes finishing three lengths behind Askham.
“It was a solid run but the winner was impressive and did it well,” said Gosden. “He’s run back quickly and we’ll freshen him up for a couple of weeks now.”
David Elsworth feels that third-placed Indian Creek could improve further. “I’m very pleased with that. He’s a horse who is amazingly green - he’s had five runs now and is still learning - and he didn’t get the best of runs in the straight.
“There is a nice race in him, I put him in the Champion Stakes which might seem a bit stupid now but if you don’t buy a raffle ticket you can’t win.”
Elsworth added that yesterday’s JPMorgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup winner Persian Punch had come home “in great form.”
Today’s Tote Jackpot pool was £146,824 and after Venturer won the firstt race there was £1,835 remaining, which fell to £487 following Askham’s victory.
SECOND RACE RESULT
2.45pm melcollier.com STAKES
Class B, Showcase Handicap, £50,000 guaranteed, for 3yo rated 0-100. Minimum weight 7st 10lb. Penalties: after July 21, a winner 4lb, of a Class A to C race 7lb. Penalty values: 1st: £32,500, 2nd: £10,000, 3rd: £5,000, 4th: £2,500
1) ASKHAM (Michael Dawson) Luca Cumani 3-8-10 Jamie Spencer  11/4F
2) MASTERFUL (Sheikh Mohammed) John Gosden 3-9-05 Frankie Dettori  4/1
3) INDIAN CREEK (Seymour Cohn) David Elsworth 3-8-10 Dane O'Neill  11/1
4) BOURGAINVILLE (Exors of the late Robert Hitchins) Ian Balding 3-9-00 Michael Kinane 
5) MUTHAABER (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Gosden 3-8-09 Richard Hills 
6) BORDER COMET (The Queen) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-11 Kieren Fallon 
7) CANADA (Bill Gredley) Barry Hills 3-9-02 Michael Hills 
8) KING CAREW (John Carey) Mick Channon 3-9-00 Richard Quinn 
9) DOWN TO THE WOODS (Miller/Richards Partnership) Mark Johnston t3-9-07 Darryll Holland 
10) POLISH OFF (A L R Morton) Barry Hills 3-8-01 Frannie Norton 
11) SARATOV (David Abell) Mark Johnston 3-9-06 Kevin Darley 
Distances: 3, 1.25, 1.25, sh, 4, 5, nk, 0.75, 3, 7 Time: 2m06.54s
Breeder: Midhurst Farm Inc Breeding: b c El Gran Senor (USA) - Konvincha (USA) (Cormorant (USA))
Totes: Win: £4.10; Places: £1.50; £1.50; £2.80 Exacta: £8.70
Winning trainer:-Name: Cumani, Luca Matteo
Date of birth: 7/4/49; Date of first licence: 1976; Previous Occupation: Jockey in Italy, France and Britain with 84 winners, assistant to Sergio Cumani and Henry Cecil; Classic wins: (3) Vodafone Derby (1988 Kahyasi, 1998 High-Rise), Rothmans Royals St Leger (1984 Commanche Run) Other major wins include: Sussex Stakes (1991 Second Set), Breeders’ Cup Mile (1994 Barathea), St James’s Palace Stakes (1985 Bairn, 1987 Half a Year), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1990 Markofdistinction), Yorkshire Oaks (1993 & 1994 Only Royale), Irish 2,000 Guineas (1993 Barathea), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1990 Ensconse), Irish Derby (1988 Kahyasi), Italian Oaks (1998 Zomaradah), Juddmonte International Stakes (1998 One So Wonderful), Gran Premio di Milano (2000 Endless Hall), Scottish Classic (2000 Endless Hall), Hungerford Stakes (2000 Arkadian Hero). Wins in a season (1984-2000):50:60:67:83:73:88:
109:72:54:39:47:39:62:66:54:34:29 Horses in training (1985-2001):100:112:119:151:165 :187:150:132:121:96:103:124:139:152:135:100:83 First Goodwood winner: Kilroy Hawk (Sept 16, 1978) Total Goodwood wins: 67 (26 at July Meeting) Second winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
Winning jockey:-Name: Spencer, Jamie P Major wins include: Irish 1,000 Guineas (1998 Tarascon), Scottish Classic (2000 Endless Hall), Hungerford Stakes (2000 Arkadian Hero), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2000 Sequoyah), Singapore Cup (2001 Endless Hall) Wins (1998-2000): 3,8,78 Wins this season: 66 First Goodwood win: Rizerie (Celer et Audax Maiden Fillies’ Stakes, June 30, 2000) Goodwood wins: 6 (3 at July Meeting) Other details: Also has ridden over hurdles Third winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001 - leading rider at the meeting
THIRD RACE QUOTES
THE THEO FENNELL LENNOX STAKES (GROUP 3)
FATH TAKES THEO FENNELL
Fath, sporting the second colours of Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, prevailed by three quarters of a length from the owner’s first string, Munir, in the Group 3 Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes.
The winner’s trainer Marcus Tregoning said: “He liked this ground as a two-year-old and even if it had rained more I think he would have been OK.
“He ran over six furlongs with Godolphin and won over that trip as a two-year-old. We found him a bit keen in the spring and he went sprinting. He ran some very good races - getting beaten a short head a couple of times - but he’s more relaxed now.”
Asked if the four-year-old would stay in training next season, Tregoning replied: “I think we might have to now. He looks to have a bit more left.”
Reflecting on a week in which he has three seconds, including Sheppard’s Watch in yesterday’s Oak Tree Stakes, and two thirds, including Nayef in the Peugeot Gordon Stakes, Tregoning added: “We’ve been trying all week and at times it has been desperate so thank God for that!
“I’m very pleased with the way Nayef has taken his race but I haven’t talked to Sheikh Hamdan about where he will go next.
“Sheppard’s Watch is going to join Christophe Clement in America but I am waiting for the call to find out when. I think she’ll do very well there and will improve as a four-year-old. In the States she should get a mile and a quarter.”
Angus Gold, racing manager to Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, said of the runner-up Munir: “He is still immature and maybe that just cost him the race. He likes soft ground - it was certainly like that when he won the Greenham - and I would think that such conditions wouldn’t be a problem for him later on in the year.”
There was £46 left in the Tote Jackpot after the third race.
THIRD RACE RESULT
3.20pm THEO FENNELL LENNOX STAKES
Class A, Group Three, £50,000 guaranteed, for 3yo+ which have not won a Group One Pattern Race. Weights: 3yo colts & geldings 8st 8lb; fillies 8st 5lb; 4yo+ colts & geldings 9st, fillies 8st 11lb. Penalties: after 1999, a winner of a Group Three race 4lb, of a Group Two race 7lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties). Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 6lb. Penalty values: 1st: £30,000, 2nd: £11,500, 3rd: £5,750, 4th: £2,750
1) FATH (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Marcus Tregoning 4-9-00 Martin Dwyer  14/1
2) MUNIR (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Barry Hills 3-8-12 Richard Hills  7/2
3) MULL OF KINTYRE (Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor) Aidan O'Brien IRE 4-9-00 Michael Kinane  100/30F
4) VALENTINO (Anthony Oppenheimer) John Gosden t4-9-00 Jimmy Fortune 
5) REEL BUDDY (Speedlith Group) Richard Hannon 3-8-08 Richard Hughes 
6) KING'S IRONBRIDGE (Johnsey Estates (1990) Ltd) Brian Meehan 3-8-12 Brett Doyle 
7) WINNING VENTURE (Seiichi Wada & Dwayne Woods) Sean Woods t4-9-00 John Reid 
8) SURPRISE ENCOUNTER (Ahmed Ali) Ed Dunlop 5-9-00 Frankie Dettori 
9) CD EUROPE (Graeme Love) Mick Channon 3-8-08 Steve Drowne 
9 ran non-runner: No 10 Tamburlaine (ground)
Distances: 0.75, 0.5, nk, 1, 5, 0.75, 0.5, 0.5 Time: 1m 27.19s
Breeder: Shadwell Farm Inc Breeding: b c Danzig (USA) - Desirable (Lord Gayle (USA))
Totes: Win: £13.70; Places: £2.50; £1.90; £1.40 Exacta: £85.90
Winning trainer:-Name: Tregoning, Marcus Born: July 31, 1959 Based: Kingwood House Stables, Lambourn, Berkshire Riding Career: Point-to-Points Date of First Trainer’s Licence: 1997. Previously assistant-trainer to Major Dick Hern for 14 years. Winners Last Four Seasons: 0; 13; 26; 21 First Goodwood Winner: Maghaarb (Frizell Insurance Maiden Stakes, June 28, 1998) Goodwood wins: 14 (2 at July Meeting) Big Race Wins: Princess Elizabeth Stakes (2001 Sheppard’s Watch), Flutter.com Select Stakes (2000 Ekraar), Autumn Stakes (2000 Nayef), Champagne Lanson Vintage Stakes (1999 Ekraar) Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes (2001 Fath) Horses in Training 2001: 88 Wins this season: 23 First winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
Winning Jockey:- Name: Dwyer, Martin Date of Birth: 28/06/75 Big Race Wins: Princess Elizabeth Stakes (2001 Sheppard’s Watch) Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes (2001 Fath) Wins Last Season: 61First Goodwood winner: Ivory’s Dawn (Ambrose Harcourt’s Heart and Soul Handicap, June 13, 1997) Goodwood wins: 9 winners (2 at July Meeting) First winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
WINNING QUOTES RACE FOUR
LADY O MEMORIAL GLORIOUS RATED STAKES
Compton Bolter battled his way home in the mile and a half handicap, the Lady O Memorial Glorious Rated Stakes, and will be venturing much further afield soon as he tries for the Arlington Million, at Arlington Park near Chicago, USA. This will be Compton Bolter’s second run at the Illinois track, as he went for the Grade One Secretariat Stakes there last year and finished fifth.
He won in spite of fears that the rain yesterday might have made the ground softer than ideal. “A mile and a half is stretching him to his limit, and we were concerned that the softer ground might make it very difficult for him,” said his trainer Gerard Butler, who was full of praise for the way in which the winner was ridden by Kevin Darley.
“Kevin gave him a brilliant ride,” he said. “He was off the bridle for a long way, but at the junction everything snapped into place, though it took him his time to get past Maniatis. He was at one end of the handicap and we were at the other, so we were giving him a stone.”
Butler also paid tribute to Compton Bolter’s toughness. “He cost 17,000gns as a yearling and has never missed a day since. People have been saying that we run him too often, but he runs his race every time and is a very tough horse. He has been almost everywhere apart from Hong Kong, and we would like to get him there one day.”
The winner’s owner Erik Penser commented that the four-year-old “goes on everything, soft, or heavy or dirt,” and it was only the question of the horse staying the trip here which promoted the soft ground concern.
Paul Cole, the runner-up’s trainer said: “He’s run a good race and we knew he’d stay on - it’s a matter of whether something else would just get there.
Owner Athos Christodoulo, having his third second of the week, added: “He’s in the Ebor and I think would run there is it’s soft.”
JACKPOT STILL GOING -- JUST
There is £2.40 worth of Tote Jackpot tickets still standing after Compton Bolter’s success - down from £46 before it.
FOURTH RACE RESULT
3.50pm LADY O MEMORIAL GLORIOUS RATED HANDICAP
Class A, Listed Race, £50,000 guaranteed, for 4yo+ rated 0-110. Weights: highest weight 9st 7lb; minimum weight 8st 7lb. No penalties after publication of the weights. Penalty values: 1st: £29,000, 2nd: £11,000, 3rd: £5,500, 4th: £2,500, 5th: £1,250, 6th: £750
1) COMPTON BOLTER (Erik Penser) Gerard Butler 4-9-07 Kevin Darley  12/1
2) MANIATIS (Athos Christodoulou) Paul Cole 4-8-07 Jimmy Fortune  13/2
3) DELIUS (Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier) Sir Michael Stoute 4-9-04 Kieren Fallon  13/2
4) MOON SOLITAIRE (Maktoum Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop tv4-9-02 Michael Kinane 
5) BOGUS DREAMS (Dwayne Woods) Sean Woods 4-9-01 John Reid 
6) HANNIBAL LAD (John Pugh) Mark Brisbourne 5-8-07 Basil Marcus 
7) FLOSSY (Guy Reed) Chris Thornton 5-8-11 Darryll Holland  6/1JF
8) FATHER JUNINHO (Haleray Ltd) Alan Jarvis 4-8-07 Pat Eddery  6/1JF
9) JOHN HUNTER (Bill Gredley) Barry Hills 4-8-07 Michael Hills 
10) ZAFONIUM (Newgate Stud) Paul Cole b4-8-13 Richard Hughes 
11) MOSELLE (Gary & Lesley Middlebrook/Mr & Mrs Patrick Brain) William Haggas 4-8-11 Richard Quinn 
12) WINDSOR BOY (Newgate Stud) Paul Cole 4-9-00 Steve Drowne 
Distances: nk, 5, 1, 0.5, 1.25, 6, 0.75, 1.25, 7, 3, 3 Time: 2m 36.05s
Breeder: Rathasker Stud Breeding: b c Red Sunset - Milk And Honey (So Blessed)
Totes: Win: £15.30; Places: £4.00; £2.80; £2.30 Exacta: £153.40
Winning trainer:-Name: Butler, Gerard A Born: April 26, 1966 Horses in Training 2001: 82
Previous Experience: Worked for Wayne Lukas and John Dunlop Date of First Licence: January 7, 1998 Trains at: Churn Stables, Blewbury, Oxfordshire Wins (1998-2000): 5:22:28 Major Wins Include: Craven Stakes (1999 Compton Admiral), Coral Eurobet Eclipse Stakes (1999 Compton Admiral), Gordon Stakes (1999 Compton Ace), Dee Stakes (2001 Dr Greenfield) Total Goodwood winners: 4 (3 at July Meeting)
Winning jockey:-Name: Darley, Kevin Paul. Born: Tettenhall, Staffordshire, 5/8/60 Apprenticeship: 1976 with Reg Hollinshead. First winner: Dust Up (Haydock 5/8/77) First big win: Bovis Handicap (Van Laser - Ascot, October 8, 1977) Major wins include: Park Hill Stakes (1984 Borushka), Racing Post Trophy (1994 Celtic Swing), Prix du Jockey-Club (1995 Celtic Swing), Nunthorpe Stakes (1997 Coastal Bluff - dead-heat with Ya Malak), Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes (2000 Observatory), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (2000 Pipalong), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2000 Observatory) Wins Last Season: 155 (British Champion Jockey)First Goodwood winner: Alpine Skier (Vodata Nursery Stakes, July 31, 1993) Number of Goodwood Winners: 27 (14 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 91 Third winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001 - joint leading jockey
FIFTH RACE QUOTES
THE FINDON NURSERY
DEUTERS DOUBLE UP
Herefordshire-based owners Chris and Antonia Deuters, who won yesterday’s nursery with Rum Destiny, pulled off the two-year-old handicap double when Perle D’Azur, also trained by Alan Berry, scored by three quarters of a length from Happy Guest.
“We were a bit concerned that she was really a seven-furlong horse. We were also worried earlier in the week by the fast ground but she’s a lovely horse and so laid-back,” said Chris Deuters in the absence of Berry, who returned home last night.
“Frannie (Norton) has ridden six winners for us in the last six weeks. He gives everything he rides an opportunity and if they’re good enough they get there.”
The owners have had great success at Goodwood and Deuters added: “I had to do a job once and Rum Destiny was our first winner here that I had seen so it was special.”
The winner was bought for 15,000gns at Doncaster’s St Leger Yearling Sales last year and Mrs Deuters added: “She was picked out for us by David Redvers and she had got cast in her box and was a bit lame so we probably got a bargain.
“We always liked her, we had seen her at (her breeder Terry Holdcroft’s) Bearstone Stud, where we keep some of our mares and have probably had about 25 winners from there.”
JACKPOT CAN ONLY BE PART WON
After the fifth race there was just 20p remaining in the Tote Jackpot, placed in an independent betting shop, going on to the favourite Sweet Band in the final leg.
FIFTH RACE RESULT
4.25pm FINDON NURSERY
Class C, £15,000 added. For 2yo which, before July 22, have been placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in Great Britain. Minimum weight: 7st 10lb. Penalties: after July 21, a winner 7lb. Penalty values: 1st: £10,920, 2nd: £3,360, 3rd: £1,680, 4th: £840
1) PERLE D'AZUR (Chris & Antonio Deuters) Alan Berry 2-9-01 Frannie Norton  10/1
2) HAPPY GUEST (George Ward) Ted Stanners t2-8-08 Michael Roberts  12/1
3) MAGIC TRICK (Lee Jackson) Barry Hills 2-9-07 Michael Hills  5/1JF
4) SIGHTING (Anthony Pye-Jeary & Mel Smith) Fulke Johnson Houghton b2-8-06 Adrian Nicholls 
5) SHAHM (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Gosden t2-8-13 Richard Hills  5/1JF
6) IT'SAFACT (J G White & D Maloney) David Evans 2-7-07 Jamie Mackay (3) 
7) MY DANCER (Jubert Family) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Dane O'Neill 
8) ZINGING (Imperial Racing) Mick Channon 2-9-06 Steve Drowne 
9) WOODLARK (Exors of the late Robert Hitchins) Ian Balding t2-8-09 Martin Dwyer 
9 ran non-runner No 7 In The Green (Vet’s Certificate)
Distances: 0.75, 1.5, 3, nk, 1, 1.25, 1.5, 3.5 Time: 1m 14.37s
Breeder: Bearstone Stud Breeding: b f Mind Games - Pearls (Mon Tresor)
Totes: Win: £11.70; Places: £2.30; £2.60; £1.90 Exacta: £141.50
Winning trainer:-Name: Berry, Alan Trains at Moss Side Racing Stables, Crimbles Lane, Cockerham, Nr Lancaster. Took over as trainer in 2000 after having worked for a long time for his father, Jack Berry, who retired at end of 1999 season. First Winner: Bedfordshire Handicap (January 3, 2000 Garnock Valley (first runner ever)) Horses in training (2000-2001): 102:101 Number of wins in a season (2000): 73 First Goodwood Winner: Rum Destiny (Lavant Nursery, August 2, 2001) Goodwood wins: 2 (2 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 56 Second winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001 - joint leading trainer
Winning jockey:-Name: Norton, Francis Born: July 28, 1970 Big Race Wins Include: Ebor Handicap (1991 Deposki), Cambridgeshire (1999 She’s Our Mare), Britannia Stakes (2000 El Gran Papa, 2001 Analyser)Wins (1995-2000):23,17,22,40,47,77 Wins this season: 46 First Goodwood Winner: Peppiatt (Consolation Stewards’ Cup Handicap, September 12, 1998) Number of Goodwood Wins: 7 (3 at July Meeting; 2nd winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001) Wins This Season: 53 Third winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001 - joint leading jockey
WINNING QUOTES RACE SIX
EBF TRUNDLE MAIDEN STAKES
DREAMS FOR DUNLOP
Sweet Band readily fulfilled the promise of his debut at Newmarket last month when he readily justified 4/7 favouritism in the two-year-old maiden, beating Golden Spectrum by two and a half lengths.
“He ran very well first time out and that was very satisfactory,” said his trainer Ed Dunlop. “But he is still a tall, weak horse and he won’t be over-campaigned for the rest of this season - maybe just one more run in a conditions race, which will be a small stake rather than a big one. We did put him in all the big races, which we had to do after his good first run, but I am sure we shall stay small.
“He is from the same family as Fantastic Light and has a very good pedigree. We can start dreaming and if all goes well he could be a Derby horse.”
The winner was ridden by Michael Kinane but could have been partnered by Frankie Dettori, who ended up watching the race from the stands.
“I am due to be riding for David Loder at Newmarket tonight and so did not take any rides after the third race here, so that I had time to drive to Newmarket,” he said.
“But I had not gone very far when I learned that the M25 is closed, so I
have come back here and shall get a lift up to Newmarket in a helicopter.”
There was one 20p winning unit for the Tote Jackpot, belonging to a Tote Direct punter who placed his bet in an independent betting shop. He collects £20,849 for his 20p, so that there is a carry-over to Chester on Sunday of £117,459. The pool was £146,824.
SIXTH RACE RESULT
5.00pm EBF TRUNDLE MAIDEN
Class D, £10,000 added. For 2yo colts & geldings which are EBF eligible. Weights: 8st 11lb. Penalty values: 1st: £7,280, 2nd: £2,240, 3rd: £1,120, 4th: £560
1) SWEET BAND (Abdullah Ali) Ed Dunlop 2-8-11 Michael Kinane  4/7F
2) GOLDEN SPECTRUM (George Teo) Richard Hannon 2-8-11 Dane O'Neill  8/1
3) SNOW LEOPARD (Miss A Suthers (Susan Abbot Racing)) John Dunlop 2-8-11 Basil Marcus  12/1
4) RISKER (Ali Saeed) Mark Johnston 2-8-11 Kevin Darley 
5) NEXT FLIGHT (A L R Morton) Alan Jarvis 2-8-11 Fergus Sweeney 
6) STOLEN HAT (Jeff Smith) Richard Hannon 2-8-11 Pat Dobbs 
7) HOT PRODUXION (Michael Watt) Amanda Perrett 2-8-11 Richard Quinn 
8) DESERT AIR (Belinda Harvey) Paul Cole 2-8-11 Frannie Norton 
9) MAGIC LODGE (T S M Cunningham) Mick Channon 2-8-11 Steve Drowne 
10) HAWKLEY (Julian Smith) Nick Littmoden 2-8-11 Neil Pollard 
10 ran non-runner No 11 William George (Vet’s Certificate)
Distances: 2.5, 0.5, 1.75, 1.25, nk, 0.75, 1, 1.5, 8 Time: 1m 29.28s
Breeder: Robert N Clay
Breeding: b/br c Dixeland Band (USA) - Sweetheart (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA))
Totes: Win: £1.80; Places: £1.20; £1.90; £2.20 Exacta: £7.10
Winning trainer:-Name: Dunlop, Edward Alexander Leeper Date of birth:20/10/68.Date of first licence:October 1994, taking over from the late Alex Scott. First winner: Lynton Lad (Yarmouth 19/10/1994) Wins in a season (1994 (Part season only)-2000:1:17:22:27:35:67:53 Horses in training (1995-2001):69:63:84:108:105:131:128 Major wins include: French 1,000 Guineas (1996 Ta Rib), Irish Oaks (2001 Lailani), Topkapi Kosusu (1996 Cadeaux Tryst), Beeswing Stakes (1996 Iktamal), Ladbroke Bunbury Cup (1995 Cadeaux Tryst) Royal Ascot Winners: (2) Wokingham Handicap (1999 Deep Space); Royal Hunt Cup (2001 Surprise Encounter) First Royal Ascot Winner: Wokingham Handicap (June 18, 1999 Deep Space) First Goodwood winner: Marguerite Bay (Finnboard Maiden Stakes, May 24, 1995) Total Goodwood wins: 17 (3 at July Meeting) Wins this season: 46 First winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
Winning jockey:-Name: Kinane, Michael Joseph.Born: County Tipperary, Ireland, 22/6/59.Apprenticeship: With Liam Browne. First winner: Muscari (Leopardstown 19/3/75) Classic wins: (6) Vodafone Derby (1993 Commander In Chief, 2001 Galileo); Vodafone Oaks (2001 Imagine), Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1990 Tirol, 1997 Entrepreneur, 1998 King Of Kings) Other major wins include: Irish Derby (2001 Galileo), French 1,000 Guineas (2001 Rose Gypsy), Melbourne Cup (1993 Vintage Crop), Irish Oaks (1989 Alydaress, 1996 Dance Design), Prix de l'Abbaye (1985 Committed), St James's Palace (1992 Brief Truce, 1994 Grand Lodge, 2000 Giant’s Causeway), Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (1989 Carroll House, 1999 Montjeu), Eclipse (1993 Opera House, 1997 Pilsudski, 2000 Giant’s Causeway), Irish St Leger (1993, 1994 Vintage Crop), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1990 Belmez, 1994 King's Theatre, 2000 Montjeu, 2001 Galileo), Ascot Gold Cup (1996 Classic Cliche, 2000 Kayf Tara), Fillies’ Mile (1996 Reams Of Verse); Cheveley Park Stakes (1995 Blue Duster); Dewhurst Stakes (1994 Grand Lodge); July Cup (1999 Stravinsky); Nunthorpe (1999 Stravinsky); Derby Italiano (1992 In A Tiff, 1995 Luso); Hong Kong Invitational Bowl (1991 Additional Risk), Juddmonte International (2000 Giant’s Causeway), Dubai Champion Stakes (1997 Pilsudski), Racing Post Trophy (1997 Saratoga Springs), Japan Cup (1997 Pilsudski), Prix Morny (1998 Orpen, 1999 Fasliyev); Phoenix Stakes (1999 Fasliyev), Prix de la Salamandre (1999 Giant’s Causeway), Grand Criterium (1997 Second Empire, 1999 Ciro), Sussex Stakes (2000 Giant’s Causeway), Irish Champion Stakes (1989 Carroll House,1994 Cezanne, 1997 Pilsudski, 2000 Giant’s Causeway), Tattersalls Gold Cup (2000 Montjeu), Heinz 57 Phoenix Stakes (2000 Minardi), Acomb Stakes (2000 Hemingway), Prix Vermeille (2000 Volvoreta), Middle Park Stakes (2000 Minardi) First Goodwood winner: Allez Cyrano (Kinrara Handicap, July 28, 1994) Goodwood winners: 13 (9 at July Meeting) Third winner of 2001 Glorious Goodwood 2001 - joint leading jockey
SEVENTH RACE QUOTES
THE STEWARDS’ SPRINT STAKES
FLAK JACKET AGAIN
Flak Jacket justified 5/2 favouritism to take the Steward’s Sprint Stakes for a second successive year.
“This was always the plan,” said winning trainer David Nicholls. “And if he was sound he would be a proper horse. You can see by the scars on his knees the problems he has had. He has had to have his knees injected and we will probably operate on them in the winter.
“When Kieren (Fallon) rode him at Haydock he ducked in pain because of a knee and he has also had problems with his wind.”
Nicholls saddles the two market leaders in tomorrow’s Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, Continent and Undeterred, and he added: “After watching today, I’m a bit more confident because we went high, as we had always planned to do. I think the track kind of runs that way even though I managed to win on Soba from stall one. I think the ground is as near to perfect today as it can be.”
Seamus Buckley, assistant clerk of the course, said: “The day has gone very well and I was very pleased with the way in which the track took the racing after yesterday’s rain. The forecast suggests that there may be the odd passing shower tonight, but nothing more than that.”
The Tote on-course cash turnover of £587,970 represented a 3.3 per cent increase on last year’s figure of £568,996.
SEVENTH RACE RESULT
5.35pm STEWARDS’ SPRINT HANDICAP
Class B, £25,000 added, for 3yo+ which were declared to run, but were eliminted at the 48 hour declaration stage from the 2001 Vodafone Stewards Cup. Weights: highest weight 9st 10lb, minimum weight 7st 10lb. Penalties: after June 30, a winner of a Class C race 3lb, of 2 Class C races, or of a Class B race 5lb, of a combination of Class C or B races, or of a Class A race 7lb. Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 4lb. Penalty values: 1st: £17,485, 2nd: £5,380, 3rd: £2,690, 4th: £1,345
1) FLAK JACKET (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls b6-8-06 2lb ow Darryll Holland  5/2F
2) PERUVIAN CHIEF (M C S D Racing Ltd) Nick Littmoden 4-9-09 Neil Pollard 
3) REFERENDUM (M A Scaife) David Nicholls 7-7-09 Clare Roche (7) 
5) ALEGRIA (Jeff Smith) James Eustace 5-9-07 Jason Tate 
5) BOND BOY (R C Bond) Bryan Smart 4-8-07 Dane O'Neill 
6) SALVIATI (Milton Bradley) Milton Bradley 4-9-03 Kevin Darley 
7) SIR SANDROVITCH (W G Moore & G Winton) Richard Fahey t5-8-07 Paul Hanagan (3) 
8) TARANAKI (Eric Evers) Peter Cundell 3-9-01 Martin Dwyer 
9) ZUHAIR (The Gardening Partnership) David Nicholls 8-9-03 Alex Greaves 
10) COLD CLIMATE (The Cold Climate Partnership) Bob Jones 6-8-08 Carl Lowther 
11) AMERICAN COUSIN (Middleham Park Racing XIV) David Nicholls 6-8-11 Adrian Nicholls 
12) DOUBLE OSCAR (Trilby Racing) David Nicholls 8-8-03 Richard Mullen 
13) FRIAR TUCK (Cree Lodge Racing Club) Linda Perratt 6-9-05 Basil Marcus 
14) JAMES STARK (Paul Dixon) Nick Littmoden b4-9-07 Jamie Mackay (3) 
15) LOCH LAIRD (Miss E M L Coller) Michael Madgwick 6-8-05 Fergus Sweeney 
16) ATLANTIC VLKING (David Faulkner) David Nicholls 6-9-10 b1 Neil Callan 
17) SUSSEX LAD (Peter Crane) Amanda Perrett 3-8-12 Michael Kinane 
17 ran non-runner No 4 Glowing (Ground) & No 13 Pedro Jack (Ground)
Distances: 1.5, 1, nk, hd, 0.5, nk, nk, sh, 0.75, 0.75, nk, 1.75, 1.25, 1.5, nk, 1.75 Time: 1m 12.53s
Breeder: Mrs M Chaworth Musters Breeding: b g Magic Ring (IRE) - Broadway Rosie (Absalom)
Totes: Win: £4.10; Places: £1.50; £4.40; £6.30; £7.10 Exacta: £82.20
Winning trainer:- Name: Nicholls, David Date of birth: 30/4/56 Riding career: Professional - 421 winners Trains at Tall Trees Farm, Sessay, Thirsk, Yorkshire Horses in training (1996-2001): 37:45: 45: 46: 58:78 Wins in a season (1994-2000): 21: 26: 30: 44: 50:75: 73 Other details: Married to Alex Greaves: two children Major wins: Nunthorpe Stakes (1997 Ya Malak dh with Coastal Bluff), Ladbroke (Ayr) Silver Cup (1998 Royal Result), Ballyogan Stakes (1999 Proud Native), William Hill Golden Spurs Handicap (1999 Pepperdine), King George Stakes (1999 Rudi’s Pet) First Goodwood winner: Double Oscar (The Charlton Stakes - July 29, 1998) Total Goodwood wins: 17 (10 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 35 Second winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001 - joint leading trainer
Winning jockey:-Name: Holland, Darryll Paul. Date of birth: 14/6/72 Apprenticeship: With Barry Hills. First winner: Sinclair Boy (Warwick 7/5/90) Major wins include: Coral-Eclipse (1999 Compton Admiral), Yorkshire Oaks (1997 My Emma), Rockfel Stakes (1992 Yawl), Select Stakes (1992 Knifebox), Cheshire Oaks (1998 High And Low, 2001 Rockerlong), Goodwood Cup (1998 Double Trigger), Doncaster Cup (1998 Double Trigger), Gordon Richards Stakes (2001 Island House), Ormonde Stakes (2001 St Expedit) Wins(1990-2000):30,79,68,68,55,71,30,104,74,78 First Goodwood winner: Kasikca (Goodwood Aerodrome Stakes, May 21, 1991) Goodwood winners:34 (11 at July Meeting) Wins this season: 55 Second winner of Glorious Goodwood 2001
DAILY TELEGRAPH LEADING RIDER
AWARD AFTER FIRST FOUR DAYS
OF GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2001
Jockey/ 1st/ 2nd/ 3rd
Kevin Darley 3 / 1 / 2
Michael Kinane 3 / - / 2
Jamie Spencer 3 / 1 / -
Francis Norton 3 / - / -
Kieren Fallon 2 / 3 / 2
Richard Hills 2 / 3 / 1
Frankie Dettori 2 / 2 / 3
Darryll Holland 2 / 1 / 1
Richard Quinn 1 / 3 / -
Pat Eddery 1 / 2 / 1
Michael Hills 1 / 1 / 2
Martin Dwyer 1 / 1 / 2
Basil Marcus 1 / - / 1
Alex Greaves 1 / - / -
Dean McKeown 1 / - / -
Seb Sanders 1 / - / -
WIN £1 MILLION
Cantor Sport, sponsor of Thursday’s Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood and the sports spread betting division of Cantor Index, is offering a prize of £1 million to any one of 100 selected racing correspondents who can tip all 18 winners at the three evening meetings on August 24.
The company is sponsoring all three programmes that evening, and though they admit that it is unlikely that any expert is likely to name all 18 winners -- the odds are apparently seven times longer than those against winning the lottery -- there will be a prize of £10,000 to the writer who tips the most winners.
All this expertise will be largely in aid of charity, as in the event of someone finding all 18 and to the person who finds most winners, the cheque will be made payable to a charity of the winner’s choice,
There is, though, a prize for the personal pleasure of the winner, who will qualify for an all expenses paid weekend for two at Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons.
As well as sponsoring the Molecomb, Cantor Sport are also sponsoring the pre-Christmas meeting at Ascot on December 22 and 23, entire cards at Brighton, Salisbury and Newcastle on October 3 and are in negotiations for similar ventures at Newcastle and Hereford.
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