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Friday, July 31, 2003



Admittance to the Gordon and Public Enclosures will be available on the gate at Goodwood tomorrow.


Today’s attendance at Goodwood was 19,894, up 1,323 (+7%) on last year’s 18,571.


2002 2003 +/-
Tuesday 14,216 13,511 -705 -5%
Wednesday 18,195 19,342 +1,147 +6%
Thursday 19,788 20,725 +937 +5%
Friday 18,571 19,894 +1,323 +7%

3.40pm, Saturday, August 2, 2003, six furlongs
2002 BOND BOY 29 9 22 16 G (G/F patch)28 low
2001 GUINEA HUNTER 19 30 23 7 G (G/F patch 30 low
2000 TAYSEER 28 24 4 19 G (G/F patch)30 low
1999 HARMONIC WAY 8 10 28 6 Good to Firm 30 low
1998 SUPERIOR PREMIUM 28 25 29 23 Good 29 low
1997 DANETIME 5 23 30 2 Good to Firm 30 low
1996 COASTAL BLUFF 29 23 28 15 Good to Firm 30 low
1995 SHIKARI’S SON 30 26 10 4 Good to Firm 27 low
1994 FOR THE PRESENT 16 20 30 23 Firm 26 low
1993 KING'S SIGNET 21 6 13 28 G/S (S patch)29 low
1992 LOCHSONG 5 9 13 11 G (G/F patch)30 low
1991 NOTLEY 28 6 21 16 Good 29 low
1990 KNIGHT OF MERCY 18 14 20 25 Good to Firm 30 low
1989 VERY ADJACENT 20 18 11 14 Firm 22 high
1988 ROTHERFIELD GREYS 9 15 10 8 Good to Soft 28 low
1987 MADRACO 12 30 6 7 Good to Firm 30 low
1986 GREEN RUBY 22 10 12 11 Good 24 low
1985 AL TRUI 20 24 21 11 Good to Soft 28 low
1984 PETONG 11 2 7 21 Good to Firm 26 high
1983 AUTUMN SUNSET 10 3 23 7 Good to Firm 23 high
1982 SOBA 1 23 27 3 Good to Firm 30 high
1981 CREWS HILL 21 8 14 24 Good 30 high
1980 REPETITIOUS 29 4 17 6 Good 28 high
1979 STANDAAN 11 1 3 8 Good 16 high
1978 AHONOORA 15 19 16 6 Firm 23 high
1977 CALIBINA 18 22 17 24 Good 24
1976 JIMMY THE SINGER 5 4 7 10 Good 17
1975 IMPORT 8 14 11 18 Firm 21
1974 RED ALERT 16 20 18 2 Good 25
1973 ALPHADAMUS 20 23 1 21 Firm 27
1972 TOUCH PAPER 6 13 7 16 Good 22
1971 APOLLO NINE 19 23 24 6 Good to Soft 26
1970 JUKEBOX 1 2 23 24 Good 24
1969 ROYAL SMOKE 10 14 15 6 Good 15
1968 SKY DIVER 11 9 15 4 Good 18
1967 SKY DIVER 25 29 7 6 Good 31
1966 PATIENT CONSTABLE 8 2 1 6 Good 25

When the stalls are positioned "low", stall one is placed adjacent to the stands rail. When they are placed "high", the highest-numbered stall is placed directly next to the rail on the other side of the course. Because of the large number of runners in the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, the horses are spread across virtually the whole course.


Class B, Showcase Handicap, £100,000 Total Prize Fund, Goodwood, 3.40pm, Saturday, August 2, 2003, six furlongs. For three-year-olds & upwards. Minimum weight 7st 12lb. Highest weight not less than 9st 10lb Any horse rated above 110 (or 114 if such horse is a three-year-old) shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb. Subsequently, the excess over 110 (or 114 if such horse is a three-year-old) in any rating shall be added to the weight allotted without limitation to the highest weight carried. Penalties: after June 28, 2003, a winner of a Class C race 3lb; of two such races or a Class B race 5lb; of a combination of 3 Class C or B races, or of a Class A race, 7lb.

Form Horse Age/Wt Owner Trainer Jockey Draw
1) U-23111 FAYR JAG (IRE) 4-9-10 Jonathan Gill Tim Easterby Jimmy Fortune 22
2) 31-00100 FUNFAIR WANE 4-9-07 Jean Keegan & David Nicholls David Nicholls Alex Greaves 18
3) 6020-300 VANDERLIN 4-9-04v R & E H Investments Ltd Andrew Balding Liam Keniry(3) 4
4) 332-311 FIRE UP THE BAND 4-9-02 P Crane, A Barker & S Short David Nicholls Adrian Nicholls 29
5) 1122//33-5 ENDLESS SUMMER 5-9-02 Margaret's Partnership Kevin Ryan Kieren Fallon 19
6) 20-4005 COMPTON DRAGON (USA) 4-9-01cp Erik Penser Gerard Butler Martin Dwyer 30
7) 0041-(0)00 TOM TUN 8-9-00 Mrs O Tunstall James Given Ian Mongan 26
8) 2-4002002 ONLYTIME WILL TELL5-8-12 J Hair & D Faulkner David Nicholls - 16
9) 10010-36 BOND BOY 6-8-12 Reg Bond Bryan Smart Johnny Murtagh 9
10) 250032-0 TRACE CLIP 5-8-12 Goodey & Broughton T’ I’ Willie Musson Tom McLaughlin 23
11) 5-3200020 HALMAHERA (IRE) 8-8-11 J Duddy and Gillian Quinn Kevin Ryan Darryll Holland 11
12) 461-0344 BOND BECKS (IRE) 3-8-11 Reg Bond Bryan Smart Robert Winston 6
13) (0)111-151 PATAVELLIAN (IRE) 5-8-11(5lbx)bl John Deer Roger Charlton Steve Drowne 27
14) 040020 PRINCE CYRANO 4-8-09 Rita Brown & Partner Willie Musson Dane O’Neill 2
15) 3-10000 PIC UP STICKS 4-8-08 Alan Ball & W Harrison-Allan Mick Channon Sam Hitchcott (5) 15
16) 0036030 PIETER BRUEGHEL (USA) 4-8-08t David Faulkner David Nicholls Frankie Dettori 17
17) 62310505 LOYAL TYCOON (IRE) 5-8-07 Michael A J Hall & Mandy Hall David Nicholls Pat Dobbs 24
18) 10-0000 PLATEAU 4-8-06 Lucayan Stud David Nicholls Richard Hughes 5
19) 510-11 FRIZZANTE 4-8-06 Jan Hopper & Elizabeth Grundy James Fanshawe Oscar Urbina 3
20) 0040-00010 GOOD GIRL (IRE) 4-8-06(3lbx)e Peter C Bourke Tim Easterby Seb Sanders 25
21) 20-40000 ABBAJABBA 7-8-05 North Cheshire T’ & S’ Ltd Chris Fairhurst Pat Eddery 20
22) 00-0U10 BANJO BAY (IRE) 5-8-05 Mrs C P Lees-Jones James Given Michael Fenton 8
23) 2650000 IDLE POWER (IRE) 5-8-04cp The Idle B'S Jim Boyle Robert Miles (5) 21
24) 043006343 BUDELLI (IRE) 6-8-04 Mrs C Roper Mick Channon Chris Catlin 14
25) 34045156 SIMIANNA 4-8-04 The Monkey Partnership Alan Berry Frannie Norton 10
26) 0300010110 MY AMERICAN BEAUTY 5-8-04 (3lbx)e Valerie Gorvin Tim Easterby John Egan 13
27) 002600245 COLONEL COTTON (IRE) 4-8-03v Jeremy Gompertz Neville Callaghan Dominic Fox (5)28
28) (1)(5)(0)-20021 MATERIAL WITNESS (IRE) 6-8-03 (3lbx) M J Caddy William Muir Richard Mullen 1
29) 001(1)-(5)(6)04 STEEL BLUE 3-8-02 Country Lane Partnership Richard Whitaker George Duffield 7
30) (1)(6)0231 MUTAWAQED (IRE) 5-8-02t East Wind Racing Ltd Mikael Magnusson Eddie Ahern 12
e=eyeshield, cp=cheek pieces, t=tongue strap, v=visor, bl=blinkers

2002 Bond Boy 5-8-02 Chris Catlin Bryan Smart 14/1
2001 Guinea Hunter 5-9-00 Jamie Spencer Tim Easterby 33/1
2000 Tayseer 6-8-11 Richard Hughes David Nicholls 13/2
1999 Harmonic Way 4-8-06 Richard Hughes Roger Charlton 12/1
1998 Superior Premium 4-8-12 Robert Winston Richard Fahey 14/1
1997 Danetime 3-8-10 Pat Eddery Neville Callaghan 5/1F
1996 Coastal Bluff 4-8-05 Jimmy Fortune David Barron 10/1JF
1995 Shikari’s Son 8-8-13 Richard Hughes John White 40/1


High numbers were the order of the day at yesterday’s Vodafone Stewards’ Cup draw which was conducted by BBC presenter Clare Balding at Goodwood.

The first name out of the hat was the Neville Callaghan trained Colonel Cotton and his representative opted for stall 28. The Newmarket handler won this prestigious handicap in 1997 with Danetime from stall five.

David Nicholls, successful in 2000 with Tayseer from stall 28, has six representatives in this year’s renewal and he nominated stall 18 for Funfair Wane when the four year old came out of the hat second.

Nicholls’ next runner Fire Up The Band, joint 6/1 favourite with Paddy Power prior to the draw, was fifth in line and the Thirsk trainer went for stall 29. The rest of Nicholls’ contingent Onlytime Will Tell, Pieter Brueghel, Loyal Tycoon and Plateau will emerge from stalls 16, 17, 24 and five respectively. When asked to select the draw for Onlytime Will Tell Nicholls said under his breath, “The winner.”

After the draw Nicholls commented: “I like to have all my runners drawn together so I can easily watch them in the race! Funfair Wane and Fire Up The Band are good horses but they all have to be good to get into this race which is often won by a Group class horse.”

The Roger Charlton trained Patavellian, the other joint favourite with Paddy Power, was another one to come out early in third. Charlton’s representative, Mike Cattermole the Channel 4 & attheraces broadcaster, opted for stall 27.

After Onlytime Will Tell came out of the hat 17th, it was interesting to note that every high number from stalls 16 to 30 had been taken, indicating that connections clearly believe this year’s winner will be drawn high.

Gerard Butler’s Compton Dragon came out of the hat ninth and the trainer immediately opted for stall 30.

Explaining his decision, Butler said: “Historically high numbers have had the momentum. Compton Dragon is quite a character and the rail will be an advantage. At least he can’t get hit from the right!”

In contrast the William Muir trained Material Witness will come out of stall one after Claude Duval of the Sun, representing Muir, opted for the lowest berth when the six year old was 19th out of the hat.

“William Muir took the view that if all of the high numbers went, one would be the place to be,” said Duval. “Martin Dwyer said that if we didn’t get 30, it was best to get one. The Clerk of the Course is telling us that there is no draw bias and rather than get 14 or 16 in the middle, if it was available it was much better to get one.

“We are seeking to emulate Soba back in 1982 who came out of one. Mind you, that was one of her 11 wins that season.”


The 1,000 Guineas and Coronation Stakes heroine Russian Rhythm, who has been beaten only once in her six races, bids for her third Group One success this season when she takes on seven other high-class fillies in the Vodafone Nassau Stakes at Goodwood tomorrow.

The filly, who races in the red, white and blue colours of the Cheveley Park Stud and is trained by Sir Michael Stoute, took a long time to come to hand this spring and at one stage it seemed possible that she might not even make the line-up for the Guineas.

But make it she did, and demonstrated her well being in no mean style with a length and a half defeat of the unlucky French challenger Six Perfections, who went on to an equally unfortunate and very narrow defeat against Yesterday in the Irish 1,000.

Then Russian Rhythm moved on to Ascot for the Coronation Stakes, where another exemplary display saw her confirm 1,000 Guineas form with Soviet Song, who had been fourth to her at Newmarket, and win by a length and a half.

There had been a possibility that the filly would next take on her seniors and male rivals in the Sussex Stakes yesterday, but connections have opted for her to stay against her own sex as she moves up to a mile and a quarter for the first time. Her pedigree suggests that she should get the trip and obviously her team take that view.

Among those of her own age who are taking Russian Rhythm on is Godolphin’s Hi Dubai, winner of the RL Davison Pretty Polly Stakes before finishing second in the Prix St Alary at Longchamp and then seeming to fine a mile and a half too far for her in the Vodafone Oaks at Epsom. Dropping back to a mile and a quarter may suit her well.

Cassis, winner of the Musidora Stakes at York in May, was then a creditable though never really dangerous fifth in the Pirx de Diane and last time was eight and a half lengths behind Russian Rhythm when fourth to her at Ascot. That mile was probably too short for her and her stable is in decent form, but she has a lot of ground to make up.

The other three-year-old in the race is Geminiani, who probably did not get the trip in the Vodafone Oaks and is closely weighted with Cassis on Musidora form.

As well as Russian Rhythm, Sir Michael Stoute will also saddle Zee Zee Top, one of the four older fillies in the race. She won a Listed race at York in May and last time finished second behind Hanami in Group Two company at the Curragh.

Sir Michael’s former assistant James Fanshawe is running the progressive Macadamia, who followed her success in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot by taking the Group 11 Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket’s July meeting. She is a much improved filly and gets the ten furlongs well.

The French challenger Ana Marie, who is trained by Philippe Demercastel, has been showing good form this season, winning the Prix d’Harcourt at Longchamp and last time being a creditable fifth to the smart Ange Gabriel in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud.

Place Rouge was a compatriot of Ana Marie last year but is now with John Gosden. She made a sparkling debut in this country when she romped home in the Lancashire Oaks at Haydock earlier this month. This opposition looks tougher but there was no doubting the style of her five-length success.


For the first time since they became involved with sponsorship at Goodwood when they took over the Vodafone Nassau Stakes in 1985, Vodafone are suporting all seven races tomorrow, the final day of the Glorious Goodwood meeting of 2003

And they have been rewarded with a very exciting card, with good fields for every contest, headed by the Group One £200,000 Vodafone Nassau Stakes, which was previewed separately and in which the 1,000 Guineas and Coronation Stakes heroine Russian Rhythm is due to bid for her third win from three starts this year.

The day’s big handicap is the £100,000 Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (3.40), which Vodafone have sponsored since the great race was moved to Saturday from its traditional Tuesday slot ten years ago. One of Britain’s top betting races, it will once again be a furiously competitive affair with a maximum field of 30 runners and Fire Up The Band and Patavellian, whose respective trainers Dandy Nicholls and Roger Charlton know what it takes to win this prize, likely to head the betting market.

The day opens with the Listed Vodafone Fillies’ Stakes in which April Stock, who is in foal to Dr Fong and who was just touched off in the very first race of the meeting (Littlewoods Bet Direct Summer Handicap) on Tuesday, tries to go one better. Among her rivals will be Treble Heights, trained by John Gosden for star England footballer Michael Owen.

Another Listed race is the Vodafone Thoroughbred Stakes (2.30), in which Hurricane Alan, another to run well here on Tuesday, will try to improve on his fifth in the Group Two Lennox Stakes.

The final four races on the card, headed by the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, are hugely competitive handicaps, and 19 will contest the Vodafone Racegoers Club Handicap (4.15). Joint top weight Parisien Star has shown his liking for Goodwood more than once in the past and looks sure to make a bold bid to defy his big burden, while Sawwaah, who also has to hump 10st, is another who ran well here earlier in the week, finishing third in Tuesday’s Tatler Summer Season Handicap.

A field of 14 will go to post for the Vodafone Nursery (4.50) in which 11-times champion jockey Pat Eddery, who is to retire at the end of the season, will have his final Goodwood ride on Ticker Tape, and the 35th and last race of the meeting is the Vodafone Rated Stakes (5.25) in which 15 three-year-olds will rocket down the five-furlong course.



Tiber ended a frustrating run for himself and for his owners Highclere Thoroughbred Racing when he got punters off to a flying start for day four as he took the opening Theo Fennell Handicap.

He had been second in his last three starts and in four of his five starts this term, while his owners had not struck gold for more than a month, according to their managing director Harry Herbert.

“It has been frustrating,” Herbert agreed. “This fellow has kept running well and as a result he has gone up a lot in the handicap without managing a win, but at least if you run in races like this the prize money for being second pays a few bills.”

The winner’s trainer John Gosden said that Tiber has gone up 16lb during this run of seconds, but would not subscribe to the view put about in some quarters that he is not totally genuine.

“I know he hung to his left at Newmarket last time, and that he did so again here, but he had been in front a long time this afternoon and he had, after all, quickened up well.”

There was some question of possible interference caused by the winner, but Gosden dismissed it as of no consequence as the e who had been impeded was on the retreat at the time, and the stewards did not consider the matter worthy of investigation.

“You have to take the gaps when they come at Goodwood, and Jimmy (Fortune) did it well,” he said.

Plans now are for Tiber to move up sharply in grade from this handicap level and try for a Group Two heat at Deauville next time.



Tantina retained her unbeaten record when gaining her third victory in the space of less than a month when winning this afternoon’s Oak Tree Stakes by one and a half lengths from Gonfilia. She had earlier recorded successes at Haydock and Yarmouth.

Winning trainer Barry Hills has not handled the three year old Distant View filly for long. “She’s been backward and didn’t come to me from Ireland until just under three months ago.

“She ought to improve a bit as the autumn goes on and I think something like the Challenge Stakes or the Prix de la Foret might be the race.

“Seven furlongs is her ideal trip and I wouldn’t want to go a mile at the moment . She has a very high cruising speed and a lot of early pace so we’ll keep her at what she knows.

“I brought her along quietly and I ran her at Haydock and I didn’t really know that I had got her when she went and won very easily. Then I went and ran her on firmish ground at Yarmouth which she didn’t really like but she’s quite useful.”

Commenting on Geminiani, who runs in tomorrow’s Vodafone Nassau Stakes, Hills said: “I’m looking forward to her running a big race and a bit of rain would help.”

Winning jockey Richard Hughes said: “She is quite decent.”



Saeed bin Suroor was very happy with the display by Gonfilia, who was running for the first time since the 1,000 Guineas and beat all but Tantina in the Listed Oak Tree Stakes.

“That was a very good run,” he said. “The key to this filly is soft ground - I had hoped that there would have been a bit more rain. We gave her a break after Newmarket, partly because it has been hard to find suitable races for her, especially with the ground she wants.

“She was certainly keeping going at the end of the race and we shall keep her to distances around seven furlongs and a mile. I think this is the right grade for her.”

Owner Lady Carolyn Warren was equally happy with the display by her Tora Bora, who was up with the pace all the way and finished third at 20-1.

“She wasn’t given the credit she should have had for her win at Warwick last time and she has run really well, especially from her outside draw.

“The trouble is that it is very hard to find suitable races for fillies like her, but we would not be afraid of taking on our seniors and the colts in a race like the Hungerford.

“She did not go into training until quite late last year and I think there is still some improvement in her.”



Richard Fahey sent out his first winner from his new yard at Musley Bank near Malton, where he moved only on Monday from his base at Butterwick where he had built a burgeoning reputation over the years, when Lady Bear raced through the final furlong to win the £100,000 William Hill Mile by a length and a quarter from Faithful Warrior.

This was Fahey’s second big-race success at Glorious Goodwood as he won the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup with Superior Premium five years ago, and a first at the meeting for his stable jockey Paul Hanagan, whose status has risen hand in hand with the trainer’s.

Speaking from Thirsk, where he was looking after his runners there, Fahey said of Lady Bear: “She’s a grand and tough sort and this has been our plan for a long time. She has to have the right ground and we took her out of the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot because the ground was not right for her. It is great to have the first winner from the new yard and all the better in a race like this.”

Lady Bear belongs to Arthur and Kay Campbell, on whose behalf Fahey bought the filly as a yearling in Ireland. “I used to have a chaser called Miami Bear and I wanted to keep the ‘bear’ part in the name, so as she was a filly I called her Lady Bear,” said Campbell.

“It is unbelievable that we have provided Richard’s first winner from his new yard and I am chuffed to bits about that. I couldn’t have asked for anything better.

“Although she was rather slowly into her stride I wasn’t worried about that as being slow from the start has become something of a habit with her. I knew they would go the fast gallop which would suit her and Paul stuck to the rails from his inside draw and just waited for the gaps to open up for him in the straight.

“I don’t know about any plans after this. We missed out on the Cambridgeshire last year and really, as far as this season is concerned, this race has been the plan for a long time.”



Barry Hills just missed out on a second success in the William Hill Mile after Faithful Warrior found Lady Bear one and a quarter lengths too powerful in a tremendous finish. Hills was successful in the second running of this event courtesy of Strike Force in 1988.

The Lambourn trainer said: “He ran a great race and I’m very pleased. He had a good draw [17] and a good lead.”

It was pointed out to Hills by a member of the press that it may have been a Catch 22 situation as the five year old was carrying a 5lb penalty for a previous win at York, but he might have been ballotted out without the additional burden.

“You’re probably right but I’d sooner have a penalty than not. Just as long as they’ve won a race,” he replied

“He’ll probably go for the Bradford & Bingley race over a mile at York on the Thursday now. He never won a race last year when he wasn’t right but he’s back to his old self now.”

Ralph Beckett, trainer of third placed Nashaab, said: “He’s run the race of his life and I am delighted. Obviously the draw helped enormously but he prefers faster ground.

“I can’t knock the ride [by jockey Richard Mullen] or the race he’s run and as always he’s given his all.”



The competitiveness of the racing at Glorious Goodwood was highlighted by the fact that Sir Michael Stoute did not gain his first victory until the fourth race of the fourth day when Researched disposed of his rivals by two lengths in the rated handicap.

The trainer was not present but partner Coral Pritchard Gordon did reveal that the Newmarket handler would be in attendance tomorrow when Russian Rhythm runs in the Vodafone Nassau Stakes.

Pritchard Gordon said: “Kieran said he felt so good today from the moment that he went to post. The horse was really enjoying it and Kieran felt that he might have gone a bit too soon. But the further he went, the better he went.”

The winner received a quote of 10/1 from 20/1 from Victor Chandler for the Tote Ebor at York for which he receives a 7lb penalty bringing his weight to 9st 11lb.

The Danehill gelding was given an entry this morning for the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup. He is 20/1 for the last named event with Paddy Power.

Pritchard Gordon was unaware of any possible Australian adventure, commenting: “Obviously Australia is in Sir Michael’s mind at the moment but a lot can happen before then.

“It’s a shame that none of the Weinstock Family could be here to enjoy today’s win. We needed a bit of luck this week.”



“He has run a cracking race but he just has too much weight,” said David Loder after Razkalla had beaten all but Researched in the Glorious Rated Stakes.

“We are having a very frustrating time, that is my seventh second from our last ten runners, so it is not that they are running badly, it is just that they are not winning.

“The trouble is that horses like him are paying for their success earlier in the season and they have become too high in the handicap.

“I don’t think he will run in the Ebor. He has a lot of weight there (9st 10lb), and he would find it very hard in a race like that. I hope that I shall be able to have him as part of my team for next year.”

Darasim, running for the second time at the meeting and with a 3lb penalty for his success on Tuesday, was towards the back for a long way but finished with a real rattle to be third.

“There was a bit of Jekyll and Hyde about that,” said Mark Johnston, “but I am sure he would have been closer if he had seen daylight down the straight a bit earlier than he did.”



Kieren Fallon followed up his success on Researched when Blue Tomato took the nursery in convincing style to complete a 39.5-1 double for the champion jockey. Fallon is now the leading jockey for the Betdaq Trophy for leading rider at Glorious Goodwood, this being his fourth success while Darryll Holland has had three wins.

“He is an improving sort and enjoyed this ground much better than he did the firm going when he won at York,” said the winner’s trainer Paul Cole.

Blue Tomato is named, not after some exotic nightclub but, more prosaically, after a Florida-based computer company.

Richard Hannon, junior, whose father trains runner-up Matt Blanc and fourth home Signor Panettiere, said: “Matt Blanc ran very well, he’ll run well and go close in lots of nurseries, he is sound, reliable and tries hard, and win will nurseries all day long.

“Signor Panettiere has hard a time of it with a wind operation. He’ll stick to five-furlong nurseries on ground like this and possibly six furlongs when it is like a road. Marysienka is a nice filly, who will probably go back to maidens on firm ground. She didn’t really like this ground.”



“This is a nice horse,” were the words uttered by Richard Hannon after Psychiatrist had won the seven furlong EBF Trundle Maiden.

“I’d just sold his half brother for a $1 million so I thought that I could give £15,000 for this fellow. I sold him to the owner, Mr Tooth, after the sale.

“We should have made more use of him at Newmarket when he was beaten by Barry Hills’s Fokine. They didn’t really gallop or go fast enough for him there when I told Pat [Eddery] to hang on to him and let him roll.

“Today it was the other way around. We won’t run him a lot more this season as he’ll be a lovely horse next year. We entered him for the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot first time out.”

Richard Hannon Jnr agreed with his father’s opinion that this would be a horse for next season, saying: “One mile two furlongs will be his trip next year I would say.”

It has been a brilliant week for Hannon, having taken Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes with Reel Buddy.

The trainer continued: “All my horses have run fairly well. Reel Buddy is alright but was a bit sore the following morning. That’s him though. Everyone was saying that it wasn’t a good race and the others didn’t go in the ground and I told someone that the owners are so embarassed that they’re going to give the flipping money back!

“Reel Buddy is a very good horse who has had so much trouble in his life. He’s won one Group Three when he really shoud have won two or three more.

“He’s got a Group One penalty now and we would probably sell depending on getting the right offer.

“We should start looking at his stallion career now and I would think that he would stand in Ireland.”

Commenting on Dandy Nicholls’ 12 runners in the concluding handicap, Hannon said: “I told Dandy that he would need a tractor and trailer to take the saddles over.”



Dandy Nicholls’12-strong attack on the Stewards’ Sprint Handicap just failed when Zuhair and Sir Don were beaten a short head and half a length by 7-2 favourite Undeterred, a horse whom Nicholls used to train.

“Dandy had him until the end of last season when the horse was becoming so frustrating that he virtually gave up on him and suggested that the best option was to give him a change of scenery,” said the winner’s owner Peter Savill.

“It was Dandy who suggested that we send the horse to David Barron, and finally he has done what he has always had the ability to do. At one time he used to wear blinkers for every race and he still has a (Timeform) squiggle, but we have left the blinkers off for his last three runs and he has run much more enthusiastically.”

Undeterred had to give of his best here to fight his way through various gaps, though Savill said that he enjoyed that battle, and then to catch Sir Don and hold Zuhair by a whisker.

“He deserved that,” added Savill. “He has twice been third in the Stewards’ Cup and two years ago he was very unlucky when the winner came right across him and cost him his chance.”

Speaking of the effect of the draw, Savill said that if he had had the choice he would undoubtedly have taken a high number for this race, and the belief that racing on the far side is an advantage on the straight course in a big field as the first six home were drawn 14 or higher and the first of the low draw runners was Kingscross in seventh.

Richard Hughes gave up his ride on Noble Nick after hurting his back when the subsequently withdrawn Zonergem misbehaved in the stalls before the start of the William Hill Mile. He was replaced by Eddie Ahern and Noble Nick finished last.


The jockeys were almost unanimous that a high draw was an advantage ahead of tomorrow’s Vodafone Steward’s Cup after they had ridden in today’s concluding contest.

Dean Corby, from stall six, said: “The far side had an advantage and were favoured at the end of the race.”

Keith Dalgleish, from stall two, said: “The far side had an advantage because of the speed earlier and they were six lengths up on us at one stage.”

Chris Catlin, from stall 15, said: “For me the far side is favourite.”

Pat Dobbs, from stall seven, said: “I had no chance from where I was.”

Adrian Nicholls, from stall 14, said: “You’ve got to be far side.”

Jimmy Quinn, from stall one, said: “You’ve got to be high.”

Ryan Moore, from stall four, said: “You definitely want to be high.”

Martin Dwyer, from stall ten, said: “It was hard for me to tell as I was beaten at half way. What side did the winner come from anyway?”


This year’s £100,000 William Hill Mile looks to be one of the most competitive renewals since the inaugural running in 1987. Today’s event is sponsored for the sixth time by leading bookmaker William Hill, has attracted a maximum field of 22 runners.

Indeed the 18 other horses who wanted to run were eliminated yesterday.

The Sir Michael Stoute trained Adekshan has attracted significant antepost support with William Hill, being backed from 16/1 to 6/1. The Mark Of Esteem colt was the three and a half length sixth behind Patavellian on his last outing at Newmarket in July.

If Adekshan does find his way to the winner’s enclosure, he will be giving Stoute his third success in this prestigious heat. The Newmarket trainer was victorious with Safawan in 1989 and Lonesome Dude ten years later.

Another horse who has been well backed antepost with Hills is Lago D’Orta, trained by Clive Cox, who is now a 12/1 chance having been 33/1. The three year old is seeking a hattrick following wins which include a smooth success at Lingfield last month.

David Hood, public relations spokesman for William Hill, commented: “I have backed Lago D’Orta but I am afraid that he has a bad draw in number two.

“A high draw particularly over a mile here looks very advantageous. If I were having a bet today, I would be extremely interested if there were any market moves for Wannabe Around in stall 19.”

The other contestant to have come in for money antepost with the sponsor is the Terry Mills trained Norton, who is 10's from 16/1. He found Macadamia six and a half lengths too powerful in the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot.

Over the last 48 hours Unshakable, trained by Bob Jones, has been backed with Hills from 8/1 to 11/2. If Hood is correct, the four year old’s draw in nine looks none too promising but he looked unfortunate to go down by a head to Definite Guest when second to that rival at Newbury last month.

Today the sponsor has seen money for the Barry Hills trained Calcutta, who has been cut from 25/1 to 16/1. Hills was successful in the second running of this event courtesy of Strike Force in 1988.

The other horse to have been backed with William Hill today is Lady Bear, trained by Richard Fahey, who is 12/1 from 16/1. The Grand Lodge mare was sixth behind Putra Pekan on her last start at Sandown.

“The William Hill Mile looks a really competitive race,” added Hood. “The results at Glorious Goodwood have not gone our way with the punters having the best of the battle so far.

“However, we are relying on the results in the two big handicaps today and tomorrow, our race and the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, to level the book.”


It was only five years ago that David “Dandy” Nicholls gained his first winner at Goodwood when Double Oscar was successful in the Charlton Handicap on July 29, 1998. Since that memorable day the popular Thirsk trainer has recorded 21 victories here, 13 of which have come at the July Meeting.

Today Nicholls sends out a record 12 runners in one contest in the concluding Stewards’ Sprint Stakes, the consolation event for those horses which missed the cut for tomorrow’s Vodafone Stewards’ Cup. The previous record was held by Martin Pipe, who saddled ten runners in the 2001 Martell Grand National and a handicap hurdle at Taunton in January.

Nicholls’ dozen is headed by Flak Jacket, who is bidding for a hattrick in this competitive event. Last year the trainer gained a one, two, three courtesy of the eight year old and his two stable companions, Zuhair and Pax, who are both also among the ‘Dandy dozen’ today.

The previous year Nicholls saddled the first and third in this heat. Referendum was third but he is not competing today.

Nicholls’ is best known at Goodwood for his success in the 2000 renewal of the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup with Tayseer. The six year old received a brilliant ride from Richard Hughes on that occasion, winning by one and a half lengths.

This year Nicholls has six representatives in this great six furlong handicap. Funfair Wane was his first runner out of the hat at yesterday’s draw and the trainer opted for stall 18.

Fire Up The Band is seeking a hattrick and he will emerge from stall 29, while the handler’s other contestants are Onlytime Will Tell (stall 16), Pieter Brueghel (stall 17), Loyal Tycoon (stall 24) and Plateau (stall five).

Nicholls’ has also won the Group Three King George Stakes at Glorious Goodwood with Rudi’s Pet in 1999. Seb Sanders provided the five year old with an inspired ride to justify favouritism.

His biggest success as a jockey at Goodwood came on Soba, the 1982 winner of the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup.


Jockey 1sts 2nds 3rds
Kieren Fallon 4 2 1
Darryll Holland 3 3 -
Richard Hughes 3 1 1
Martin Dwyer 2 3 1
Eddie Ahern 2 2 -
Michael Hills 1 2 1
Joe Fanning 1 1 2
Richard Quinn 1 1 1
Seb Sanders 1 - 2
Keith Dalgleish 1 - 1
Paul Hanagan 1 - 1
Sam Hitchcott 1 - 1
Dane O’Neill 1 - 1
Pat Eddery 1 - -
Michael Fenton 1 - -
Jimmy Fortune 1 - -
Richard Hills 1 - -
Dean Mernagh 1 - -
Frannie Norton 1 - -
Steve Drowne - 3 1
Frankie Dettori - 2 4
Kevin Darley - 2 1
Mick Kinane - 2 -
Pat Dobbs - 1 1
Philip Robinson - 1 1
Jamie Spencer - 1 1
Chris Catlin - 1 -
John Egan - - 2
Paolo Aragoni - - 1
Richard Mullen - - 1
Adrian Nicholls - - 1
Hayley Turner - - 1

Kieren Fallon 1.7 (Best Matched 6.5)
Darryll Holland 5.5 (Best Matched 12.0)
Richard Hughes 6.0 (Best Matched 11.0)
Martin Dwyer 15.0
Eddie Ahern 15.0

21.0 Bar


Trainer 1sts 2nds 3rds
Mark Johnston 3 - 2
Barry Hills 2 3 2
Richard Hannon 2 2 3
David Elsworth 2 1 1
Gerard Butler 2 1 -
Marcus Tregoning 2 1 -
Mick Channon 1 3 1
Sir Michael Stoute 1 1 1
Andrew Balding 1 1 -
Paul Cole 1 - 2
Michael Bell 1 - 1
Richard Fahey 1 - 1
Brian Meehan 1 - 1
Sir Mark Prescott 1 - 1
David Barron 1 - -
Milton Bradley 1 - -
Tony Carroll 1 - -
Henry Cecil 1 - -
James Given 1 - -
John Gosden 1 - -
William Haggas 1 - -
Aidan O’Brien IRE - 3 1
David Nicholls - 1 2
Clive Brittain - 1 1
Roger Charlton - 1 1
Michael Jarvis - 1 1
Ed Dunlop - 1 -
Alan Jarvis - 1 -
Patrick Haslam - 1 -
Les Montague Hall - 1 -
David Loder - 1 -
Mick Quinn - 1 -
Andrew Reid - 1 -
Saeed bin Suroor - 1 -
Ralph Beckett - - 1
Paul D’Arcy - - 1
Gay Kelleway - - 1
Amanda Perrett - - 1
Luigi Ricardi ITY - - 1
Derek Shaw - - 1


Tuesday Horse Trainer Jockey
Littlewoods Bet Direct Summer Handicap Imperial Dancer Mick Channon Sam Hitchcott
Peugeot Gordon Stakes Phoenix Reach Andrew Balding Darryll Holland
Lennox Stakes Nayyir Gerard Butler Eddie Ahern
ladbrokes.com Prestige Stakes Darasim Mark Johnston Joe Fanning
Four Star Sales Richmond Stakes Carrizo Creek Brian Meehan Kieren Fallon
Tatler Summer Season Handicap Finished Article David Elsworth Dane O’Neill
Evening Standard Maiden Stakes Tahreeb Marcus Tregoning Martin Dwyer

Wednesday Horse Trainer Jockey
Marriott Hotels Goodwood Handicap Knavesmire Omen Mark Johnston Darryll Holland
Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes Lucky Story Mark Johnston Keith Dalgleish
Sussex Stakes Reel Buddy Richard Hannon Pat Eddery
Tote Gold Trophy Handicap No Refuge Sir Mark Prescott Seb Sanders
Weatherbys Bank Fillies’ Rated Stakes Hoh Buzzard Michael Bell Kieren Fallon
Findon Maiden Fillies’ Stakes Tarot Card Barry Hills Richard Hughes
Zuhair Handicap Cerulean Rose Tony Carroll Frannie Norton

Thursday Horse Trainer Jockey
Freephone Stanley Handicap Dame De Noche James Given Michael Fenton
Betfair Molecomb Stakes Majestic Missile William Haggas Michael Hills
Lady O Goodwood Cup Persian Punch David Elsworth Martin Dwyer
King George Stakes The Tatling Milton Bradley Darryll Holland
EBF New Ham Maiden Fillies’ Stakes Ithaca Henry Cecil Richard Quinn
De Boer EBF Classified Stakes Alkaadhem Marcus Tregoning Richard Hills
Future Hope Charity Rated Stakes Jagger Gerard Butler Eddie Ahern

Friday Horse Trainer Jockey
Theo Fennell Handicap Tiber John Gosden Jimmy Fortune
Oak Tree Stakes Tantina Barry Hills Richard Hughes
William Hill Mile Lady Bear Richard Fahey Paul Hanagan
Glorious Rated Stakes Researched Sir Michael Stoute Kieren Fallon
Turf Club Nursery Blue Tomato Paul Cole Kieren Fallon
EBF Trundle Maiden Stakes Psychiatrist Richard Hannon Richard Hughes
Stewards’ Sprint Handicap Undeterred David Barron Dean Mernagh


Jonathan Horowitz, an 18-year-old student from Irvine, California, will be providing the racecourse commentary for today’s Oak Tree Stakes.

Horowitz, who began calling in the States at the age of 14, has commentated plenty of tracks, including California’s Santa Anita, Turf Paradise in Arizona, Lone Star Park in Dallas, Los Alamitos in Los Angeles, Canterbury, Minnesota, Chicago’s Arlington Park, Miami’s Gulfstream Park and Fairgrounds in New Orleans.

His first British commentary came in this race two years ago and he also presided last year.

Horowitz said today: “I enjoy doing this commentary because British racing is so different. This is more of a challenge, especially with 13 runners as most American races have a 12-runner maximum.”

Channel 4 and racecourse commentator Simon Holt, met Horowitz at Goodwood four years ago and suggested that he should contact Rod Fabricius, Goodwood’s Clerk of the Course and General Manager.

Horowtiz, who starts at the University of Soutern California in the autumn, sent recordings of some of his racecalls to Fabricius, who was so impressed by what he heard that he arranged for the young American to commentate on the Oak Tree in 2001.

The Oak Tree Stakes marks the continuing link-up between Goodwood and Santa Anita’s Oak Tree Racing Association - see today’s racecard for more details.


Following a dry night -- there has been no rain at the course since 9pm on Tuesday -- the going for the fourth day of the meeting is


on all parts of the track.

“The forecast is that there may be the occasional shower this morning, but that things will improve through the afternoon,” said clerk of the course Seamus Buckley who is still, in his own words ‘recovering from the brilliant day’s racing we had yesterday’.

“We have now taken down all the rails on the lower bend, with that from the six-furlong marker to the home turn having been removed last night. The rail on the top bend will be taken down after racing this evening so that there will be fresh ground on that part of the course tomorrow for the Group 1 race, the Vodafone Nassau Stakes.”

The temporary rail on the far side of the straight from the home turn to the winning post was taken down on Wednesday evening after the first two days of racing.


After today’s first race, the following jockeys reported the ground as being:

Richard Hughes: “Sticky.”

Darryll Holland: “The easy side of good.”

John Egan: “Slow ground which is not too bad.”

Keith Dalgleish: “Good ground.”

Martin Dwyer: “The slow side of good.”

Chris Catlin: “On the dead side.”

Frannie Norton: “The slow side of good.”

Stephen Drowne: “The same as yesterday. A little dead and a bit on the slow side.”

Pat Dobbs: “Good ground.”

Kevin Darley: “Funny ground and just loose. It’s alright for a horse that bowls along but if you have got to niggle them along they might wheelspin a bit.”


Not surprisingly, the William Hill Mile (3.15) has collared a vast amount of business in the offices this morning, with many of the 22 runners attracting support. For all his weight of 9st 10lb Smirk, a stable companion of yesterday’s marvellous Lady O Goodwood Cup hero Persian Punch, has been very popular and has come in from 14-1 to 9-1 with Victor Chandler and the Tote and from 12-1 to 10-1 with Coral. Norton has come in from 12-1 to 10-1 with Chandlers and Ladbrokes, where he is the best-backed horse of the day, and outsider Mr Tango has been cut from 25-1 to 20-1 by Chandlers, from 33-1 to 16-1 by the Tote and from the same price to 20-1 by Ladbrokes. The Tote has also had money for Lady Bear from 16-1 to 10-1, and that mare has also been popular on Betdaq from 20.0 to 14.0. That exchange has also done business over Wannabe Around from 20.0 to 16.0

In the opening Theo Fennell Handicap (2.05). Ladbrokes have had money for Tiber from 8-1 to 6-1, Coral have cut Zabaglione from 11-1 to 7-1, Paddy Power have reduced Black Falcon from 16-1 to 14-1 and the Tote have slashed Tawny Way from 18-1 to 9-1.

Devant has proved popular in the Oak Tree Stakes (2.40) and has come in from 10-1 to 8-1 by Coral, while Powers have done business over Lochridge from 33-1 to 20-1.

Darasim, who bounced back to form here on Tuesday, has been backed to complete a double in the Glorious Rated Stakes (3.50), for which he is at 4-1 from 5-1 with Coral, and in the same race Foreign Affairs has come in from 8-1 to 13-2 with Powers.

In the Turf Club Nursery (4.25) Betdaq’s business has seen Venetian Pride trimmed from 6.0 to 5.0 and Toronto Heights from 12.0 to 10.0, and they report that in the EBF Trundle Maiden Stakes (5.00) Secretary General is all the rage from 7-4 to 6-4.

Dandy Nicholls has an amazing 12 runners in the closing Stewards’ Sprint Handicap (5.35) and one of the dozen, Nemo Fugat, has been in demand with Coral where he is now at 20-1 from 33-1, while Kingscross, one of the minority in the race not trained by Nicholls, has come in from 16-1 to 11-1 with Powers.

Class B, £50,000 Total Prize Fund, for 3yo Rated 0-110, 1m 1f 192yds. Minimum weight: 7st 12lb. Penalties, after July 19, a winner 4lb; of a Class A to C race 7lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £29,000; 2nd: £11,000; 3rd: £5,500; 4th: £2,500; 5th: £1,250; 6th: £750

1) TIBER (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing III) John Gosden t3-8-12 Jimmy Fortune [16] 7/2 Fav
2) FAMOUS GROUSE (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 3-8-09 Darryll Holland [12] 14/1
3) ZABAGLIONE (Ronnie Beevor) Roger Charlton 3-8-06 Steve Drowne [7] 10/1
4) MEZUZAH (Rebecca Phillips) Geoff Wragg 3-8-03 John Egan [3] 16/1
5) TELEMACHUS (The Travellers) James Given 3-8-05 Michael Fenton [14]
6) GRETA D'ARGENT (Daniel Couper) Mark Johnston 3-8-09 Joe Fanning [5]
7) GARMOUCHEH (Malih Albasti) Richard Hannon 3-8-06 Pat Dobbs [2]
8) IMPERSONATOR (The Earl Cadogan) John Dunlop 3-8-02 Frannie Norton [9]
9) BLACK FALCON (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 3-8-04 Kevin Darley [8]
10 FLIGHTY FELLOW (T H Bennett, Mrs Peter Easterby) Tim Easterby b3-8-01Martin Dwyer [10]
11) TAWNY WAY (Rams Racing Club) William Jarvis 3-7-12 Jimmy Quinn [17]
12) BRIAREUS (Miss E J Lambourne) Andrew Balding 3-7-12 Chris Catlin [6]
13) FOODBROKER FOUNDER (Food Brokers Ltd) David Elsworth 3-9-07 Dane O'Neill [13]
14) BARNEY MCALL (Mr & Mrs R Scott) Amanda Perrett p3-8-05 Pat Eddery [15]
15) NUIT SOMBRE (Margaret Pett) Mark Johnston 3-8-07 Keith Dalgleish [4]
16 GALA SUNDAY (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-9-02 Richard Hughes [1]
17) DUNASKIN (Mrs I Battla, Equiname Ltd) Don Eddy 3-8-02 Paul Hanagan [18]

17 ran Non-Runner: Camille Pissarro (Vet’s Certificate)
Time: 2m 07.49s
Distances: 1/2, 2, 1 1/4, 2 1/2, 1, hd, hd, 1 1/4, 1 3/4, hd, 1 1/4, 6, 1 3/4, 7, 2, 12
Breeder: Newlands House Stud Breeding: b c Titus Livius (FR) - Exciting (Mill Reef (USA))
Tote Win: £4.70 Places: £1.70; £2.50; £2.70; £6.00 Exacta: £64.80
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), St Leger (1996 Shantou), Wins in a season (1989-2002):28:87:86:113:110:93:86:75:91:77:74:82:55:85 Other major wins include: French 1,000 Guineas (1999 Valentine Waltz, 2002 Zenda), 2000 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), Prix Maurice de Gheest (2002 May Ball), Royal Lodge Stakes (1996 Benny The Dip, 2002 Al Jadeed), Middle Park Stakes (2002 Oasis Dream), July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) Trains at Manton, Marlborough Wiltshire. Previously at Newmarket Wins this season: 33 First Goodwood winner: Thakib (Surplice Stakes, August 4, 1990) Total Goodwood wins: 86 (22 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Fortune, James Joseph. Date of birth: 14/6/72 Apprenticeship: With Mike O'Neill. Big wins Include: Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (1994 For The Present,1996 Coastal Bluff), Ayr Gold Cup (1989 Joveworth, 1996 Coastal Bluff), Racing Post Trophy (1998 Commander Collins); Sun Chariot Stakes (1999 Lady In Waiting), Lincoln Handicap (2000 John Ferneley, 2001 Nimello), Royal Hunt Cup (2002 Norton), Middle Park Stakes (2002 Oasis Dream) Wins (1988-2002): 8,29,46,32,26,25,56,46,83,78,108,94,93,71,92 Wins this season: 33 Other details: Champion apprentice 1990; Stable jockey to Lynda Ramsden 1997; 1999 retained rider to Robert Sangster First Goodwood win: Fraam (Anne Frances Stevens Memorial Stakes, September 11, 1992) Goodwood winners: 35 (7 at July Meeting)

Class A, Listed Race, £32,000 Total Prize Fund, for 3yo+ fillies & mares which have not won a Group One Pattern race after September 1, 2002, 7f. Weights: 3yo 8st 6lb; 4yo+ 8st 12lb. Penalties, after September 1, 2002, a winner of a Listed race 3lb; of a Group Three race 6lb; of a Group Two race 9lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties). Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £18,560; 2nd: £7,040; 3rd: £3,520; 4th: £1,600; 5th: £800; 6th: £480

1) TANTINA (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-8-07 (1lb ow) Richard Hughes [8] 9/4 Fav
2) GONFILIA (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor t3-8-07 (1lb ow) Frankie Dettori [12] 5/1
3) TORA BORA (Lady Carolyn Warren) Paul D'Arcy 3-8-09 John Egan [1] 25/1
4) LONDONNETDOTCOM (Derek & Jean Clee) Mick Channon 3-8-06 Steve Drowne [6]
5) TYRANNY (Nicholas Cooper) John Dunlop 3-8-06 Pat Eddery [13]
6) LOCHRIDGE (Jeff Smith) Andrew Balding 4-8-12 Martin Dwyer [4]
7) SHEPPARD'S WATCH (The Socrates Partnership) Geoff Wragg 5-8-12 Darryll Holland [9]
8) DEVANT (The Devant Partnership) Michael Jarvis 3-8-06 Philip Robinson [10]
9) NASIJ (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop 3-8-09 Richard Hills [3]
10) CRYSTAL STAR (Sir Evelyn De Rothschild) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-06 Kieren Fallon [7]
11) PLAY THAT TUNE (J Shack, G Barnard) Henry Cecil 3-8-06 Willie Ryan [5]
12) PRESTO VENTO (Ian & Mrs D Wright, Major Tony Everett) Richard Hannon 3-8-09 Eddie Ahern [11]
13) RAG TOP (Fergus Jones) Richard Hannon 3-8-06 Dane O'Neill [2]

13 ran
Time: 1m 26.82s Distances: 1 1/2, 1 3/4, nk, sh, 1, 1 1/2, 1, 3, 3/4, 1 1/4, 1 1/2, 1 3/4
Breeder: Juddmonte Farms Inc Breeding: ch f Distant View (USA) - Didina (Nashwan (USA))
Tote Win: £3.20 Places: £1.70; £2.10; £3.70 Exacta: £17.90

Winning trainer:-Name: Hills, Barrington William Born: Worcester, 2/4/37;Date of first licence:1969;First winner: La Dolce Vita (Thirsk, April 18,1969) Previous Occupation: Served apprenticeship with Fred Rimell and George Colling, Head Lad with John Oxley for 10 years Classic wins: (3) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1978 Enstone Park), Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1979 Tap on Wood), Rothmans Royals St Leger (1994 Moonax), Other major wins: Irish 1000 Guineas (1993 Nicer, 1999 Hula Angel), Irish Derby (1987 Sir Harry Lewis), Irish Oaks (1974 Dibidale, 1994 Bolas), French St Leger (1994 Moonax), Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe (1973 Rheingold), Ascot Gold Cup (1984 & 1985 Gildoran), Champion Stakes (1983 Cormorant Wood, 2002 Storming Home), Nunthorpe Stakes (1988 HandsomeSailor), Flying Childers Stakes (1987 Gallic League, 1998 Sheer Viking), Champagne Stakes (1977 Sexton Blake, 1985 Sure Blade, 1998 Auction House), Dewhurst Stakes (1988 Scenic (DH), 1996 In Command, 1999 Distant Music), Greenham Stakes (2001 Munir), Chester Vase (2001 Mr Combustible), Classic Trial (2001 Chancellor), Challenge Stakes (2001 Munir), Royal Whip Stakes (2002 Chancellor), Prestige Stakes (2002 Geminiani) Wins in a season (1982-2002):55:58:58:68:55:96:93:73:113:99:63:39:44:74:84 :79:78:109:72:107:91 Horses in training (1983-2003):107,125,139,131,140,152,175,159,129,n/a,113,120,130,137 ,145,150,148,160,167,168 Trains at South Bank Stables, Lambourn Other details: Has trained four runners-up of the Derby: Rheingold (1972), Hawaian Sound (1978), Glacial Storm (1988) and Blue Stag (1990) Wins this season: 61 First Goodwood winner: Fred Babu (First Day Supplementary Plate, September 15, 1969) Total Goodwood wins: 77 (46 at July Meeting - 2nd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Winning jockey:-Name: Hughes, Richard David. Date of birth: 11/1/73 Apprenticeship: With father, Dessie Hughes, in Ireland. Wins in Britain (1994-2002):19,68,62,33,55,95,102, 90, 126 Major wins include: French 1,000 Guineas (2002 Zenda), French Oaks (2003 Nebraska Tornado), Derby Italiano (1996 Bahamian Knight), King's Stand Stakes (1995 Piccolo), Jersey Stakes (1995 Sergeyev, 1996 Lucayan Prince), Yorkshire Cup (1999 Churlish Charm); Duke Of York Stakes (1999 Sampower Star), Gran Premio d’Italia (1995 Posidonas), Cambridgeshire (1995 Cap Juluca), Stewards’ Cup (1995 Shikari’s Son, 1999 Harmonic Way, 2000 Tayseer), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2000 Cape Town, Jockey Club Cup (2000 Persian Punch), 2001 Clearing), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2001 King’s Ironbridge), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2000 Umistim, 2001 King’s Ironbridge), Lingfield Derby Trial (2001 Perfect Sunday), Prix D’Isphan (2001 Observatory), Celebration Mile (2002 Tillerman), July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) 1st Group One Success in Britain: July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) Other details: Retained jockey to Khalid Abdulla Wins This Season: 80 First Goodwood win: Luhuk (Caffreys Premium Ale Foundation Stakes, September 30, 1994) Goodwood winners: 47 (15 at July Meeting - 2nd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Class B, Showcase Handicap, £100,000 Total Prize Fund, for 3yo+, 1m. Highest weight not less than 9st 10b; minimum weight: 7st 12lb. Penalties, after July 5, a winner of a Class C race 3lb; of a Class B race 5lb; of a Class A race 7lb. Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 7lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £58,000; 2nd: £22,000; 3rd: £11,000; 4th: £5,000; 5th: £2,500; 6th: £1,500

1) LADY BEAR (J A & Kay Campbell) Richard Fahey v5-8-06 Paul Hanagan [22] 10/1
2) FAITHFUL WARRIOR (Mohammed Obaida) Barry Hills 5-8-02 Eddie Ahern [17] 25/1
3) NASHAAB (Mike Lawrence) Ralph Beckett 6-8-03 Richard Mullen [21] 14/1
4) WINNING VENTURE (A Bloom) David Nicholls 6-8-04 Adrian Nicholls [13] 33/1
5) MUCHEA (Mick Channon) Mick Channon 9-8-04 Dean Corby (3) [16]
6) TAKES TUTU (Chris, Basil & Rosie Batterham II) Mark Johnston v4-8-01 John Egan [15]
7) CAMP COMMANDER (Tony & Simon Richards) Clive Brittain t4-8-11 Darryll Holland [3]
8) UNSHAKABLE (Unshakable Partnership) Bob Jones 4-8-10 Kevin Darley [9]
9) WANNABE AROUND (Peter Savill) David Nicholls 5-8-04 Martin Dwyer [19]
10) HERETIC (Barford Bloodstock) James Fanshawe 5-9-10 Oscar Urbina [7]
11) NORTON (Terry Mills) Terry Mills 6-8-13 Robert Miles (5) [10]
12) ADEKSHAN (H H Aga Khan) Sir Michael Stoute t1 3-8-03 Pat Eddery [1]
13) PUTRA PEKAN (HRH Sultan Ahmed Shah) Michael Jarvis b5-9-06 Philip Robinson [8]
14) CALCUTTA (Catherine Corbett & Chris Wright) Barry Hills 7-8-13 Michael Hills [20]
15) HALLION (Mike Dawson) James Given 4-8-04 Michael Fenton [5]
16) ALBUHERA (D J & F A Jackson) Mark Johnston b1 5-8-13 Keith Dalgleish [4]
17 SMIRK (Michael Tabor) David Elsworth 5-9-10 Dane O'Neill [18] 11/2 Fav
18) MR TANGO (N J Jones) Gary Moore p1 5-8-10 Ryan Moore [14]
19) FREYA'S DREAM (Sue Tindall & Hazel Lowrey) Tim Easterby 4-8-01 Paul Doe [12]
20) LAGO D'ORTA (Dennis Shaw) Clive Cox 3-8-03 Jimmy Quinn [2]
21) MUBEEN (Mohammed Jaber) Ed Dunlop 3-8-06 Kieren Fallon [6]

21 ran Non-Runner: Zonergem (withdrawn not under starter’s orders)
Time: 1m 38.38s
Distances: 1 1/4, 3/4, 2 1/2, 3/4, hd, 1/2, 1, 3/4, hd, sh, nk, hd, nk, 1/2, 3/4, 5, 2, 2 1/2, 3/4, 17
Breeder: Noel Cogan Breeding: b m Grand Lodge (USA) - Boristova (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA))
Tote Win: £10.60 Places: £2.30; £9.60; £3.90; £10.50 Exacta: £271.60

Winning trainer:- Name: Fahey, Richard Date of birth: 2/2/66 Riding career: Approximately 100 winners Date of first licence: 1993 Trains at Manor House Farm, Butterwick, Brawby, Malton Horses in training (1995-2003): 18, 24, 32, 53, 44, 51, 48, 60, 85 Wins (1993-2002): 1, 2, 7, 11, 25, 20, 26, 38, 26, 46 Big Race Wins: Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (1998 Superior Premium), Cork & Orrery Stakes (2000 Superior Premium), William Hill Mile (2003 Lady Bear) Wins This Season: 36 Total Goodwood Wins: 4 (2 at July Meeting)

Winning Jockey:-Name: Hanagan, Paul Geoffrey Born: September 8, 1980 Wins 2000-2002: 23, 29, 84 Other Information: Formerly apprenticed to trainer Richard Fahey in Malton - the winner of the Racing Schools Apprentice series in 2000, he earned himself a six-week working holiday with Paddy Rudkin in Dubai. Father, Geoff, had brief flirtation with racing in 1960s working for John Waugh in Newmarket for 18 months. Paul began riding out for Warrington-based handler Terry Caldwell before joining Malcolm Jefferson’s yard after coming through British Racing School’s nine-week course. Then teamed up with Fahey. Big Race Wins: William Hill Mile (2003 Lady Bear) Wins This Season: 44 Total Goodwood Wins: 1 (1 at July Meeting) First Goodwood Win For Paul Hanagan

Class A, Listed Race, £50,000 Total Prize Fund, for 4yo+ Rated 0-110, 1m 4f. Weights: highest weight 9st 7lb. Minimum weight 8st 7lb. Penalties, after July 19, a winner of a Class A, B or C race 3lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £29,000; 2nd: £11,000; 3rd: £5,500; 4th: £2,500; 5th: £1,250; 6th: £750

1) RESEARCHED (Exors of the late Lord Weinstock) Sir Michael Stoute 4-9-01 Kieren Fallon [2] 8/1
2) RAZKALLA (Sheikh Mohammed) David Loder 5-9-07 Frankie Dettori [11] 4/1
3) DARASIM (Markus Graff) Mark Johnston v5-9-03 Joe Fanning [3] 3/1 Fav
4) FOREIGN AFFAIRS (C Walker, J Carroll & Kirsten Rausing) Sir Mark Prescott b1 5-9-00 Seb Sanders [5]
5) COMPTON BOLTER (Erik Penser) Gerard Butler 6-9-07 Eddie Ahern [1]
6) GOLDEN WELLS (Dr Fuk To Chang) Mark Johnston b5-9-01 Keith Dalgleish [9]
7) COUNSEL'S OPINION (Mrs & Mrs Jeremy Roberts) Chris Wall 6-8-08 Richard Mullen [10]
8) MESMERIC (Maktoum Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop v5-8-12 Jimmy Fortune [13]
9) MANOUBI (Maktoum Al Maktoum) Sir Michael Stoute 4-8-07 Pat Eddery [12]
10) DAWN INVASION (Khalid Abdulla) Amanda Perrett 4-9-00 Richard Hughes [6]
11) FIRST BALLOT (Jeff Smith) David Elsworth 7-9-01 Kevin Darley [8]
12) RAWYAAN (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Gosden v4-9-07 Richard Hills [4]
13) WAHCHI (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop 4-8-13 Darryll Holland [7]

13 ran
Time: 2m 38.25s Distances: 2, 3, 3/4, 1, 1, 1/2, 3/4, 3, 1 1/2, 6, 1, 20
Breeder: Ballymacoll Stud Farm Ltd
Breeding: b g Danehill (USA) - Sought Out (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA))
Tote Win: £9.50 Places: £3.40; £2.00; £1.90 Exacta: £37.30

Winning trainer:-Name: Stoute, Sir Michael Ronald Date of birth:22/10/45 Date of first licence: 1972 Previous Occupation: Served with Pat Rohan, Doug Smith and Tom Jones. Classic wins: (12) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1989 Musical Bliss, 2003 Russian Rhythm), Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1985 Shadeed, 1988 Doyoun, 1997 Entrepreneur, 2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Vodafone Derby (1981 Shergar, 1986 Shahrastani, 2003 Kris Kin), Vodafone Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia, 1987 Unite) Other big race wins: Irish 2,000 Guineas (1989 Shaadi), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1986 Sonic Lady), Irish Derby (1983 Shareef Dancer, 1986 Sharatani), Irish Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia, 1986 Colorspin, 1987 Unite, 1988 Melodist, 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka), Italian Oaks (1988 Melodist, 1986 Ivor’s Image), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1992 Saddler’s Hall, 1993 Opera House, 1997 Singspiel, 2000 Daliapour), Dubai World Cup (Singspiel 1997), Coral-Eclipse (1993 Opera House; 1994 Ezzoud;1997 Pilsudski, 2001 Medicean), Japan Cup (1996 Singspiel, 1997 Pilsudski), Sussex Stakes (1986 Sonic Lady; 1989 Zilzal; 1998 Among Men), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1985 Shadeed; 1987 Milligram; 1989 Zilzal), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1981 Shergar; 1993 Opera House, 2002 Golan), Juddmonte International Stakes (1993 & 1994 Ezzoud; 1997 Singspiel), Yorkshire Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia; 1985 Sally Brown; 1986 Untold; 1990 Hellenic; 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka, 2002 Islington), July Cup (1981 Marwell; 1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), Fillies’ Mile (1985 Untold), Cheveley Park Stakes (1980 Marwell; 1994 Gay Gallanta; 2000 Regal Rose), Dubai Sheema Classic (2000 Fantastic Light), Grosser Dallmayr-Preis (2000 Greek Dance), Celebration Mile (2000 Medicean), Prix de l’Opera (2000 Petrushka), Dubai Champion Stakes (2000 Kalanisi), Racing Post Trophy (2000 Dilshaan), Dante Stakes (2001 Dilshaan), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1975 Girandole), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1977 Temple First, 1984 Optimistic Lass, 1990 Kartajana, 1994 Hawajiss, 2002 Islington), Lowther Stakes (2002 Russian Rhythm) Wins in a season (1984-2002):96:120:76:105:99:116:78:83:74:65:109:73:73:84:79:81:91:75: 104 Horses in training (1985-2003):145:142:142:170:186:191:n\a:171:147:157 :159:159:162:162:173:190:185:181:190 Wins this season: 68 First Goodwood winner: Alphadamus (July 31, 1973 - Stewards’ Cup) Total Goodwood Wins: 108 (53 at July Meeting) Other details: Champion trainer in Britain 6 times (1981,1986,1989,1994,1997, 2000) Trains at Freemason Lodge, Newmarket

Winning jockey:-Name: Fallon, Kieren Francis. Born: County Clare, Ireland, 22/2/65 Apprenticeship: 1983 Kevin Prendergast First winner: Piccadily Lord (Navan, June 18, 1984) Wins (1988-2002): 31,28,39,29,45,60,47,91,136,202*,204*,202*,149, 166*, 149* *Champion jockey Classic wins: (9) Sagitta 2000 Guineas (2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1997 Sleepytime, 1999 Wince, 2003 Russian Rhythm), Vodafone Oaks (1997 Reams Of Verse, 1999 Ramruma), Vodafone Derby (1999 Oath, 2003 Kris Kin) Other major wins include: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (2002 Golan), Sussex Stakes (1997 Ali-Royal); Cherry Hinton Stakes (1996 Dazzle), Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (1997 Bosra Sham), Ribblesdale Stakes (1997 Yashmak), Cheveley Park Stakes (1997 Embassy), St James’s Palace Stakes (1998 Dr Fong), Yorkshire Oaks (1998 Catchascatchcan, 1999 Ramruma, 2002 Islington), Gimcrack Stakes (1994 Chilly Billy, 1998 Josr Algharoud); Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1999 Craigsteel); Tattersalls Gold Cup (1999 Shiva); Irish Oaks (1999 Ramruma); Budweiser International Stakes (1999 Great Dane); Vodafone Coronation Cup (2000 Daliapour, 2002 Boreal), Jockey Club Stakes (2000 Blueprint), Dubai Sheema Classic (2000 Fantastic Light), Queen Anne Stakes (2000 Kalanisi, 2001 Medicean), Masai Mile (2001 Nicobar), Dee Stakes (2001 Dr Greenfield), Dante Stakes (2001 Dilshaan), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2002 King Of Happiness), Gerrard Investment Management Richmond Stakes (1997 Daggers Drawn, 2002 Elusive City), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (2002 Islington), Prix Morny (2002 Elusive City), Lowther Stakes (2002 Russian Rhythm), Diadem Stakes (2002 Crystal Castle), July Stakes (2003Nevisian Lad) Wins This Season: 150 First Goodwood winner: Aughfad (Grant Thornton Handicap, October 5, 1990) Goodwood wins: 56 (25 at July Meeting -3rd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Class C, £15,000 Added, for 2yo which before July 20 have been placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in GB, 6f. Minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties, after July 19, a winner 7lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £10,790; 2nd: £3,320; 3rd: £1,660; 4th: £830

1) BLUE TOMATO (Stephanie Smith) Paul Cole 2-9-06 Kieren Fallon [2] 7/2 Fav
2) MATT BLANC (Mrs D M Wright, Mrs I A N Wright) Richard Hannon 2-8-12 Pat Dobbs [8] 12/1
3) VENETIAN PRIDE (Maktoum Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 2-9-07 Keith Dalgleish [4] 5/1
4) SIGNOR PANETTIERE (The Mystery Partnership) Richard Hannon 2-8-07 Richard Hughes [9]
5 INNSTYLE (The Inn Partnership) Brian Meehan 2-8-07 Frankie Dettori [1]
6) GAMESET'N'MATCH (Tony Smith) Bill Turner b2-8-03 Robert Miles (5) [11]
7) WHO'S WINNING (Casino Racing Partnership) Chris Dwyer p1 2-8-09 Darryll Holland [5]
8) BLACK OVAL (Glass Associates, Mick Channon) Mick Channon 2-8-12 Steve Drowne [7]
9) MARYSIENKA (Thurloe Thoroughbreds V) Richard Hannon 2-8-10 Kevin Darley [10]
10) TORONTO HEIGHTS (Grant, Bonnycastle, Concord Racing, Morton) Barry Hills 2-9-03 Michael Hills [3]
11) KAFUWAIN (Saleh Al Homeizi) Jeremy Noseda v2-9-05 Pat Eddery [6]

11 ran
Time: 1m 13.20s Distances: 1, 1 3/4, sh, 1/2, 1 1/2, 1 3/4, 2, 3/4, 2, 1 1/4
Breeder: Bearstone Stud Breeding: b c Orpen (USA) - Ocean Grove (IRE) (Fairy King (USA))
Tote Win: £3.80 Places: £1.70; £3.20; £2.00 Exacta: £51.50

Winning trainer:-Name Cole, Paul Frederick Irvine Date of birth: 11/9/41 Date of first licence: 1968 Previous Occupation: Assistant to Richmond Sturdy & George Todd Classic wins: (2) St Leger (1990 Snurge); Vodafone Derby (1991 Generous) Major wins include: Irish Derby (1991 Generous), Dewhurst Stakes (1990 Generous), Italian Derby (1987 Zaizoom, 1994 Time Star), King George VI and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1991 Generous), St Leger (1990 Snurge), Irish Oaks (1990 Knight's Baroness), Italian Oaks (1993 Bright Generation), Queen Mary Stakes (1996 Dance Parade), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1991 & 1992 Ruby Tiger), Premio Legnano (1993 Ruby Tiger), Coventry Stakes (1991 Dilum), Richmond Stakes (1991 Dilum), Grand Prix de Deauville (1993 Snurge), Irish St Leger (1990 Ibn Bey, 1995 Strategic Choice), Lincoln Handicap (1997 Kuala Lipis, 2000 John Ferneley, 2001 Nimello), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1979 Crimson Beau), Gold Cup (2003 Mr Dinos) Wins in a season (1984-2002):61:54: 64:55:43:51:53:73:86:67:69:77:74:60:64:76:51:56:61 Horses in training (1985-2003):84,107,112,120,120 ,117,105,131,136,157,129,140,141,134,118:117:111:114:97 Trainsat Whatcombe, Wantage, Oxfordshire Other details: Champion trainer 1991Wins this season: 30 First Goodwood Winner: Off Games (Goodwood Claiming Stakes, August 3, 1973) Goodwood Winners: 86 (29 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Fallon, Kieren Francis. Born: County Clare, Ireland, 22/2/65 Apprenticeship: 1983 Kevin Prendergast First winner: Piccadily Lord (Navan, June 18, 1984) Wins (1988-2002): 31,28,39,29,45,60,47,91,136,202*,204*,202*,149, 166*, 149* *Champion jockey Classic wins: (9) Sagitta 2000 Guineas (2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1997 Sleepytime, 1999 Wince, 2003 Russian Rhythm), Vodafone Oaks (1997 Reams Of Verse, 1999 Ramruma), Vodafone Derby (1999 Oath, 2003 Kris Kin) Other major wins include: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (2002 Golan), Sussex Stakes (1997 Ali-Royal); Cherry Hinton Stakes (1996 Dazzle), Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (1997 Bosra Sham), Ribblesdale Stakes (1997 Yashmak), Cheveley Park Stakes (1997 Embassy), St James’s Palace Stakes (1998 Dr Fong), Yorkshire Oaks (1998 Catchascatchcan, 1999 Ramruma, 2002 Islington), Gimcrack Stakes (1994 Chilly Billy, 1998 Josr Algharoud); Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1999 Craigsteel); Tattersalls Gold Cup (1999 Shiva); Irish Oaks (1999 Ramruma); Budweiser International Stakes (1999 Great Dane); Vodafone Coronation Cup (2000 Daliapour, 2002 Boreal), Jockey Club Stakes (2000 Blueprint), Dubai Sheema Classic (2000 Fantastic Light), Queen Anne Stakes (2000 Kalanisi, 2001 Medicean), Masai Mile (2001 Nicobar), Dee Stakes (2001 Dr Greenfield), Dante Stakes (2001 Dilshaan), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2002 King Of Happiness), Gerrard Investment Management Richmond Stakes (1997 Daggers Drawn, 2002 Elusive City), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (2002 Islington), Prix Morny (2002 Elusive City), Lowther Stakes (2002 Russian Rhythm), Diadem Stakes (2002 Crystal Castle), July Stakes (2003Nevisian Lad) Wins This Season: 151 First Goodwood winner: Aughfad (Grant Thornton Handicap, October 5, 1990) Goodwood wins: 57 (26 at July Meeting -4th success of Glorious Goodwood 2003 - now leading rider)
Class D, £15,000 Added, for 2yo colts & geldings which are EBF eligible, 7f. Weights: 8st 11lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £10,757.50; 2nd: £3,310; 3rd: £1,655; 4th: £827.50

1) PSYCHIATRIST (Raymond Tooth) Richard Hannon 2-8-11 Richard Hughes [10] 7/2
2) OVER THE RAINBOW (Parker, Harrison, Jamieson, Snowden) Barry Hills - 8-11 Michael Hills [13] 16/1
3) TORINMOOR (Mr & Mrs R Scott) Amanda Perrett 2-8-11 Frankie Dettori [1] 25/1
4) SECRETARY GENERAL (The Blenheim Partnership) Paul Cole 2-8-11 Kevin Darley [4] 7/4 Fav
5 SOVIET SCEPTRE (Cheveley Park Stud) Gerard Butler 2-8-11 Eddie Ahern [6]
6) TAAQAAH (Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum) Marcus Tregoning 2-8-11 Martin Dwyer [11]
7) NICE COTE D'AZUR (John Pearce) Geoff Wragg 2-8-11 Darryll Holland [8]
8) MAN AT ARMS (The Waney Racing Group Inc) Richard Hannon 2-8-11 Dane O'Neill [12]
9) SUN OF SPEED (Fred & Sacha Cotton, Matthew Green) Amanda Perrett 2-8-11 Seb Sanders [2]
10) RED BIRR (John Nicholls (Banbury) Ltd) Andrew Balding 2-8-11 Kieren Fallon [9]
11) RESPLENDENT KING (Resplendent Racing Limited) Terry Mills 2-8-11 Tony Clark [7]
12) JEDBURGH (The Earl Cadogan) John Dunlop 2-8-11 Pat Eddery [3]
13) PANGLOSS (R N Martin, Brian Pennick) Gary Moore 2-8-11 Ryan Moore [5]

13 ran
Time: 1m 27.81s Distances: 3, hd, hd, 4, 1 1/4, 1 1/4, hd, sh, 2 1/2, 1, hd, 7
Breeder: Downclose Stud Breeding: ch g Dr Devious (IRE) - Zahwa (Cadeux Genereux)
Tote Win: £3.80 Places: £1.70; £3.20; £2.00 Exacta: £51.50

Winning Trainer: Name- Hannon, Richard Michael Date of birth: 30/5/45 Date of first licence:1970 Classic wins: (3) Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1973 Mon Fils, 1987 Don't Forget Me, 1990 Tirol) Other major wins: Nunthorpe Stakes (1992 Lyric Fantasy), Moyglare Stud Stakes (1993 Lemon Souffle), Sussex Stakes (2003 Reel Buddy), Falmouth Stakes (1994 Lemon Souffle), Prix de l’Abbaye (1992 Mr Brooks), July Cup (1992 Mr Brooks), Yorkshire Cup (1993 Assessor), Lockinge Stakes (1993 Swing Low), Brigadier Gerard Stakes (1995 Alriffa), Diomed Stakes (1994 Bluegrass Prince), Queen Mary Stakes (1992 Lyric Fantasy & 1993 Risky), Cork and Orrery Stakes (1992 Shalford), Lowther Stakes (1992 Niche), Wokingham Stakes (1994 Venture Capitalist), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2000 Cape Town), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2000 Umistim, 2001 King’s Ironbridge), Prix Maurice de Gheest (2000 Bold Edge), Rockfel Stakes (2001 Distant Valley), Betfair.com Molecomb Stakes (1993 Risky), Hungerford Stakes (2002 Reel Buddy) Number of wins in a season (1982-2002): 38: 49: 28: 37: 56: 33: 43: 55: 73: 126:154:182:112:115:109:94:108:123:135:110:121 Number of horses in training; (1985-2003): 67:75:74:80:85 :107:131:139:155:178:167:155:149:145:155:162:147:169 Wins this season: 75 Trains at Marlborough, Wiltshire Other details: Champion trainer 1992 First Goodwood winner: Crespinall (July 29, 1972 - Nassau Stakes) Total Goodwood wins: 123 (37 at July Meeting - 2nd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Winning jockey:-Name: Hughes, Richard David. Date of birth: 11/1/73 Apprenticeship: With father, Dessie Hughes, in Ireland. Wins in Britain (1994-2002):19,68,62,33,55,95,102, 90, 126 Major wins include: French 1,000 Guineas (2002 Zenda), French Oaks (2003 Nebraska Tornado), Derby Italiano (1996 Bahamian Knight), King's Stand Stakes (1995 Piccolo), Jersey Stakes (1995 Sergeyev, 1996 Lucayan Prince), Yorkshire Cup (1999 Churlish Charm); Duke Of York Stakes (1999 Sampower Star), Gran Premio d’Italia (1995 Posidonas), Cambridgeshire (1995 Cap Juluca), Stewards’ Cup (1995 Shikari’s Son, 1999 Harmonic Way, 2000 Tayseer), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2000 Cape Town, Jockey Club Cup (2000 Persian Punch), 2001 Clearing), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2001 King’s Ironbridge), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2000 Umistim, 2001 King’s Ironbridge), Lingfield Derby Trial (2001 Perfect Sunday), Prix D’Isphan (2001 Observatory), Celebration Mile (2002 Tillerman), July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) 1st Group One Success in Britain: July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) Other details: Retained jockey to Khalid Abdulla Wins This Season: 81 First Goodwood win: Luhuk (Caffreys Premium Ale Foundation Stakes, September 30, 1994) Goodwood winners: 48 (16 at July Meeting - 3rd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Class B, £20,000 Added, for 3yo+ which were declared to run but were elimineted at the 48 hour declaration stage from the 2003 Vodafone Stewards Cup, 6f. Weights: highest weight 9st 10lb; minimum weight 7sr 12lb. Penalties: after June 28, a winner of a Class C race 3lb; of 2 such Class C races or of a Class B race 5lb; of a combination of 3 Class C or B races, or of a Class A race 7lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £12,818; 2nd: £4,862; 3rd: £2,431; 4th: £1,105; 5th: £552.50; 6th: £331.50

1) UNDETERRED (Peter Savill) David Barron 7-8-13 Dean Mernagh [20] 7/2 Fav
2 ZUHAIR (The Gardening Partnership) David Nicholls 10-8-12 Kevin Darley [19] 10/1
3) SIR DON (Dian Plant, A A Bloodstock Ltd) David Nicholls v4-8-04 Joe Fanning [16] 12/1
4) SIR DESMOND (The Quintessentials) Rae Guest p5-9-03 Chris Catlin [15] 5/1
5) FLAK JACKET (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls t8-8-09 Adrian Nicholls [14]
6) BALLYBUNION (I Blakey, M Gosse, David Nicholls) David Nicholls 4-7-12 Joanna Badger [13]
7 KINGSCROSS (Mrs D Ellis) Michael Blanshard 5-9-03 Jimmy Quinn [1]
8) EXTINGUISHER (Mike Browne) David Nicholls 4-9-04 Paul Doe [17]
9) GDANSK (Chris & Antonia Deuters) Alan Berry 6-9-00 Frannie Norton [11]
10) TIME TO REMEMBER (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls 5-9-00 Keith Dalgleish [2]
11 DEVISE (D Naylor, Malcolm Saunders) Malcolm Saunders 4-8-10 Robert Miles (5) [9]
12) ALPEN WOLF (R Haim) William Muir 8-8-05 Richard Mullen [21]
13) NEMO FUGAT (John Hair) David Nicholls 4-9-04 Ryan Moore [4]
14) BLACKHEATH (Middleham Park Racing XX & Streamhill) David Nicholls 7-8-11 Pat Dobbs [7]
15) AMERICAN COUSIN (Middleham Park Racing XIV) David Nicholls 8-7-13 Iona Wands [12]
16) I WISH (Gail Gaisford) Michael Madgwick 5-8-03 Robyn Brisland [18]
17) COMPTON DYNAMO (Broughton Thermal Insulation) Willie Musson 4-9-10 Pat Eddery [8]
18) PAX (David Nicholls, A A Bloodstock Ltd) David Nicholls 6-9-04 Alex Greaves [5]
19) ZARGUS (Monique Bruce Copp) William Muir 4-9-08 Martin Dwyer [10]
20) IZMAIL (G M McGuiness) David Nicholls 4-8-07 Dean Corby (3) [6]
21 NOBLE NICK (Lucayan Stud) David Nicholls 4-8-12 Eddie Ahern [3]

21 ran
Time: 1m 12.36s
Distances: sh, 1/2, 1 1/2, 1/2, 1/2, hd, nk, 1 1/2, nk, 1/2, 1, 1 1/4, 1/2, 1, 4, 1/2, 1, 2, 2, nk
Breeder: Deerfield Farm
Breeding: ch g Zafonic (USA) - Mint Crisp (IRE) (Green Desert (USA))
Tote Win: £5.10 Places: £1.70; £2.60; £2.80; £2.20 Exacta: £51.30

Winning trainer:-Name: Barron, Thomas David Date of birth: 20/9/45 Date of first licence: 1969 Number of wins in a season (1982-2002): 11:10:13:26:13:19:18:24:58:39:41:26:37:29:29:38:15:33:49:40:58 Major wins include: Lincoln Handicap (1991 Amenable), Stewards’ Cup (1994 For The Present, 1996 Coastal Bluff), Ayr Gold Cup (1996 Coastal Bluff), Nunthorpe Stakes (1997 dead-heat with Ya Malak) Wins this season: 50 Trains at Maunby, North Yorkshire First Goodwood winner: For The Present (July 30, 1994 - Vodac Stewards’ Cup) Total Goodwood Wins: 3 (3 at July Meeting) Number of horses in training (1973-2003):2; 4; 7; 6; 11; 18; 26; 22; 17; 19; 22:32:42:51:53:43:43:49:48:50:50:41:37:29:49:34:33:45:63:62:65

Winning Jockey:-Name: Mernagh, Dean John Born: 28/12/78 Apprenticeship: Mel Brittain Riding Weight: 7st 9lb First Winner: Grey Kingdom, Nottingham, April 1997 Wins 2001-2002: 39; 24 First Goodwood win: Little Amin (SIS H’cap, May 23, 2001) Goodwood winners: 2 (1 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 22

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