Goodwood’s clerk of the course, Seamus Buckley, says there are no plans to water the track following today’s action, although work to provide fresh ground will take place tonight.
Buckley said: “We’re going to take the rail down on the lower bend (from the six-furlong marker to the three-furlong pole on the far side of the course) to provide a fresh strip of ground for use tomorrow.
“The jockeys are describing the ground as good, and the light shower we had just before racing today has put a little moisture back in so we have decided not to water.
“We contemplated watering part of the round course this evening, but there’s now enough moisture in the ground and we don’t envisage watering for the remainder of the meeting.
“We’re now three days down, and it’s been a success from the point of view of the course. The ground is riding perfectly and as well as we hoped it would - we’re looking forward to tomorrow and Saturday.”
GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2007 - WINNERS
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Race Winner Trainer Jockey SP
Bank Of Scotland Investment Service Hcp CHAMPIONSHIP POINT Mick Channon Darryll Holland 8/1
Gordon Stakes (Group 3) YELLOWSTONE Aidan O’Brien IRE Johnny Murtagh 5/2 JF
Betfair Cup (Group 2) TARIQ Peter Chapple-Hyam Kerrin McEvoy 7/2
Betfair Molecomb Stakes (Group 3) FLEETING SPIRIT Jeremy Noseda Johnny Murtagh 8/1
Detica Summer Handicap SCRIPTWRITER Saeed bin Suroor Kerrin McEvoy 7/1
Tatler Summer Season EBF Maiden Stakes SHALLAL Peter Chapple-Hyam Jimmy Fortune 4/1 CF
TurfTV Handicap FREMEN David Nicholls Adrian Nicholls 12/1
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Race Winner Trainer Jockey SP
Invesco Perpetual Goodwood Handicap SECRET PLOY Hughie Morrison Steve Drowne 16/1
Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes (Group 2) RIO DE LA PLATA Saeed Bin Suroor Frankie Dettori 8/13 F
BGC Sussex Stakes (Group 1) RAMONTI Saeed bin Suroor Frankie Dettori 9/2
BGC Handicap REGAL FLUSH Sir Michael Stoute Ryan Moore 14/1
Weatherbys Bank Fillies’ Handicap FONGS GAZELLE Mark Johnston Richard Hills 12/1
Links Of London Maiden Fillies’ Stakes FASHION ROCKS Brian Meehan Jimmy Fortune 4/1
Kennels EBF Classified Stakes LAA RAYB Mark Johnston Joe Fanning 10/1
Thursday, August 2, 2007
Race Winner Trainer Jockey SP
Lillie Langtry Stakes (Group 3) HI CALYPSO Sir Michael Stoute Ryan Moore 3/1 JF
Audi Stakes (Group 3) MOORHOUSE LAD Bryan Smart Ryan Moore 10/1
ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup (Group 2) ALLEGRETTO Sir Michael Stoute Ryan Moore 8/1 Alphameric Vase Heritage Handicap PIPEDREAMER John Gosden Martin Dwyer 11/2 F
De Boer Handicap DOCOFTHEBAY Jamie Osborne Ryan Moore 4/1
EBF New Ham Maiden Fillies’ Stakes CELTIC SLIPPER Ralph Beckett Seb Sanders 33/1
Audi Q7 Cup Handicap CONTINENT David Nicholls Paul Hanagan 18/1
TURFTRAX LEADING RIDER STANDINGS AFTER THIRD DAY
Jockey 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Points*
Ryan Moore 5 2 2 - 370
Johnny Murtagh 2 1 1 - 160
Frankie Dettori 2 - 1 - 125
Richard Hughes - 2 1 3 125
Joe Fanning 1 1 1 1 120
Jamie Spencer - 3 - 1 115
Richard Hills 1 1 1 - 110
Jimmy Fortune 2 - - - 100
Kerrin McEvoy 2 - - - 100
Seb Sanders 1 1 - 1 95
Eddie Ahern - 2 - 1 80
Michael Hills - 2 - 1 80
Adrian Nicholls 1 - 1 - 75
Paul Hanagan 1 - 1 - 75
Francis Norton - 1 1 1 70
Steve Drowne 1 - - 1 60
Martin Dwyer 1 - - 1 60
Philip Robinson - 1 1 - 60
Darryll Holland 1 - - - 50
Tom Queally - - 2 - 50
George Baker - 1 - 1 45
Travis Block - 1 - - 35
Jim Crowley - 1 - - 35
Dane O’Neill - 1 - - 35
Hugh Bowman - - 1 - 25
Royston Ffrench - - 1 - 25
Liam Keniry - - 1 - 25
Richard Kingscote - - 1 - 25
David Kinsella - - 1 - 25
Jamie Moriarty - - 1 - 25
Luke Morris - - 1 - 25
Tadhg O’Shea - - 1 - 25
John Egan - - - 2 20
Richard Quinn - - - 2 20
Neil Callan - - - 1 10
Pat Dobbs - - - 1 10
Ted Durcan - - - 1 10
Liam Jones - - - 1 10
Weichong Marwing - - - 1 10
*Turftrax leading rider award: 50 points for a winner, 35 points for a second, 25 points for a third, 10 points for a fourth.
LEADING TRAINERS’ STANDINGS AFTER THIRD DAY
Trainer 1st 2nd 3rd
Sir Michael Stoute 3 - 1
Saeed bin Suroor 3 - -
Mark Johnston 2 - 1
David Nicholls 2 - 1
Peter Chapple-Hyam 2 - -
Aidan O’Brien IRE 1 2 -
Hughie Morrison 1 1 -
Mick Channon 1 - 2
John Gosden 1 - 1
Jamie Osborne 1 - 1
Bryan Smart 1 - 1
Ralph Beckett 1 - -
Brian Meehan 1 - -
Jeremy Noseda 1 - -
Richard Hannon - 5 -
Luca Cumani - 1 1
John Dunlop - 1 1
John Akehurst - 1 -
Michael Bell - 1 -
John Best - 1 -
Clive Brittain - 1 -
William Haggas - 1 -
Nicky Henderson - 1 -
Barry Hills - 1 -
John Hills - 1 -
Michael Jarvis - 1 -
Amanda Perrett - 1 -
Marcus Tregoning - 1 -
Andrew Balding - - 2
James Given - - 2
Neville Callaghan - - 1
Clive Cox - - 1
Tom Dascombe - - 1
Brian Ellison - - 1
Richard Fahey - - 1
Gary Moore - - 1
John Panvert - - 1
GUY HARWOOD GAINS GOODWOOD AWARD
Guy Harwood last night received the prestigious Goodwood Racecourse Media Dinner Award for 2007. He trained a host of top-class performers from the 1970s and 1980s, most notably the great Dancing Brave.
He was born on June 10, 1939, locally to Goodwood at Pulborough, West Sussex, where his father, Wally Harwood, had established a petro-chemical manufacturing business and the car dealership Harwoods eight years earlier.
Harwood, who was educated at Stowe, signed a three-year engineering apprenticeship with a firm in Dartford upon leaving school, with the intention of joining the family business, but he developed a love of racing during that time when staying with the famous Winter family at Southfleet.
He began riding out at for Ryan Price at Findon and, aged of 18, opted for a life with horses, riding 40 point-to-point winners along with14 under National Hunt Rules over the next few years. He started working as pupil assistant trainer to Bryan Marshall when he was 21 and, five years later in 1965, he commenced training under permit. That year also saw the sale of the family engineering business, as well as his marriage to Gill Lawson.
Harwood first took out a full licence to train in 1966 after initially training jumpers for a year under permit. He proceeded to establish Coombelands stables at Pulburough as a state of the art training complex and succeeded in attracting some of the finest horses and biggest owners in the world.
Acrania won the Jockey Club Stakes in 1967 and six years later the trainer announced his arrival at racing's top table when Jan Ekels landed the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot, a race he would go on to win thrice more with To-Agori-Mou (1981), Sackford (1983) and Warning (1988).
His association with Goodwood racecourse, which is but a short hack across the downs from Pulborough, is well established, and his big-race victories at his local course include two wins in the track's showpiece contest, the Group One Sussex Stakes.
Harwood's first success in the great race came in 1985 with Rousillon, winner of the Queen Anne Stakes and Prix du Moulin that same season, who swept to the lead inside the final furlong under Greville Starkey to record a two and a half length verdict over Bairn.
The second of Harwod's Sussex Stakes triumphs was with the brilliant Warning in 1988, who had landed the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood the previous year. The Khalid Abdulla-owned three-year-old, ridden by Pat Eddery, went clear of Then Again by a length and a half victory in the mile championship event.
He also enjoyed back-to-back triumphs in the Group Two Goodwood Cup with Sadeem (1988) and Mazzacano (1989), had two successes in the Nassau Stakes with Go Leasing (1981) and Mamaluna (1989), won the Richmond Stakes twice with Young Generation (1978) and Warning (1987) as well as gaining two victories in the Vintage Stakes thanks to Treboro (1981) and Undercut (1987)
Overall Guy Harwood trained 116 winners at Goodwood, including at least two trebles on a day’s racing here and enjoyed more 32 winners during Glorious Goodwood.
His initial Classic triumph came in 1981 when Recitation captured the Poule d'Essai des Poulains and a week later To-Agori-Mou captured the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket to give him the first of his two English Classic wins. The second came in 1986 when the great Dancing Brave took the same Newmarket Classic in scintillating fashion.
Dancing Brave was the best horse to grace Coombelands and Harwood did a masterful job in priming his exceptional charge for a string of top-level triumphs that included the Eclipse Stakes, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes and the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe but sadly not the Derby in which he finished fast to take second.
The French performance earned him the accolade of Europe's Horse of the Year in 1986, and a highest-ever rating of 141 in the International Classifications
Other stars to have benefited from Harwood's expertise include Kalaglow, winner of the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes and Eclipse Stakes, dual Ascot Gold Cup winner Sadeem, Lockinge Stakes and Prix Jean-Prat victor Young Generation, Allez Milord, Prix Jacques le Marois and Champagne Stakes winner Lear Fan, Cacoethes, Ela-Mana-Mou, Polish Patriot and Brocade.
As well as horses, there were a stream of talented people who started off with the trainer or were connected with the yard such as jockeys Greville Starkey, Ray Cochrane, Tony Clark, Chris Kinane, Wendyll Woods, Nigel Hawke, bloodstock agent James Delahooke and trainers to be like Guillaume Macaire and Steve Hall, His brother-in-law and assistant Geoff Lawson was one of many who helped contribute to the success of the yard as did loyal staff like Tommy Townsend and Martyn Windsor.
Harwood handed over the reins at Coombelands in 1996 to his daughter Amanda Perrett in order to focus his efforts on the family business, of which he is chairman and indulge in hobbies like bridge.
GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2007
RACENEWS RACECOURSE SERVICE
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2
TREMENDOUS BLUE SQUARE NASSAU STAKES ON SATURDAY
Class 1, Group One, £200,000 total prize fund, 1m 1f 192 yds, 3.20pm, Saturday, August 4, 2007, for three-year-olds and upwards, fillies and mares only Weights: three-year-old 8st 10lb, four-year-old and upwards 9st 5lb. Entries announced Tuesday, July 17, 2007 (26 entries). Five-day declarations (nine). Final declaration stage 10.00am Thursday, August 2, 2007 (eight declared runners).
Form Horse Age/wt Owner Trainer
1) 36(2)3000 DON’T DILI DALI 4-9-05 Peter Webb & Peter Lay Stan Moore
2) D111-12 MANDESHA (FR) 4-9-05 Princess Zara Aga Khan Alain de Royer Dupre FR
3) 345-314 NANNINA 4-9-05 Cheveley Park Stud John Gosden
4) 406-202 SPECIOSA (IRE) 4-9-05 Michael Sly, Dr Tom Davies, Pam Sly Pam Sly
5) 231-1112 LIGHT SHIFT (USA) 3-8-10 Niarchos Family Henry Cecil
6) 3213211 PEEPING FAWN (USA) 3-8-10 Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
7) 41-0205 SWEET LILLY 3-8-10 Jaber Abdullah Mick Channon
8) 3-1601 YAQEEN 3-8-10 Hamdan Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
Taken Out Today
11-1210 FINSCEAL BEO (IRE) 3-9-05 Michael Ryan Jim Bolger IRE
‘ZIDANE DRAW A COCK-UP’
Trainer James Fanshawe admitted to a “cock-up” after Zidane, ante-post favourite for the Blue Square.com Stewards’ Cup, was allotted the stall no one else wanted.
Trainers or their representatives were informed the draw would take place today at noon, but Fanshawe’s stable were under the misapprehension that it was taking place tomorrow, Friday. When Zidane’s name was drawn out of the hat by master of ceremonies Nick Luck no one was present to represent the trainer or owners, and, after a one minute period of grace, it was announced the horse would be given the final stall left at the draw’s conclusion.
As a result Zidane was left in stall 11 - which last housed the race winner 23 years ago - and was quickly replaced by the Richard Fahey-trained Knot In Wood as favourite by the sponsors. Zidane was eased to 9-1 from 7-1.
Speaking by phone on his way to Goodwood, Fanshawe admitted: “It was a case of a cock-up. We thought the draw was tomorrow - the owners are coming down tomorrow, and the buck stops with me.”
Fanshawe could draw some comfort that Zidane’s name had been the 12th one drawn, when many of the prime high slots had been taken - Mutamared, first out, gained stall 27, while new favourite Knot In Wood is in 23. Stall 19, which has supplied the winner in each of the past two years, was chosen by connections of the Jonathan Geake-trained Ripples Maid, the third name drawn.
Of Zidane, Fanshawe said: “He’s fine. He always seem a bit unfortunate in these handicaps, and he had quite a hard race at Ascot [last month], but he’s fine.”
WOOD NEW STEWARDS’ FAVOURITE AFTER DRAW
Knot In Wood is the sponsor’s’ new 7/1 favourite (from 8/1) for the Blue Square.com Stewards’ Cup after Richard Fahey’s charge received a stall position of 25 at this morning’s draw ceremony.
Mark Leatham, representing Fahey, was the sixth person to pick his draw and was delighted with the outcome.
“Richard’s at Galway this week but I was on the phone to him and he was delighted with the draw,” said Leatham. “He wanted to be as high as possible, the Zidane situation is unbelievable and the fact that the hitherto favourite got a poor draw is a bonus. They are moving the rail tomorrow and Richard thinks that will be an even bigger advantage.
“Richard fancied the horse for the Wokingham when he tried him in blinkers but he won easily without them in Scotland last time and they are being left off again on Saturday.”
The Kevin Ryan-trained Mutamared was the first horse picked by presenter Nick Luck and the stable’s representative chose stall 27.
Indeed high draws were all the rage and those that followed Mutamared were respectively Excusez Moi (28), Ripples Maid (19), Balthazar’s Gift (26), Out After Dark (24), Knot In Wood (25), The Tatling (21), Bond City (23), Viking Spirit (22), Qadar (20) and Baron’s Pit (18).
Mastership (1) - the 13th horse picked - was the first to break rank although Zidane - the 12th horse out - was left with the final slot 11 because there was no representative of the stable (see separate story) present and he dropped to the end. Zidane eased to 9/1 from 7/1 with Blue Square as a result.
Another leading contender, the Terry Mills-trained Something, had to wait until near the close of proceedings before he was landed a draw in three. “That was a waste of time,” said a disappointed Mills. “But the horse is in good form.”
Fulke Johnson Houghton was representing his daughter Eve, trainer of Beaver Patrol, and he was also not overjoyed when getting stall six. “We would have preferred to have been high but the horse is in great order and he will have blinkers on,” he said. “It was a bit touch and go whether we would get in so we’re lucky to be in the race.”
Nine-year-old Fantasy Believer will race from stall 14 and his trainer John Quinn said: “I’m happy enough with that. We would have liked to have been higher but it’s certainly not a disaster because he’s a very amenable horse and needs covering up. He’s got a good racing weight, ran well at Ascot on Saturday and is in really good form at home even though he’s nine.”
Mark Leatham also represented Ger Lyons, trainer of That’s Hot, who will race from stall 13. Leatham admitted: "I only had a choice of three or four by that stage, and the trainer wanted the higher the better, but there was very little I could do when the horse’s name came out.”
Reg Bond, whose Bond City runs in today’s Audi Stakes (2.50pm), hopes his horse will make a quick reappearance in Saturday’s big sprint handicap. After drawing stall 23 for his horse, Bond said: "I’m very happy with that - although if he wins today he gets a 3lb penalty. Last year we drew seven and he beat his rivals on this side, and having won the race with Bond Boy [from stall 29] I’ve always felt a high draw was important. They say there’s not a lot of difference, but over recent years a high draw has helped."
Terry Pritchard representing Nick Littmoden, said he was happy with stall 20 for outsider Qadar. Pritchard, who runs several syndicates from Littmoden’s yard, said: "We’re in the race with a good chance, and although he’s an outsider we’re very hopeful. With that draw he could go very close. I wanted 25 or 26, but if he gets a lead down the far side he’s not out of it."
THE BLUE SQUARE.COM STEWARDS’ CUP DRAW HISTORY
£100,000 3.55pm, Saturday, August 4, 2007, six furlongs
YEAR/ WINNER/ DRAW OF FIRST FOUR/ GOING/ RAN/STALLS
2006 BORDERLESCOTT 19 26 22 28 Good to Firm 27 low
2005 GIFT HORSE 19 17 20 27 Good to Soft 28 low
2004 PIVOTAL POINT 1 24 28 6 Good to Firm 28 low
2003 PATAVELLIAN 27 29 28 3 Good 29 low
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 Blue Square.com Stewards’ Cup, the horses are spread across virtually the whole course.
DECLARED RUNNERS FOR
THE BLUE SQUARE.COM STEWARDS’ CUP
REVISED WITH DRAW
Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £100,000 Guaranteed. 3.55pm, Goodwood, Saturday, August 4, 2007. For three-year-olds and upwards, six furlongs. Highest weight not less than 9st 10lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after June 30, a winner 3lb; a winner of two races 5lb. Entries closed June 20, entries revealed June 27 (148 entries), weights revealed July 4, forfeit stage July 17 (128 remain), six-day confirmation stage July 30 (111 remain), final declaration stage 10.00am, August 2 (maximum 28 declared runners).
Form Horse Draw Age/Wt Owner Trainer Jockey
1) 00-405301 BALTHAZAAR'S GIFT (IRE) 26 4-9-13 (3lbx) Ryder Racing Ltd Luca Cumani Joe Fanning
2) 0/3(2)32-5 ADVANCED 17 4-9-10 T Doherty & McHeen Kevin Ryan Ted Durcan
3) 262-2200 BORDERLESCOTT 7 5-9-09 Border Rail & Plant Ltd Robin Bastiman Royston ffrench
4) 623320 BECKERMET (IRE) 9 5-9-07 Great Head House Taylor Nash Edwards Roger Fisher Martin Dwyer
5) -(1)(1)000 KING ORCHISIOS (IRE) 2 4-9-06sh Julian & Rosie Richer Kevin Ryan Jamie Moriarty (3)
6) (1)(1)60-343 SOMETHING (IRE) 3 5-9-05 John Humphreys Terry Mills Johnny Murtagh
7) (2)(5)-2(2)20 INTREPID JACK 5 5-9-05 Michael Lynch Hughie Morrison John Egan
8) 1-414350 GRANTLEY ADAMS 10 4-9-05 Mrs T G Trant Mick Channon Hugh Bowman
9)100(3)012 PROTECTOR (SAF) 4 6-9-04 Joshua Snellings Gay Kelleway Ryan Moore
10) 5-306000 FAYR JAG (IRE) 12 8-9-04 Jonathan Gill Tim Easterby David Allan
11) 22300333 BOND CITY (IRE) 23 5-9-04 Reg Bond Geoff Oldroyd Chris Catlin
12) (0)02200 EXCUSEZ MOI (USA) 28 5-9-03bl Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Clive Brittain Paul Doe
13) 100-0200 BENTONG (IRE) 8 4-9-03ts HRH Sultan Ahmad Shah Paul Cole Tolley Dean (5)
14) 305-122 THAT'S HOT (IRE) 13 4-9-03 John Burke Ger Lyons IRE Richard Quinn
15) 00(3)520 MUTAMARED (USA) 27 7-9-02 Errigal Racing Kevin Ryan Neil Callan
16) 0/-502(6)06 BARON'S PIT 18 7-9-02bl A M Pickering Ed Vaughan Dane O’Neill
17) 60-31504 THE TATLING (IRE) 21 10-9-01 Dab Hand Racing Milton Bradley Darryll Holland
18) 20-(0)100 KOSTAR 15 6-9-01 Mrs P Scott-Dunn & Mrs F J Ryan Clive Cox Philip Robinson
19) (3)01620 RIPPLES MAID 19 4-9-01 Rex & David Mead Jonathan Geake Travis Block (3)
20) 104-(4)10 ZIDANE 11 5-9-01 Jan & Peter Hopper James Fanshawe Jamie Spencer
21) ((2)(0)(2)(6) QADAR (IRE) 20 5-8-13bl Nigel Shields Nick Littmoden Ian Mongan
22) 1522-601 KNOT IN WOOD (IRE) 25 5-8-13 (3lbx) Rhodes, Kenyon & Gill Richard Fahey Paul Hanagan
23) (5)30011 MACHINIST (IRE) 16 7-8-12 (3lbx) Berry & Gould Partnership David Nicholls Silvestre De Sousa
24) (3)(2)(2)-401 VIKING SPIRIT 22 5-8-12 (3lbx) The Masterminds Walter Swinburn Adam Kirnby
25) 00040056 FANTASY BELIEVER 14 9-8-11 The Fantasy Fellowship B John Quinn Jimmy Fortune
26) (1)(4)4040 MASTERSHIP (IRE) 1 3-8-11bl Sheikh Marwan Al Maktoum Clive Brittain Seb Sanders
27) 063-03050 OUT AFTER DARK 24 6-8-10sh The Night Owls Clive Cox Luke Morris (5)
28) (5)-15605 BEAVER PATROL (IRE) 6 5-8-10bl G C Stevens Eve Johnson Houghton Richard Hills
28 declared runners
Taken out this morning
00-15060 GREEN MANALISHI 6-9-06 T Fawcett, S McCarthy, J Brennan & J Smith Kevin Ryan
25-300320 FONTHILL ROAD (IRE) 7-9-05 Una Towell Richard Fahey
0005-600 STEENBERG (IRE) 8-9-03 Kenneth MacPherson Mark Tompkins
31-(3)(0)000 KING'S CAPRICE 6-9-03 Bridget Swire Jonathan Geake
601101-45 THE JOBBER (IRE) 6-9-00 Rosemary Wilkerson & Partners MichaelBlanshard
240100-4 PHILHARMONIC 6-9-00 R Cowie Richard Fahey
GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2007
RACENEWS RACECOURSE SERVICE
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2
FIRST RACE WINNING QUOTES
LILLIE LANGTRY FILLIES’ STAKES
CALYPSO ON HIGH
Owner-breeder Philip Newton was delighted to pick up black type with Hi Calypso when the daughter of In The Wings came late to score by half a length in the Group 3 Lillie Langtry Fillies’ Stakes.
“She’s a very progressive filly and this is terrific,” said Newton, who has had horses for 30 years and has three mares at Eydon Hall Stud in Northamptonshire and two in America.
“I thought she was travelling a lot better here than when she won at Salisbury last time and the ride was another piece of Ryan Moore genius.
“It’s great to have bred her and (Eydon Hall Stud’s manager) Terry Campbell always said she was something very nice from the start.
“She was rated 86 and won two handicaps and there was no point going for another handicap - she could have run here yesterday but probably wouldn’t have won - and just try and pick up £50,000 or so. But this win puts a price on her, her dam and everything in the family forever.
“But she’ll keep going - I want to race, that’s the fun of it for me and it takes a long time to get a good horse.”
Jockey Ryan Moore added: “I didn’t want to get there too soon and thought she might want softer ground. It was maybe not a very strong Group 3 but that doesn’t matter now.
“She's real progressive, isn't she? I think we've found her trip. She doesn't travel great early, but as soon as she started quickening up she always felt good, and I always felt she was going to get up.”
A shower of rain passed over as the opening race on day three of Glorious Goodwood was taking place, making the turf a little slippery following recent sunshine.
Among jockeys who rode in the first, winner Ryan Moore said: “It’s good, and a little slippery on the bend.”
Richard Quinn said: “It’s good ground.”
Jamie Spencer and Tom Queally said: “It’s good.”
Richard Hughes said: “It’s quick, and a little bit slippery.”
WANNABE A WINNER, NOT SECOND
John Dunlop found little consolation in the runner-up spot after his Wannabe Posh had finished second in the opening race.
Dunlop said: “It’s extremely irritating to come second, although she appreciated the extra distance. The weights were slightly different, which didn’t help, but she’s run a great race.”
James Given, trainer of third-placed Trick Or Treat, said: “It just goes to show that her run at Cork we can handily put behind us. She just didn’t travel over well enough, and then the Lancashire Oaks [at Newmarket] was a very muddling race - the winner won well, but the form has to be treated as suspicious.
“The step up in trip has helped her and we were determined to make sure there was a good gallop. Tom’s come in and said he perhaps should have gone half a stride quicker in the middle of the race. We’re delighted with a bit more black type - she’s won a Listed race and now placed in a Group Three. She’s in the Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster, but also in the Yorkshire Oaks and she might have a crack at a Group 1 in that.”
Race 2 - Audi Stakes (Registered as the King George Stakes)
HULL’S HORSE SINKS RIVALS
Ron Hull, who has three horses in training with Thirsk-based Bryan Smart, watched as 10/1 chance Moorhouse Lad carried his colours to victory in the five-furlong Group Three Audi Stakes, winning well by two lengths. The winner was ridden by champion jockey Ryan Moore who had also taken the first and thus was gaining a 43/1 double.
Smart was at home watching the race on television, but Hull, who runs a recycling business near Rotherham in Yorkshire, said: “We knew he was a good horse with plenty of speed. Ryan said he is one of the fastest horses he’s ridden.
“Moorhouse Lad has been with Bryan since December last year, and this win is all down to him. He’s worked wonders with the horse.
“There’s talk about the Nunthorpe Stakes next, but Bryan will have his plan.”
Hull is hoping for a cross-country double - his Steel Silk runs in today’s 4.20 race at Nottingham.
Moore said: "He's probably one of the fastest I've ever ridden. He showed great speed out of the gates. He travelled all the way until about the two-pole, and when I gave him a dig one and a half out he quickened up really well. He's pretty good you know."
SECOND RACE PLACED QUOTES
AUDI STAKES (GROUP 3)
RAIN MAY HAVE COST ENTICING
Trainer William Haggas’s wife Maureen felt the light rain that had fallen on Goodwood may have lost Enticing any chance she had of winning the Group 3 Audi Stakes, in which she finished two-lengths second to Moorhouse Lad.
“I think the rain beat us. I know it was very little but she wants it fast and Jamie (Spencer) said the ground was turning under her feet,” said Mrs Haggas.
“She actually almost didn’t get home on that ground but has run a nice race. She’s not that easy, there are just a few things you need to get right but next year she should hopefully be the finished article.
“Last time we thought she would trot up at Ayr but she came in season an hour before the race - that’s another thing you have to get right.
“The Nunthorpe is where we’ll be going but she wants fast ground, which is unusual for a Pivotal.”
David Nicholls, trainer of third-placed Tax Free, felt it was an excellent renewal of the Group 3 event.
“It’s actually probably Tax Free’s best run because of the penalties he was carrying - he was giving the winner 5lb and the second 11lb on the weight-for-age scale.
“They’ve come home in a great time and they were all good horses up there, with Wi Dud in fourth.
“There’s a race in Ireland for him, then one in France and he’ll then go for the Abbaye.”
THIRD RACE WINNING QUOTES
ABN AMRO GOODWOOD CUP (GROUP 2)
ALLEGRETTO BRINGS MOORE GLORY
Jockey Ryan Moore made it three wins from three rides today after completing a 395/1 treble when landing the feature ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup aboard the Cheveley Park Stud-owned filly Allegretto.
Moore waited patiently before asking his mount for her effort close to home, prevailing by half a length from Veracity.
“She’s a tough, game filly,” said Cheveley Park Stud’s managing director Chris Richardson. “We put a visor on to wake her up at Sandown when she won the Henry II Stakes but at Ascot last time I don’t think she stayed but she just pulled the bit and didn’t let go.
“After Ascot we thought that if she could come here and win that would be her swansong - she’d have won two Group 2s and could come back to the stud.
“There’s nothing of her but she has a fantastic pedigree and is a lovely mare for the future.”
Moore added: “They went a good pace and she’s very honest - she got stuck in and is so game. She stayed well and the stronger pace suited her.
“I was a bit further back than I’d planned because they went very fast but she switched off and I gave her a chance to come good and she made good headway in the straight.
“I came wide because the horses on the inside were dying, that’s just the way the race panned out.
“She was very lazy last year and we put the visor on, but she’s not been like that this year - she has really progressed from three to four. I think the visor probably buzzed her up too much ar Ascot.
“It’s my first treble at Glorious Goodwood and to ride the winner of any race here is nice but three in a day is great.
“I’ve been getting good rides and riding for people like Sir Michael Stoute and Richard Hannon I should be riding winners, shouldn’t I? But winning the championship is not possible this year but I’d like to get to 100 winners.”
Coral Pritchard-Gordon, partner of winning trainer Sir Michael Stoute, added: “She’s done it really nicely when she was asked to quicken and Ryan has given her such a relaxed ride.”
Race 3 - ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup
LEGER NEXT FOR VERACITY
Veracity, the only three-year-old in today’s ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup, beat all bar one rival in his bid for victory. His rider Philip Robinson put up 1lb overweight.
Allegretto proved half a length too good, but Veracity did not let his connections down, fighting right to the line and holding third-placed Finalmente by three-quarters of a length.
Michael Jarvis, who trains the runner-up for Sheikh Mohammed, said: “He’s a dour stayer. We are delighted with him.
“It’s a tough race for three-year-olds and not too many run it - although they used to. I wanted to run this horse in the Ebor, but even though he’s on a mark of 95 he probably wouldn’t get in, so we ran here instead.
“With Sheikh Mohammed’s agreement he’ll now run in the St Leger [sponsored by Ladbrokes]. It’s a shorter trip, but Doncaster has a long straight so the track should suit him. He’s improving all the time and has come on since Ascot.”
Veracity was given a 16-1 quote for the St Leger by the sponsors, while Paddy Power offer 14-1.
Neville Callaghan is now eyeing the Doncaster Cup for Finalmente, who today wore cheekpieces for the first time. Callaghan said: “Had the race been over two and a quarter miles it would have suited us better, because he stays so well.
“He’s run a great race - fourth in the Gold Cup and now third here is very good. He wore cheekpieces, not because he’s ungenuine, but we felt we might have to be in front from a long way out. He’s as genuine as the day is long.”
FAVOURITE DISAPPOINTS IN THE ABN AMRO GOODWOOD CUP
Geordieland, the 6/4 favourite for the ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup, came with a good run in the straight only to find no extra from a furlong and a half out.
He finished fifth and his trainer Jamie Osborne commented: “I am very disappointed. Jamie (Spencer) said Geordieland was a bit keen through the race.
“The horse relaxed better at Ascot - and I don’t think he ever really found a rhythm and relaxed here properly and he paid for it in the last furlong.”
PAST WINNER DISTINCTION RETURNS PROMISINGLY
Distinction, the 2005 winner and off the course for over a year, raced prominently until fading to finish seventh.
His rider Jimmy Fortune commented: “He has run a nice race - they probably went a bit steady for him. He had every chance two and a half furlongs out and just got tired.”
Coral Pritchard-Gordon, trainer Sir Michael Stoute’s partner, added: “We were thrilled with him because he seems to have shown his old sparkle but just got tired which you would expect on this ground.”
Race 4 - Alphameric Vase (Heritage Handicap)
IT’S NO PIPEDREAM FOR CHEVELEY PARK STUD
Cheveley Park Stud was a name to follow at Glorious Goodwood today when it completed a double thanks to Pipedreamer in this heritage handicap.
Managing director Chris Richardson, who had just collected the trophy following Allegretto’s win in the ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup, was quickly back in action for another prize-giving. Cheveley Park Stud, which is based in Newmarket and owned by David and Patricia Thompson, bred Pipedreamer out of the mare Follow A Dream after mating her with the stallion Selkirk.
Winning trainer John Gosden was absent, but Richardson said: “At Newmarket [when the colt finished fourth] we were disappointed, but he ran a little too freely and I think he’s the sort of horse that likes to be buried in the pack.
“He likes top of the ground and he’s improving. Martin [Dwyer] switched him off and gave him a lovely ride.
“He’s a typical Selkirk in that he does sweat a little, but he’s a lovely horse, a big horse and we’ve liked the way he’s been coming together. It’s been a great day.”
Martin Dwyer said: “It’s nice to have a winner and for something go right. They went quick and I had plenty of time to get through. When you’re travelling that well it’s easy to get there.”
FIFTH RACE WINNING QUOTES
DE BOER HANDICAP
FOUR-TIMER FOR MOORE AFTER SITTING ON DOCOFTHEBAY
A dream afternoon for jockey Ryan Moore continued when he rode his fourth winner from four rides at cumulative odds of 1,979/1 after landing the De Boer Handicap on Docofthebay, trained by Jamie Osborne.
“He’s not an easy horse but was ridden by an inspired jock - he needed someone riding with a lot of confidence,” said Osborne. “Mind you I think Ryan owed me that after the ride he gave Cee Bargara at Newmarket on Friday night.
“This was really the plan. We gave him a trial over seven furlongs at Ascot to see whether we should come here and any valuable handicaps over seven or a mile will be on his agenda, there are not many valuable ones around.
“But he’s had a fairly busy year and I hope he’ll stay in training next year when he could be the type for the Royal Hunt Cup.”
Osborne was philosophical after the defeat of favourite Geordieland in the ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup. “He ran a bit keen and whenever he has run well he has been relaxed in the first part of the race. You won’t see out the trip when running that keen.
“It’s very disappointing but I’m not going to panic because he’s done that before. I hadn’t planned to go to the Lonsdale at York but that could be on the cards now - a track like that with an easier rhythm might suit.”
SIXTH RACE QUOTES
EBF NEW HAM MAIDEN STAKES
CELTIC COMES HOME TO SILENCE FROM PUNTERS
The Ralph Beckett-trained Celtic Slipper sprang a 33/1 surprise for owner-breeder Peter Savill to take the EBF New Ham Maiden by a length and a quarter from 5/2 favourite Badalona.
“She’s a nice filly but has her own ideas and the staff have done a good job at home,” said Beckett. “There’s no sign of any temperament, she just likes her own way.
“Things went our way today but I usually have no luck here, I’d previously had two winners here in seven years - I have a better record at Hamilton! It wasn’t a complete surprise as my two-year-old fillies have just started to click, I had one touched off in the first at Nottingham, but realistically I didn’t think she could beat some of these fillies from big yards.
“She’s only the second horse I’ve had for Mr Savill and has the pedigree to do well, she’s from the family of Celtic Silence. She has no smart entries but I might have to look at some of the races that have still to close.”
Badalona’s trainer Michael Bell said: “She ran a good race, Jamie (Spencer) said she was still a bit fresh but hopefully she’ll be a nice filly one day.
“She’s very genuine and easy to train and we’ll try and find a slot for her in three or four weeks then hopefully step her up in grade.”
Jockey Luke Morris picked up a three-day ban for careless riding aboard Misaro in the concluding race. The suspension will take place from August 13 to 15.
Race 7 - Audi Q7 Cup Stakes (Handicap) - Winning Quotes
CONTINENT SHOWS AGE IS NO BARRIER
Ten-year-old Continent, a dual Group 1 winner five years ago, rewound the winning moments when capturing the closing race on day three of Glorious Goodwood, the Audi Q7 Handicap over five furlongs.
Trained by Dandy Nicholls since he was four, Continent has slowly descended in class over the years, but has been in fine form this year, adding today’s victory to one he gained at Thirsk in June.
Of Continent, Nicholls said: “What can you say about him? He’s taken us around the world. Someone said I should retire him, but how can you retire a lad like him? He’s full of himself, well in himself and occasionally cream rises to the top.
“He’s a superstar, and a credit to Ben Beasley, our head man, and Clare who rides him and Jimmy who looks after him. I’ve just got the licence and talk to you lads, but the backroom staff at home are the most important.
“He’s getting older, but I wouldn’t want to play football against the likes of George Best and Paul Gascoigne. At the moment he won’t be retiring. He won’t get in races like the Ayr Gold Cup, but maybe we’ll look at the Silver Cup.”
Nicholls also ran unplaced Indian Trail in today’s race, and plans to run the seven-year-old again tomorrow in the Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Handicap, a consolation race for Saturday’s prestigious Blue Square.Com Stewards’ Cup. Nicholls said: “He was unlucky today, but that’s the way you have to ride him. Maybe he’ll get lucky tomorrow. He’s not going home.”
GOING NEWS AT 10AM
After a dry night the going has been slightly changed to
GOOD, GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES ON THE ROUND COURSE
Seamus Buckley, Goodwood’s clerk of the course, said: “There is a possibility of some showers coming into the area mid-morning today and moving away by lunchtime.
“The temporary rail for the last three furlongs (from the three-furlong marker to the winning post) on the far side of the straight was moved after racing last night and this has provided a lovely fresh strip of ground for today’s racing.
“The course is standing up extremely well considering the amount of runners we have this week - if the trend continues the record for the number of runners at the meeting looks set to be easily broken.”
The Turftrax GoingStick reading is 8.7, compared to 8.2 yesterday and Buckley added: “The Turftrax GoingStick has been invaluable to me this week as a guide to assessing the going and I’m sure the readings must be of great value to the racing press and public.
“It’s high time that the whole of the racing industry gave this vital piece of equipment full support.”
GEORDIELAND READY TO NUKE BOOKIES
The Jamie Osborne-trained Geordieland was the punters’ pick for victory in the ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup (3.25), when betting offices opened this morning.
Second in Royal Ascot’s Gold Cup on his latest appearance, the grey six-year-old was soon being shortened in the market - VC Bet trimmed him to 9-4 from 5-2, while William Hill went 2-1 from 9-4.
In the following contest, the Alphameric Vase (4.00), the Roger Charlton-trained Proponent has been popular - VC Bet and Blue Square cut him to 7-1 from 10-1, while William Hill were also forced to make a three-point cut, to 6-1 from 9-1. Stan James was another bookie to find punters were proponents of Proponent, and sliced his price to 13-2 from 10-1, while Blue Square also shortened Buccellati (to 9-1 from 14-1).
Players Please was another in-demand horse in this event - the Mark Johnston-trained colt was reduced in price from 20-1 to 14-1 with VC Bet, and to 12-1 from 16-1 with William Hill, while the latter firm also cut Urban Spirit, shortening him to 14-1 from 20-1.
Meanwhile, in the Audi Stakes (2.50), Cashmans report interest in Prime Defender, the Barry Hills-trained colt whose price they cut to 6-1 from 8-1. Blue Square had two movers in this race - Moorhouse Lad (14-1 from 18-1) and The Jobber (20-1 from 25-1).
GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2007
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THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2
FIRST RACE RESULT
2.15pm LILLIE LANGTRY FILLIES’ STAKES
Class 1, Group 3, £50,000 Guaranteed. For 3yo+ fillies & mares, 1m 6f. Weights: 3yo 8st 7lb; 4yo+ 9st 6lb. Penalties: after September 1, 2006, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb; of a Group 2 race 5lb; of a Group 1 race 7lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties). Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 13lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £28,390; 2nd: £10,760; 3rd: £5,385; 4th: £2,685; 5th: £1,345; 6th: £675
1) HI CALYPSO (Philip Newton) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-07 Ryan Moore  3/1 Jt Fav
2) WANNABE POSH (Nicholas Cooper) John Dunlop 4-9-06 Eddie Ahern  3/1 Jt Fav
3) TRICK OR TREAT (Peter Onslow) James Given 4-9-06 Tom Queally  7/1
4) BRISK BREEZE (Ennismore Racing I) Henry Cecil 3-8-07 Ted Durcan 
5) PENTATONIC (Helena Springfield Ltd) Luca Cumani 4-9-06 Jamie Spencer 
6) OH GLORY BE (Ian Wright) Richard Hannon 4-9-06 Richard Hughes 
7) HIGH HEEL SNEAKERS (Mr & Mrs Chris Wright, Paul Cole) Paul Cole 4-9-06 Richard Quinn 
8) ALAMBIC (Lady O’Reilly) Sir Mark Prescot 4-9-06 Seb Sanders 
Time: 3m 02.47s Distances: .5, 1.5, .75, 2.5, 1.5, 4, 1.5
Breeder: Philip Newton Breeding: b f In The Wings - Threefold (USA) (Gulch (USA))
Tote Win: £4.10 Places: £1.60; £1.30; £2.70 Exacta: £9.50
Winning trainer:-Name: Stoute, Sir Michael Ronald Date of birth:22/10/45 Date of first licence: 1972 First Winner: Sandal, Newmarket, April 28, 1972, Turn Of The Lands Handicap. Previous Occupation: Served with Pat Rohan, Doug Smith and Tom Jones British Classic wins: (13) 1000 Guineas (1989 Musical Bliss, 2003 Russian Rhythm), 2000 Guineas (1985 Shadeed, 1988 Doyoun, 1997 Entrepreneur, 2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Vodafone Derby (1981 Shergar, 1986 Shahrastani, 2003 Kris Kin, 2004 North Light), 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 (1981 -Shergar, 1983 Shareef Dancer, 1986 Shahrastani), Irish Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia, 1986 Colorspin, 1987 Unite, 1988 Melodist, 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka), Champion Stakes (2000 Kalanisi), Cheveley Park Stakes (1980 Marwell; 1994 Gay Gallanta; 2000 Regal Rose), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1992 Saddler’s Hall, 1993 Opera House, 1997 Singspiel, 2000 Daliapour), Coral-Eclipse (1993 Opera House; 1994 Ezzoud;1997 Pilsudski, 2001 Medicean), Dubai World Cup (Singspiel 1997), Falmouth Stakes (1983 Royal Heroine, 1986 and 1987 Sonic Lady, 1998 Lovers Knot), Fillies’ Mile (1985 Untold), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (2007 Mountain High), Japan Cup (1996 Singspiel, 1997 Pilsudski), Juddmonte International Stakes (1993 & 1994 Ezzoud; 1997 Singspiel; 2006 Notnowcato), July Cup (1981 Marwell; 1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1981 Shergar; 1993 Opera House, 2002 Golan), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1977 Temple First, 1984 Optimistic Lass, 1990 Kartajana, 1994 Hawajiss, 2002 Islington, 2003 Russian Rhythm, 2004 Favourable Terms), Prix de l’Opera (1983 Royal Heroine, 1985 Bella Colora, 2000 Petrushka, 2003 Zee Zee Top), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1985 Shadeed; 1987 Milligram; 1989 Zilzal), Racing Post Trophy (2000 Dilshaan), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), Sussex Stakes (1986 Sonic Lady; 1989 Zilzal; 1998 Among Men), Yorkshire Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia; 1985 Sally Brown; 1986 Untold; 1990 Hellenic; 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka, 2002 and 2003 Islington) Wins in a season (1984-2006): 96: 120: 76: 105: 99: 116: 78: 83: 74: 65: 109: 73: 73: 84: 79: 81: 91: 75: 104: 115: 87: 95; 107 Horses in training (1985-2007): 145: 142: 142: 170: 186: 191: n\a: 171: 147: 157 : 159: 159: 162: 162: 173: 190: 185: 181: 190: 184: 189: n/a; n/a Wins in 2007: 58 Royal Ascot Wins: 56 First Royal Ascot winner: Etienne Gerard (June 15, 1977 - Jersey Stakes) Trains at Freemason Lodge, Newmarket First Goodwood winner: Alphadamus (July 31, 1973 - Stewards’ Cup) Total Goodwood Wins: 130 (59 at July Meeting)
Winning Jockey :- Name: Moore, Ryan Lee Born: September 18, 1983 Other Details: Apprenticed to Richard Hannon having previously been with his father Gary at Woodingdean in Brighton. Champion jockey for the first time in 2006 with 180 winners. Suffered a complex fracture of his right arm in a fall at Lingfield on March 16, 2007, and missed three months of the season. First winner: Mersey Beat (Land Rover Defender Amateur Riders’ Handicap Hurdle, Towcester, May 15, 2000) First Group One Win: Notnowcato (2006 Juddmonte International Stakes) Major Wins: Celebration Mile (2005 Chic); totesport Cesarewitch (2002 Miss Fara); Dubai International Airport World Trophy (2004, 2005 The Tatling); Coral-Eclipse Stakes (2007 Notnowcato); Fred Darling Stakes (2006 Nasheej); Further Flight Stakes (2006 Frank Sonata); Geoffrey Freer Stakes (2006 Admiral’s Cruise); Henry II Stakes (2006 Tungsten Strike); Juddmonte International Stakes (2006 Notnowcato); Lancashire Oaks (2006 Allegretto); Mill Reef Stakes (2004 Galeota); Skybet York Stakes (2006 Best Alibi); Steventon Stakes (2006 Tam Lin); totesport.com Winter Hill Stakes (2006 Tam Lin), £250,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes (2006 Caldra) Number of Wins 2002-06: 39; 59 (champion apprentice); 132; 120; 180 (champion jockey) Wins in 2007: 42 First Goodwood win: Barbason (The News Amateur Riders’ H’cap, June 9, 2000) Goodwood winners: 43 (6 at July Meeting)
SECOND RACE RESULT
2.50pm AUDI STAKES
Class 1, Group 3, £50,000 Guaranteed. For 3yo+, 5f. Weights: 3yo colts & geldings 8st 11lb; fillies 8st 8lb; 4yo+ colts & geldings 9st; fillies 8st 11lb. Penalties: after September 1, 2006, a winner of a Group 3 race 5lb; of a Group 2 race 8lb; of a Group 1 race 10lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties). Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 3lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £28,390; 2nd: £10,760; 3rd: £5,385; 4th: £2,685; 5th: £1,345; 6th: £675
1) MOORHOUSE LAD (Ron Hull) Bryan Smart 4-9-00 Ryan Moore  10/1
2) ENTICING (Lael Stable) William Haggas 3-8-08 Jamie Spencer  7/2 Fav
3) TAX FREE (Ian Hewitson) David Nicholls 5-9-05 Adrian Nicholls  7/1
4) WI DUD (John Duddy, L Duddy, P McBride, E Duffy) Kevin Ryan 3-8-11 Neil Callan 
5) PRIME DEFENDER (S Falle, M Franklin, J Sumision) Barry Hills 3-8-11 Michael Hills 
6) THE JOBBER (Rosemary Wilkerson & Partners) Michael Blanshard 6-9-00 Johnny Murtagh 
7) THE TATLING (Dab Hand Racing) Milton Bradley 10-9-00 Darryll Holland 
8) BOND CITY (Reg Bond) Geoff Oldroyd 5-9-00 Seb Sanders 
9) TAWAASSOL (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Sir Michael Stoute t4-9-00 Richard Hills 
10) TERENTIA (Dr Hugh Jones) Ed McMahon 4-8-11 Richard Mullen 
11) DESERT LORD (Bull & Bell Partnership) Kevin Ryan b7-9-10 Daragh O'Donohoe 
12) DAZED AND AMAZED (Mrs R Ablett) Richard Hannon 3-8-11 Richard Hughes 
13) TURN ON THE STYLE (The Haydock Badgeholders) John Balding b5-9-00 Paul Hanagan 
14) CELTIC MILL (Peter Asquith) David Barker p9-9-00 Jimmy Fortune 
15) AJIGOLO (Timberhill Racing Partnership) Mick Channon 4-9-00 Hugh Bowman 
16) CLASSIC ENCOUNTER (Khalifa Dasmal) David Simcock b1 4-9-00 Fergus Sweeney 
17) FREE ROSES (James Given) James Given 4-8-11 Tom Queally 
Time: 57.32s Distances: 2, nk, .5, nk, .5, 1.5, nk, nk, .5, hd, 3, sh, nk, 1, 3.5, 1
Breeder: Peter Onslow Breeding: b g Bertolini (USA) - Record Time (Clantime)
Tote Win: £12.60 Places: £4.00; £2.00; £2.20 Exacta: £65.60
Winning Jockey :- Name: Moore, Ryan Lee Born: September 18, 1983 Other Details: Apprenticed to Richard Hannon having previously been with his father Gary at Woodingdean in Brighton. Champion jockey for the first time in 2006 with 180 winners. Suffered a complex fracture of his right arm in a fall at Lingfield on March 16, 2007, and missed three months of the season. First winner: Mersey Beat (Land Rover Defender Amateur Riders’ Handicap Hurdle, Towcester, May 15, 2000) First Group One Win: Notnowcato (2006 Juddmonte International Stakes) Major Wins: Celebration Mile (2005 Chic); totesport Cesarewitch (2002 Miss Fara); Dubai International Airport World Trophy (2004, 2005 The Tatling); Coral-Eclipse Stakes (2007 Notnowcato); Fred Darling Stakes (2006 Nasheej); Further Flight Stakes (2006 Frank Sonata); Geoffrey Freer Stakes (2006 Admiral’s Cruise); Henry II Stakes (2006 Tungsten Strike); Juddmonte International Stakes (2006 Notnowcato); Lancashire Oaks (2006 Allegretto); Mill Reef Stakes (2004 Galeota); Skybet York Stakes (2006 Best Alibi); Steventon Stakes (2006 Tam Lin); totesport.com Winter Hill Stakes (2006 Tam Lin), £250,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes (2006 Caldra) Number of Wins 2002-06: 39; 59 (champion apprentice); 132; 120; 180 (champion jockey) Wins in 2007: 43 First Goodwood win: Barbason (The News Amateur Riders’ H’cap, June 9, 2000) Goodwood winners: 44 (7 at July Meeting)
Winning trainer:-Name: Smart, Bryan Date of birth: 26/11/56 Riding career: Amateur & Professional - first jockey to Jenny Pitman 1973-81: rode approx 200 winners Date of first trainer’s licence: 1985/6 season - Head lad to Jenny Pitman Trains at Hambleton House, Sutton Bank, Thirsk, North Yorkshire Horses in training (1987-2007): 14; 28; 33; 32; 17; 13; 18; 22: 22: 30:30: 30: 42: 58:55:46:63:74:81:91; 72 Wins in a season (1993-2006): 3:2:10:11:6:11:17:9:27:27:39:27:35; 31 Classic Winners: French Oaks (1996 Sil Sila) Major races won: Duke Of York Stakes (2004 Monsieur Bond), Free Handicap (2006 Misu Bond), St Leger Yearling Stakes (1998 Boomerang Blade), Totepool Two-year-old Trophy (2005 Misu Bond) Vodafone Stewards Cup (2002 Bond Boy), Audi Stakes (2007 Moorhouse Lad) Royal Ascot Wins: (3) Windsor Castle Stakes (2005 Titus Alone); Coventry Stakes (2006 Hellvelyn); Chesham Stakes (2007 Maze) First Royal Ascot winner: Windsor Castle Stakes (2005 Titus Alone) Wins in 2007: 30 First Goodwood winner: Polly Peculiar (14/9/96) Total Goodwood wins: 6 (2 at July Meeting)
THIRD RACE RESULT
3.25pm ABN AMRO GOODWOOD CUP
Class 1, Group 2, £100,000 Guaranteed. For 3yo+, 2m. Weights: 3yo colts & geldings 8st 4lb; fillies 8st 1lb; 4yo+ colts & geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st 2lb. Penalties: after September 1, 2006, a winner of a Group 2 race 3lb; of a Group1 race 5lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties). Weight for age: 3yo from 4yo+ 15lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £56,780; 2nd: £21,520; 3rd: £10,770; 4th: £5,370; 5th: £2,690; 6th: £1,350
1) ALLEGRETTO (Cheveley Park Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 4-9-05 Ryan Moore  8/1
2) VERACITY (Sheikh Mohammed) Michael Jarvis 3-8-05 (1lb ow) Philip Robinson  10/1
3) FINALMENTE (Edward Kirtland) Neville Callaghan p5-9-05 Johnny Murtagh  16/1
4) BALKAN KNIGHT (Raymond Tooth) David Elsworth 7-9-05 John Egan 
5) GEORDIELAND (Mountgrange Stud) Jamie Osborne 6-9-05 Jamie Spencer  6/4 F
6) TUNGSTEN STRIKE (John Connolly) Amanda Perrett 6-9-05 Darryll Holland 
7) DISTINCTION (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd) Sir Michael Stoute 8-9-05 Jimmy Fortune 
8) BULWARK (Hesmonds Stud) Amanda Perrett eb5-9-05 Jim Crowley 
9) LAND 'N STARS (Paul Blows) Richard Fahey 7-9-05 Paul Doe 
10) FALPIASE (Andrea & Graham Wylie) Howard Johnson 5-9-05 Eddie Ahern 
11) GREENWICH MEANTIME (K Lee, D Barlow, B Crumbley & L Rutherford) Richard Fahey 7-9-05 Paul Hanagan 
12) FOXHAVEN (Ann Jenkins) Patrick Chamings 5-9-05 Neil Callan 
13) BADDAM (Noel Martin) Mick Channon 5-9-05 Ian Mongan 
14) RAYHANI (Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum ) Marcus Tregoning 4-9-05 Martin Dwyer 
15) BAIZICALLY (Mountgrange Stud) Jamie Osborne 4-9-05 Tom Queally 
Time: 3m 25.61s Distances: .5, .75, 5, 1.75, 2.5, .5, nk, 1, nk, .5, 2.5, 6, dist, dist
Breeder: Kirsten Rausing & Airlie Stud Breeding: ch f Galileo (IRE) - Alleluia (Caerleon)
Tote Win: £10.40 Places: £3.00; £3.10; £5.70 Exacta: £128.30
Winning trainer:-Name: Stoute, Sir Michael Ronald Date of birth:22/10/45 Date of first licence: 1972 First Winner: Sandal, Newmarket, April 28, 1972, Turn Of The Lands Handicap. Previous Occupation: Served with Pat Rohan, Doug Smith and Tom Jones British Classic wins: (13) 1000 Guineas (1989 Musical Bliss, 2003 Russian Rhythm), 2000 Guineas (1985 Shadeed, 1988 Doyoun, 1997 Entrepreneur, 2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Vodafone Derby (1981 Shergar, 1986 Shahrastani, 2003 Kris Kin, 2004 North Light), 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 (1981 -Shergar, 1983 Shareef Dancer, 1986 Shahrastani), Irish Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia, 1986 Colorspin, 1987 Unite, 1988 Melodist, 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka), Champion Stakes (2000 Kalanisi), Cheveley Park Stakes (1980 Marwell; 1994 Gay Gallanta; 2000 Regal Rose), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1992 Saddler’s Hall, 1993 Opera House, 1997 Singspiel, 2000 Daliapour), Coral-Eclipse (1993 Opera House; 1994 Ezzoud;1997 Pilsudski, 2001 Medicean), Dubai World Cup (Singspiel 1997), Falmouth Stakes (1983 Royal Heroine, 1986 and 1987 Sonic Lady, 1998 Lovers Knot), Fillies’ Mile (1985 Untold), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (2007 Mountain High), Japan Cup (1996 Singspiel, 1997 Pilsudski), Juddmonte International Stakes (1993 & 1994 Ezzoud; 1997 Singspiel; 2006 Notnowcato), July Cup (1981 Marwell; 1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1981 Shergar; 1993 Opera House, 2002 Golan), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1977 Temple First, 1984 Optimistic Lass, 1990 Kartajana, 1994 Hawajiss, 2002 Islington, 2003 Russian Rhythm, 2004 Favourable Terms), Prix de l’Opera (1983 Royal Heroine, 1985 Bella Colora, 2000 Petrushka, 2003 Zee Zee Top), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1985 Shadeed; 1987 Milligram; 1989 Zilzal), Racing Post Trophy (2000 Dilshaan), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1986 Green Desert; 1987 Ajdal), Sussex Stakes (1986 Sonic Lady; 1989 Zilzal; 1998 Among Men), Yorkshire Oaks (1978 Fair Salinia; 1985 Sally Brown; 1986 Untold; 1990 Hellenic; 1995 Pure Grain, 2000 Petrushka, 2002 and 2003 Islington) Wins in a season (1984-2006): 96: 120: 76: 105: 99: 116: 78: 83: 74: 65: 109: 73: 73: 84: 79: 81: 91: 75: 104: 115: 87: 95; 107 Horses in training (1985-2007): 145: 142: 142: 170: 186: 191: n\a: 171: 147: 157 : 159: 159: 162: 162: 173: 190: 185: 181: 190: 184: 189: n/a; n/a Wins in 2007: 59 Royal Ascot Wins: 56 First Royal Ascot winner: Etienne Gerard (June 15, 1977 - Jersey Stakes) Trains at Freemason Lodge, Newmarket First Goodwood winner: Alphadamus (July 31, 1973 - Stewards’ Cup) Total Goodwood Wins: 131 (60 at July Meeting)
Winning Jockey :- Name: Moore, Ryan Lee Born: September 18, 1983 Other Details: Apprenticed to Richard Hannon having previously been with his father Gary at Woodingdean in Brighton. Champion jockey for the first time in 2006 with 180 winners. Suffered a complex fracture of his right arm in a fall at Lingfield on March 16, 2007, and missed three months of the season. First winner: Mersey Beat (Land Rover Defender Amateur Riders’ Handicap Hurdle, Towcester, May 15, 2000) First Group One Win: Notnowcato (2006 Juddmonte International Stakes) Major Wins: Celebration Mile (2005 Chic); totesport Cesarewitch (2002 Miss Fara); Dubai International Airport World Trophy (2004, 2005 The Tatling); Coral-Eclipse Stakes (2007 Notnowcato); Fred Darling Stakes (2006 Nasheej); Further Flight Stakes (2006 Frank Sonata); Geoffrey Freer Stakes (2006 Admiral’s Cruise); Henry II Stakes (2006 Tungsten Strike); Juddmonte International Stakes (2006 Notnowcato); Lancashire Oaks (2006 Allegretto); Mill Reef Stakes (2004 Galeota); Skybet York Stakes (2006 Best Alibi); Steventon Stakes (2006 Tam Lin); totesport.com Winter Hill Stakes (2006 Tam Lin), £250,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes (2006 Caldra), ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup (2007 Allegretto) Number of Wins 2002-06: 39; 59 (champion apprentice); 132; 120; 180 (champion jockey) Wins in 2007: 44 First Goodwood win: Barbason (The News Amateur Riders’ H’cap, June 9, 2000) Goodwood winners: 45 (8 at July Meeting)
FOURTH RACE RESULT
4.00pm ALPHAMERIC VASE
Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £100,000 Guaranteed. For 3yo, 1m 1f 192yds. Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 7lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after July 21, each race won 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £62,320; 2nd: £18,660; 3rd: £9,330; 4th: £4,670; 5th: £2,330; 6th: £1,170
1) PIPEDREAMER (Cheveley Park Stud) John Gosden 3-8-04 Martin Dwyer  11/2 Fav
2) MR AVIATOR (Sue Brendish) Richard Hannon 3-7-12 Francis Norton  9/1
3) SIX OF DIAMONDS (Booth, Durkan, Mountgrange & Wood Hall Studs) Jamie Osborne 3-7-12 David Kinsella  20/1
4) PLAYERS PLEASE (Nick Browne) Mark Johnston 3-7-09 Liam Jones (3)  17/2
5) MANY VOLUMES (Khalid Abdulla) Henry Cecil 3-8-08 Richard Hughes 
6) BUCCELLATI (P C & Mrs J A McMahon) Andrew Balding v1 3-7-09 William Buick (3) 
7) PROPONENT (Bjorn Nielsen) Roger Charlton 3-8-05 Steve Drowne 
8) SMART INSTINCT (David & Jackie Knaggs) Richard Fahey 3-8-08 Paul Hanagan 
9) SMOKEY OAKEY (Judi Dench & Bryan Agar) Mark Tompkins 3-7-12 Jimmy Quinn 
10) EMERALD WILDERNESS (Mohammed Jaber) Ed Dunlop 3-7-08 Michael Geran (7) 
11) URBAN SPIRIT (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-7-12 Dale Gibson 
12) HALICARNASSUS (Box 41) Mick Channon 3-9-05 Hugh Bowman 
13) SAHRATI (Saeed Manana) Clive Brittain 3-8-04 Paul Doe 
14) LADIES BEST (Saeed Suhail) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-03 John Egan 
15) HEARTHSTEAD MAISON (Hearthstead Homes Ltd) Mark Johnston 3-9-04 Greg Fairley (3) 
16) AEGEAN PRINCE (Theobalds Stud) William Muir 3-7-12 Adrian McCarthy 
17) PRINCE OF ELEGANCE (Gloria Cloran & Sue Whitehead) Amanda Perrett 3-8-03 Joe Fanning 
17 ran Non-Runner: Pathos (Vet’s Certificate)
Time: 2m 05.87s Distances: 1.5, .5, .5, 1, hd, nk, hd, 1.5, hd, 1.5, 2.5, nk, nk, sh, 5, dist
Breeder: Cheveley Park Stud Limited Breeding: b c Selkirk (USA) - Follow A Dream (USA) (Gone West (USA))
Tote Win: £6.60 Places: £1.90; £3.00; £5.40; £3.00 Exacta: £79.50
Winning Trainer:-Name: Gosden, John Harry Martin Born: Hove, 30/3/51 Date of first trainer’s licence (Britain): 1988 (previously a leading trainer in USA, 1980-1988) Classic Winners: (3) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (2000 Lahan), Vodafone Derby (1997 Benny The Dip), St Leger (1996 Shantou), Wins in a season (1989-2006): 28; 87; 86; 113; 110; 93; 86; 75; 91; 77; 74; 82; 55; 85; 72; 66; 92; 56 First winner in Europe: Intimidate, Kempton, March 27, 1989 Other major wins include: Challenge Stakes (1993 Catrail, 2006 Sleeping Indian), Cheveley Park Stakes (1993 Prophecy), Falmouth Stakes (1997 Ryafan), Fillies’ Mile (2000 Crystal Music, 2004 Playful Act, 2005 Nannina), French 1,000 Guineas (1999 Valentine Waltz, 2002 Zenda), Geoffrey Freer Stakes (1995 Presenting), Gran Premio di Milano (1997 Shantou), Grosser Preis Von Baden (1992 Mashaallah), Haydock Sprint Cup (1993 Wolfhound), Hungerford Stakes (1994 Pollen Count - dh with Young Ern), Irish St Leger (1992 Mashaallah), Irish Champion Stakes (1993 Muhtarram), July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream), Lingfield Derby Trial (2004 Percussionist), Middle Park Stakes (2002 Oasis Dream), Nunthorpe Stakes (2003 Oasis Dream), Ormonde Stakes (2005 Day Flight), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1994 & 1995 Muhtarram, 1997 Shantou), Prix de l’Abbaye (1991Keen Hunter), Prix de la Foret (1992 Wolfhound, 2001 Mount Abu), Prix Marcel Boussac (1996 Ryafan, 2001 Sulk), Prix Jean Prat (1995 Torrential), Prix de la Salamandre (1995 Lord Of Men), Prix Lupin (1995 Flemensfirth), Prix Maurice de Gheest (2002 May Ball), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2000 Observatory), Royal Lodge Stakes (1996 Benny The Dip, 2002 Al Jadeed, 2005 Leo), Santa Anita Handicap (1983 Bates Motel), Sun Chariot Stakes (1991 Ristna), Lennox Stakes (2000 Observatory), European Free Handicap (2001 Clearing) Trains at Clarehaven Stables, Bury Road, Newmarket, Suffolk (previously at Manton and Newmarket) Wins in 2007: 35 Royal Ascot wins: 22 First Royal Ascot Win: Chicarica (June 21, 1990 - Chesham Stakes)First Goodwood winner: Thakib (Surplice Stakes, August 4, 1990) Total Goodwood wins: 101 (26 at July Meeting)
Winning Jockey:- Name: Dwyer, Martin Joseph Date of Birth: 28/06/75 Background: Raised in Liverpool, he joined Ian Balding aged 15 Based: Hungerford, Berks Classic Successes: (2) Vodafone Oaks (2003 Casual Look), Vodafone Derby (2006 Sir Percy) Big Race Wins: Bunbury Cup (2004 Material Witness), Canadian International (2003 Phoenix Reach), Cheshire Oaks (2002 Shadow Dancing), Cumberland Lodge Stakes (2004 High Accolade), Diomed Stakes (2004 Passing Glance), Dubai Sheema Classic (2005 Phoenix Reach), Goodwood Cup (2003 Persian Punch), Hong Kong Vase (2004 Phoenix Reach), Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Park Hill Stakes (2006 Rising Cross), Jockey Club Cup (2002 and 2003 Persian Punch), Newmarket Stakes (2002 Highdown), Predominate Stakes (2003 High Accolade, 2004 Manyana), Princess Elizabeth Stakes (2001 Sheppard’s Watch), Prix Guillaume d’Ornano (2002 Highdown), Royal Lodge Stakes (2003 Snow Ridge), Vintage Stakes (2005 Sir Percy), John Porter Stakes (2006 Mubtaker) Wins 1993-2006: 1; 6; 6; 36; 57; 46; 36; 61; 65; 104; 90; 82; 82; 90 Wins in 2007: 37 Other Details: Married to daughter of trainer William Muir First Goodwood winner: Ivory’s Dawn (Ambrose Harcourt’s Heart and Soul Handicap, June 13, 1997) Goodwood wins: 46 winners (8 at July Meeting)
FIFTH RACE RESULT
4.35pm DE BOER HANDICAP
Class 2, Handicap, £40,000 Guaranteed. For 3yo rated 0-100, 7f. Weights: highest weight 9st 7lb; minimum weight 8st 2lb. Penalties: after July 21, each race won 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £24,928; 2nd: £7,464; 3rd: £3,732; 4th: £1,868; 5th: £932; 6th: £468
1) DOCOFTHEBAY (Paul Dixon) Jamie Osborne 3-8-13 Ryan Moore  4/1
2) VITZNAU (Louis Stalder) Richard Hannon 3-8-13 Richard Hughes  9/1
3) SHMOOKH (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-9-07 Richard Hills  7/2 Fav
4) MISS LUCIFER (Gainsborough) Barry Hills 3-9-00 Michael Hills  8/1
4) TOMBI (Transcend Bloodstock LLP) Howard Johnson 3-8-09 Eddie Ahern  16/1
6) CESC (Keith & Brian Blackpool) Peter Makin 3-9-00 Richard Quinn 
7) YAROSLAV (Bjorn Nielsen) Roger Charlton b3-8-06 Steve Drowne 
8) SAMSONS SON (M Folan) John Best 3-8-08 (1lb ow) Dane O'Neill 
9) REGAL PARADE (Sheikh Mohammed) Mark Johnston 3-9-03 Joe Fanning 
10) KYLE (Noodles Racing) Richard Hannon 3-8-09 Pat Dobbs 
11) VOODOO MOON (Mrs R Dick) Mark Johnston 3-8-08 Greg Fairley (3) 
12) HEYWOOD (Sheikh Mohammed) Mick Channon 3-9-01 Hugh Bowman 
13) LOVE ON SIGHT (Ann Jarvis) Alan Jarvis 3-8-04 William Buick (3) 
14) TESLIN (Mr & Mrs D A Gamble) Brian Ellison 3-9-06 Johnny Murtagh 
15) RAINBOW MIRAGE (R L Bedding) Ed McMahon 3-8-12 Richard Mullen 
16) SOVIET PALACE (David Reilly) Kevin Ryan 3-8-09 Neil Callan 
Winning trainer:-Name: Osborne, Jamie Background: Former professional jump jockey Big Race Wins Include: Windsor Castle Stakes (2001 Irony & 2007 Drawnfromthepast), Milk It Mick (2003 Somerville Tattersall Stakes),Milk It Mick (2003 Dewhurst Stakes) First Group Race Victory: Milk It Mick (2003 Somerville Tattersall Stakes) Wins 2000-2006: 31; 48; 65; 48; 40; 27; 37 Wins in 2007: 35 First Royal Ascot winner: June 22, 2001 (Windsor Castle Stakes, Irony) Royal Ascot winners: (3) Windsor Castle Stakes (2001 Irony & 2007 Drawnfromthepast), Queen Alexandra Stakes (2007 Enjoy The Moment) First Goodwood winner: Tough Nut (2003 Tangmere Selling Stakes, May 30, 2002) Total Goodwood wins: 9 (1 at July Meeting)
Winning Jockey :- Name: Moore, Ryan Lee Born: September 18, 1983 Other Details: Apprenticed to Richard Hannon having previously been with his father Gary at Woodingdean in Brighton. Champion jockey for the first time in 2006 with 180 winners. Suffered a complex fracture of his right arm in a fall at Lingfield on March 16, 2007, and missed three months of the season. First winner: Mersey Beat (Land Rover Defender Amateur Riders’ Handicap Hurdle, Towcester, May 15, 2000) First Group One Win: Notnowcato (2006 Juddmonte International Stakes) Major Wins: Celebration Mile (2005 Chic); totesport Cesarewitch (2002 Miss Fara); Dubai International Airport World Trophy (2004, 2005 The Tatling); Coral-Eclipse Stakes (2007 Notnowcato); Fred Darling Stakes (2006 Nasheej); Further Flight Stakes (2006 Frank Sonata); Geoffrey Freer Stakes (2006 Admiral’s Cruise); Henry II Stakes (2006 Tungsten Strike); Juddmonte International Stakes (2006 Notnowcato); Lancashire Oaks (2006 Allegretto); Mill Reef Stakes (2004 Galeota); Skybet York Stakes (2006 Best Alibi); Steventon Stakes (2006 Tam Lin); totesport.com Winter Hill Stakes (2006 Tam Lin), £250,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes (2006 Caldra), ABN AMRO Goodwood Cup (2007 Allegretto) Number of Wins 2002-06: 39; 59 (champion apprentice); 132; 120; 180 (champion jockey) Wins in 2007: 45 First Goodwood win: Barbason (The News Amateur Riders’ H’cap, June 9, 2000) Goodwood winners: 46 (9 at July Meeting)
SIXTH RACE RESULT
5.05pm EUROPEAN BREEDERS’ FUND NEW HAM MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES
Class 2, £16,000 Guaranteed. For 2yo which are EBF eligible, 7f. Weights: 9st.Penalty Values: 1st: £10,363.20; 2nd: £3,083.20; 3rd: £1,540; 4th: £769.60
1) CELTIC SLIPPER (Peter Savill) Ralph Beckett 2-9-00 Seb Sanders  33/1
2) BADALONA (Sheikh Marwan Al Maktoum) Michael Bell 2-9-00 Jamie Spencer  5/2 Fav
3) PARK ROYAL (Sheikh Mohammed) Mark Johnston 2-9-00 Joe Fanning  12/1
4) DONA ALBA (Windflower Overseas Holdings Inc) John Dunlop 2-9-00 Eddie Ahern 
5) TOP VISION (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 2-9-00 Hugh Bowman 
6) LADY ZABEEN (Khalifa Dasmal) David Simcock 2-9-00 Neil Callan 
7) ARMURE (Sarah & Robin Leigh) Michael Jarvis 2-9-00 Philip Robinson 
8) LEMON N SUGAR (The Searchers) Jeremy Noseda 2-9-00 Johnny Murtagh 
9) BERRYNARBOR (Jayne Bramhill) Tony Newcombe 2-9-00 Fergus Sweeney 
10) BARAARI (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 2-9-00 Martin Dwyer 
11) POLITEIA (Justin Dowley & Michael Pescod) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Ryan Moore 
12) DREAM BEE (Mark & Anthony Burrell) Ed Dunlop 2-9-00 Dane O'Neill 
13) INFINITE PATIENCE (Fitri Hay) Stan Moore 2-9-00 John Egan 
14) AMHOOJ (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Marcus Tregoning 2-9-00 William Buick 
15) ZERKY (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop 2-9-00 Richard Hills 
16) KASHMINA (Jon & Julia Aisbitt) Mick Channon 2-9-00 Darryll Holland 
Non-Runners: Starfinch (Vet’s Certificate), Lush (Withdrawn not under starters order - Rue 4 deduction 10p in the pound on all winning bets)
Time: 1m 30.04s Distances: 1.25, nk, 1, 1.25, 1.75, 1, nk, nk, nk, nk, .5, hd, .5, 1.5, 1.5
Breeder: Peter Savill Breeding: b f Anabaa (USA) - Celtic Silhouette (FR) (Celtic Swing)
Tote Win: £43.50 Places: £9.50; £1.50; £4.90 Exacta: £210.00
Winning traner:-Name: Ralph Beckett Born: June 24, 1971 Based: Windsor House Stables, Lambourn (formerly home to Peter Walwyn from whom he rents his yard) Background: Cousin of Khalid Abdullah’s racing manager Teddy Grimthorpe and he has previously worked for Peter Walwyn, Martin Pipe, Arthur Moore, Jimmy FitzGerald, David Loder, Colin Hayes in Australia and Tom Skiffington in the USA Big Race Wins: Fred Darling Stakes (2005 Penkenna Princess), Oh So Sharp Stakes (2004 Penkenna Princess), Shergar Cup Distaff (2001 Flying Millie) Wins in 2000-2006: 11; 15; 13; 17; 17; 32; 31 Date of First Trainer’s Licence: November, 1999 Number of horses in training (2000-2007): 20; 30; 47; 50; 46; 42; 60; 76 Wins in 2007: 27 First Goodwood Winner: Cape Secret, Paddy Duffy Lifetime in Racing Maiden Handicap, June 16, 2006 Total Goodwood Wins: 3 (1 at Festival Meeting)
Winning jockey:-Name: Sanders, Sebastian Date of birth: 25/9/71 Background: appointed stable jockey to Sir Mark Prescott at beginning of 2004 campaign First winner: Band On The Run (Pontefract, Whitelane Apprentice Series Stakes, June 12, 1990) Classic Wins: Irish 2,000 Guineas (2004 Bachelor Duke), Prix de Diane Hermes (2006 Confidential Lady) Other major wins include: Ayr Gold Cup (2005 Presto Shinko), Chester Vase (2005 Hattan), Dahlia Stakes (2004 Beneventa), Emirates Airlines Minstrel Stakes (2006 Jedburgh), July Cup (Compton Place 1997), Laurent-Perrier Champagne Sprint Stakes (2006 Pivotal Point), Mill Reef Stakes (1998 Golden Silca), Oak Tree Stakes (2002 Desert Alchemy), Palace House Stakes (2003 Needwood Blade), Royal Lodge Stakes (1997 Teapot Row), September Stakes (2006 Kandidate), totesport (Golden) Mile (2006 Spectait), Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (2004 Pivotal Point), totesport Mile (2006 Spectait) Wins (1991-2006): 2, 10, 7, 23, 61*, 97, 105, 82, 90, 80, 83, 123, 101, 165, 142, 117 *champion apprentice Wins in 2007: 118 Royal Ascot wins: (2) Wokingham Handicap (1995 Astrac), Duke Of Endinburgh Stakes (2004 Wunderwood) First Goodwood win: Hi-Aud (Jacob’s Bakery Nursery, September 30, 1994) Goodwood winners: 48 (16 at July Meeting)
SEVENTH RACE RESULT
5.40pm AUDI Q7 CUP (HANDICAP)
Class 3, £16,000 Guaranteed. For 4yo+ rated 0-90, 5f. Weights: highest weight 9st 7lb; minimum weight 8st 2lb. Penalties: after July 21, each race won 6lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £10,363.20; 2nd: £3,083.20; 3rd: £1,540; 4th: £769.60
1) CONTINENT (Lucayan Stud & GGN Bloodstock) David Nicholls 10-9-02 Paul Hanagan  18/1
2) DIANE'S CHOICE (The Green Is Greener Partnership II) John Akehurst 4-8-11 Dane O'Neill  33/1
3) MAGIC GLADE (Alan Solomon) Tom Dascombe 8-9-02 Richard Kingscote (3)  25/1
4) TEXAS GOLD (Clive Edginton) William Muir 9-9-04 Martin Dwyer  14/1
5) RACCOON (Peter Savill) David Chapman 7-8-09 John Egan 
6) SAFARI MISCHIEF (Beverley Watson) Peter Winkworth 4-8-07 Liam Jones (3) 
7) RAINBOW BAY (Dusktilldawn Racing I) Peter Evans v4-7-09 Michael Geran (7) 
8) INDIAN TRAIL (Martin Love) David Nicholls v7-9-07 Adrian Nicholls 
9) BOND BOY (Reg Bond) Geoff Oldroyd b10-8-08 Jamie Spencer 
10) PIC UP STICKS (The Vintage Group) Brendan Powell 8-8-05 Daragh O'Donohoe 
11) MISARO (Messrs Criddlem Davies, Dawson & Villa) Ron Harris b-6-8-13 Luke Morris (5) 
12) LITTLE EDWARD (J W Mursell) Ron Hodges 9-9-00 Paul Eddery 
13) MR WOLF (Peter Asquith) David Barker p6-9-03 Jimmy Fortune 
14) TALBOT AVENUE (Mrs C S Wilson) Michael Blanshard 9-9-02 Tom Queally 
15) PACIFIC PRIDE (Maxilead Limited) John Quinn v4-9-05 Graham Gibbons 
16) GEORGE THE SECOND (The Kennet Connection) Heidi Sweeting 4-8-02 Dale Gibson 
17) HARRY UP (The Fishermen) Kevin Ryan 6-9-03 Neil Callan 
18) ORANMORE CASTLE (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls t5-8-09 Sam Hitchcott 
19) HOLBECK GHYLL (Holbeck Ghyll Partnership) Andrew Balding b1 5-8-06 William Buick (3) 
20) SPANISH ACE (racingshares.co.uk) Milton Bradley 6-9-03 Darryll Holland 
21) CANADIAN DANEHILL (Tom Morley) Robert Cowell p5-8-07 Eddie Ahern 
22) PEOPLETON BROOK (G S Thompson & P Banfield) Milton Bradley 5-8-11 Hugh Bowman 
Non-Runner: Coseadrom (Ground)
Time: 57.86s Distances: .5, nk, sh, .5, nk, sh, .5, nk, hd, nk, sh, hd, nk, nk, nk, nk, .75, 1.5, 1, 1, 18
Breeder: Lucayan Stud & G G N Bloodstock Breeding: ch g Lake Coniston (IRE) - Krisia (Kris)
Tote Win: £24.00 Places: £5.60; £8.70; £9.00; £4.10 Exacta: £1,070.10
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 (1996-2007): 37:45: 45: 46: 58:78:74:82:82:84: 94; 70 Wins in a season (1993-2006): 0: 21: 26: 30: 44: 50: 75: 73: 47: 65: 65: 55: 67:59 Wins in 2007: 44 Other details: Married to Alex Greaves: two children. Son Adrian rides for the stable Major wins: Ayr Gold Cup (2000 Bahamian Pirate, 2001 Continent, 2002 & 2004 Funfair Wane), Ballyogan Stakes (1999 Proud Native), Darley July Cup (2002 Continent), King George Stakes (1999 Rudi’s Pet), Nunthorpe Stakes (1997 Ya Malak (dh with Coastal Bluff), 2004 Bahamian Pirate), Phoenix Sprint Stakes (2006 Moss Vale), Prix du Gros-Chene (2006 Moss Vale), Sporting Index Starlit Stakes (2006 Tax Free), Stewards’ Cup (2000 Tayseer, 2005 Gift Horse), Victoria Cup (2002 Scotty’s Future), William Hill Trophy (1999 Pepperdine, 2005 Tax Free), Greenland Stakes (2006 Moss Vale), Stan James Palace House Stakes (2007 Tax Free) Royal Ascot Wins (1): Wokingham Stakes (2004 Lafi) First Goodwood winner: Double Oscar (The Charlton Stakes - July 29, 1998) Total Goodwood wins: 35 (11 at July Meeting)
Winning Jockey:-Name: Hanagan, Paul Geoffrey Born: September 8, 1980 Other Information: Formerly apprenticed to trainer Richard Fahey in Malton for whom he is now stable jockey - 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: totesport Ayr Gold Cup (2006 Fonthill Road), Chester Cup (2007 Greenwich Meantime), John Smith’s Cup (2002 Vintage Premium), William Hill Mile (2003 Lady Bear), Northumberland Plate (2004 Mirjan), Firth Of Clyde Stakes (2004 Golden Legacy), Galtres Stakes (2006 Anna Pavlova), Harvest Stakes (2006 Anna Pavlova) Total Goodwood Wins: 3 (3 at July Meeting) First Goodwood Win: Lady Bear (William Hill Mile, August 1, 2003) Wins 2000-2006: 23, 29, 84*, 64 ,101, 79, 107 (*champion apprentice) Wins in 2007: 50