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Friday, August 3, 2007



Rod Fabricius, Godwood’s Managing Director, was delighted to see an increased attendance for the fourth day of Glorious Goodwood, Friday, August 3. Today’s crowd came to 22,160 - a 7.2% increase on last year’s figure of 20,676. The attendance has shown a healthy increase on all four days of the meeting so far.

Rod Fabricius said: “We are very pleased to see another increased attendance today.

“We are now looking forward to a successful curtain-fall on the final day tomorrow, Blue Square Race Day, and the possibility of continuing the progressive trend of attendance we have experienced across the first four days.”


Yesterday’s attendance of 23,212 was the highest for the Thursday (Ladies’ Day) of Glorious Goodwood since 1987.


Day 2007 2006
Tuesday 14,305 13,778 +527 (+3.8%)
Wednesday 17,766 17,095 +671 (+3.9%)
Thursday 23,212 20,899 +2,313 (+11%)
Friday 22,160 20,676 +1,484 (+7.2%)
Saturday - -


totepool on-course cash turnover

Day 2007 2006
Tuesday £456,812 £447,011 +£9,801 (+2.2%)
Wednesday £513,898 £491,218 +£22,680 (+4.6%)
Thursday £667,249 £619,424 +£47,825 (+7.7%)
Friday £706,689 £590,296 +£116,393 (+19.7%)
Saturday - -


The Gordon Enclosure (Goodwood’s equivalent of Tattersalls) is sold out tomorrow, Saturday, August 4, the final day of Glorious Goodwood 2007.

Racegoers paying on the day can purchase entry for the Lennox Enclosure at a cost of £15, with accompanied children under 17 admitted free of charge.

The Richmond Enclosure is restricted to members and their guests - membership can be purchased on the day.


Goodwood’s Clerk of the Course predicts that the ground for the final day of Glorious Goodwood tomorrow, Blue Square Race Day, will be no quicker than good to firm.

He said: “I am delighted with the way the ground has stood up on day four of the festival.

“The jockeys reported that the ground rode as per the official description of good to firm, good in places.

“I have walked up the straight and there is still some moisture in the ground.

“I would predict that the ground won’t ride any faster then good to firm tomorrow.

“The remaining temporary rail round the top bend will be removed after racing today to provide fresh ground for tomorrow’s Blue Square Nassau Stakes.”



Bookmakers Blue Square sponsor the whole of Saturday’s card at Glorious Goodwood, and their first venture at the meeting looks sure to be blessed by blue skies.

The Met Office forecast for tomorrow is for ‘fine, dry and very warm’ weather, and with a red-hot card of racing and plenty of other Blue Square attractions there is every incentive to come to the Sussex Downs. Tickets are still available in the Lennox Enclosure, while viewing from Trundle Hill is free.

The twin highlights of tomorrow’s card are the £200,000 Blue Square Nassau Stakes, a Group 1 race for fillies and mares over nearly ten furlongs, and the £100,000 Bluesquare.com Stewards’ Cup, a handicap over six furlongs. As a bonus to mark the three-year sponsorship deal, Blue Square will pay out on the first five places in the Stewards’ Cup to website and telephone customers.

Kate Miller, spokesperson for Blue Square, says: “It’s a really strong card tomorrow, and every race is very competitive. We’re particularly thrilled with the line-up for the Blue Square Nassau Stakes, which has drawn the winners of nine Group 1 races.

“It shows how competitive it is when a top-class filly like Nannina is on offer at 6-1. If we get a finish like last year, when Ouija Board beat Alexander Goldrun after an epic battle, it will be a memorable occasion.

“We’re putting on plenty of other attractions before racing, including a putting competition on the Richmond Enclosure, a soccer shoot-out in the Gordon Enclosure, and a high-low card game in the Lennox Enclosure.”

In the BlueSquare.com Stewards’ Cup the sponsors report money for last year’s winner Borderlescott, who is now 14-1 from 16-1. The company has eased Fantasy Believer to 16-1 from 14-1, Mastership to 20-1 from 16-1, and Qadar to 66-1 from 50-1.


Tomorrow’s £200,000 Blue Square Nassau Stakes, the Group One contest on the final day of Glorious Goodwood, promises to be one of the highlights of the week.

Eight fillies go to post, with no less than five having already scored at Group One level. The race will see a rematch between the English and Irish Oaks heroines Light Shift and Peeping Fawn. At Epsom on June 1, it was the Henry Cecil-trained Light Shift who prevailed by half a length from Peeping Fawn. However, when the pair reopposed at the Curragh on July 15, on significantly softer ground, the Aidan O’Brien-trained filly reversed the placings to score by three and a half lengths. Tomorrow’s rematch on perfect ground over 10 furlongs at Goodwood is something to look forward to.

However, the two Oaks winners also face formidable opposition from the older fillies. These include Mandesha, trained in France by Alain de Royer Dupre. Owned by Princess Zahra Aga Khan, Mandesha won three times at Group One level in 2006 at distances varying between a mile and 12 furlongs and made a winning return to action this year in a Group Two contest at Saint-Cloud. Her latest appearance saw her go down by a length and a half to Mountain High in the Group One Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud on June 24.

Last year’s Blue Square Nassau Stakes saw an epic battle between Alexander Goldrun and Ouija Board, with the latter just prevailing. Those two superb fillies may have now gone off to the paddocks, but the third from 12 months ago, Nannina, lines up once again.

Trained by John Gosden, Nannina won the Group One Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket in 2005 and the Group One Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2006. She won again at Royal Ascot this year, taking the Group Two Windsor Forest Stakes but ran a slightly disappointing race last time out when fourth in the Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket, although connections feel she does not show her best form on the July Course at Newmarket.

Speciosa, the star of Pam Sly’s small stable, won the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket in 2006 but has not entered the winner’s enclosure since. However, there was a lot to like about her most recent appearance when she chased home Peeping Fawn in the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh on June 30, going down by two lengths.

There are three other runners tomorrow. Sweet Lilly finished fifth last time out behind Simply Perfect in the Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket but has never won beyond Listed company. Similarly, Yaqeen has never scored in Group company but this lightly-raced filly, trained by Michael Jarvis, won impressively on her latest start in Listed company at Yarmouth on July 17 and was only beaten just over six lengths when sixth to Finsceal Beo in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket in May. Dont Dili Dali won a Listed race last year but finished last behind Yaqeen at Yarmouth last time and looks to have a mountain to climb.

LATEST BLUE SQUARE PRICES: Mandesha 9/4, Peeping Fawn 11/4, Light Shift 3/1, Nannina 6/1, Speciosa 14/1, Yaqeen 14/1, Sweet Lilly 33/1, Dont Dili Dali 100/1

Totejackpot to reach £350,000 at Goodwood

The totejackpot once again proved too difficult for punters at Goodwood this afternoon meaning that there is a rollover of £215,079 up for grabs on Saturday. All tickets were knocked out by the end of leg five.

Paul Petrie, totepool spokesman commented: “Goodwood has been less than glorious for jackpot players thus far but with nearly a quarter of a million in the pool someone could be celebrating come Saturday night. We would expect the pool to reach the £350,000 mark, although, with the BlueSquare.com Stewards’ Cup included, it won't be easy.”

The bet was last won at Ascot last Saturday

totescoop6 rollovers on the rise

The bonus chaser failed to add to his winnings last weekend when his selection, El Bosque, finished well down the field in eighth position. It was also a hard luck story for all those chasing the win fund with all selections knocked out by the end of leg five. That news means that both funds are in rollover mode with £66,602 in the win fund and £62,914 in the bonus for tomorrow, Saturday, August 4.

A single winner of both is expected to pick up a quarter of a million pounds.

Races are divided between Goodwood and Newmarket and include the BlueSquare.com Stewards’ Cup.

Paul Petrie, totepool spokesman commented, "With 83 runners, including 28 in the Stewards’ Cup, it won't be easy to win the totescoop6 this weekend but, with a single winner scooping £250,000, I am sure plenty of people will give it their best shot."

totescoop6 Legs
Leg 1 2.10 Goodwood
Leg 2 2.25 Newmarket
Leg 3 2.45 Goodwood
Leg 4 3.20 Goodwood
Leg 5 3.35 Newmarket
Leg 6 3.55 Goodwood
Win Fund - £66,602
Bonus Fund - £62,914



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

Friday, August 3, 2007
Race Winner Trainer Jockey SP
Coutts Glorious Stakes PURPLE MOON Luca Cumani Jamie Spencer 11/2
Oak Tree Stakes (Group 3) WAKE UP MAGGIE Chris Wall Jimmy Quinn 11/1
totesport Mile Heritage Handicap THIRD SET Roger Charlton George Baker 5/2 F
Richmond Stakes (Group 2) STRIKE THE DEAL Jeremy Noseda Eddie Ahern 7/1
Royal & SunAlliance Nursery COASTING Amanda Perrett Jim Crowley 10/1
Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Handicap PEARLY WAY Clive Cox Philip Robinson 8/1
TurfTv Handicap MAROZI Michael Jarvis Philip Robinson 7/2F

Race 1 - Coutts Glorious Stakes - Winner’s Quotes


Purple Moon, a 440,000gns purchase from last year’s Horses-in-Training Sale at Newmarket, began to look worth something like that value when winning the opener on day four of Glorious Goodwood.

Winning the Listed Coutts Glorious Stakes recouped about £17,000 for owner Craig Bennett, but the horse is now on course for some bigger pay days, possibly ending later this year in Australia’s Melbourne Cup. In the meantime his potential targets include Europe’s most valuable handicap, the £200,000 totesport Ebor Handicap at York, for which he is now clear favourite with all the major bookmakers - he was set to carry 8st 11lb in that race, but would have to shoulder a 4lb penalty for today’s victory.

Totesport, Blue Square and VC Bet make him a 6-1 chance for the Ebor, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power and William Hill offer 5-1, while Coral rate him an 8-1 shot. William Hill has priced him at 20-1 for the Melbourne Cup.

Purple Moon tried hurdling after his purchase at the sales, and won a race for Nicky Richards, but his current trainer, Luca Cumani, said: “He just didn’t take to hurdling - Nicky said he looked a different horse at home, but couldn’t get it together on the racecourse and obviously didn’t like hurdling. He does like running fast on fast ground.

“The plan was for Jamie [Spencer] to challenge last. I told him there should be enough pace, he’ll travel well and take you there and it’s up to you to in the last couple of furlongs. I’m not sure about the Ebor. I said to Craig if he wins this he could go Group racing - the Geoffrey Freer at Newbury is one possible and if he’s a Group horse he should stick to Group races, but if Craig wants him to run in the Ebor I’m happy with that too.

“We will probably take him down to Australia later on to run in the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup. Craig is keen to have a runner down there, and they gave us a good reception last year when we had two runners that weren’t quite up to it - this horse is better than that.”

Jamie Spencer added: "He ran a smashing race at Royal Ascot on easy ground but he loves fast conditions.

"I've had a lot of success for Mr Cumani over the years. It's easy to ride for him, for the simple fact that he had all the hard work done for me. He told me exactly how the race would pan out. The only thing I did wrong was I was told to be the last to challenge, but when I set him alight he quickened to the front quite well.

"He idled a bit but I gave him a smack and he ran on. Hopefully, a penalty might not stop him in the Ebor. I owe Mr Cumani one - I've been placed about three times in it. He wants real fast ground this fellow and he'll get the trip no problem. It's good to get a winner anyway!"

Race 1 - Coutts Glorious Stakes - Jockeys’ Reaction to Ground/Placed Quotes


Trainers John Gosden and Walter Swinburn were both pleased after the opening Listed Coutts Glorious Stakes.

Gosden, who trained the two and a half length runner-up Imperial Star, said: “We were simply beaten by a better horse - the 3lb penalty did not make any difference.

“Imperial Star has run a lovely race. He’s maturing all the time and this was his first try at a mile and a half. I’m delighted.”

A further neck back in third was Stotsfold and his trainer Walter Swinburn said: “Adam (Kirby, jockey) said he just got checked and that stopped his momentum. He might have been a bit closer otherwise.

“I’m delighted though. That run has put him back on track and we can go on from here.

“Adam said it was still a bit dead out there today but hopefully the drying ground will continue as that is what this horse needs. He has plenty of options.”


Following the running of the first race, the Coutts Glorious Stakes, the following jockeys gave their opinion as to the state of the ground:

Johnny Murtagh, rider of the The Last Drop, said: “Good to firm.”

Ryan Moore, rider of Hard Top, said: “Firm.”

Adam Kirby, rider of Stotsfold, said: “Dead - not good, not soft, not firm. Just dead ground.”

Neil Callan, rider of Ballinteni, said: “ A bit quicker. With the fresh strip of grass, the ground is a lot better. Perfect ground.”

Jimmy Fortune, rider of Imperial Star, said: “On the fast side.”

Jamie Spencer, rider of Purple Moon (the winner), said: “Beautiful ground. Good to firm. A little rough in places.”


Jockey Adam Kirby was banned for two days (Tuesday, August 14 and Wednesday, August 15) following his ride on Stotsfold in the opening Coutts Glorious Stakes.

The stewards held Kirby had used his whip with excessive force and with his arm above shoulder height.

Race 2 - Oak Tree Stakes - Winning Quotes


Wake Up Maggie landed the second race on the fourth day of Glorious Goodwood 2007, the Group Three Oak Tree Stakes, in great style by half-a-length from Costume. The winner came with a good run from off the pace and really quickened up well in the final furlong.

Winning trainer Chris Wall said: “I’m really pleased, Wake Up Maggie really deserved that. I would also like to say well done to George Baker (jockey) - I think that would be his first Group winner (it was his first Glorious Goodwood winner).

“She really benefited from a typical George Baker ride - he rode her with a lot of confidence.

“She has been in great form at home but I thought we had it all to do on the ratings, especially with with her Group Three penalty.

“The Group Three she won before (Chartwell Stakes at Lingfield) was only really a Group Three race in name and I thought today’s race looked very competitive.

“I would also like to thank Faye McClennan who looks after her. Wake Up Maggie is not the easiest horse to look after - she can have you on the floor - and Faye has done a great job with her.

“I think we will now look at the Hungerford Stakes at Newbury for her now. She is Group One-placed and we may consider the Prix de la Foret later in the season.

“It’s great to have another winner at Glorious Goodwood. It’s been a long time since I won the Stewards’ Cup (Rotherfield Greys in 1988)!”

George Baker added: "I was a bit unlucky the other day with Kingsgate Native (second beaten a neck in Tuesday’s Betfair Molecomb Stakes) so this makes up for it. She travelled very well and took me through the race.

"I just sat and waited. She doesn't do very much when she hits the front, so I took it up late on. She's done everything I've asked of her.

"I was lucky - we never really got crowded. We were drawn 18 and it's always a worry round here that you're not going to get a clear run through, but she's a strong travelling filly, and it helps because it means you can sort of pick and choose where you go.

"All credit to Chris Wall's team at Newmarket. They've been really good to me for the past few years and it's a pleasure to work for them. She's an asset to the team."

Race 2 - Oak Tree Stakes (Group 3)


A late surge by Wake Up Maggie spoilt what looked like a winning run by her year-younger rival Costume in this Group 3 contest for fillies and mares.

The John Gosden-trained Costume, a daughter of champion sire Danehill, led briefly in the final furlong, but went down by half a length as her rival quickened past.

Gosden was recently quoted as saying that three of his Glorious Goodwood runners would race in America after the meeting, adding that low prize-money in Britain was a factor. It seems Costume will be among the transatlantic movers.

Teddy Beckett, racing manager to Costume’s owner, Prince Khalid Abdulla, said: “She’ll be going to race in America next, but we haven’t decided where just yet.

“Richard said she ran a very genuine, straightforward race. She ran well and had every chance, but was beaten by an older tough filly.”

Sheena Collins, who saddled the third home, Irish raider Redstone Dancer, said her five-year-old mare has run her final race.

Collins said: “I’m absolutely delighted with her - the ground was possibly a little bit fast for her in this company, but credit to Wake Up Maggie.

“If the ground had been softer it might have made a difference. She’s given a great account, she’s in foal and that will definitely be her last run. She’s been a pleasure to have and of course we’ll miss her in the yard, but that’s life. Perhaps her progeny will come along and we’ll train them.”

Race 3 - totesport Mile (Heritage Handicap)


Third Set served it up to his rivals again today when adding a Glorious Goodwood victory in the £150,000 totesport Mile, the richest mile handicap of the year, to his recent triumphs at Newmarket’s July Meeting and Ascot’s King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes fixture.

Fast ground suits the Roger Charlton-trained four-year-old, who is owned by John Livock, an ardent fan of tennis.

Charlton said: “We never thought we’d go to Newmarket and win there, go to Ascot and win there, come here and win again. You enter big races and don’t expect to get in, and when we declared for Ascot I said to the owner I don’t think the ground will be right for him, but we’ll declare and get our money back. Instead he gets in, the ground is right and the rest is history. There’s a lot of luck involved.

“People have asked if we had a scheme, but we didn’t. He’s just a nice horse. We’re lucky because he only loses four kilos each time he runs, whereas your average horse loses about 10 or 12 kilos. He puts the weight back on easily, doesn’t seem to need much work and seems very uncomplicated, so since his last race he’s had a day on the walker, a day walking and trotting, a day cantering and a little breeze-up, then we turned him out in a pen and he did nothing yesterday.

“Our horses have come to themselves, but there was nothing really wrong with them. Over the years you accept you will get blank periods in the season. If you’re going to have a good time, it’s better in the second half of the season, because there’s a chance owners will notice and send you a good horse.”

Winning jockey Jimmy Quinn said: “When he came through he opened them up. I had to take the gap when it came and although that was half a furlong too soon I didn’t want to miss my chance. When I got through I sat on him, let him fill his lungs and then aimed for the lollipop. That was my goal.

“It’s nice to get a chance on a horse like this. I’ve been riding a long time, just up and down, up and down, but it’s a dream to get on a horse like this that can be so good twice in a week.

“"It's great isn't it? He's a jockey's dream and there's no snags with him. He's a beautiful big horse and we had an ideal draw.”


The pile-up one and a half furlongs out in the totesport Mile at Goodwood today resulted in three horses coming down and their jockeys being thrown to the ground.

The three horses and jockeys involved were Drumfire, ridden by Joe Fanning, who fell when clipping the heels of a horse in front of him and brought down Blades Girl, partnered by Ted Durcan, and Darryll Holland’s mount Uhoomagoo.

Ted Durcan walked away unscathed and is fit to ride Light Shift in tomorrow’s Blue Square Nassau Stakes, while Darryll Holland has a suspected broken thumb and Joe Fanning has been taken to Chichester Hospital for precautionary X-rays on his chest but walked into the ambulance.

The stewards held an enquiry and found that the Tolley Dean-ridden Azarole had interfered with Drumfire who clipped heels and fell, bringing down Blades Girl and Uhoomagoo. They considered the interference accidental.

Ted Durcan told Channel 4 TV: “The horse in front of me hit the floor and I was right behind him and unable to swerve around. So I went out over him and it was just a pile-up - one of those things. A bit unlucky but hopefully it is lucky with nobody badly injured and the horses all walked away.

“I could see what was happening ahead of me but there was no room. There loads of runners and the race had really started in earnest so everybody was looking for some room and the beaten horses were dropping back which is half the issue.

“I am perfect but I spoke with the physio and she wants to me to miss the rest of my rides today and put ice on my ankle. I will be here in the morning, no problems.”

Race 3 - totesport Mile - Placed Quotes


Trainer Charles Egerton was left wondering what might have been following the totesport Mile, where his 20/1 shot Humungous finished the three-length runner-up.

Egerton said: “I want to watch the race again as I don’t think we got the rub of the green - that’s Goodwood for you.

“He tried to climb coming out of the stalls and nearly unseated Ryan Moore.

“He’s a big long-striding horse and it took him a while to get going.

“The gaps didn’t come and then he couldn’t get through, but that’s the nature of the track.”

Matt Cumani, assistant to Ed Dunlop, said of 6/1 chance King Of Argos, a further two and a half lengths back in third: “He ran very well.

“He’s coming on every time he runs.

“He’s weak over one mile and would probably prefer seven furlongs.”

Race 4 - Richmond Stakes - Winning Quotes


Trainer Jeremy Noseda enjoyed his second big two-year-old win of Glorious Goodwood when Strike The Deal collected the Group Two Richmond Stakes. Like Tuesday’s Group Three Betfair Molecomb Stakes victor, Fleeting Spirit, Strike The Deal is owned by The Searchers, a syndicate involving BHA Chairman Paul Roy and leading jumps owner Andy Stewart.

The winner, a 7/1 chance, was partnered by Eddie Ahern and showed a very willing attitude to stay on well in the final furlong and defeat Fat Boy by a length and a quarter.

Jeremy Noseda said: “When he ran in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot he raced too keenly.

“I think he would have finished a lot closer on his last run (finished third in the Group Two Prix Robert Papin Maisons-Laffitte) but I’m not saying he would have won. We were trying to hold him up but he just got too far back that day.

“The key to this horse is the ground - he wants fast ground.

“We will now have a look at Prix Morny at Deauville. If the ground is suitable, we could have a crack at it.”

Stan James offer Strike The Deal at 50/1 for the 2008 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Race 4 - Richmond Stakes (Group 2)


The Richard Hannon-trained Fat Boy is proving a tough and consistent juvenile, as he proved once again when taking second in this Group 2 contest.

Going down by a length and a quarter to Strike The Deal, Fat Boy finished one and a half lengths ahead of dead-heaters Exhibition and One Great Cat.

Fat Boy, a son of Australia’s sprint star Choisir, is owned by Maurice Sines, a property developer from Wentworth in Surrey, who said: “I bought a number of horses at Doncaster yearling sales, but went to the breeze-up sale at Kempton [in February] with no intention of buying

“I saw this horse while I was standing with a very fat friend of mine. He weighs about 30 stone and this horse looked fat, so he liked him. I said I’ll buy him if I can name him after you, hence the name Fat Boy.

“He’s a wonderful horse and gives us so much fun. We’re lucky to be here and it would be great to go to York for the Gimcrack or France for the Prix Morny.”

Richard Hannon Jnr said: “He’s run well again having done the donkey work for the others. He’s hard as nails. Something got on his wick at Newmarket because he got hot there and that’s not like him, but he ran well in the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot and has beaten the winner of that race today [Drawnfromthepast].”

Race 5 -Royal & SunAlliance Nursery


Coasting, who is trained at Pulborough in Sussex by Amanda Perrett, proved too good for his rivals in this handicap for two-year-olds, and provided a first Glorious Goodwood victory for jockey Jim Crowley.

It was a steering job for Crowley in the final furlong, as the son of Cape Cross, who is owned by David and Jennifer Sieff and Sir John Ritblat, scored in good style from Huzzah and Meeriss.

Reflecting on her winner, Perrett said: “I’m not sure what he beat today, but he travelled nicely and was drawn well, which makes such a difference here. He’s a bonny little horse.

“He wasn’t good enough at Royal Ascot [he was unplaced in the Coventry Stakes] but he’s won today and will have gained in confidence. Today he was back in the right company and he’s done it nicely.

“He’s out of a mare by Indian King mare, who Dad [Guy Harwood] trained. We bought this horse at Newmarket - he was a nice athletic type, but fell through the ring because he was out of an old mare. We went for a bit of value and found it.”

Race 6 - Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Stakes - Winning Quotes


Trainer was Clive Cox was very pleased with Pearly Wey’s victory in the Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Handicap - the race for horses eliminated from tomorrow’s Blue Square Stewards’ Cup - and is looking ahead now to tomorrow’s Blue Square.com Stewards’ Cup where he runs Kostar and Out After Dark.

Pearly Wey, a 7/1 chance, stayed on well close home to deny the David Nicholls-trained duo of Joseph Henry and Indian Trail by a head and a length respectively.

Clive Cox said: “I’m really pleased Pearly Wey has won and especially pleased he has won down the middle as Kostar is drawn in stall 15 tomorrow.

“Pearly Wey was unlucky not to win at Newmarket last time but then he would have had penalty.

“We will worry about tomorrow now when it arrives.”

The first six horses home in the Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Handicap were drawn: 9, 4, 19, 16, 14 and 28.


Jim Crowley was suspended for one day (Tuesday, August 14) for careless riding following his ride on the winner, Coasting, in the Royal & SunAlliance Nursery.

The stewards held that Crowley had used caused interference to the third-placed horse Meeriss a furlong and a half from home in that Crowley had manoeuvred to the left.

Race 7 - The TurfTV Handicap


Jockey Philip Robinson recorded a quick 39.5-1 double on the fourth day of Glorious Goodwood.

Having won the penultimate race on Pearly Wey for trainer Clive Cox, Robinson scored in the last for his long-time Newmarket associate Michael Jarvis, who saddled Marozi for owner Sheikh Mohammed.

Marozi holds an entry in the Group 1 Sprint Cup at Haydock, although Jarvis has no plans to aim that high in the near future. He said: “He got rather stuck in the mud at Windsor [on his previous outing] and I think he’s going to improve with racing.

“He was more professional today. It was very optimistic to enter for the Sprint Cup, especially given the mark he’s won off today [80], but the system is those races close early so you have to put them in.

“He could develop to a Listed horse by the end of the year and could be a Group horse next year. He’s a burly horse and will improve. He’s got a good attitude.”

Jarvis also saddled fourth-placed Rasaman, of whom he said: “He ran very well - I’d say that was a career best.”


Jockey 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Points*
Ryan Moore 5 3 2 2 425
Johnny Murtagh 2 1 3 - 202.5
Richard Hughes - 4 1 3 195
Jamie Spencer 1 3 1 2 192.5
Jimmy Fortune 2 2 - - 170
Philip Robinson 2 1 1 - 160
Frankie Dettori 2 - 1 - 125
Eddie Ahern 1 2 - 1 125
Adrian Nicholls 1 - 3 - 125
Joe Fanning 1 1 1 1 120
Richard Hills 1 1 1 - 110
Kerrin McEvoy 2 - - - 100
George Baker 1 1 - 1 95
Martin Dwyer 1 1 - 1 95
Seb Sanders 1 1 - 1 95
Jim Crowley 1 1 - - 85
Michael Hills - 2 - 1 75
Paul Hanagan 1 - 1 - 75
Francis Norton - 1 1 1 70
Steve Drowne 1 - - 1 60
Jimmy Quinn 1 - - 1 60
David Kinsella - 1 1 - 60
Darryll Holland 1 - - - 50
Hugh Bowman - - 2 - 50
Tom Queally - - 2 - 50
Travis Block - 1 - - 35
Dane O’Neill - 1 - - 35
Royston Ffrench - - 1 - 25
Liam Keniry - - 1 - 25
Richard Kingscote - - 1 - 25
Adam Kirby - - 1 - 25
Jamie Moriarty - - 1 - 25
Luke Morris - - 1 - 25
Tadhg O’Shea - - 1 - 25
Pat Shanahan - - 1 - 25
John Egan - - - 2 20
Richard Quinn - - - 2 20
Neil Callan - - - 1 10
Eddie Creighton - - - 1 10
Pat Dobbs - - - 1 10
Paul Doe - - - 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.


Trainer 1st 2nd 3rd
Sir Michael Stoute 3 - 1
Saeed bin Suroor 3 - -
David Nicholls 2 1 3
Mark Johnston 2 - 1
Peter Chapple-Hyam 2 - -
Jeremy Noseda 2 - -
Aidan O’Brien IRE 1 2 1
Luca Cumani 1 1 1
John Gosden 1 2 1
Michael Jarvis 1 1 -
Hughie Morrison 1 1 -
Amanda Perrett 1 1 -
Mick Channon 1 - 3
Clive Cox 1 - 1
Jamie Osborne 1 - 1
Bryan Smart 1 - 1
Ralph Beckett 1 - -
Roger Charlton 1 - -
Brian Meehan 1 - -
Chris Wall 1 - -
Richard Hannon - 6 -
Barry Hills - 2 -
John Dunlop - 1 1
John Akehurst - 1 -
Michael Bell - 1 -
John Best - 1 -
Clive Brittain - 1 -
Charles Egerton - 1 -
James Given - 1 -
William Haggas - 1 -
Nicky Henderson - 1 -
John Hills - 1 -
Marcus Tregoning - 1 -
Andrew Balding - - 2
James Given - - 2
Neville Callaghan - - 2
Sheena Collins IRE - - 1
Tom Dascombe - - 1
Ed Dunlop - - 1
Brian Ellison - - 1
Richard Fahey - - 1
Gary Moore - - 1
John Panvert - - 1
Walter Swinburn - - 1


The going at Goodwood has been changed to


from yesterday’s good, good to firm in places on round course.

Seamus Buckley, Goodwood’s clerk of the course, said this morning: “ We had marginal rain totalling two millimetres after racing yesterday evening.

“The going is slightly faster today, with a GoingStick reading of 9.0 (8.7 yesterday).

“We have taken down the temporary rail on the far side of the course from the six-furlong pole to the three-furlong marker which means a fresh strip of ground six yards wide in that area.

“The course is standing up well after three days of racing and there is still a great covering of grass.

“We are looking forward to more exciting racing today, as well as to the tremendous races tomorrow.

“The GoingStick readings on the straight course are almost identical, with the stands’ side being 9.0 and the far side 8.9.”


Sussex-born champion jockey Ryan Moore has six rides at Glorious Goodwood today - and the bookies are priming their defences.

Moore, born and raised in Brighton where his father Gary runs a racing stable, gave his followers a bumper pay out yesterday when kicking home four Glorious winners that paid an accumulated price of 1,979-1. His sense of timing, position in a race and strength in a finish were all revealed as he galloped to victory on Hi Calypso (3-1), Moorhouse Lad (10-1), Allegretto (8-1) and Docofthebay (4-1).

His rides today are: Hard Top (2.15 - Coutts Glorious Stakes), Selinka (2.50 - Oak Tree Stakes), Humungous (3.30 - Totesport Mile), Distant Charm (4.40 - Royal & SunAlliance Nursery), Roman Maze (5.10 - Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Stakes) and Mambo Spirit (5.45 - TurfTV Stakes). He was due to ride Sharp Nephew in the Richmond Stakes (4.05), but that horse is now a non-runner.

When a jockey strikes a rich vein of form punters and bookmakers have to factor that into their calculations. Damian Walker of Totesport said: “We weren’t hit too badly by Ryan’s four-timer, although we had to hedge money back on Politeia, his ride in the sixth race, who we had at 20-1 in the morning but who returned an SP of 9-2. There’s no doubt Ryan was in outstanding form yesterday, and we’d be worried about Selinka today - she has a real turn of foot, but she is a test of jockeyship because she doesn’t want to get to the front too soon. Ryan could give her a carbon copy of many of his rides yesterday.”

Blue Square and Ladbrokes offer Ryan Moore specials today - Blue Square go 1-2 that he has no winners, 15-8 one winner, 12-1 two winners, 100-1 three or more. Company spokesperson Kate Miller said: “We’ll be watching Ryan’s rides today with special interest, and there’s no doubt some will be going off at shorter odds than would normally be the case.”

Ladbrokes offer 1-2 that he rides no winners, and 6-4 that he rides any winners. Spokesperson David Williams said: “If Ryan is as successful today as he was yesterday there will be no point in us turning up tomorrow. People will be backing him blind, and with a good book of rides why shouldn’t they?”


Selinka, who runs in the Oak Tree Stakes (2.50) at Glorious Goodwood today, was the best-backed horse with several bookmakers this morning.

The fact that the Richard Hannon-trained filly is to be ridden by in-form Ryan Moore was not wasted on punters, and since she was also a Pricewise selection in the Racing Post she carries plenty of professional support. A daughter of Selkirk, Selinka won a Listed race at Sandown on her latest start.

Totesport were forced to shave her price to 8-1 from 10-1, Paddy Power now offer 8-1 from 11-1, while Stan James cut her to 8-1 from 14-1.

In the card’s opening race, the Coutts Glorious Stakes (2.15), Purple Moon has been in demand. Ladbrokes now offer the Luca Cumani-trained gelding at 15-2 from 9-1, Stan James and Paddy Power go 7-1 from 10-1, while totesport’s 8-1 was two points shorter than its opening offer. Perfectperformance, who also tackles the opener, was cut to 4-1 from 9-2 with Stan James.

The day’s trickiest race for punters appears to be the totesport Mile (3.30) which has attracted 19 runners (Ordnance Row will not line up), but that has not prevented some early market moves. Sky Bet has cut King Of Argos to 15-2 from 9-1, while Ladbrokes trimmed the same horse to 8-1 from 9-1. The same firm shortened Montpellier to 7-1 from 10-1 (15-2 from 9-1 with Paddy Power), and Supaseus to 7-1 from 8-1. Stan James report interest for hotly-fancied Third Set, who was cut to 3-1 from 7-2, and also for Drumfire (12-1 from 14-1) and Uhoomagoo (28-1 from 50-1).

Captain Hurricane has been a popular choice in the Turf Club Stewards’ Sprint Stakes (5.10) and was shortened to 25-1 from 33-1 with Stan James and Ladbrokes, and 20-1 from 33-1 with Sky Bet. Totesport report money for Don Pele in this contest, and shored up his price to 18-1 from 25-1, while Paddy Power cut the same horse’s price to 16-1 from 25-1.



£30,000 guaranteed, 1m 4f, For 4yo+ which have not won a Group 1 or Group 2 Pattern race after 2005 Weights colts and geldings 9st 1lb; fillies 8st 10lb Penalties after September 1, 2006, a winner of a Listed race 3lb; of a Group 3 race 6lb Entries 20 pay £150 Penalty value 1st £17,034; 2nd £6,456; 3rd £3,231; 4th £1,611; 5th £807; 6th £405

1 PURPLE MOON (IRE) (Craig Bennett) Luca Cumani 4-9-01 Jamie Spencer [5] 11/2
2 IMPERIAL STAR (IRE) (HRH Princess Haya Of Jordan) John Gosden 4-9-04 Jimmy Fortune [9] 13/2
3 STOTSFOLD (Karyl Harris) Walter Swinburn 4-9-01 Adam Kirby [10] 16/1
4 HARD TOP (IRE) (Ballymacoll Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 5-9-01 Ryan Moore [8] 8/1
5 PERFECTPERFORMANCE (USA) (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 5-9-01 Kerrin McEvoy [6] 7/2f
6 BALLINTENI (David Cohen) David Simcock 5-9-01 Neil Callan [1]
7 ACROPOLIS (IRE) (Newkeylets) Ian Semple 6-9-01v1 Paul Hanagan [3]
8 CAMROSE (Nicholas Cooper) John Dunlop 6-9-01b Eddie Ahern [7]
9 HOTEL DU CAP (John Pearce) Geoff Wragg 4-9-01 Steve Drowne [4]
10 DRAGON DANCER (John Pearce) Geoff Wragg 4-9-01 Darryll Holland [11]
11 MUNSEF (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 5-9-01b Richard Hills [12]
12 THE LAST DROP (IRE) (Jack Hanson, Cavendish Inv Ltd, Sandy Patrick) Barry Hills 4-9-01 Johnny Murtagh [2]

12 ran
Distances: 2 1/2, nk, 1, nk, 3 1/2, 1 1/4, 5, nk, 12, 4, 18
Time: 2m 35.08s
Breeder: Gestut Shohrenhof
Breeding: ch g Galileo (IRE) - Vanishing Prairie (USA) (Alysheba (USA))
Totes: Win: £6.80 Places; £1.90, £2.50, £5.20 Exacta; £43.40

Winning trainer:-Name: Cumani, Luca Matteo Date of birth: 7/4/49; Date of first licence: 1976; First winner: Three Legs, Duke Of York Stakes, York, May 13, 1976 Previous Occupation: Jockey in Italy, France and Britain with 84 winners - assistant to Sergio Cumani and Henry Cecil; Classic wins: (3) Vodafone Derby (1988 Kahyasi, 1998 High-Rise), St Leger (1984 Commanche Run) Other major wins include: Breeders’ Cup Mile (1994 Barathea), Challenge Stakes (2005 Le Vie Dei Colori), Eclipse-Stakes (2003 Falbrav), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (2005 Alkaased), Gran Premio di Milano (2000 Endless Hall), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1990 Ensconse, 2002 Gossamer), Irish Derby (1988 Kahyasi), Irish 2,000 Guineas (1993 Barathea), Italian Oaks (1998 Zomaradah), Japan Cup (2003 Falbrav, 2005 Alkaased), Juddmonte International Stakes (1985 Commanche Run, 1998 One So Wonderful, 2003 Falbrav), Lonsdale Stakes (2002 Boreas), Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile (2001 Gossamer), Prix d’Ispahan (2003 Falbrav), Prix du Moulin (2005 Starcraft), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1990 Markofdistinction, 2003 Falbrav, 2005 Starcraft), Singapore Airlines International Cup (2001 Endless Hall), St James’s Palace Stakes (1985 Bairn, 1987 Half a Year), Sussex Stakes (1991 Second Set), Yorkshire Oaks (1993 & 1994 Only Royale) Wins in a season (1984-2006): 50; 60; 67; 83; 73; 88; 109; 72; 54; 39; 47; 39; 62; 66; 54; 34; 29; 25; 24; 57; 42; 38; 39 Horses in training (1985-2007): 100; 112; 119; 151; 165; 187; 150; 132; 121; 96; 103; 124; 139; 152; 135; 100; 83; 84; 103; 102; 103; 120; 112 Wins in 2007: 25 Royal Ascot wins: 10 First Royal Ascot winner: Sunny Spring (June 18, 1976 - Windsor Castle Stakes) Major Royal Ascot wins: St James’s Palace Stakes (1985 Bairn, 1987 Half A Year), Queen Anne Stakes (1987 Then Again, 1990 Markofdistinction, 1994 Barathea). Trains at Bedford House Stables, Newmarket, Suffolk First Goodwood winner: Kilroy Hawk (Bain Dawes Maiden Stakes, Sept 16, 1978) Total Goodwood wins: 75 (31 at Festival Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Spencer, James (Jamie) Peter Date of Birth: 08/06/1980 British Classic Wins: St Leger (2003 Brian Boru) Achievements: Champion Jockey in 2005 with 162 wins that Turf season. First jockey since 1885 to complete the Autumn Double (2006 Formal Decree and Detroit City) Major wins include: Cambridgeshire (2006 Formal Decree), Cesarewitch (2006 Detroit City), Champion Stakes (2005 David Junior), Dubai Duty Free (2006 David Junior), Eclipse Stakes (2006 David Junior), Falmouth Stakes (2003 Macadamia), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1998 Tarascon, 2002 Gossamer), Jockey Club Stakes (2002 Marienbard), Lockinge Stakes (2007 Red Evie), Matron Stakes (Red Evie), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2000 Sequoyah), Nunthorpe Stakes (2002 Kyllachy), Prix de l’Abbaye (2006 Desert Lord), Tattersalls Gold Cup (2004 Powerscourt), Weatherbys Champion Bumper (2002 Pizarro), William Hill Sprint Cup (2005 Goodricke), totesport Cambridgeshire (2006 Formal Decree) Wins in Britain (1998-2006): 3, 8, 78, 112, 86, 102, 27, 180* (*Champion Jockey), 155 Other details: Champion apprentice in Ireland 1999. Stable jockey to Aidan O’Brien in 2004, now freelance in Britain Wins in Britain in 2007: 112 Royal Ascot wins: (13) St James’s Palace Stakes (2007 Excellent Art), Coventry Stakes (2001 Landseer), Britannia Handicap (2003 New Seeker), Queen Mary Stakes (2004 Damson), Hampton Court Stakes (2004 Moscow Ballet), King Edward VII Stakes (2004 Five Dynasties), Albany Stakes (2005 La Chunga, 2007 Nijoom Dubai), Windsor Forest Stakes (2006 Soviet Song), Royal Hunt Cup (2006 Cesare), Sandringham Handicap (2006 Red Evie), Britannia Handicap (2006 Sir Gerard), Queen Alexandra Stakes (2007 Enjoy The Moment) First Goodwood win: Rizerie (Celer et Audax Maiden Fillies’ Stakes, June 30, 2000) Goodwood wins: 28 (5 at Festival Meeting)


£50,000 guaranteed, 7f, For 3yo+ fillies and mares Weights 3yo, 8st 9lb; 4yo+ 9st 1l b Penalties after September 1, 2006, a winner of a Group 3 race 2lb, of a Group 2 race 5lb; of a Group 1 race 8lb (races won at 2yo not to count for penalties) Weight For Age 3 from 4yo+ 6lb Entries 32 pay £350 Penalty Value 1st £28,390, 2nd £10,760, 3rd £5,385, 4th £2,685, 5th £1,345, 6th £675

1 WAKE UP MAGGIE (IRE) (J Lambton) Chris Wall 4-9-04 George Baker [18] 11/1
2 COSTUME (Khalid Abdulla) John Gosden 3-8-09 Richard Hughes [13] 100/30f
3 REDSTONE DANCER (IRE) (K Lynch) Sheena Collins IRE 5-9-04 Pat Shanahan [15] 8/1
4 SELINKA (Robert Barnett) Richard Hannon 3-8-09 Ryan Moore [10]
5 MAJESTIC ROI (USA) (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 3-8-12 Jamie Spencer [11]
6 SCARLET RUNNER (Nicholas Jones) John Dunlop 3-8-12 Kerrin McEvoy [16]
7 VITAL STATISTICS (Setsquare Recruitment) David Elsworth 3-8-09 Richard Quinn [12]
8 LADY GRACE (IRE) (F Wilson) William Haggas 3-8-09 Michael Hills [2]
9 SESMEN (Scuderia Rencati Srl) Marco Botti 3-8-09 Neil Callan [9]
10 LEOPOLDINE (R Grossman & Normandie Stud) Hughie Morrison 4-9-01 Steve Drowne [17]
11 RAINBOW PROMISES (USA) (Michael Tabor) Brian Meehan 3-8-09 Kevin Darley [7]
12 PUGGY (IRE) (Investment Ab Rustningen) Roy Kvisla 3-8-09t Eddie Ahern [14]
13 SAMYA (Laghi Snc) Emilio Borromeo ITY 3-8-11t Marco Monteriso [1]
14 GLOVED HAND (Mrs M Chaworth-Musters) Ralph Beckett 5-9-01 Seb Sanders [4]
15 TARTEEL (USA) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-8-09 Richard Hills [5]
16 SANDER CAMILLO (USA) (Sir Robert Ogden) Jeremy Noseda 3-8-09 Johnny Murtagh [3]

16 ran
Non-runner: Creative Mind (vc), Wasseema (withdrawn)
Distances: 1/2, 1 1/2, nk, 1/2, 1 1/2, hd, hd, 1/2, hd, 3/4, 3/4, 3/4, 1 1/4, 6, 3/4
Time: 1m 25.48s
Breeder: Rathmoyle Exports Ltd
Breeding: b f Xaar - Kalagold (IRE) (Magical Strike (USA))
Totes: Win: £13.70 Places: £3.70, £1.80, £3.00 Exacta: £76.70

Winning Trainer:- Name: Wall, Christian Frederick Date of Birth: January 10, 1959; Date of first trainers license: February 1, 1987; Trains at Induna Stables, Newmarket, Suffolk Previous career: Assistant trainer to Luca Cumani 1984-86 and to Sir Mark Prescott 1982-84; Wins in a season (1991-2006): 7:7:13:12:17:17:21:20:16:29:16: 20: 32:18: 27; 32 Number of horses in training (1993-2007): 27: 24: 27: 33: 38: 45: 48: 53: 50: 48: 49: 46: 56: 59; 61 Big Race Wins: Oak Tree Dstakles (2007 Wake Up Maggie), Bentinck Stakes (2003 Ashdown Express), Tattersalls Ireland Sales Stakes (2005 Wake Up Maggie), Watership Down Stud Sales Race (2005 Expensive), Abernant Stakes (2006 Paradise Isle) Wins this year: 24 First Goodwood winner: Chamonis (Boxgrove Stakes, May 21, 1987); Total Goodwood wins: 11 (2 at Festival Meeting)

Winning jockey:- Baker, George Background: Hails from Lambourn where his father, Peter, is a farrier. Joined Mark Usher from school in July 1999. Big Race Wins: Oak Tree Stakes (2007 Wake Up Maggie), Lupe Stakes (2006 Rising Cross); Sporting Index Stardom Stakes (2006 Caldra) First winner: Beauchamp Magic, Wolverhampton, December 4, 1999 Wins 2000-06: 55; 23; 23; 26; 40; 71; 70 First Goodwood winner: Adobe (FOS Handicap, June 23, 2000) First Winner at Glorious Goodwood: Wake Up Maggie, Oak Tree Stake, August 3, 2007 Goodwood winners: 10 (1 at Festival Meeting) Rode Out Claim: May 27, 2002, Dandy Regent, Swannington Claiming Stakes, Leicester Wins in 2007: 37


3.30pm totesport MILE (HERITAGE HANDICAP)
£150,000 guaranteed, 1m, For 3yo Weights highest weight not less than 9st 10lb (any horse rated above 110 (117 if 3yo) shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb; subsequently, the excess over 110 (117 if 3yo) in any rating shall be added to the weight allotted) Minimum Weight 7st 12lb Penalties after July 7, a winner 3lb; a winner of two races 5lb Weight for age 3 from 4yo+ 7lb Pinpoint’s Handicap Mark 111 Entries 75 pay £150 1st Forfeit 59 pay £375 Confirmed 45 pay £50 Penalty Value 1st £93,480, 2nd £27,990, 3rd £13,995, 4th £7,005, 5th £3,495, 6th £1,755

1 THIRD SET (IRE) (John Livock) Roger Charlton 4-8-04 Jimmy Quinn [20] 5/2f
2 HUMUNGOUS (IRE) (Exors of the Late Evelyn Hankinson) Charles Egerton 4-8-13b1 Ryan Moore [14] 20/1
3 KING OF ARGOS (Peter Goulandris) Ed Dunlop 4-8-12 Johnny Murtagh [13] 6/1
4 RIVER TIBER (R Baines) Luca Cumani 4-8-12 Jamie Spencer [9] 10/1
5 MONTPELLIER (IRE) (Sheikh Mohammed) Ed Dunlop 4-8-03 Martin Dwyer [16]
6 UNSHAKABLE (IRE) (Unshakeable Partnership) Bob Jones 8-8-05 Paul Eddery [2]
7 AZAROLE (IRE) (Fitri Hay) Stan Moore 6-8-11 Tolley Dean (5) [6]
8 MINE (IRE) (Mike Dawson) James Bethell 9-9-08v Richard Quinn [19]
9 SUPASEUS (Ben & Sir Martyn Arbib) Hughie Morrison 4-8-13 John Egan [8]
10 KINGS POINT (IRE) (David Knaggs & Mel Roberts) Richard Fahey 6-8-06p Paul Hanagan [5]
11 MY PARIS (J Spensley & Mrs M Spensley) Kevin Ryan 6-8-11b Neil Callan [10]
12 PINPOINT (IRE) (Full Circle) Walter Swinburn 5-9-11 Adam Kirby [12]
13 KILLENA BOY (IRE) (Capel (cs) Ltd) William Jarvis 5-8-05 Paul Doe [11]
14 BABODANA (M Bowring) Mark Tompkins 7-9-02 Seb Sanders [7]
15 VORTEX (Coriolis Partnership) Gay Kelleway 8-9-07t Jimmy Fortune [17]
16 PINTLE (Robert Heathcote) John Spearing 7-8-05 Kerrin McEvoy [1]
F DRUMFIRE (IRE) (Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds IV) Mark Johnston 3-8-10 Joe Fanning [4]
B BLADES GIRL (Crown Select) Kevin Ryan 4-8-07b Ted Durcan [3]
B UHOOMAGOO (John Duddy & T Fawcett) Kevin Ryan 9-8-07b Darryll Holland [15]

19 ran
Non-runner: 4 Ordnance Row (vc)
Distances: 3, 2 1/2, 1/2, 3/4, hd, 1 1/2, 1 1/4, 7, 3/4, 1/2, 1 1/4, 16, 23, dist, 5
Time: 1m 37.48s
Breeder: A Stroud & J Hanly
Breeding: b g Royal Applause - Khamseh (Thatching)
Totes: Win: £3.50 Places: £1.50, £3.80, £1.90, £2.90 Exacta: £83.10

Winning trainer:-Name Charlton, Roger John Born: Connah’s Quay, Flintshire, 18/1/50 First winner: Deploy (Haydock, April 14, 1990) Date of first licence:1990 Trains at Beckhampton, Marlborough, Wiltshire Previous Occupation: Amateur rider (three wins including 1969 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Chase on Pride Of Kentucky), worked for Colin Davies, stockbroker, 1975-77 ran equine swimming pool in Lambourn, 1978-89 assistant to Jeremy Tree British Classic wins: (1) Vodafone Derby (1990 Quest For Fame) Other major wins include: Cambridgeshire (2005 Blue Monday), Criterion Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Dante Stakes (1990 Sanglamore), French Derby (1990 Sanglamore), Greenham Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Hungerford Stakes (1993 Inchinor), John Porter Stakes (1996 Spout), Lancashire Oaks (1996 Spout), Lingfield Derby Trial (1996 Mystic Knight), Palace House Stakes (2005 Avonbridge), Prix de l’Opera (1994 Andromaque), Prix d’Ispahan (1991 Sanglamore), Prix de l’Abbaye (2003 Patavellian, 2005 Avonbridge), Rockfel Stakes (2002 Luvah Girl), Sandown Mile (1997 Wixim), Scottish Classic (1995 Baron Ferdinand), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1998 Tamarisk), totesport.com International Stakes (2007 Third Set), Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (1999 Harmonic Way, 2003 Patavellian) Wins in a season (1990-2006): 37; 26; 43; 47; 48; 42; 52; 40; 22; 30; 34; 33; 56; 57; 36; 43; 37 Number of horses in training (1990-2007): 73; 73; 70; 79; 93; 109; 104; 110; 96; 70; 75; 84; 76; 91; 105; 97; 100; 96 Wins in 2007: 23 Royal Ascot wins: (6) King George V Handicap (1992 Source Of Light), Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap (1993 Source Of Light), Wokingham Handicap (2000 Harmonic Way), Golden Jubilee Stakes (2001 Harmonic Way), Coventry Stakes (2003 Three Valleys), Balmoral Handicap (2003 Deportivo) First Royal Ascot winner: King George V Handicap (June 18, 1992 Source Of Light First Goodwood winner: Kawtuban (Leslie & Godwin Spitfire Stakes, August 3, 1990) Total Goodwood wins: 33 (11 at Festival Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Quinn, James Anthony. Date of birth: May 20, 1967 Apprenticeship: Apprentice school in Ireland. Served with John Oxx for a year, and Pat Rohan between 1984-87 First winner: Tarleton (Ayr, March 25, 1984) Major wins include: totesport Mile (2007 Third Set), Dee Stakes (2004 African Dream), Lincoln Handicap (1992 High Low), Ladbrokes Portland Handicap (2006 Fantasy Believer), Tote International (2003 New Seeker) Wins (1987-2006): 14, 23, 19, 31, 32, 48, 73, 43, 56, 73, 61, 58, 77, 35, 31, 101, 49, 72, 80, 47 Wins in 2007: 35 First Goodwood win: USA Dollar (Longley Construction H’cap, June 29, 1990) Goodwood winners: 29 (6 at Festival Meeting)


£70,000 guaranteed, 6f, For 2yo colts and geldings weights 9st Penalties a winner of a Group 1 or 2 race 3lb Entries 17 pay £500 Penalty Value 1st £39,746, 2nd £15,064, 3rd £7,539, 4th £3,759, 5th £1,883, 6th 945

1 STRIKE THE DEAL (USA) (The Searchers) Jeremy Noseda 2-9-00 Eddie Ahern [7] 7/1
2 FAT BOY (IRE) (M Sines) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Richard Hughes [1] 8/1
3 EXHIBITION (Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith, Matthew Green) Neville Callaghan 2-9-00 Jamie Spencer [12] 7/1
3 ONE GREAT CAT (USA) (Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 2-9-00 Johnny Murtagh [3] 3/1f
5 DRAWNFROMTHEPAST (IRE) (Elaine & Martyn Booth) Jamie Osborne 2-9-00 Martin Dwyer [6]
6 MASTER CHEF (IRE) (HRH Princess Haya Of Jordan) John Gosden 2-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [11]
7 BOBS SURPRISE (Bob Morton) Barry Hills 2-9-00 Michael Hills [2]
8 ROKER PARK (T Alderson) Karl Burke 2-9-00 Neil Callan [4]
9 CEE BARGARA (A Taylor) Jamie Osborne 2-9-00 Jim Crowley [10]

9 ran
Non-runners: Legal Eagle (vc), Sharp Nephew (vc), Western Art (vc)
Distances: 1 1/4, 1 1/2, dh, 1, 3/4, 1 3/4, 1/2, 1/2
Time: 1m 11.59s
Breeder: Five-D Thoroughbreds Llc
Breeding: ch c Van Nistelrooy (USA) - Countess Gold (USA) (Mt Livermore (USA))
Totes: Win: £8.40 Places: £2.40, £1.80, £1.30. £0.80 Exacta: £72.10

Winning trainer:- Name: Noseda, Jeremy James Date of birth: 17/9/63 Trains at Shalfleet, Bury Road, Newmarket Other details: Served as assistant trainer with John Dunlop (6 years), John Gosden (5 years) and Godolphin (2 years). Trained for a while in America before returning to Britain. Horses in training (1998-2007): 48: 78: 66: 70: 71: 67: 81: 91: 114: 117 Wins in a season (1997-2006): 0, 18, 39, 40, 37, 43, 37, 34, 47; 46 Wins in 2007: 32 British Classic Wins: (1) Ladbrokes St Leger (2006 Sixties Icon) Major wins: Irish 2000 Guineas (2006 Araafa); Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (2004 Wilko), Chippenham Lodge Stud Cherry Hinton Stakes (1998 Wannabe Grand - Noseda’s first Group race win in Britain - 2006 Sander Camillo); Cheveley Park Stakes (1998 Wannabe Grand, 2003 Carry On Katie) Nell Gwyn (2001 Lil’s Jessy), Princess Margaret Stakes (2001 Leggy Lou), Lupe Stakes (2002 Mellow Park), Lancashire Oaks (2002 Mellow Park), Musidora Stakes (2003 Cassis), Challenge Stakes (2003 Just James), Gimcrack Stakes (2003 Balmont), Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile (2006 Simply Perfect), Middle Park Stakes (2003 Balmont), Musidora Stakes (2000 Kalypso Katie), Richmond Stakes (2007 Strike The Deal), Sussex Stakes (2005 Proclamation), Jockey Club Stakes (2007 Sixties Icon) Royal Ascot Wins (7): Jersey Stakes (2002 Just James, 2005 Proclamation), Norfolk Stakes (2004 Blue Dakota), Albany Stakes (2005 La Chunga, 2006 Sander Camillo), St James’s Palace Stakes (2006 Araafa), Golden Jubilee Stakes (2007 Soldier’s Tale) First Goodwood winner: Blushing Bride (ROA Auction Stakes, September 20, 2000)Total Goodwood wins: 13 (5 at Festival Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Ahern, Edward Delacy Age: 28 (Born: 6/12/1977) Weight: 7st 12lb First Winner: Ardlea House (Dundalk, 1994) Major Achievements: Champion Apprentice and Derrinstown Stud Champion Apprentice in 1997 Major Races Won: Ascot Stakes (1998 San Sebastian), Challenge Stakes (2002 Nayyir), Diomed Stakes (2002 Nayyir), July Stakes (2006 Strategic Prince), Lennox Stakes (2002 and 2003 Nayyir), Richmond Stakes (2007 Strike The Deal), totesport Cambridgeshire (2002 Beauchamp Pilot), Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes (2006 Strategic Prince) Wins in Britain 2000-2006: 2; 3; 83; 108; 111; 120; 140 Wins in 2007: 48 Royal Ascot Wins (3): Ascot Stakes (1998 San Sebastian), Norfolk Stakes (2004 Blue Dakota), Wokingham Stakes (2004 Lafi) First Goodwood winner: True Night (The Tatler Summer Season Handicap, July 30, 2002) Goodwood winners: 16 (9 at Festival Meeting)


£20,000 guaranteed, 7f, For 2yo Weights highest weight 9st 7lb Weights raised 1lb Minimum Weight 7st 12lb Penalties after July 21, each race won 6lb Sofia’s Star Handicap Mark 89 Entries 40 pay £100 Penalty Value 1st £12,954, 2nd 3,854, 3rd £1,926, 4th £962

1 COASTING (Sir John Ritblat, David & Jennifer Sieff) Amanda Perrett 2-9-03 Jim Crowley [16] 10/1
2 HUZZAH (IRE) (J Gale, J Finch, D Cole, R Dollar, D Powell) Barry Hills 2-8-05 Martin Dwyer [3] 22/1
3 MEERISS (IRE) (Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum) Mick Channon 2-9-02 Hugh Bowman [17] 12/1
4 MISS FIREFLY (ROA Racing Partnership VI) Mick Channon 2-8-03 Eddie Creighton [9] 33/1
5 THE BETCHWORTH KID (Henry Ponsonby) Michael Bell 2-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [6]
6; SHIFTING STAR (IRE) (Night Shadow Syndicate) Walter Swinburn 2-9-00 Adam Kirby [1] 9/2f
7 SOFIA'S STAR (David Holden) Peter Winkworth 2-9-04 Liam Jones (3) [7]
8 DISTANT CHARM (IRE) Richard Hannon 2-9-02 Ryan Moore [8]
9 KYRIE ELEISON (IRE) (Mrs J Wood) Richard Hannon 2-8-03 Francis Norton [2]
10 GOLDEN PENNY (Mrs B Oppenheimer) Hughie Morrison 2-8-09 Steve Drowne [14]
11 SILVER WIND (Silver Wind Partnership) David Evans 2-9-01v1 Stephen Donohoe [4]
12 FARTHERMOST (IRE) (Mill House Partnership) Richard Hannon 2-7-12 David Kinsella [11]
13 HANSINGER (IRE) (Lovely Bubbly Racing) Ben Case 2-8-11 Chris Catlin [13]
14 GULF COAST (Sheikh Mohammed) Mark Johnston 2-8-00 Adrian Nicholls [10]
15 MARNING STAR (Noel Martin) Mick Channon 2-8-07 John Egan [5]
16 LA CHICALUNA (The Living Legend Racing Partnership) James Given 2-8-10 Paul Hanagan [15]
17 LADY NOVA (IRE) (Michael Keogh) Stan Moore 2-7-12p Adrian McCarthy [12]

17 ran
Distances: 4, nk, nk, 1/2, nk, 2, 1/2, hd, nk, nk, 1 1/4, 1/2, hd, 1/2, 5, 16
Time: 1m 26.95s
Breeder: Dare Wigan
Breeding: b c Cape Cross (IRE) - Sweeping (Indian King (USA))
Totes: Win: £11.70 Places: £2.59, £5.80, £3.50, £6.40 Exacta: £271.90

Winning Trainer:- Name: Perrett, Amanda Born: December 31, 1969 Married: July 2, 1995 Trains at: Coombelands Stables, Pulborough, West Sussex Riding Career: 54 wins under Rules, 40 point-to-point winners First Trainer’s Licence: 1996 First Group 1 Win: Prix du Moulin (2000 Indian Lodge) Other Big Race Wins: Prix de la Foret (2000 Indian Lodge); Oak Tree Stakes (2002 Desert Alchemy); Celebration Mile (2002 Tillerman); Gordon Richards Stakes (2005 Weightless); Diadem Stakes (2005 Baron’s Pit); Lupe Stakes (2006 Soft Centre (dht Rising Cross)), Henry II Stakes (2006 Tungsten Strike), Sagaro Stakes (2007 Tungsten Strike) Winners (1996-2006): 1; 8; 11; 18; 27; 37; 60; 55; 52; 42; 32 Horses in Training (2001-07): 99; 104; 100; 120; 109; 104; 85 Wins in 2007: 21 Number of Royal Ascot Wins: (1) King George V Handicap (2000 Give The Slip) First Royal Ascot Winner: King George V Handicap, June 22, 2000, (Give The Slip) First Goodwood win: Transom (Mortar Mill Handicap, June 12, 1997) Total Goodwood wins: 32 (4 at Festival Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Crowley, Jim Born: July 14, 1978 Based: Middleham, North Yorkshire. Formerly a conditional rider for Sue Smith. Enjoying a burgeoning career on the flat in 2006 after making his name over jumps First Winner: Robbo (Southwell, August 15, 1997, Mars Amateur Riders’ Maiden Handicap) Number of Flat Wins (2004-2006): 1; 0; 36 Wins in 2007: 55 Big Race Wins: Fenwolf Stakes (2006 Hawridge Prince), Jockey Club Cup (2006 Hawridge Prince); totesport Lanzarote Hurdle (Crossbow Creek 2005) Total Goodwood Wins: 7 (1 at Festival Meeting) First Glorious Goodwood Winner: Coasting, Royal & SunAlliance Nursery, August 3, 2007


£20,000 guaranteed, 6f, For 3yo+ which were declared to run, but were eliminated at the 48 hour declaration stage from the 2007 Blue Square.com Stewards’ Cup Weights highest weight 9st 10lb Weights raised 1lb Minimum weight 7st 12lb Penalties after June 30, a winner 3lb; a winner of 2 races 5lb Weight for age 3 from 4yo+ 4lb Sand Cat’s Handicap Mark 95 Entries 83 pay £100 Penalty Value 1st £12, 464, 2nd £3,732, 3rd £1,866, 4th £934, 5th £466, 6th £234

1 PEARLY WEY (Dennis Shaw) Clive Cox 4-9-05 Philip Robinson [9] 8/1
2 JOSEPH HENRY (Billy Hughes) David Nicholls 5-9-00 David Kinsella [4] 16/1
3 INDIAN TRAIL (Martin Love) David Nicholls 7-9-05v Adrian Nicholls [19] 6/1jf
4 OBE GOLD (Bdr Partnership 1) Mick Channon 5-9-02v1 Jimmy Quinn [16] 33/1
5 MERLIN'S DANCER (Helen Chamberlain & Tom Parker) Simon Dow 7-9-08 John Egan [14]
6 MUJOOD (Eden Racing) Eve Johnson Houghton 4-9-04b Stephen Carson [28]
7 BORDER MUSIC (Kingsclere Stud) Andrew Balding 6-8-13b Francis Norton [24] 6/1jf
8 ORANMORE CASTLE (IRE) (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls 5-8-07t Sam Hitchcott [15]
9 NAMIR (IRE) (Ownaracehorse.co.uk (Shakespeare)) Derek Shaw 5-8-04tvow3lb Patrick Hills (5) [5]
10 ROMAN MAZE (The Jenko & Thommo Partnership) Mark Brisbourne 7-9-02 Ryan Moore [10]
11 LONGQUAN (IRE) (R & G Marchant, D Ahier, J Carrington) Peter Makin 3-9-08 Pat Cosgrave [27]
12 IDLE POWER (IRE) (The Idle B’s) Jim Boyle 9-9-00 Amir Quinn [3]
13 THE CAYTERERS (R Willis & M Watts) Milton Bradley 5-8-01pow3lb Kevin Ghunowa (5) [18]
14 CAPTAIN HURRICANE (The Comic Strip Heroes) Brian Meehan 5-9-02p Stephen Donohoe [26]
15 HE'S A HUMBUG (IRE) (David Fraviga, Kathy Dixon) Kevin Ryan 3-9-03 Neil Callan [2]
16 TONY THE TAP (K Mercer & S Mercer) William Muir 6-8-10 Martin Dwyer [13]
17 GOLDEN DIXIE (USA) (Vicki Davies) Ron Harris 8-9-03 Steve Drowne [6]
18 WOODCOTE (IRE) (Dennis Shaw) Clive Cox 5-9-08eb Adam Kirby [21]
19 VARADOURO (BRZ) (David Nicholls) David Nicholls 5-8-13 Adele Rothery (7) [11]
20 DON PELE (IRE) (Robert & Nina Bailey) Ron Harris 5-8-01p Liam Jones (3) [23] 9
21 MY GACHO (IRE) (Grant Mercer) David Barron 5-8-13b Jamie Spencer [1]
22 LADY LIVIUS (IRE) (Mrs John Lee) Richard Hannon 4-9-05v Jimmy Fortune [22]
23 MINE BEHIND (M Folan, R Lees, R Crampton) John Best 7-8-09 Richard Thomas [17]
24 FOREST DANE (The Ember Partnership) Dina Smith 7-8-12 Jim Crowley [12]
25 FIRE UP THE BAND (A A Bloodstock) David Nicholls 8-9-08 Francis Norton [25]
26 PACIFIC PRIDE (Maxilead Limited) John Quinn 4-9-06v Graham Gibbons [7]
27 SAND CAT (Eerc) Gary Moore 4-9-10 Hugh Bowman [8]

27 ran
Non-runner: Guest Connection (withdrawn)
Distances: hd, 1, 1/2, 1 1/4, sh, sh, hd, 1/2, hd, nk, nk, hd, sh, 1, sh, hd, 1/2, 3/4, hd, 1/2, 1 1/4, nk, 3 1/2, nk, 3/4, 8
Time: 1m 11.35s
Breeder: Leydens Farm Stud
Breeding: b g Lujain (USA) - Dunkellin (USA) (Irish River (FR))
Totes: Win: £10.40 Places: £2.40, £4.20, £2.60, £9.20 Exacta: £202.40

Winning trainer:- Name: Cox, Clive Born: May 14, 1964 Trains at: Beechdown Farm, Sheepdrove, Lambourn, Berks Former Occupation: Professional jump and Flat jockey recording 80 winners in ten years. Rode for Peter Cundell on the Flat and Oliver Sherwood over Jumps. Started dual-purpose training from a farm in Wootton Bassett in 1992, having previously run a livery yard in Lambourn for several years. He was forced to quit a year later due to the recession, having saddled three winners, joining Mikey Heaton-Ellis’ yard near Swindon as assistant trainer. He worked for him for seven years before taking out a trainer’s licence again in 1999 upon Heaton-Ellis’ death from motor neurone disease. First Winner On Return To Training: Bet Direct On Racing Channel Text Page 372 Handicap, March 14, 2000, Southwell Other Major Wins Include: Dubai Duty Free Cup (2005 New Seeker), Dubai Duty Free Handicap (2003 & 2004 Ionian Spring), Gosforth Park Cup (2005 Out After Dark), London Clubs International Handicap (2006 Dunelight), Tote International (2003 & 2005 New Seeker), Portland Handicap (2005 Out After Dark), Prix Le Fabuleux (2003 Lago D’Orta), On The House Stakes (2007 Dunelight) Wins on Flat in 2000-06: 3; 8; 11; 14; 16; 23; 25 Wins in 2007: 15 Horses In Training (2004-2007): 30; 34; 50; 65 Royal Ascot Wins (2): Britannia Stakes (2003 New Seeker), Royal Hunt Cup (2005 New Seeker) First Goodwood Winner: Thyolo, EBF GG Club Racing Stakes, September 13, 2003 Total Goodwood Wins: 6 (2 at Festival meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Robinson, Philip Peter. Born: January 10, 1961 in Newmarket Apprenticeship: With father, Peter Robinson. First winner: Busting (Yarmouth, June 14, 1978) British Classic wins: (3) 1,000 Guineas (1984 Pebbles; 2001 Ameerat); St Leger (1993 Bob's Return) Other major wins include: German 1,000 Guineas (2000 Crimplene), Irish 1,000 Guineas (2000 Crimplene), French Derby (2000 Holding Court), Coronation Stakes (1984 Katies, 2000 Crimplene); Vodafone Nassau Stakes (2000 Crimplene) Great Voltigeur Stakes (1993 Bob’s Return); Premio Presidente della Repubblica (2003 Rakti), Vodafone Coronation Cup (2003 Warrsan); Champion Stakes (2003 Rakti); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2001, Life Is Life), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2003, Attache), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (2004 Rakti), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2004 Rakti), Lockinge Stakes (2005 Rakti) Wolferton Rated Stakes (2004 Red Fort), totesport Chester Cup (2004, 2005 Anak Pekan), Wokingham Stakes (2005 Ifraaj) Wins (1992-2006): 52, 52, 50, 41, 31, 0, 28, 53, 57, 47, 55, 70, 67, 70, 75 Wins in 2007: 37 Royal Ascot wins: () Coronation Stakes (1984, Katies and 2000, Crimplene); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2001, Life Is Life), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2003, Attache), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (2004 Rakti), Wolferton Rated Stakes (2004 Red Fort), Royal Hunt Cup (2005 New Seeker), Wokingham Stakes (2005 Iffraaj), Chesham Stakes (2006 Champlain) First Royal Ascot winner: Coronation Stakes (June 20, 1984, Katies) Other details: Rode in Hong Kong 1989-91 (leading rider 1989 and 1990) and returned in 1997 First Goodwood win: Karamita (Extel H’cap, August 1, 1980) Total Goodwood wins: 29 (10 at Festival Meeting)


£16,000 guaranteed, 5f, For 3yo Rated 76-95 (also open to such horses rated 75 and below) Weights highest weight 9st 7lb Minimum weight 8st 2lb Penalties after July 21, each race won 6lb Morinqua’s Handicap Mark 94 Entries 37 pay £50 Penalty Value 1st £9,971.20, 2nd £2,985.60, 3rd £1,492.80, 4th £747.20, 5th £372.80, 6th £187.20

1 MAROZI (USA) (Sheikh Mohammed) Michael Jarvis 3-8-07 Philip Robinson [10] 7/2f
2 MORINQUA (IRE) (The Living Legend Racing Partnership) James Given 3-9-07 Jimmy Fortune [21] 8/1
3 VALERY BORZOV (IRE) (D Kilburn/I Hewitson/David Nicholls) David Nicholls 3-8-07 Adrian Nicholls [18] 8/1
4 RASAMAN (IRE) (Thurloe Thoroughbreds XVII) Michael Jarvis 3-8-10 Paul Doe [20] 20/1
5 SOUTHANDWEST (IRE) (B McNicholas & M Feehan) Stan Moore 3-9-00 John Egan [15]
6 GENTLE GURU (Flying Tiger Partnership) Richard Phillips 3-8-06 Martin Dwyer [17]
7 MAC GILLE EOIN (M C S D Racing Partnership) John Gallagher 3-9-03 Jim Crowley [6]
8 ROCKER (Sir Eric Parker) Brett Johnson 3-8-02v Jimmy Quinn [19]
9 SOHRAAB (Pangfield Racing) Hughie Morrison 3-8-13 Steve Drowne [8]
10 NORTHERN FLING (Jim Dale/Jason Berry) David Nicholls 3-8-12 Adele Rothery (7) [1]
11 STEELCUT (A Rhodes Haulage & P Timmins) Richard Fahey 3-8-07 Paul Hanagan [14]
12 BUCKIE MASSA (M M Matalon) Sylvester Kirk 3-8-02 Francis Norton [16]
13 BAZROY (IRE) (Barry McCabe) David Evans 3-8-09ow3 Stephen Donohoe [11]
14 DIMINUTO (R Brookes) Mark Usher 3-8-12 Frances Pickard (7)[7]
15 LUSCIVIOUS (Paul Dixon & Keith Barratt) Alan McCabe 3-9-02b Adam Kirby [3]
16 MAMBO SPIRIT (IRE) (Jones, Jones, Clarke & O’Sullivan) James Given 3-9-02 Ryan Moore [12]
17 FRISKY TALK (IRE) (Paul McNamara) Barry Hills 3-8-02 Chris Catlin [4]
18 BOOKIESINDEX BOY (Bookmakers Index Limited) John Jenkins 3-8-02b Adrian McCarthy [9]
19 OBSTRUCTIVE (Andrew Reid) Dean Ivory 3-9-02 Patrick Hills (5) [2]
20 DADDY COOL (Mascalls Stud) Bill Turner 3-8-04 Liam Jones (3) [5]

20 ran
Non-runner: Dress To Impress
Distances: 3/4, hd, sh, sh, 1 3/4, 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, sh, nk, sh, sh, 3/4, 1 1/4, 1/2, 2 1/2, 5, 1/2, 3
Time: 57.69s
Breeder: Gaines-Gentry Thoroughbreds
Breeding: ch c Forest Wildcat (USA) - Chitka (USA) (Jade Hunter (USA))
Totes: Wins: £5.20 Places: £2.00, £2.90, £2.80, £4.70 Exacta: £56.70

Winning trainer:-Name: Jarvis, Michael Andrew Born: Lewes, 14/8/1938 Date of first licence: 1968 First winner: Knotty Pine, Doncaster, March 26, 1968 Previous Occupation: Son of jump jockey Andrew Jarvis, worked for Bob Turnell and Ryan Price, rode 3 winners as National Hunt jockey, head lad to Towser Gosden for 6 years, head lad to Gordon Smyth for 2 years, private trainer to David Robinson for 8 years. Wins in a season (1991-2006): 24: 28: 21: 15: 18: 20: 17: 19: 35: 38: 56: 55: 57: 65: 59; 73 Number of horses in training (1991-2007): 59: 46: 39: 39: 43: 36: 45: 66: 61: 73: 95: 106: 103: 94:100: 110; 113 British Classic Wins: 1000 Guineas (2001 Ameerat), Vodafone Oaks (2005 Eswarah) Major wins include: Champion Stakes (2003 Rakti), Chester Cup (2004, 2005 Anak Pekan), Coronation Cup (1982 Easter Sun), French Derby (2000 Holding Court), Haydock Sprint Cup (1969 Tudor Music, 1971 Green God, 1984 Petong), Italian St Leger (1989 Sierra Star), Italian Derby (1989 Prorutori, 2001 Morshdi), Juddmonte International (1981 Beldale Flutter), Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes (2005 Rakti), July Cup (1968 So Blessed, 1969 Tudor Music), Nunthorpe Stakes (1968 Flying Legs, 1973 Bitty Girl), Premio Presidente Della Repubblica (1985 Bob Back, 2003 Rakti), Premio Parioli (1984 Southern Arrow), Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (1989 Carroll House), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2004 Rakti), Racing Post Trophy (1980 Beldale Flutter), Italian Oaks (2007 Fashion Statement) Trains at: Kremlin House, Newmarket, Suffolk Wins in 2007: 42 Royal Ascot wins: (14) Cork and Orrery Stakes (1969 Tudor Music), Queen Mary Stakes (1973 Bitty Girl), Jersey Stakes (1973 Pitskelly), Queen’s Vase (1980 Toondra), Wokingham Handicap (1984 Petong, 2005 Iffraaj), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (1985 Bob Back, 2004 Rakti), Queen Alexandra Stakes (2001 Life Is Life), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2003 Attache), Sandringham Rated Stakes (2004 Celtic Heroine), Wolferton Rated Stakes (2004 Red Fort), Chesham Stakes (2006 Champlain), Ribblesdale Stakes (2007 Silkwood) First Royal Ascot win: Cork and Orrery Stakes (June 19, 1969 Tudor Music) First Goodwood winner: Flying Legs (July 30, 1968 - Molecomb Stakes) Total Goodwood wins: 34 (15 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Robinson, Philip Peter. Born: January 10, 1961 in Newmarket Apprenticeship: With father, Peter Robinson. First winner: Busting (Yarmouth, June 14, 1978) British Classic wins: (3) 1,000 Guineas (1984 Pebbles; 2001 Ameerat); St Leger (1993 Bob's Return) Other major wins include: German 1,000 Guineas (2000 Crimplene), Irish 1,000 Guineas (2000 Crimplene), French Derby (2000 Holding Court), Coronation Stakes (1984 Katies, 2000 Crimplene); Vodafone Nassau Stakes (2000 Crimplene) Great Voltigeur Stakes (1993 Bob’s Return); Premio Presidente della Repubblica (2003 Rakti), Vodafone Coronation Cup (2003 Warrsan); Champion Stakes (2003 Rakti); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2001, Life Is Life), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2003, Attache), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (2004 Rakti), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2004 Rakti), Lockinge Stakes (2005 Rakti) Wolferton Rated Stakes (2004 Red Fort), totesport Chester Cup (2004, 2005 Anak Pekan), Wokingham Stakes (2005 Ifraaj) Wins (1992-2006): 52, 52, 50, 41, 31, 0, 28, 53, 57, 47, 55, 70, 67, 70, 75 Wins in 2007: 38 Royal Ascot wins: () Coronation Stakes (1984, Katies and 2000, Crimplene); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2001, Life Is Life), Buckingham Palace Stakes (2003, Attache), Prince of Wales’s Stakes (2004 Rakti), Wolferton Rated Stakes (2004 Red Fort), Royal Hunt Cup (2005 New Seeker), Wokingham Stakes (2005 Iffraaj), Chesham Stakes (2006 Champlain) First Royal Ascot winner: Coronation Stakes (June 20, 1984, Katies) Other details: Rode in Hong Kong 1989-91 (leading rider 1989 and 1990) and returned in 1997 First Goodwood win: Karamita (Extel H’cap, August 1, 1980) Total Goodwood wins: 30 (11 at Festival Meeting)

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