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Wednesday, July 30, 2003



Last year’s winner Jardines Lookout heads a field of ten for the Lady O Goodwood Cup, the feature event on the third day of the Glorious Goodwood meeting tomorrow. Though he has not quite refound that form in his two ventures this year, he ran encouragingly when fourth to Mr Dinos in the Gold Cup at Ascot last month and is clearly far from a back number.

If, though, he is to repeat last year’s success, Jardines Lookout will have to reverse Royal Ascot form with Persian Punch, who was written off by some after being well beaten here last year but has rammed that theory very much down its proposers’ throats.

He showed excellent form in the later weeks of last year and, though decisively beaten by Mr Dinos when he was second in the Gold Cup, he left no doubt that he is still a force to be reckoned with. His exploits have rightly made him hugely popular among racing fans and he can be guaranteed a magnificent reception should he win.

Boreas had some fine efforts to his name last season, including a defeat of Persian Punch in the Doncaster Cup. He could not quite run to that mark when the pair were fourth and fifth to Mr Dinos in the Henry 11 Stakes at Sandown in May, but it would be premature to write him off just yet.

As well as Persian Punch, David Elsworth will also saddle Gulf, though the pair are in different ownership with Persian Punch belonging to Jeff Smith and Gulf carrying the colours of Raymond Tooth. Gulf ran well last time when trying to give 18lb to course specialist Mana Dargent at Ascot and looks like a horse on the upgrade.

The Dubai-trained Kayseri won a race in Dubai in April and ran respectably when fifth at York last time, though he may need to improve a bit on that to play a leading role here.

Mark Johnston, whose name is irrevocably associated with the wonderful Double Trigger, the only horse to win the Goodwood Cup three times, is to be represented by Zindabad, who has spent many a day plying his trade in top company all over the world and has been well rewarded for his efforts. Some of his recent shows have not perhaps seen him at his best and he would probably prefer drier ground.

Savannah Bay, controversially awarded a race at Ascot in April which was later taken away from him, ran well in the Gold Cup; Sentinel did very well to beat all but Unleash in the Northumberland Plate last time but is stepping up in grade here, and though Swing Wing was ahead of Persian Punch when they were fourth and fifth at Newbury in May, he may not confirm that form over this longer trip and at these weights.


Today’s crowd at Goodwood was 19,342, up 1,147 or 6 per cent on last year’s figure.

Rod Fabricius, Goodwood’s General Manager and Clerk of the Course, reflected: “We had a fairytale result for Pat Eddery in what will be his last Glorious Goodwood Festival Meeting to ride yet another Group 1 winner.

“A close second was Mark Johnston’s century of winners for the season reached as part of a double.”

Yesterday’s crowd was 13,511, down 705 or five per cent on the 2002. “We’d attribute that to the weather as the losses were largely in the Public Enclosure,” added Fabricius.



.Mark Johnston sent out his 100th domestic winner of the year - there have also been three overseas - when Knavesmire Omen made all the runnning to take Goodwood’s longest race of the season by six lengths from Positive Profile.

As well as being his century, this was also the tenth consecutive year in which Johnston has reached three figures, an achievement which no other trainer, even including such stars as Sir Michael Stoute and Henry Cecil, can equal.

“I don’t know if it is our fastest hundred, but it is certainly faster than last year when we did not do it until Bandari won the Voltigeur at York,” said Johnston, who looked back to the time when he first reached the century in 1994. “I wondered at one time if those days might have been more impressive on a strike rate/percentage basis, but as far as I can see this has been our best year in that respect,” he said.

Johnston was keen to pay tribute to the way in which Darryll Holland rode the winner. “Darryll is a marvellous tactical jockey,” he said. “The easier ground certainly helped Knavesmire Omen, but Darryll knew exactly how fast to go and at what stage.”

The jockey, having his 50th Goodwood success, repaid the compliment by saying that “Mark’s horses certainly keep going. I gave him a break at the top of the hill, and really he was going to win from some way out.”

Knavesmire Omen, bought back last autumn by half of the 12-strong syndicate who used to own him, is a possible though at the moment no more than that, for next month’s Tote Ebor at York in which a 7lb penalty will bring his weight up to 9st.

Prices about him for York vary from the 28-1 of Paddy Power via the 25-1 of the sponsors and the 20-1 from Coral and Ladbrokes to the cautious 16-1 from Victor Chandler.


After the first race, Mick Kinane described the ground as “good to soft”, David Kinsella said “it’s a bit sticky out there”, Pat Eddery called the ground “soft”, Richard Quinn commented “it’s pretty slow - it’s soft”, Jamie Spencer said “it’s tacky enough” while Seb Sanders said “it’s on the soft side.”



Lucky Story was quoted as short as 25/1 with Paddy Power for next year’s 2,000 Guineas following his length and a quarter success from The Mighty Tiger in the Group 2 Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes.

“He’s still a bit green and laid-back, he wandered and found a bit more,” said the winning trainer Mark Johnston. “He threw away his first race and has never had a proper battle since. I still think there’s more to come.

“I’ve said all week that he’s the best I’ve had since Mister Baileys and this horse is certainly built, bred and got the form for the Guineas.

“Early on I was sure that he was the best we had then he got beaten in a gallop by Russian Valour, who has gone on to win the Norfolk.

“He’s certainly a Group 1 horse from now on and (owner’s racing manager) Joe Mercer mentioned the Dewhurst and Racing Post Trophy.

“I’ve never been remotely in this position before with my two-year-olds, not even bringing Pearl Of Love, Russian Valour and Attraction to Goodwood.”

Jockey Keith Dalgleish added: “He’s still backward and a big baby but he’s a lovely horse. Of all the years I’ve been involved in the yard, this is easily the best set of two-year-olds we have had.

“He’s just done enough to win and is still very green.”



Aidan O’Brien was very satisfied with the displays by his team of The Mighty Tiger and Devil Moon, who filled the places behind successful hot favourite Lucky Story in the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes.

“I was very pleased with them both, especially as this was the first time that either of them has raced round a bend,” he said.

“The Mighty Tiger looked as if he could make a race of it with the winner going to the last furlong, but Mick (Kinane) said that he had been very green going round the bend into the straight.

“He kept on well, though, and although Devil Moon was a 100-1 chance he did not surprise us. He has always been a horse that we have liked and he has been going well.

“But having said that, the winner does look like a very good horse.”



Reel Buddy, starting at 20-1, came from last to first to win a brilliantly exciting Sussex Stakes in a driving finish in which the first five were separated by barely half a length as he got home from Statue of Liberty, Norse Dancer, Zafeen and Moon Ballad.

But for all the merit of his achievement, the real star of the show was his rider Pat Eddery, now in the closing months of his career as a jockey after a 30-plus year career which has yielded him 11 championships.

And the occasion was not lost on his fellow riders, as they came out in force to cheer him as he rode Reel Buddy back to the unsaddling enclosure. One of them, possibly Jimmy Quinn, had the nerve to call out ‘well done, grandad ’, but Eddery showed no sign of taking offence at such impertinence.

“It’s great to ride a Group 1 winner in my final season,” he said. “Some people may have felt that I would retire if I rode another Group 1 winner, but I certainly shant’t be packing up at once. I enjoy it too much and I shall certainly go on for a bit longer, though overall the time has come to call it a day.”

Speaking of Reel Buddy, Eddery said: “He’s a funny old horse and you mustn’t get at him. If you get at him he can stop on you, so all you can do is squeeze him up, and he has run on really well today.”

Richard Hannon junior, whose father trains the winner but was unable to be at Goodwood, explained the absence. “Dad has hurt his back but he will have been watching at home and no doubt riding a finish. It will be kill or cure as far as his back was concerned.”

Hannon also revealed that if his father had had his way Reel Buddy would have run in the Listed Vodafone Thorougbred Stakes here on Saturday, but owner Bill Jones, who races under the banner of the Speedlith Group, wanted to take his chance today.

“I suppose you could say that we would have owed him £128,000 (winning owner’s prize money) if he hadn’t run,” he said.

“He’s a funny horse and, though he has never won anything bet
ter than a Group III before now, he was always the sort who just might do something like this. You couldn’t really fancy him, but even so I backed him!”


Pat Eddery, riding his sixth Sussex Stakes winner on Reel Buddy, said: “I am going to ride to the end of the season. That was just the icing on the cake - great. Reel Buddy gave me a lovely ride throughout the race - he picked up well for me - it was very exciting.

“They were going a pretty good gallop - motoring along. Luckily enough they got to the furlong marker and they were all stopping - my little fellow had something in reserve.

“To win any Group 1 is just fantastic - it is just lovely to do it in my last year. The horse has always threatened to come up with a good one and today he did.

“My fellow just kept running on and staying on - when I got to the front I was just a bit worried that he would take it easy because you cannot give him a smack - he will pull up with you - I just squeezed him and he got home.

“He thought he had the race won because he went half a length up and eased down on me. I have still got to ride for Mr Dunlop and I will ride until the end of the season for him.

“Each Group 1 is just great and that was fantastic. I am just so pleased that Richard (Hannon) gave me the ride. I have ridden Reel Buddy the last twice and today he has come up with the goods.

“When you ride good ones like that, it is great, but they don’t come up every day. I will definitely retire at the end of the season. I am looking forward to my new venture, the Pat Eddery Racing Syndicate, and I cannot do that and ride.

“Goodwood has been a very lucky track for me - I have ridden a lot of winners here. It is quite funny, down at the start, I knew I had ridden five Sussex Stakes winners and needed one more to equal Lester Piggott’s total and I said I don’t think it will happen today!

“I thought he would be placed because he ran a great race last year - obviously the ground and the pace helped him. This big Goodwood meeting is always fantastic - one of the best.

“It is great that the jocks came out - really good.”



Statue Of Liberty, who was well-backed for the Sussex Stakes throughout the day, nearly justified the support when losing out by a head to Reel Buddy in the Group 1 event.

“He had no luck in the race but was really coming home,” said the second’s trainer Aidan O’Brien. “He was by far our best two-year-old last year then was off for 11 months before Ascot, he had a little setback in the spring and I didn’t really have time to prepare him fully.

“He ran much better today and is in all the good mile races.”

David Elsworth, trainer of third-placed Norse Dancer, said: “We were in front but not where it mattered. He has an abundance of ability and in hindsight Richard (Quinn) would have probably come a bit later. We will have an alternative plan next time.

“He’s in the Juddmonte International and a Group 3 at Deauville but if we decide to go for a Group 1 next I think we’ll go to York.”

Mick Channon was satisfied with the efforts of St James’s Palace Stakes winner Zafeen to come fourth. “He’s run a cracker again but would have preferred a bit better ground,” said the trainer. “He’s run his race and we’ll take our time with him, he’s still got everything to play for.”

The 9/4 favourite Trade Fair finished sixth and his trainer Roger Charlton said: “He’s run well to a furlong and a half out then he got a bit squeezed and the ground probably didn’t suit.”



The Swedish Derby on August 10 is the target for the Sir Mark Prescott-trained No Refuge after he justified strong market support to land the Tote Gold Trophy under Seb Sanders.

“They went very quick, they went so fast that I just took my time but probably got there too soon,” said Sanders. “He’s still improving and is very laidback - when he won for the first time at Wolverhampton it was probably the hardest ride of my life.”

Wally Sturt, who owns the winner in partnership, added: “Sir Mark has taken the stable staff to a buffet lunch organised by one of his owners so he has left us in charge. He likes to go to these things to check up on the staff!

“He’s gone up the weights a lot and about a month ago we decided to go for the Swedish Derby on August 10, where we could pick up £71,000 if he wins.”

After Santando had beaten all but No Refuge in the Tote Gold Trophy, trainer Clive Brittain said: “He has run very well and the idea now is to run him in the Ebor.”

The colt is quoted at 20/1 (from 25/1) by Ladbrokes for the big York handicap and Brittain feels that the track and the longer distance will suit him well.

“He’s a very lazy horse and a hard ride - it has taken all Kieren Fallon’s strength to win on him and when he couldn’t ride today we wanted to give him every help we could which is why we put the visor on.

“We have tried him in cheekpieces but they didn’t have any effect and he worked well at home in a visor when we tried it.”

Santando has 7st 11lb in the Ebor and has also been entered for the St Leger. “You know me, never leave any stone unturned,” added the trainer.

Barry Hills was very pleased with the effort by Trust Rule, who came from a long way back to finish third at his first attempt over this distance.

“We had to hold him up to help him get the trip and he didn’t come down the hill too well,” he added.



“She is an improving filly and putting the visor on her has made all the difference,” said Michael Bell after Hoh Buzzard had made all the running to take the Weatherbys Bank Fillies’ Rated Stakes by three lengths from Opera Glass.

“Kieren (Fallon) advised us to put the visor on when he rode her three races ago and it has certainly done the trick.

“She doesn’t have to make the running like she did here, but she did so when she won at Newmarket and Kieren said that there was no pace on here so she might as well do so again.

“We have targeted this race since she won at Newmarket -- it was the obvious race to go for --, and now we shall move her up in class and try for a Listed race. There is one at Ascot which might suit her.”

Bell added that Nevisian Lad, who finished last in the Veuve Clicquiot Vintage Stakes, could not cope with the soft ground.

“He is clearly a six furlong horse who wants it firm,” he said. “When I walked the course this morning it was undoubtedly soft in the straight and he did not like it, but you never know until you try and now we know where we are with him.”


Johnny Murtagh was fined £130 for not arriving to ride Castleton in the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes and for giving no explanation to the stewards.


Keith Dalgleish was suspended for two days (August 8 and 9) for using his whip with excessive force on Lucky Story, winner of the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes.



Prince Khalid Abdulla was on hand to watch his home-bred juvenile Tarot Card make a winning debut when landing the Findon Maiden Fillies’ Stakes by half a length from Dunloskin.

“I don’t think the track suited and she was a bit green to start with but is quite a nice animal,” said the winning trainer Barry Hills. “We’ll step her up to seven furlongs next and she’ll get a mile.”

Hills is considering the Group 3 Britannia Rescue Prestige Stakes, which he won last year with Geminiani, at Goodwood on Sunday, August 24, as a possible next step.

“We’d maybe bring her back here for that race, it’s the sort of thing you’d be aiming at.”

Michael Jarvis was very satisfied with the debut effort by runner-up Dunloskin, the only one of the six fillies to have been entered for York’s Lowther Stakes.

“She is a fine big filly with a bit of size about her,” he said. “It looked as if she might win a furlong and a half out, but then she started pricking her ears and looking about her, as they so often do due to inexperience.”



Former jump jockey Tony Carroll, who now trains a mixed string of about 40 horses near Alcester in Warwickshire, sent out his first winner at the course when 9-2 favourite Cerulean Rose completed a hat trick to take the closing Zuhair Handicap.

And he left no doubt about how much the success meant to him and his team. “It is wonderful for a little stable like ours to have a winner at a big meeting like this,” he said.

“The filly used to have a wind problem but an operation has sorted that out, and though she came here with a penalty from her win at Chepstow last week, we felt that she had a decent chance from her handicap mark.

“I tried her once over hurdles last season when she ran in a juvenile hurdle at Newbury, but not surprisingly she didn’t get the trip.”

Zuhair’s attempt to win the race for the fifth year in a row ended in disappointemnt as the ten-year-old could never get close enough to mount
a serious challenge and finished eighth.

His rider Alex Greaves said: “the old boy has run really well considering that he needs ground like the M25. He loves Goodwood and really deserved to have a race named after him, but whether we’ll be back next year I don’t know.”

Her husband, the horse’s trainer Dandy Nicholls, felt that another return remains a possibility. “We could be back next season and he would certainly have liked the ground to be faster,” he said. “He was keeping on at the end but he is ten years old now and it can’t get any easier for him.”


Jockey 1sts 2nds 3rds
Kieren Fallon 2 2 1
Darryll Holland 2 1 -
Martin Dwyer 1 3 1
Eddie Ahern 1 1 -
Joe Fanning 1 1 -
Sam Hitchcott 1 - 1
Richard Hughes 1 - 1
Keith Dalgleish 1 - -
Pat Eddery 1 - -
Frannie Norton 1 - -
Dane O’Neill 1 - -
Seb Sanders 1 - -
Mick Kinane - 2 -
Kevin Darley - 1 1
Richard Quinn - 1 1
Jamie Spencer - 1 1
Philip Robinson - 1 -
Frankie Dettori - - 1
Pat Dobbs - - 1
John Egan - - 1
Paul Hanagan - - 1
Michael Hills - - 1
Adrian Nicholls - - 1

Kieren Fallon 3.1
Darryll Holland 3.5
Frankie Dettori 7.0
Richard Hughes 7.0
Kevin Darley 11.0
15.0 Bar


Trainer 1sts 2nds 3rds
Mark Johnston 3 - -
David Elsworth 1 1 1
Andrew Balding 1 1 -
Gerard Butler 1 1 -
Marcus Tregoning 1 1 -
Richard Hannon 1 - 2
Barry Hills 1 - 2
Michael Bell 1 - 1
Mick Channon 1 - 1
Tony Carroll 1 - -
Brian Meehan 1 - -
Sir Mark Prescott 1 - -
Aidan O’Brien IRE - 3 1
Clive Brittain - 1 1
Sir Michael Stoute - 1 1
Ed Dunlop - 1 -
Patrick Haslam - 1 -
Michael Jarvis - 1 -
Les Montague Hall - 1 -
Andrew Reid - 1 -
Paul Cole - - 1
Richard Fahey - - 1
David Nicholls - - 1
Derek Shaw - - 1


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

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


The ten-year-old Zuhair is bidding for a remarkable five-timer when he runs in the race named after him, the Zuhair Handicap, today at 5.35pm. He has made the race his own in the last four seasons and the Goodwood executive feel that such an achievement deserved special recognition as the highspot of a career which has seen him win ten of 103 starts and earn £127,631.

His bandwagon in the race which until this year has been known as the Charlton Handicap began in 1999 when he was ridden by Kieren Fallon and won by a neck. And two days later he came out under his penalty in the Stewards’ Sprint Handicap (the consolation race for those who do not make the cut in the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup), this time ridden by Alex Greaves, the wife of his trainer Dandy Nicholls, and won by a head.

Alex Greaves has partnered Zuhair to all his three subsequent wins in what has become ‘his’ race. They won by a length and a quarter in 2000, by half a length in 2001 and by a length and a quarter again last year. She rides again today.

He had another Goodwood success in September, 2000 when he was ridden by Jimmy Quinn, but long before he began his affair with the Sussex Downs he was one of Dick Hern’s team and gained his first success in a maiden race at Newmarket in 1995 when he was partnered by Richard Hills.

He then moved on to Ginger McCain of Red Rum fame and won an amateurs’ handicap at Wolverhampton in 1997 in the hands of Geoff Lake, who later turned professional and became a jump jockey, and had his first success for the combination of Nicholls, Greaves and the Gardening Partnership who own him, at Lingfield in 1999. He won again at York later that year but since then it is only at Goodwood that his light has shone.

“He lights up like a Christmas tree when he comes here, though sometimes he gets so far behind that you can never be confident,” said Nicholls last year.

And as far as today is concerned, the trainer says that the old horse is in very good form. “It is quite something to get him to be able to run in the same race five years in a row, and as for winning it, well....”, he said.


Additional tickets have been released for sale on Saturday, so that racegoers can pay on the day to enter both the Gordon and Public Enclosures.

Tickets for the Gordon Enclosure cost £27 and for those for the Public Enclosure are priced at £12.


Following yesterday’s rain the going for the second day of the meeting is




“We had eight and a half millimetres of rain between 4pm and 9pm yesterday, but nothing since then apart from a bit of mist this morning,” said clerk of the course Seamus Buckley.

“The soft patches are near the stands’ side but the forecast is that things should dry out through the day.

“We have dolled off two metres on the crown of the lower bend, and the other rails remain in the same positions as they were yesterday.

“On the lower bend we have dolled off five metres from the six furlong marker to the winning post, and on the upper bend for about a furlong round the bend itself.

“The rail along the four furlongs on the far side in the straight will be taken down this evening, that on the lower bend will be removed after racing tomorrow and that on the upper bend on Friday evening, so that there will be a fresh strip for Saturday’s Group 1 race, the Vodafone Nassau Stakes.”


The change in ground conditions from yesterday has thrown a lot of plans into disarray, but one constant throughout the morning has been the level of support for Heir To Be in the opening Marriott Hotels Goodwood Stakes (2.05). He has been backed from 9-1 to 7-1 with Ladbrokes, to the same price from 10-1 with

Victor Chandler, from 7-1 to 6-1 with Paddy Power, from 14-1 much the biggest morning price) to 6-1 with the Tote, to the same price from 10-1 with Skybet and from 10-1 to 15-2 with Coral. In the same race,Powers have cut Marakabei from 8-1 to 7-1 and the mare has also been reduced from 10-1 to 8-1 by Ladbrokes.

Ladbrokes report that Lucky Story is their best-backed horse of the day and he is now at 11-10 from 13-8 in the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Stakes (2.40) The colt has also been popular with Powers where he is at 11-8 from 13-8.

The withdrawals of Kalaman and Where Or When from the Sussex Stakes (3.15) will mean big deductions under rule 4 for those who took an early price, and the best-supported horses since news of those non-runners have been Norse Dancer and Statue of Liberty. Norse Dancer has come in from12-1 to 9-1 in the new market with Ladbrokes, while Coral report strong interest in Statue of Liberty in the old market at 33-1 and from 16-1 to 7-1 in the new version. Skybet’s new list has seen Moon Ballad trimmed from 3-1 to 5-2 and Trade Fair pushed out to 2-1 from 13-8.

Business has taken a wide range in the Tote Gold Trophy Handicap (3.50) with Coral trimming Financial Future from 16-1 to 10-1, and Chandlers bringing in In Love from 25-1 to 16-1 and No Refuge from 10-1 to 8-1. The same duo have been in demand with Paddy Power with In Love now trading at 14-1 from 16-1 and No Refuge in by a point to 9-1. In Love has also been in demand with the Tote, who have cut her frm 25-1 to 14-1. Another popular contender in this heat has been Highland Games, in from 15-2 to 6-1 with Skybet

In the closing Zuhair Handicap (5.35),there has been money for that horse’s stablemate Flak Jacket who is in from 11-2 to 5-1 with Powers and from the same price to 4-1 with Skybet and for outsider Attorney, now at 33-1 from 50-1 with Powers.


CLASS C, for three-year-olds and upwards rated 0-95, 2 miles 5 furlongs, £40,000 total prize fund. Penalties, after July 19th, a winner 3lb. Penalty Values: 1st: £23,200; 2nd: £8,800; 3rd: £4,400; 4th: £2,000; 5th: £1,000; 6th: £600

1 KNAVESMIRE OMEN (The Omen Partnership) Mark Johnston 4-9-12 Darryll Holland [2] 7-1
2 POSITIVE PROFILE (Chelgate Public Relations Ltd) Patrick Haslam 5-8-07 Richard Quinn [8] 33-1
3 RANDOM QUEST (The Blandford Partnership) Paul Cole 5-9-03 Sam Hitchcott (5) [5] 10-1
4 MANA D'ARGENT (Daniel Couper) Mark Johnston 6-9-08 Joe Fanning [4]
5 KRISTENSEN (Equiname Ltd) Don Eddy 4-8-13 Kieren Fallon [7]
6 HEIR TO BE (Ian Stewart-Brown & M Meacock) John Dunlop 4-8-08 Kevin Darley [10] 13-2fav
7 HENRY ISLAND (J Danahar) Mandy Bowlby 10-7-13 (1lbow) Frannie Norton [13]
8 ULSHAW (Vicki Guy) Bernard Llewellyn 6-7-09 David Kinsella (3) [9]
9 IT'S DEFINITE (Ann Jarvis) Alan Jarvis 4-8-08 Jimmy Quinn [15]
10 MOON EMPEROR (Robert Ellis & Christopher Shankland) John Jenkins 6-9-11 Richard Hughes [3]
11 BOBSLEIGH (A Ogilvy & Mrs F Ogilvy) Amanda Perrett 4-8-12 Michael Kinane [6]
12 MARAKABEI (Jane Poulter) Rae Guest 5-8-09 Seb Sanders [1]
13 DUKE OF EARL (Speedlith Group) Sylvester Kirk 4-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [11]
14 RIYADH (A Helaissi) James Fanshawe 5-9-06 Jamie Spencer [12]
15 KAPAROLO (John Connolly) Amanda Perrett 4-8-04 Pat Eddery [14]

15 ran Distances: 5, 1.75, nk, 1.5, 2.5, 1.25, 2.5, 0.75, 3, 12, 1.75, 0.5, 14, 13 Time: 4 minutes 42.15 seconds Breeding: Robellino - Signs (Risk Me) Breeder: Highclere Stud Ltd Tote: Win: £8.70; Places: £3.00; £8.80; £4.30 Exacta: £509.50

Winning Trainer:-Name: Johnston, Mark Steven Born:Glasgow, 10/9/59 Date of first licence: January 1987 First winner: Hinari Video (Carlisle, July 1, 1987) Previous Occupation: Qualified as veterinary surgeon at Glasgow University; practiced as vet in Cleveland, Essex and Northern Ireland, spent brief spells with John Winter, Tommy Craig, Charlie Millbank in France and John Russell in USA Classic win: (1) Sagitta 2,000 Guineas (1994 Mister Baileys) Other major wins include: Ascot Gold Cup (1995 Double Trigger, 2001 Royal Rebel), St James’s Palace Stakes (1996 Bijou D'Inde), Sagaro Stakes (1995 & 1996 Double Trigger), Doncaster Cup (1995,1996 & 1998 Double Trigger), Futurity Stakes (1994 Jural), Cornwallis Stakes (1994 Millstream), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1995, 1997 & 1998 Double Trigger, 2000 Royal Rebel), Princess Margaret Stakes (1992 Marina Park), Champagne Lanson Vintage Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Royal Lodge Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1998 Fruits Of Love), Dubai Turf Classic (1999 Fruits Of Love), Hardwicke Stakes (1999 and 2000 Fruits of Love), Lingfield Derby Trial (2002 Bandari), Chester Vase (2002 Fight Your Corner), Classic Trial (2002 Simeon), Peugeot Gordon Stakes (2002 Bandari), Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal (2002 Yavana’s Pace), Great Voltigeur Stakes (2002 Bandari), Harvest Stakes (2002 Love Everlasting), Cherry Hinton Stakes (2003 Attraction) Wins in a season (1987-2002): 1: 5: 15: 28: 31: 53: 77: 117: 114: 116: 123: 100:113:130:116: 134 (most victories in Britain) Number of horses in training (1987-2003): n/a: 17: 18: 35: 35: 39: 49: 72: 120: 117: 120:130: 147:152:159:178:178 Trains at Kingsley House Racing Stables Middleham, N Yorks Wins this season: 100 Goodwood winners: 38 (28 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Holland, Darryll Paul. Date of birth: 14/6/72 Apprenticeship: With Barry Hills. First winner: Sinclair Boy (Warwick 7/5/90) Major wins include: Coral-Eclipse (1999 Compton Admiral), Yorkshire Oaks (1997 My Emma), Rockfel Stakes (1992 Yawl), Select Stakes (1992 Knifebox), Cheshire Oaks (1998 High And Low, 2001 Rockerlong), Goodwood Cup (1998 Double Trigger), Doncaster Cup (1998 Double Trigger), Gordon Richards Stakes (2001 Island House), Ormonde Stakes (2001 St Expedit), Greenham Stakes (2002 Redback), Italian 2000 Guineas (2002 Dupont), German 2000 Guineas (2002 Dupont), Victor Chandler Lupe Stakes (2002 Mellow Park), Darley July Cup (2002 Continent), September Stakes (2002 Asian Heights), St James’s Palace Stakes (2003 Wins this season: 103 First Goodwood winner: Kasikca (Goodwood Aerodrome Stakes, May 21, 1991) Goodwood winners: 50 (14 at July Meeting)


Group Two, Class A, £70,000 total prize fund, 7f, for 2yo. Weights: colts and geldings 8st 11lb; fillies 8st 8lb. Penalties: a winner of a Pattern race 3lb. Penalty value: 1st: £40,600; 2nd: £15,400; 3rd: £7,700; 4th: £3,500; 5th: £1,750; 6th: £1,050

1 LUCKY STORY (Abdulla Buhaleeba) Mark Johnston 2-8-11 Keith Dalgleish [3] 6-5fav
2 THE MIGHTY TIGER (Michael Tabor/Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 2-8-11 Michael Kinane [7] 4-1
3 DEVIL MOON (Michael Tabor/Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 2-8-11 Jamie Spencer [5] 100-1
4 CASTLETON (Annie Cyzer) Harvey Cyzer 2-8-11 Jimmy Fortune [6]
5 PARKVIEW LOVE (C Nicholson) Mark Johnston 2-8-11 Kevin Darley [2]
6 KINGS POINT (John May) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Dane O'Neill [10]
7 FORTHRIGHT (Wyck Hall Stud) Clive Brittain 2-8-11 Frankie Dettori [8]
8 SPANISH ACE (The Farleigh Court Racing Partnership) Andrew Balding 2-8-11 Martin Dwyer [1]
9 NEVISIAN LAD (H E Sheikh Rashid Bin Mohammed) Michael Bell 2-9-00 Kieren Fallon [4]

9 ran Non-runner: No. 10 America America (vet’s certificate) Distances: 1.25, 3, 1, 0.5, 0.75, 5, 2.5, hd Time: 1 minute 27.95 seconds Breeding: Kris S - Spring Flight (Miswaki) Breeder: WinStar Farm LLC Tote: Win: £2.30; Places: £1.20; £1.50; £6.30 Exacta: £6.60

Winning Trainer:-Name: Johnston, Mark Steven Born:Glasgow, 10/9/59 Date of first licence: January 1987 First winner: Hinari Video (Carlisle, July 1, 1987) Previous Occupation: Qualified as veterinary surgeon at Glasgow University; practiced as vet in Cleveland, Essex and Northern Ireland, spent brief spells with John Winter, Tommy Craig, Charlie Millbank in France and John Russell in USA Classic win: (1) Sagitta 2,000 Guineas (1994 Mister Baileys) Other major wins include: Ascot Gold Cup (1995 Double Trigger, 2001 Royal Rebel), St James’s Palace Stakes (1996 Bijou D'Inde), Sagaro Stakes (1995 & 1996 Double Trigger), Doncaster Cup (1995,1996 & 1998 Double Trigger), Futurity Stakes (1994 Jural), Cornwallis Stakes (1994 Millstream), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1995, 1997 & 1998 Double Trigger, 2000 Royal Rebel), Princess Margaret Stakes (1992 Marina Park), Champagne Lanson Vintage Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Royal Lodge Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1998 Fruits Of Love), Dubai Turf Classic (1999 Fruits Of Love), Hardwicke Stakes (1999 and 2000 Fruits of Love), Lingfield Derby Trial (2002 Bandari), Chester Vase (2002 Fight Your Corner), Classic Trial (2002 Simeon), Peugeot Gordon Stakes (2002 Bandari), Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal (2002 Yavana’s Pace), Great Voltigeur Stakes (2002 Bandari), Harvest Stakes (2002 Love Everlasting), Cherry Hinton Stakes (2003 Attraction) Wins in a season (1987-2002): 1: 5: 15: 28: 31: 53: 77: 117: 114: 116: 123: 100:113:130:116: 134 (most victories in Britain) Number of horses in training (1987-2003): n/a: 17: 18: 35: 35: 39: 49: 72: 120: 117: 120:130: 147:152:159:178:178 Trains at Kingsley House Racing Stables Middleham, N Yorks Wins this season: 101 Goodwood winners: 39 (29 at July Meeting - 3rd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)

Winning jockey:-Name: Dalgleish, Keith William Born: March 22, 1983 in border town of Coldstream Apprenticed: to Mark Johnston First Winner: Shontaine (Apprentice handicap, Southwell, January 10, 2000) Wins 2000-2002: 45; 65 (3rd in apprenticchampionship); 72 Background: Nicknamed ‘Kenny’ after Celtic and Scottish International footballer Kenny Dalglish (no relation - note spelling!) Grew up in Hawick. His father John provided 30 pony racing rides for the youngest of three children, including Debbie (26) and Kevin (24). Spent two weeks one summer holiday riding out for Alec Stewart in Newmarket before doing the same for Johnston the following two years. First grabbed the headlines when riding a 219-1 treble at Musselburgh on the eve of Royal Ascot in 2000 Major Wins Include: Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal (2002 Yavana’s Pace) First Group One Victory: Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal (2002 Yavana’s Pace) First Goodwood winner: Takes Tutu (Stanley Racing Stakes, August 1, 2002) Number of Goodwood Winners: 3 (2 at July Meeting) Wins this season: 48

Group One, Class A, one mile, £285,000 total prize fund, for 3yo and upwards. Weights: 3yo colts and geldings 8st 13lb; fillies 8st 10lb; 4yo and upwards colts and geldings 9st 7lb; fillies 9st 4lb. Penalty value: 1st: £165,300; 2nd: £62,700; 3rd: £31,350; 4th: £14,250; 5th: £7,125; 6th: £4,275

1 REEL BUDDY (Speedlith Group) Richard Hannon 5-9-07 Pat Eddery [7] 20-1
2 STATUE OF LIBERTY (Michael Tabor) Aidan O'Brien IRE 3-8-13 Michael Kinane [9] 6-1
3 NORSE DANCER (Jeff Smith) David Elsworth 3-8-13 Richard Quinn [8] 8-1
4 ZAFEEN (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 3-8-13 Darryll Holland [6]
5 MOON BALLAD (Godolphin) Saeed Bin Suroor 4-9-07 Frankie Dettori [1]
6 TRADE FAIR (Khalid Abdulla) Roger Charlton 3-8-13 Richard Hughes [3] 9-4fav
7 BLATANT (Godolphin) Saeed Bin Suroor 4-9-07 Jamie Spencer [4]
8 EVENTUAIL (Mr & Mrs L Jaffee) William Haggas 5-9 07 Kieren Fallon [11]
9 SPARTACUS (Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 3-8-13 Willie Supple [10]

9 ran Non-runners: No 5 Where Or When (vet’s certificate) and No 6 Kalaman (ground) Distances: hd, sh, nk, nk, 6, nk, 1.75, 1 Time: 1 minute 40.00 seconds Breeding: Mr Greeley - Rosebud (Indian Ridge)
Breeder: Stronach Stables Tote: Win: £18.30; Places: £3.00; £1.90; £2.20 Exacta: £89.00

Winning Trainer: Name- Hannon, Richard Michael Date of birth: 30/5/45 Date of first licence:1970 Classic wins: (3) Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1973 Mon Fils, 1987 Don't Forget Me, 1990 Tirol) Other major wins: Nunthorpe Stakes (1992 Lyric Fantasy), Moyglare Stud Stakes (1993 Lemon Souffle), Sussex Stakes (2003 Reel Buddy), Falmouth Stakes (1994 Lemon Souffle), Prix de l’Abbaye (1992 Mr Brooks), July Cup (1992 Mr Brooks), Yorkshire Cup (1993 Assessor), Lockinge Stakes (1993 Swing Low), Brigadier Gerard Stakes (1995 Alriffa), Diomed Stakes (1994 Bluegrass Prince), Queen Mary Stakes (1992 Lyric Fantasy & 1993 Risky), Cork and Orrery Stakes (1992 Shalford), Lowther Stakes (1992 Niche), Wokingham Stakes (1994 Venture Capitalist), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2000 Cape Town), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2000 Umistim, 2001 King’s Ironbridge), Prix Maurice de Gheest (2000 Bold Edge), Rockfel Stakes (2001 Distant Valley), Betfair.com Molecomb Stakes (1993 Risky), Hungerford Stakes (2002 Reel Buddy) Number of wins in a season (1982-2002): 38: 49: 28: 37: 56: 33: 43: 55: 73: 126:154:182:112:115:109:94:108:123:135:110:121 Number of horses in training; (1985-2003): 67:75:74:80:85 :107:131:139:155:178:167:155:149:145:155:162:147:169 Wins this season: 73 Trains at Marlborough, Wiltshire Other details: Champion trainer 1992 First Goodwood winner: Crespinall (July 29, 1972 - Nassau Stakes) Total Goodwood wins: 122 (36 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Eddery, Patrick James John.Born:County Galway, Ireland, 18/3/52 Apprenticeship: Frenchie Nicholson 1967-72.First winner: Alvaro (Epsom 24/4/69) Classic wins: (14) Vodafone Derby (1975 Grundy, 1982 Golden Fleece, 1990 Quest For Fame); Sagitta 1,000 Guineas (1996 Bosra Sham), Sagitta 2,000 Guineas (1983 Lomond, 1984 El Gran Senor, 1993 Zafonic); Pertemps St Leger (1986 Moon Madness, 1991 Toulon, 1994 Moonax, 1997 Silver Patriarch); Vodafone Oaks (1974 Polygamy, 1979 Scintillate, 1996 Lady Carla) Wins(1984-2002):107,162,176,195,183,171,209,165,178,169,154,125,186,116,104,104,127,121, 99 Other major wins include: Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (1980 Detroit, 1985 Rainbow Quest, 1986 Dancing Brave, 1987 Trempolino), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1975 Grundy, 1986 Dancing Brave); Breeders’ Cup Turf (1985 Pebbles), Breeders’ Cup Sprint (1991 Sheikh Albadou), Dubai Champion Stakes (1976 Vitiges, 1985 Pebbles, 1996 Bosra Sham), Sussex Stakes (1980 Posse, 1981 King’s Lake, 1988 Warning, 1992 Marling, 1994 Distant View, 2003 Reel Buddy), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1995 Silver Patriarch; 1995 Sunshack, 1986 Sister Estephe, 1985 Rainbow Quest, 1978 Crow), Ascot Gold Cup (1972 Erimo Hawk, 1997 Celeric), Coronation Stakes (1988 Magic of Life); St James’s Palace Stakes (1976 Radetzsky, 1980 Posse, 1988 Persian Heights); Eclipse (1974 Coup de Feu, 1983 Solford, 1984 Sadler’s Wells); July Cup (1982 Sharpo, 1995 Lake Coniston); Juddmonte International (1981 Beldale Flutter, 1982 Assert, 1983 Caerleon, 1998 One So Wonderful); Yorkshire Oaks (1975 May Hill, 1977 Busaca); Nunthorpe Stakes (1980, 1981 Sharpo, 1989 Cadeaux Genereux, 1991 Sheikh Albadou); Haydock Sprint Cup (1976 Token, 1988 Dowsing, 1989 Danehill); Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1987 Milligram, 1988 Warning, 1993 Bigstone); Middle Park Stakes (1973 Habat, 1977 Formidable, 1984 Bassenthwaite, 1999 Primo Valentino); Dewhurst Stakes (1992 Zafonic, 1993 Grand Lodge); Cheveley Park Stakes (1993 Prophecy); Fillies’ Mile (1995 Bosra Sham); Irish Derby (1975 Grundy, 1984 El Gran Senor, 1985 Law Society, 1993 Commander In Chief); Irish 2,000 Guineas (1975 Grundy, 1981 King’s Lake, 1990 Tirol); Irish Oaks (1986 Colorspin, 1993 Wemyss Bight, 1994 Bolas); Irish St Leger (1985 Leading Counsel, 1994 Moonax); Poule d’Essai des Pouliches (1990 Houseproud); Prix du Jockey-Club (1983 Caerleon, 1988 Hours After, 1990 Sanglamore); Prix Royal-Oak (1983 Old Country); Celebration Mile (2000 Medicean), Prix de la Foret (2000 Indian Lodge), Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano (2000 Golden Snake), Nell Gwyn (2001 Lil’s Jessy); Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes (2001 Right Wing), John Porter Stakes (2001 Lucido), Jockey Club Stakes (2001 Millenary), Princess of Wales’s Stakes (1990 Sapience, 1991 Rock Hopper, 1992 Saddler’s Hall, 2000 Little Rock, 2002 and 2003 Millenary), Betfair.com Molecomb Stakes (1989 Haunting Beauty)First Goodwood winner: Mrs Hauksbee (Plantation Stakes, September 15, 1970) Goodwood winners: 270 (88 at July Meeting) Wins This Season:42


Class C, for three-year-olds rated 0-100, 1 mile 4 furlongs, £80,000 total prize fund. Penalties, after July 19th, a winner 4lb, of a Class A to C race 7lb. Penalty value 1st: £46,400; 2nd: £17,600; 3rd: £8,800; 4th: £4,000; 5th: £2,000; 6th: £1,200

1 NO REFUGE (W E Sturt - Osborne House III) Sir Mark Prescott 3-8-09 Seb Sanders [1] 7-1
2 SANTANDO (Rabi Khan/Maureen Brittain) Clive Brittain 3-9-04 Kevin Darley [14] 16-1
3 TRUST RULE (Abdulla Buhaleeba) Barry Hills 3-8-07 Michael Hills [11] 25-1
4 ANTICIPATING (George Strawbridge) Andrew Balding 3-8-08 Martin Dwyer [15]
5 GRETA D'ARGENT (Daniel Couper) Mark Johnston 3-9-04 Joe Fanning [8]
6 HIGHLAND GAMES (Exors of the Late Lord Weinstock) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-10 Kieren Fallon [13]
7 STEEL CAT (S Mulryan) Luca Cumani 3-8-10 Darryll Holland [9]
8 FINANCIAL FUTURE (Markus Graff) Mark Johnston 3-9-07 Keith Dalgleish [5]
9 VENGEANCE (T Staplehurst) Amanda Perrett 3-9-01 Dane O'Neill [10]
10 PUTRA KUANTAN (H R H Sultan Ahmad Shah) Michael Jarvis 3-8-13 Philip Robinson [3]
11 ROCKET SHIP (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 3-9-01 Steve Drowne [4]
12 IN LOVE (Mohammed Jaber) Ed Dunlop 3-8-10 Frankie Dettori [6]
13 RISK TAKER (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-9-03 Richard Hughes [2]
14 DOUBLE OBSESSION (R Huggins, R Huckerby, Atlantic Racing) Mark Johnston 3-9-07 John Egan [16] 5-1fav
15 LARGO (Capt J Macdonald-Buchanan) John Dunlop 3-9-02 Pat Eddery [7]

15 ran Non-runner: No 6 Leporello (ground) Distances: 1.75, 1, 0.75, 4, 3.5, nk, 1.5, sh, hd, 2, 10, 2.5, 2, 1.25 Time: 2 minutes 38.48 seconds Breeding: Hernando - Shamarra (Zayyani) Breeder: Cathal Ryan Tote: Win: £9.40; Places: £3.60; £5.70; £8.40 Exacta: £250.90

Winning Trainer:-Name: Prescott, Sir Mark Date of birth: 3/3/48 Previous Occupation: assistant to Jack Waugh First trainers licence:1971 Major wins include: Kings Stand Stakes (1996 Pivotal), Nunthorpe Stakes (1996 Pivotal), Crowson Prestige Stakes (1996 Red Camellia), Sun Chariot Stakes (1996 Last Second), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1996 Last Second, 1998 Alborada), Cambridgeshire Handicap (1998 Pasternak), Champion Stakes (1998 & 1999 Alborada) Trains at Heath House, Newmarket, Suffolk First Goodwood winner: Ringed Aureole (Sept 13, 1976) Total Goodwood wins: 19 (4 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 44

Winning jockey:-Name: Sanders, Sebastian Date of birth: 25/9/72 Major wins include: July Cup Stakes (Compton Place 1997), Royal Lodge Stakes (1997 Teapot Row), Mill Reef Stakes (1998 Golden Silca), Oak Tree Stakes (2002 Desert Alchemy), Victor Chandler Palace House Stakes (2003 Needwood Blade) First Goodwood win: Hi-Aud (Jacob’s Bakery Nursery, September 30, 1994) Goodwood winners: 26 (6 at July Meeting) Wins (1991-2002): 2,10,4,23,61,97,105,82,90,80,83,123 Wins this season: 55


Class C, for three-year-old and upwards, fillies and mares rated 0-90, 1 mile 1 furlong, £15,000 added. Penalties, after July 19th, a winner 3lb. Penalty value 1st: £9,471.40; 2nd: £3,592.60; 3rd: £1,796.30; 4th: £ 816.50; 5th: £408.25; 6th: £244.95

1 HOH BUZZARD (David Allport & Michael Lynch) Michael Bell 3-9-01 Kieren Fallon [6] 7-2fav
2 OPERA GLASS (Jeff Smith) Andrew Balding 3-8-11 Martin Dwyer [7] 7-1
3 CUDDLES (Tony Richards) Clive Brittain 4-8-07 John Egan [11] 7-1
4 CHETAK (Abdulla Buhaleeba) Barry Hills 3-8-11 Michael Hills [1]
5 PENNYGHAEL (Sheikh Mohammed) Mick Channon 3-8-06 Steve Drowne [5]
6 RANI TWO (B Loader) Mark Brisbourne 4-8-07 Neil Chalmers (5) [10]
7 LEAVE TO APPEAL (Maureen Hunter) Luca Cumani 3-8-08 Darryll Holland [9]
8 ISLAND RAPTURE (Fred & Sacha Cotton & Matthew Green) Amanda Perrett 3-8-12 Michael Kinane [4]
9 PIE HIGH (Joy & Valentine Feerick) Mark Johnston 4-9-10 Kevin Darley [2]

9 ran Non-runners: No 2 Astrocharm (ground) and No 3 Ayun (vet’s certificate) Distances: 3, 1.25, 0.75, 3, 1, 0.75, 2, 10 Time: 1 minute 58.40 seconds Breeding: Alhaarth - Indian Express (Indian Ridge) Breeder: R Hodgins Tote: Win: £4.00; Places: £2.10; £2.80; £1.80 Exacta: £44.00

Winning trainer:-Name: Bell, Michael Leopold Wentworth Date of birth: 10/10/60 Date of first licence:1989 Previous Occupation: Assistant for three years with Mercy Rimell, three years with Paul Cole and a period with Comte Roland de Chambure in France Major wins include: Italian Oaks (2001 Zanzibar), Prix Morny (1994 Hoh Magic), Molecomb Stakes (1994 Hoh Magic), Mill Reef Stakes (1994 Princely Hush), St Simon Stakes (1994 Persian Brave), Fred Darling Stakes (1989 Pass The Peace), Nell Gwyn Stakes (1992 A-To-Z), Windsor Castle Stakes (2002 Revenue), July Stakes (2003 Nevisian Lad) Trains at Fitzroy House, Newmarket, Suffolk Wins This Season: 24 First Goodwood win: Blockade (South Coast Radio Nursery, October 4, 1991) Total Goodwood wins: 15 (6 at July Meeting)

Winning jockey:-Name: Fallon, Kieren Francis. Born: County Clare, Ireland, 22/2/65 Apprenticeship: 1983 Kevin Prendergast First winner: Piccadily Lord (Navan, June 18, 1984) Wins (1988-2002): 31,28,39,29,45,60,47,91,136,202*,204*,202*,149, 166*, 149* *Champion jockey Classic wins: (9) Sagitta 2000 Guineas (2000 King’s Best, 2001 Golan), Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1997 Sleepytime, 1999 Wince, 2003 Russian Rhythm), Vodafone Oaks (1997 Reams Of Verse, 1999 Ramruma), Vodafone Derby (1999 Oath, 2003 Kris Kin) Other major wins include: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (2002 Golan), Sussex Stakes (1997 Ali-Royal); Cherry Hinton Stakes (1996 Dazzle), Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (1997 Bosra Sham), Ribblesdale Stakes (1997 Yashmak), Cheveley Park Stakes (1997 Embassy), St James’s Palace Stakes (1998 Dr Fong), Yorkshire Oaks (1998 Catchascatchcan, 1999 Ramruma, 2002 Islington), Gimcrack Stakes (1994 Chilly Billy, 1998 Josr Algharoud); Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1999 Craigsteel); Tattersalls Gold Cup (1999 Shiva); Irish Oaks (1999 Ramruma); Budweiser International Stakes (1999 Great Dane); Vodafone Coronation Cup (2000 Daliapour, 2002 Boreal), Jockey Club Stakes (2000 Blueprint), Dubai Sheema Classic (2000 Fantastic Light), Queen Anne Stakes (2000 Kalanisi, 2001 Medicean), Masai Mile (2001 Nicobar), Dee Stakes (2001 Dr Greenfield), Dante Stakes (2001 Dilshaan), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2002 King Of Happiness), Gerrard Investment Management Richmond Stakes (1997 Daggers Drawn, 2002 Elusive City), Vodafone Nassau Stakes (2002 Islington), Prix Morny (2002 Elusive City), Lowther Stakes (2002 Russian Rhythm), Diadem Stakes (2002 Crystal Castle), July Stakes (2003Nevisian Lad) Wins This Season: 149 First Goodwood winner: Aughfad (Grant Thornton Handicap, October 5, 1990) Goodwood wins: 55 (24 at July Meeting -2nd success of Glorious Goodwood 2003)


Class D, for two-year-old fillies, 6 furlongs, £15,000 added. Penalty value 1st: £10,237.50; 2nd: £3,150; 3rd: £1,575; 4th: £787.50

1 TAROT CARD (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 2-8-11 Richard Hughes [7] 2-1fav
2 DUNLOSKIN (Saif Ali) Michael Jarvis 2-8-11 Philip Robinson [5] 5-2
3 KUNDA (James Wigan) Richard Hannon 2-8-11 Pat Dobbs [6]
4 GO BETWEEN (Ahmed Buhaleeba) Ed Dunlop 2-8-11 Kieren Fallon [8]
5 KINBRACE (Mrs M Home, Mrs W Biggs, Nic de Boinville) Marcus Tregoning 2- 8-11 Martin Dwyer [3]
6 VELVET WATERS (R Crutchley) Fulke Johnson Houghton 2-8-11 Kevin Darley [4]

6 ran Non-runners: No 1 Cefira (ground) and No 6 Red Top (vet’s certificate) Distances: 0.5, 0.75, 0.5, 9, 4 Time: 1 minute 14.24 seconds Breeding: Fasliyev - Well Beyond (Don’t Forget Me) Breeder: Juddmonte Farms Tote: Win: £2.90; Places: £1.70; £2.10 Exacta: £7.50

Winning jockey:-Name: Hughes, Richard David. Date of birth: 11/1/73 Apprenticeship: With father, Dessie Hughes, in Ireland. Wins in Britain (1994-2002):19,68,62,33,55,95,102, 90, 126 Major wins include: French 1,000 Guineas (2002 Zenda), French Oaks (2003 Nebraska Tornado), Derby Italiano (1996 Bahamian Knight), King's Stand Stakes (1995 Piccolo), Jersey Stakes (1995 Sergeyev, 1996 Lucayan Prince), Yorkshire Cup (1999 Churlish Charm); Duke Of York Stakes (1999 Sampower Star), Gran Premio d’Italia (1995 Posidonas), Cambridgeshire (1995 Cap Juluca), Stewards’ Cup (1995 Shikari’s Son, 1999 Harmonic Way, 2000 Tayseer), Victor Chandler European Free Handicap (2000 Cape Town, Jockey Club Cup (2000 Persian Punch), 2001 Clearing), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2001 King’s Ironbridge), Macau Jockey Club Craven Stakes (2000 Umistim, 2001 King’s Ironbridge), Lingfield Derby Trial (2001 Perfect Sunday), Prix D’Isphan (2001 Observatory), Celebration Mile (2002 Tillerman), July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) 1st Group One Success in Britain: July Cup (2003 Oasis Dream) Other details: Retained jockey to Khalid Abdulla Wins This Season: 79 First Goodwood win: Luhuk (Caffreys Premium Ale Foundation Stakes, September 30, 1994) Goodwood winners: 46 (14 at July Meeting)

Winning trainer:-Name: Hills, Barrington William Born: Worcester, 2/4/37;Date of first licence:1969;First winner: La Dolce Vita (Thirsk, April 18,1969) Previous Occupation: Served apprenticeship with Fred Rimell and George Colling, Head Lad with John Oxley for 10 years Classic wins: (3) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1978 Enstone Park), Sagitta 2000 Guineas (1979 Tap on Wood), Rothmans Royals St Leger (1994 Moonax), Other major wins: Irish 1000 Guineas (1993 Nicer, 1999 Hula Angel), Irish Derby (1987 Sir Harry Lewis), Irish Oaks (1974 Dibidale, 1994 Bolas), French St Leger (1994 Moonax), Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe (1973 Rheingold), Ascot Gold Cup (1984 & 1985 Gildoran), Champion Stakes (1983 Cormorant Wood, 2002 Storming Home), Nunthorpe Stakes (1988 HandsomeSailor), Flying Childers Stakes (1987 Gallic League, 1998 Sheer Viking), Champagne Stakes (1977 Sexton Blake, 1985 Sure Blade, 1998 Auction House), Dewhurst Stakes (1988 Scenic (DH), 1996 In Command, 1999 Distant Music), Greenham Stakes (2001 Munir), Chester Vase (2001 Mr Combustible), Classic Trial (2001 Chancellor), Challenge Stakes (2001 Munir), Royal Whip Stakes (2002 Chancellor), Prestige Stakes (2002 Geminiani) Wins in a season (1982-2002):55:58:58:68:55:96:93:73:113:99:63:39:44:74:84 :79:78:109:72:107:91 Horses in training (1983-2003):107,125,139,131,140,152,175,159,129,n/a,113,120,130,137 ,145,150,148,160,167,168 Trains at South Bank Stables, Lambourn Other details: Has trained four runners-up of the Derby: Rheingold (1972), Hawaian Sound (1978), Glacial Storm (1988) and Blue Stag (1990) Wins this season: 60 First Goodwood winner: Fred Babu (First Day Supplementary Plate, September 15, 1969) Total Goodwood wins: 76 (45 at July Meeting)

Class D, £15,000 added, Penalties: after July 19, a winner 7lb. Penalty values: 1st: £10,725; 2nd: £3,300; 3rd: £1,650; 4th: £825

1 CERULEAN ROSE (Rob Willis) Tony Carroll 4-8-01 Frannie Norton [23]
2 MADRASEE (Jeff Daniels) Les Montague Hall 5-9-02 Darryll Holland [15] 10-1
3 ATTORNEY (K Nicholls) Derek Shaw 5-7-05 Hayley Turner (7) [20] 33-1
4 BARRANTES (W Sandercock) Sheena West 6-9-08 Neil Chalmers (5) [22] 16-1
5 GUNS BLAZING (Vicky Haigh) Vicky Haigh 4-8-12 Jimmy Fortune [16]
6 WHISTLER (Raymond Tooth) Milton Bradley 6-9-13 Paul Fitzsimons [4]
7 MUTASAWWAR (Clifton Hunt) Milton Bradley 9-8-02 Brian Reilly (5) [9]
8 ZUHAIR (The Gardening Partnership) David Nicholls 10-9-08 Alex Greaves [11]
9 AAHGOWANGOWAN (Vic Roper) Michael Dods 4-8-12 Richard Hughes [2]
10 SHOESHINE BOY (Oneoneone Racing) Brian Meehan 5-9-07 Steve Crawford (7) [6]
11 HAWK (The Wayward Lads) David Nicholls 5-9-07 Iona Wands [3]
12 HARD TO CATCH (Karen Graham) Dean Ivory 5-9-09 Dane O'Neill [14]
13 FLAK JACKET (The Knavesmire Alliance) David Nicholls 8-9-05 Adrian Nicholls [21]
14 MAJHOOL (Lancing Racing Syndicate) Gary Moore 4-8-10 Amir Quinn (5) [13]
15 FLY MORE (E Hayward) Milton Bradley 6-9-12 Kevin Darley [5]
16 ROXANNE MILL (The Goodracing Partnership) Mark Usher 5-9-06 Claire Stretton (7) [8]
17 FIAMMA ROYALE (Chris Scott) Malcolm Saunders 5-8-03 Paul Doe [7]
18 TAPPIT (Gwilym Fry) Milton Bradley 4-9-02 Mark Savage (5) [18]
19 HARBOUR HOUSE (Tommy Ware) John Bridger 4-8-03 John Egan [1]

19 ran Non-runners: No 13 Afaan, No 17 Tuscan Flyer (ground), No 19 Be My Tinker and No 22 Grasslandik (ground) Distances: 1.5, sh, 0.75, 1.25, nk, sh, nk, 1.5, nk, sh, 0.75, nk, 1. 0.75, 0.75, hd, sh, 2 Time: 59.60 seconds Breeding: Bluegrass Prince - Elegant Rose (Noalto) Breeder: J and Mrs Bowtell Tote: Win: £6.90; Places: £2.20; £2.80; £8.50; £5.80 Exacta: £90.10

Winning Trainer: Name Carroll, Anthony William Born: February 26, 1957 Based: Moor Hall Stables, Wixford, Alcester, Warwickshire First Goodwood Winner: Cerulean Rose (Zuhair Stakes, July 30, 2003) Total Goodwood winners: 1 (1 at July Meeting) Wins This Season: 6

Winning jockey:-Name: Norton, Francis Born: July 28, 1970 Big Race Wins Include: Ebor Handicap (1991 Deposki), Cambridgeshire (1999 She’s Our Mare), Britannia Stakes (2000 El Gran Papa, 2001 Analyser) Wins (1991-2002): 37,37,24,11,23,17,22,40,47,77, 82,39 Wins this season: 37 First Goodwood Winner: Peppiatt (Consolation Stewards’ Cup H’cap, September 12, 1998) Total Goodwood wins: 10 (4 at July Meeting)

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