The final afternoon of Glorious Goodwood takes centre stage on ITV Racing on Saturday, with six races from the Sussex venue headlined by the Stewards’ Cup at 3.20pm. There are also two races from the meeting at Newmarket on the broadcast on ITV’s main channel from 12.55-4.15.
ITV Racing predictions – Glorious Goodwood, Saturday July 30
Enda McElhinney has recommendations for all six races ITV is broadcasting on Saturday, plus two from Newmarket. You can read the analysis behind his selections below.
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1.05pm Glorious Goodwood – EBF Maiden Stakes (7f)
The eye was really drawn to CLASSIC as the Richard Hannon-trained Dubawi colt finished fourth on his debut at Newbury under hands and heels riding, having met some trouble in the run. That form has been well advertised since and, with normal first-to-second start improvement, he looks to hold outstanding claims in this opening maiden.
Selection: Classic @ 6/4 with Paddy Power
1.40pm Glorious Goodwood – Coral Stewards’ Sprint Handicap (6f)
There isn’t the strongest turnout numerically for this Stewards’ Cup consolation race and connections of in-form Lethal Levi will surely feel he holds a fine claim in his hat-trick bid under a 6lb penalty. THE LAMPLIGHTER is a solid alternative, with all three of his turf wins having come over this course and distance. He is well drawn and was only narrowly touched off here in May off this rating.
Selection: The Lamplighter @ 16/1 with Paddy Power
1.55pm Newmarket – British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies’ Nursery (6f)
The Ralph Beckett-trained FOX DEGREE made a winning nursery bow at Ffos Las this month and did so with a bit in hand, while the form of that race has since been franked by the third winning on her next start. There’s more to come in all probability and Frankie Dettori is an excellent ally for this filly.
Selection: Fox Degree @ 11/4 with Paddy Power
2.10pm Glorious Goodwood – Coral Summer Handicap (1m 6f)
BAGUE D’OR looks progressive at this trip and did well to make it 2-2 at the distance when holding off the market leader at Ascot three weeks ago. He was giving away more than a stone in weight and wasn’t ideally suited by the sedate pace, but finished strongly off the home bend and is unbeaten in the hands of Neil Callan. This is tougher but, off a light weight, he may have the answers again.
Selection: Bague D’Or @ 8/1 with Paddy Power
2.25pm Newmarket – British Stallion Studs EBF Chalice Stakes (Fillies’ and Mares’ Listed, 1m 4f)
Rose Of Kildare was clear second over course and distance on her comeback run a fortnight ago and has strong claims if building on that for Mark Johnston. STAR FORTRESS is the least experienced in the field but she looks to be going places based on her Chelmsford success on her second start and is worthy of a place in this contest for Ralph Beckett and Rossa Ryan, given her scope for better.
Selection: Star Fortress @ 5/1 with Paddy Power
2.45pm Glorious Goodwood – Qatar Lillie Langtry Stakes (Fillies’ and Mares’ Group 2, 1m 6f)
Emily Dickinson could improve back up in trip after finishing a fair fourth in the Irish Oaks last time out but she will surely need to if she’s going to get the better of SEA LA ROSA now. William Haggas’s daughter of Sea The Stars found only the potentially high-class Free Wind too strong in the Lancashire Oaks four weeks ago. The extra 2f will suit her and she has lots in her favour today.
Selection: Sea La Rosa @ 13/8 with Paddy Power
3.20pm Glorious Goodwood – Coral Stewards’ Cup (Heritage Handicap, 6f)
Ryan Moore’s mount Regional, Royal Ascot winner Inver Park and group-race regular Method, on his handicap debut, are possibles but, at a massive price, COACHELLO is an eye-catcher on debut for Irish trainer John McConnell. He has won a Listed race in France, goes well fresh and has scope for further improvement in a first-time tongue-tie now for his shrewd new handler.
Selection: Coachello @ 33/1 with Paddy Power
3.55pm Glorious Goodwood – Medallia Handicap (7f)
GALIAC has won two of his four starts this season for William Muir and Chris Grassick, with one of those wins coming over course and distance in May. His most recent start at Sandown didn’t go to plan and is easy enough to overlook. The Kodiac colt could be up to defying his current mark of 88.
Selection: Galiac @ 8/1 with Paddy Power
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