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Chiavari
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Nothing really stands out as a good thing in the opener, which could spell trouble for those dismissing horses at bigger prices. Chiavari might be worth chancing, judged on his pair of Chepstow seconds earlier this season. He didn’t see out his race over hurdles at Stratford last time out, but Alex Dunn’s bottom-weight has shown some of her best form over this sort of trip. Although she’s not won since her debut four years ago, she has finished in the frame off marks more than 20lb higher than she runs from on Tuesday. She’s shown some solid form this term and might just run into the frame.


Rock Melody
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A debut winner for Kevin Phillipart Du Foy, beaten four subsequent scorers, this daughter of Fascinating Rock found the Listed Empress Fillies’ Stakes a bit too hot next time out. She has since bounced back to form with an excellent second at Windsor, in a race that is working out well with the first, third and fourth all tasting success since. She’s twice clocked Racing Post Ratings in excess of 80 in her short career, nearly a stone clear of anything the other four with race experience have achieved. The newcomers are the question marks, but on what we’ve seen so far, Du Foy’s filly should be hard to beat.


Adaay In Asia
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Although she’s one of the most exposed in the field, this Adaay filly still looks to be on the up, whereas a couple of the more lightly raced types hit a bit of a brick wall last time out. Harry Dunlop’s filly proved she wasn’t just an all-weather performer, scoring on the turf for the first time when winning at Leicester last month. She didn’t get the best of starts that day, so deserves marking up for her neck success. With good form in the book behind the likes of Sandrine and a 2½l defeat in the Super Sprint, she looks a useful sort. The handicapper has hit her with a 5lb rise for her win, but if getting away better might just be able to overcome the burden.


Just Hubert
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William Muir and Chris Grassick’s charge can be a bit temperamental as shown when refusing to jump off at the Glorious meeting, but when he’s on a going day, is very talented at Goodwood. Aside from his aberration here at the start of August, he’s got form figures of 121 over 2m+ at the venue, with a snug win last time seeing him arrive here on a hat-trick. A 3lb rise in the weights shouldn’t be enough to stop him and with his trainers in good form (36% strike-rate, with 71% of runners in the frame in the past fortnight), it’s probably only his aversion to taking part that punters should be wary of.


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Leg 1
King’s Castle
Chiavari
Leg 2
Rock Melody
Tamarama
Leg 3
Sea King
Caius Chorister
Leg 4
Adaay In Asia
Whistledown
Leg 5
Just Hubert
Leg 6
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About Goodwood Racecourse

Located in the glorious surroundings of the South Downs, a visit to Glorious Goodwood at the end of July is often the highlight of the summer for many flat racing fans. The five-day meeting hosts three Group 1 contests, including the Goodwood Cup, part of the Stayers Triple Crown, won three times between 2017 and 2019 by John Gosden’s star Stradivarius.

A unique course with switchbacks, a pronounced downhill gradient, and plenty of trouble in running, it’s often horses with track experience that can show their best at the Sussex track.


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