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MEDIA GUIDE 2012


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Contents

Introduction Frankel v Black Caviar - £1 million offered Goodwood’s 2012 Fixture List 2011 Review History Of Goodwood Racecourse Magnolia Cup Charity Ladies’ Race Media Partners

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Course Characteristics

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Glorious Goodwood

bet365.com Handicap bet365 Gordon Stakes (Group Three) bet365 Lennox Stakes (Group Two) bet365 Molecomb Stakes (Group Three) Goodwood Handicap Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes (Group Two) QIPCO Sussex Stakes (Group One) UBS Handicap Betfred The Bonus King Handicap Audi Richmond Stakes (Group Two) Artemis Goodwood Cup (Group Two) Blackrock Fillies’ Stakes (Group Three) Coutts Glorious Stakes (Group Three) RSA Thoroughbred Stakes (Group Three) Betfred Mile (Heritage Handicap) Tanqueray King George Stakes (Group Two) Oak Tree Stakes (Group Three) Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes (Group One) Blue Square Stewards’ Cup (Heritage Handicap)

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Blue Square Stewards’ Cup Draw

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Jockeys’ Records Alphabetical Directory Trainers’ Records Alphabetical Directory Key Dates In Goodwood’s History The Goodwood Racehorse Owners’ Group Biographies Of Board Members List of Staff Contact Directions

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INTRODUCTION Goodwood, famous for providing one of the most fabulous settings for horseracing, is often described as the most beautiful racecourse in the world. Perched high on the Sussex Downs, there is the undulating track to the front of the stands plus tremendous views of stunning countryside and to the rear is the beautiful paddock with the south coast and sea in the distance. Each year many thousands of racegoers are superbly entertained, with Glorious Goodwood again the highlight of 19 racedays in 2012. Renowned in the sporting, fashion and social calendars, the glamorous five days of racing forming Glorious Goodwood (Tuesday, July 31 to Saturday, August 4, 2012) appeal to everyone, from first-timers to regulars. A tremendous start is made on Tuesday, July 31, with the first day featuring historic races such as the seven-furlong bet365 Lennox Stakes, the bet365 Gordon Stakes, an excellent St Leger trial, and the bet365 Molecomb Stakes over five furlongs for the fastest two-year-olds. The quality of racing on Wednesday, August 1, is often incomparable. It certainly was in 2011 when Frankel, the world’s best racehorse, won the ‘Duel on the Downs’ from Canford Cliffs in the £300,000 Group One QIPCO Sussex Stakes. Amazingly, the 2012 QIPCO Sussex Stakes, part of the QIPCO British Champions Series, could be even better if the sponsor’s enticement of boosting the prize money to £1 million for Frankel to take on Australia’s star sprinter Black Caviar happens (see page 4 for more details). The mile showpiece is supported by the Group Two Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes for juveniles and other excellent contests. Ladies’ Day on Thursday, August 2, is a festive day of elegance, beautiful summer fashion and hot trends, with the highlights on the track being the Group Two Artemis Goodwood Cup for stayers, celebrating its 200th anniversary and another race in the QIPCO British Champions Series, plus the Group Two Audi Richmond Stakes, switched from the Friday, and the Group Three Blackrock Fillies’ Stakes.

A celebrity charity Ladies’ race, the Magnolia Cup, takes place for the second time at Glorious Goodwood, this year benefiting Spinal Research and Winston’s Wish. The inaugural Magnolia Cup was won by supermodel Edie Campbell in silks designed by Jasmine Guinness and she plans to take part again. The Race Week Ball, the previous evening, will also benefit the charities. The thrilling action at the racecourse continues on Friday, August 3, with the £125,000 Betfred Mile, one of the richest handicaps of the year, and the Group Two Tanqueray King George Stakes for sprinters, plus three Group Three races, the RSA Thoroughbred Stakes, just promoted from Listed status, the Coutts Glorious Stakes and the Oak Tree Stakes. This card has been boosted to make it even more attractive to racegoers. The final day of Glorious Goodwood, on Saturday, August 4, includes the historic and very competitive £100,000 Blue Square Stewards’ Cup over six furlongs in which Hoof It celebrated a record weight-carrying victory in 2011. But the feature contest of the day is the third Goodwood race in the QIPCO Champions Series, the Group One Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes, which sees Europe’s finest fillies and mares compete over nearly 10 furlongs. Midday, trained like Frankel by Sir Henry Cecil, won for a record third successive time last year. In a new initiative in conjunction with the QIPCO British Champions Series, sectional timing will be utilised for all races at Glorious Goodwood in 2012. Goodwood used to have a three-day May meeting up until 2006 and this year has brought back the concept, from Thursday, May 24 to Saturday, May 26. Goodwood’s Friday evening fixtures in June are well established and very popular, combined as there are with DJ sets after racing. This year’s DJs are Groove Armada (June 8), Dermot O’Leary (June 15) and Mike Skinner (June 22). There is plenty of other great racing at Goodwood - see page 5 for details – or visit www.goodwood.co.uk


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HUGE QIPCO SUSSEX STAKES bonus FOR FRANKEL & BLACK CAVIAR

QIPCO, sponsor of Goodwood’s top race the QIPCO Sussex Stakes, is offering a massively-boosted prize fund of £1 million for the Group One contest should the world’s two top-rated horses - Frankel and Black Caviar - line up in the mile showpiece on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. The QIPCO Sussex Stakes’ normal prize fund is £300,000 but an extra £700,000 will be added if attracting the two superstars of global racing. Sir Henry Cecil, Frankel’s trainer, said in an interview in May: “I have been very impressed by Black Caviar and she’s obviously very, very good and very consistent. “I would love them to meet because I think it would be good for racing. It would be lovely to have champions from Australia and England taking each other on. I think the only race they could possibly meet would be the Sussex Stakes.” Frankel bolstered his towering reputation last season with a breathtaking performance in the Group One QIPCO 2,000 Guineas over a mile at Newmarket in May prior to coming home in front again in the Group One St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot in June. He earned his place among the racing greats with an imperious display in the 2011 Group One QIPCO Sussex Stakes, where he treated five-time Group One winning miler Canford Cliffs - the best horse Richard Hannon has trained - with complete disdain. After his five-length victory in the ‘Duel on the Downs’, Frankel confirmed his superiority with a four-length success in the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot in October and extended his unbeaten record to 10 in the Lockinge in May.

Black Caviar is the Queen of Australian racing, who has captured the public’s imagination like no other horse, with her unblemished record of 21 wins from 21 starts making her a national hero. Her unparalleled tally includes 11 Group One victories over sprint distances but, after being rated 4lb inferior to Frankel at the end of 2011, connections are keen to test her credentials on the international stage in Europe this summer, starting at Royal Ascot in June. Sheikh Fahad Al Thani’s involvement in British racing is significant, not only through QIPCO Holding, sponsor of the Sussex Stakes and the British Champions Series, but on a personal level as well. Sheikh Fahad owns over 50 horses in training through Pearl Bloodstock in Britain, Ireland and France, including Melbourne Cup hero Dunaden, while Makfi stands at Tweenhills Stud in Gloucestershire. . Sheikh Fahad said: “In their respective home countries, Frankel and Black Caviar have ignited levels of public interest matched only by true champions of the past. The sport is blessed to have two such outstanding horses competing at the same time and consequently we felt it would be remiss not to make every effort to try to bring about the race everyone wants to see.” Adam Waterworth, managing director of Goodwood, added: “In 2011, we witnessed the ‘Duel on the Downs’ between Frankel and Canford Cliffs, which generated loads of publicity and was a huge success for us and QIPCO. “A meeting between Frankel and Black Caviar in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes at this year’s Glorious Goodwood Festival would be the international racing event of the year, and we are very grateful to Sheikh Fahad and QIPCO for their commitment which may make it a reality.”


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GOODWOOD’S 2012 FIXTURE LIST Date

MAY Saturday, Thursday Thursday Friday Saturday

May 5, 2012 May 10, 2012 May 24, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 26, 2012

First day May Festival Second day May Festival Third day May Festival

Friday

June 8, 2012 evening

DJ Groove Armada

Friday

June 15, 2012 evening

DJ Dermot O’Leary

Friday

June 22, 2012 evening

DJ Mike Skinner

Gates open at 11.30am at all afternoon meetings with the exception of Glorious Goodwood when gates open at 11am. At evening meetings gates open at 4.30pm (August Evening 3.30pm). Please consult www.goodwood.co.uk for first and last race times.

JUNE

Glorious Goodwood Tuesday

July 31, 2012

First day Glorious Goodwood

Wednesday August 1, 2012

Second day Glorious Goodwood

Thursday

August 2, 2012

Third day Glorious Goodwood

Friday

August 3, 2012

Fourth day Glorious Goodwood

Saturday

August 4, 2012

Fifth day Glorious Goodwood

Friday

August 24, 2012 evening

First day Bank Holiday Weekend

Saturday

August 25, 2012

Second day Bank Holiday Weekend

Sunday

August 26, 2012

Third day Bank Holiday Weekend

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER Tuesday

September 4, 2012

Wednesday September 26, 2012 OCTOBER Sunday

October 14, 2012

Seasonal Finale

FREE parking available, FREE accompanied children aged under 18.

admission

for

Over 65s – 50 per cent off Gordon and Lennox Enclosures (outside Festival Meetings). NUS cardholders - 50 per cent off Gordon and Lennox Enclosures (non Festival Meetings)


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GOODWOOD 2011 REVIEW There was no doubt about Goodwood’s highlight of 2011 as the “Duel on the Downs” produced an unforgettable clash between the unbeaten three-yearold sensation Frankel and five-time Group One winning miler Canford Cliffs in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes. Frankel, the best horse Sir Henry Cecil has trained in a 43-year career, came into Goodwood’s Group One mile race unbeaten with seven consecutive victories to his name, including an overwhelming and dominant front-running Classic performance in the Group One QIPCO 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. Canford Cliffs was the crowning jewel of trainer Richard Hannon’s astonishing nine successes at Glorious Goodwood in 2010, when he swooped to overcome Rip Van Winkle cheekily by a neck in the Sussex Stakes. The four-year-old was bidding to become the first horse to win the Sussex Stakes twice and came into the 2011 renewal on Wednesday, July 27, in great form after comfortable top-level victories at both Newbury and Royal Ascot where he beat the great mare Goldikova. The build-up to the ‘Duel on the Downs’ was terrific, with an enormous amount of publicity producing the expectation of something extra special. Understandably, the presence of these mile heavyweights scared off other challengers and a field of four went to post, with Godolphin’s Rio De La Plata and Freddy Head’s Rajsaman standing their ground against Frankel and Canford Cliffs. The atmosphere before the race was amazing with both equine stars cheered prior to going to the start as the large crowd anticipated what was to come.


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Goodwood 2011 Review Continued

Frankel, sent off the 8-13 favourite, was allowed to stride on in the lead from Canford Cliffs, on whom Richard Hughes was being patient as usual. Tom Queally increased the tempo before half-way aboard Frankel to try and draw the sting out of his opponent’s famous finishing kick.

Stakes on the final day when Midday beat dual Oaks heroine Snow Fairy in good style to claim her third consecutive win in the near 10-furlong feature. The jockey and trainer were also successful with Chachamaidee, who was the easy victor of the Group Three Oak Tree Stakes over seven furlongs.

Always travelling well, the Khalid Abdulla-owned Frankel used his enormous stride with devastating effect when asked to stretch with over a furlong remaining, powering clear for an emphatic five-length victory over Canford Cliffs who faltered and hung left.

Frankie Dettori’s four-winner haul at Glorious Goodwood 2011 included Opinion Poll’s narrow success in the Group Two Artemis Goodwood Cup over two miles on Ladies’ Day (Thursday) when he resisted the late challenge of another Godolphin runner Lost In The Moment to score by a head. Opinion Poll followed up at York in the Group Two Weatherbys Insurance Lonsdale Cup and emerged victorious on his second start of 2012 at Meydan in the Group Three Dubai Gold Cup.

Seamus Buckley, Goodwood’s highly experienced clerk of the course, reflected: “Certainly in my time at Goodwood, and probably in my lifetime in racing, that was the most outstanding performance I have witnessed. The reception alone was the best I’ve seen on a British racecourse and I was delighted to be party to such a wonderful occasion.” Adam Waterworth, managing director of Goodwood Racecourse, agreed: “Just remember the greetings from the crowd the two horses received when they went down to the start, the welcome back Canford Cliffs got after coming second and the adulation given to Sir Henry Cecil after Frankel had won. “Not only do those live fresh in the memory, I think they will stay with me forever.” Frankel confirmed his superiority with another breathtaking display at Ascot in the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes sponsored by QIPCO on British Champions Day in October and the performance reinforced his position as number one in the World Thoroughbred Rankings. The fantastic racehorse finished the 2011 season rated 4lb ahead of star Australian sprinter Black Caviar. Although Richard Hannon and Richard Hughes were understandably deflated after the comprehensive defeat of Canford Cliffs, they enjoyed another wonderful Glorious Goodwood with five wins apiece, emerging as the leading trainer and Racing UK leading jockey respectively. The highlight was Strong Suit’s impressive victory in the Group Two bet365 Lennox Stakes over seven furlongs on the opening day, in which the son of Rahy sauntered into the lead more than a furlong out before quickening clear for a length and a half victory over Red Jazz. Hannon and Hughes continued their domination of Glorious Goodwood’s juvenile Pattern races with Chandlery a game winner of the Group Two Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes on the Wednesday, while Harbour Watch enhanced his reputation with a dominant success in the Group Two Audi Richmond Stakes on the Friday. Cecil, Queally and Abdulla combined again for a recordbreaking victory in the Group One Markel Insurance Nassau

The Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, one of the most competitive sprint handicaps of the season, witnessed a remarkable and record-breaking performance from Mick Easterby-trained Hoof It, who, despite carrying top-weight of 10st, was the decisive winner of the six-furlong event for Lee Westwood, one of the owners, under an astute ride from Kieren Fallon. The week’s second main handicap, the Betfred Mile, was another feather in the cap for Hayley Turner, who made all the running on 22-1 shot Boom And Bust for trainer Marcus Tregoning. Goodwood Racecourse stages top quality action throughout the Flat season including two significant three-year-old Listed contests in May, the Cocked Hat Stakes and Height Of Fashion Stakes. The Cocked Hat Stakes, run over 11 furlongs, was won comfortably by John Gosden’s Masked Marvel, who went on to Group Three success in the Bahrain Trophy at Newmarket in July before a brilliant three-length victory in the final British Classic of 2011, the Ladbrokes St Leger at Doncaster, in September. Beatrice Aurore followed up her victory in the Height Of Fashion Stakes with a creditable sixth in the Investec Oaks, before annexing the Group Three Prix Chloe at Chantilly in early July. The Goodwood jockey standings at the end of the season were headed by Hughes, who partnered an amazing 21 winners including five at Glorious Goodwood, which saw him claim the Racing UK Leading Jockey Award, finishing that week one ahead of both Dettori and Queally. The trainers’ table also had a familiar name on top at the end of 2011 with Hannon saddling 21 winners, one less than in 2010. The trainer gained his fourth consecutive Dick Hern Award which goes to the Sussex course’s leading trainer each year.


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History

of Goodwood Racecourse Racing was introduced to Goodwood by the third Duke of Richmond out of a sense of obligation to the officers of the Sussex militia, of which he was Colonel, rather than any devotion to the Turf.

Lack of funds (due to the third Duke’s prolific spending) prevented the fourth Duke from being at home for long periods. It was, however, during his time that the Goodwood Cup was first run in 1812 over a three-mile course.

For many years, the officers had held their annual races in nearby Petworth Park, courtesy of the Earl of Egremont, but when that capricious nobleman did not renew the invitation in 1801, the Duke of Richmond came to their rescue by laying out a course on that part of the Goodwood Estate known as the Harroway.

Two years later, at the suggestion of his son, the Earl of March, the date of the meeting was changed from May to its now long traditional slot in late July.

So pleased was the Duke with the popularity of that first twoday meeting that he organised a three-day one under Jockey Club Rules the following year. On the first day, he won with a horse called Cedar, but on the third day Cedar was beaten by Trumpator, owned by the Prince of Wales, later King George IV. To accommodate his more distinguished guests, the Duke had a small wooden stand erected. The first Duke of Richmond, who purchased the Goodwood Estate in 1697, was an illegitimate son of Charles II and Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth. His grandson, the founder of the Goodwood meeting, was a man of taste and considerable talent. He was one of the earliest patrons of the equine artist George Stubbs, who stayed at Goodwood for nine months in 1759, and, as Master-General of the Ordnance, he commissioned the first ordnance survey maps, still in use today. Following the death of the third Duke in 1806, the title and estate were inherited by his nephew, an eminent soldier. A civilian by the time of Waterloo, he would have missed the battle had he obeyed the instructions of his friend the Duke of Wellington, who told him to go back to Brussels, but the fourth Duke hid in a bush and cheered the troops on!

The move to July proved an immediate success and greatly enhanced the social status of the meeting. This was because it coincided neatly with the end of the London season and retained a relatively informal atmosphere, much appreciated by the aristocracy before they retired to their country estates for the remainder of the summer. While the importance of the meeting increased, the Goodwood Cup did not immediately carry the prestige that it would in the middle of the century and was only staged spasmodically. It was not run in 1815 or between 1817 and 1824, while there was a walk-over in 1826. No horse of any consequence won it until Priam, successful in the Derby of the previous year, in 1831, six years after the distance raced over was reduced to two miles and five furlongs. The fourth Duke died in 1819 and was succeeded by his son, another notable soldier. Having been severely wounded by a musket ball at Othez in the Peninsular War in 1814, the fifth Duke returned to Goodwood to devote himself to hunting. When a heavy fall aggravated his old injuries so badly that he was obliged to give up following hounds, the Duke, who served a term as President of the MCC, devoted much of his time to racing. He did a great deal to improve the racecourse, including the building of a new grandstand for 3,000 people in 1830.


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History continued

Also in that year, the Stables, completed to the designs of Sir William Chambers for the third Duke of Richmond in 1761, were filled with horses belonging to the fifth Duke of Richmond and Lord George Bentinck. A heavy gambler, who never felt himself constrained by the strict code of honour he sought to impose upon others, Lord George was overbearing far beyond the point of arrogance and a born organiser. The outstanding member of the Jockey Club of that era, he was enabled, by his friendship with the Duke of Richmond, to implement many reforms at Goodwood that would later become common practice on other courses. As well as railing off a number of enclosures, including one for cigar smokers, he reformed the method of starting by equipping the starter with a flag instead of simply having the official shout ‘go’. He also fined the Clerk of the Course if races started late and insisted that every horse had a number on the racecard corresponding to that displayed on the board indicating the runners. Furthermore, he gave orders that the runners should parade in front of the stands. Bentinck also set aside an area in which they were to be saddled and another in which they were to be unsaddled. In consequence, the Goodwood meeting was conducted far more efficiently than had ever been the case on any other course. At the time when Lord George was bringing in these improvements, many of the most popular races of the Festival meeting were becoming entrenched in the programme. The Molecomb Stakes was founded in 1833, while the sixfurlong Stewards’ Cup was first run in 1840 when Epirus, trained by John Scott at Malton in Yorkshire, beat 21 rivals. The latter race is now the handicap highlight on the final day of Glorious Goodwood. The Nassau Stakes also came into existence in 1840 and the Sussex Stakes was introduced in 1841 to coincide with the construction of a weighing room at the racecourse. The Sussex Stakes started out as a race for two-year-olds but in 1878 the conditions changed it into a contest for three-yearolds over a mile and from that point never looked back. Goodwood of course is more than just a racecourse. It is a country estate quite different from any other. Its unique ambience and air of understated glamour have drawn people to it throughout three centuries of ownership by the Dukes of Richmond. It is made up of many varied aspects. These include Goodwood House, which was refurbished between 1966 and 1971 and again between 1994 and 1998 and is now restored to its former Regency glory; a motor circuit which has once again resounded to the roar of historic racing cars since 1998; a hotel and country club, aerodrome, golf club, organic farm, farm shop and more. Each of the sporting activities on the Goodwood Estate reflects the particular interest of one of the Dukes of Richmond. Goodwood House hosts parties, both private and corporate, as well as weddings for couples who want

to celebrate their marriage in magnificent surroundings. The racecourse boasts private boxes, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. Racegoers gather to watch world-class jockeys battle it out on this most beautiful of racecourses set high on the Sussex Downs. The ninth Duke of Richmond did not share his forbears’ great passion for the turf, but loved racing - in the form of motor cars. Adjacent to the Estate was the RAF Airfield at Tangmere and it eventually dawned on him that its annexe, Westhampnett Airfield, part of the Goodwood Estate, would make a suitable motor circuit. The first meeting took place in 1948 and, until its closure in 1966, the Goodwood Motor Circuit was Britain’s leading racing venue. Reopened in 1998, the circuit stages an historic race meeting, the Goodwood Revival, each September, which lovingly recreates the glamour and romance of motor racing in the 1950s and 1960s. The 2012 Goodwood Revival takes place on September 14, 15 & 16. The Festival of Speed, staged on June 28, June 29, June 30 and July 1, is the other major motor sport event at Goodwood. It is the world’s biggest and most diverse celebration of the history of motor sport and car culture. The Festival of Speed is the only occasion to see the greatest competition cars and star drivers from all eras in action: everything from 19th century steam carriages to current Formula One; fabulous racing motorcycles; classic rally cars to 3,000bhp dragsters; plus motor sport legends like Moss, Surtees, Fittipaldi and Andretti rubbing shoulders with today’s hottest properties such as Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Petter Solberg. The annual Festival of Speed has established itself as the most exclusive garden party fixture of the season where motor racing fans mingle with spectacular cars and their drivers in the parkland surrounding Goodwood House. The Flying School continues to attract people from all walks of life keen to gain the freedom of their private pilot’s licence or simply to soar above the stunning Sussex countryside. Just across the park from Goodwood House, the refurbished Goodwood Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club (formerly ‘The Richmond Arms’) offers everything you might expect from a world-renowned hotel. The old Goodwood Golf Course, stretching up the Downs to the Racecourse, was superbly renovated in 2004 and is one of the two 18-hole courses on the Estate. Golf At Goodwood, a brand new vision for the sport, was launched in 2006 and is about paying for the golf that people want to play, when they want to play it. Members have access to the Downs Course, already rated in Golf World’s Top 100 courses in Great Britain and Ireland, and the Park Course. Instead of paying a high joining fee and annual subscription, new members pay a joining fee (first year only), annual subscription and the cost of Goodwood Golf Credits. The more golf played the less the rounds cost. All the Goodwood


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Estate’s activities can be viewed on the Internet at www. goodwood.co.uk Goodwood’s popularity as a venue for horseracing began to grow rapidly, particularly after the Second World War during which there had been no racing on the course. In 1953, 55,000 spectators gathered for the Tuesday of Glorious Goodwood (still at that time the only racing staged at Goodwood an August meeting had been held from 1946 to 1948, but was then dropped from the programme), with no less than 21,000 on the slopes of Trundle Hill. That figure has not been surpassed since, but the demand for racing at this most scenic of courses led to the introduction of three additional fixtures in 1965, two in August and one in September. The May meeting was started in 1968, while in 1970 Glorious Goodwood was extended to five days with the addition of the Saturday. In June, 1985, an evening meeting was staged for the first time. The racecourse has undergone some important changes in recent times. Until 1967, horses pulled up running up Trundle Hill, during which time the parade ring was positioned behind what is now the Charlton Stand. In 1976, however, the parade ring was moved to the south side of the racecourse behind the March Stand. At the same time, the weighing room, which had previously been in the old Charlton building, was relocated to the north side of the parade ring. This involved moving the old road south of the racecourse. The old Stand was demolished after the Festival meeting of 1979 and replaced by the present March Stand, designed by the architect Sir Philip Dowson, which won the annual Concrete Society Award. It was opened on July 29, 1980, by Her Majesty the Queen who unveiled a bronze horse created by the famous sculptress, Dame Elizabeth Frink. The next phase of redevelopment occurred in 1989 with the new Charlton Stand, followed in 1990 by the opening of the Sussex Stand at the Festival meeting by Peter (now Sir Peter) O’Sullevan. The Sussex Stand won a commendation from the Royal Fine Arts Commission. To coincide with this development and, with effect from the start of the 1990 season, the winning post was moved approximately 31 yards in the direction of the six-furlong start. As a result, starts and race distances had to be modified. Thus the Goodwood Cup, traditionally run over two miles and five furlongs, was reduced to two and a half miles. Following the Jockey Club’s review of staying races, the distance of the Goodwood Cup was further reduced to two miles in 1991. In 1989, a new race distance of one mile and one furlong was successfully introduced, starting at the same point as the one mile and two furlong start. This innovative addition to the race programme had been prompted by the most unfortunate of circumstances when, in 1988, runners in a 10-furlong race

were directed, in error, onto the lower bend rather than the upper bend before re-entering the straight. That race, the Festival Stakes won by Mtoto, was declared void. Prize money was steadily increased and more racing introduced, including additional evening meetings. On May 27, 1988, Goodwood inaugurated its first enterprise evening fixture. This was the first time since racing became reliant on Horserace Betting Levy Board funding that a meeting was held without Levy Board assistance. Goodwood’s evening fixtures remain enormously popular. In 1995, the Bentinck Conservatory was built. With its panoramic views of the Isle of Wight, it seats 180 people and acts as a dining offshoot of the Bentinck Bar. The same year saw the staging of Goodwood’s first Sunday fixture, following the legalisation of Sunday betting, on August 27 - the Sunday of the August Bank Holiday. This brought the total number of racedays at Goodwood to a then record 19. A further new fixture in June meant 20 days in 1997, while Goodwood staged the inaugural running of the Shergar Cup, now held at Ascot, in May, 1999. The exciting new paddock development, designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, opened in 2001. It comprises a new Members’ entrance, Double Trigger Restaurant, three elliptical pavilions housing bars and restaurants and a 5,000 viewing capacity amphitheatre style parade ring. The racecourse celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2002 and the occasion was marked by the publication of the Glorious Goodwood book and video. In 2003, Goodwood extended its racing calendar by introducing an extra day’s racing in October. This increased the season from 20 to 21 days and, for the first time since the early 1990s, saw autumn racing return. In 2007, another October day was added bringing the total to 22 days, while 2010 had a record-equalling 23 racedays. 2011 enjoyed 21 days of racing, with 19 scheduled for 2012, though one was lost to weather in May. The present Duke of Richmond, who trained as a chartered accountant, and his son Lord March ensure that the Goodwood Estate as a whole is enjoyed and utilised to its fullest potential, but it is the racecourse that remains the jewel of their family’s inheritance. King Charles II established the headquarters of English racing upon the stark magnificence of Newmarket Heath. By way of complete contrast, his descendants, the Dukes of Richmond, created the most beautiful racecourse in the country amidst the tranquillity of the vividly undulating Sussex countryside overlooking the sparkling waters of Chichester Harbour and the sea.


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The Magnolia Cup Thursday, August 2, 2012

GLORIOUS GOODWOOD LADIES’ RACE IN AID OF SPINAL RESEARCH AND WINSTON’S WISH A new feature of Ladies’ Day at Glorious Goodwood last year was the inaugural Magnolia Cup, a charity race down the six-furlong straight, and so successful was the venture that it is being repeated for 2012 on Thursday, August 2.

“I ride in events but just as a hobby and have never ridden in a race before, other than racing against my friends when we were children on ponies. I didn’t think of winning until I had crossed the line.

Over £200,000 was raised by those involved in 2011 and the target is for a similar amount to be generated this year through a mixture of Audi’s sponsorship, donations, other initiatives and ticket sales for the glamorous charity Race Week Ball held at Goodwood House the evening before.

“I went clear but started getting really tired, then thought, ‘come on, push on’. He’s an amazing horse, he’s wicked and so kind.”

The Magnolia Cup does not just focus on the female riders, because there are silks’ designers and team supporters involved as well. Designers Issa, Pearl Lowe, Amanda Wakeley and Jasmine Guinness were among those who produced silks last year. Supermodel Edie Campbell, triumphant in 2011 on Harrodian Hotshot, is intending to take part again. Her horse, better known as George Baker who is a useful handicapper trained in Hampshire by George Baker, won by three and a half lengths from the fast-finishing Royal Star, ridden by Channel 4 Racing presenter Emma Spencer, with Lady’s Lost Cause, the mount of international dressage rider Laura Bechtolsheimer, a head away third of the 11 runners. The successful 20-year-old rider really enjoyed the experience. Campbell said: “It’s an amazing feeling - it was so much fun - the best fun I have ever had.

Other riders included Radio One DJ Sara Cox, Dido Harding, who is chief executive of Talk Talk, and Kate Reardon, editor of Tatler. The money raised last year went to Great Ormond Street Hospital, while this year’s recipients will be Spinal Research and Winston’s Wish. Spinal Research is the UK’s leading charity funding medical research around the world to develop reliable treatments for paralysis caused by a broken back or neck. Winston’s Wish is the leading childhood bereavement charity and the largest provider of services to bereaved children, young people and their families in the UK. The gold and silver trophy, the Magnolia Cup, was designed by British jeweller Garrard and inspired by the magnolia grandiflora that surround Goodwood House.


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course characteristics The Goodwood Handicap Stakes Course of two miles and five furlongs starts below the winning post and, running the reverse way of the course, turns left after about half a mile and returns to the straight five-furlong run-in by the top bend. The Goodwood Cup Course is the last two miles, the Bentinck Course the last one mile and six furlongs and the Gratwicke Course the last mile of the Goodwood Handicap Stakes Course.

of the latter being uphill and then slightly undulating to the finish. The sharp bends and downhill gradients of Goodwood usually suit the handy, well balanced, neat actioned sort and are against the big long-striding horse. The course benefits from an artificial watering system. d

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1 1 / 2 MILES -1 The Craven Course is one mile, one furlong and in & 1 MILE 3F 192 yards long (described as a mile and a 55 quarter) starting in almost the same spot as the Gratwicke Course but running 7 FURLONGS, 1 MILE, S TART l ev in the reverse direction and returning 1 MILE 1 FURLONG AND 1 3 /4 MILES el to the five-furlong run-in by the 1 MILE 3 FURLONG RACES top bend. The one mile and one ENTER STRAIGHT BY furlong course, though starting at LOWER BEND almost the same point, follows the S TART lower bend till joining the straight.

The Old Mile and seven-furlong courses start on the Goodwood Handicap Stakes Course and join the straight on the lower bend. The fivefurlong and six-furlong (Stewards’ Cup) courses are dead straight, the first furlong

S TART 2 MILES finish 5F

2 MILES

S TART 2 MILES 4F

lower bend +1

in

S TART 7 FURLONGS

top bend +1 in 33

39

-1 in 66

S TART 5 FURLONGS

+1 in 55

S TART 6 FURLONGS

MEDIA PARTNERS TELEVISION

Channel 4 has been broadcasting live from Goodwood since 2007 and from 2013 has a contract to supply all terrestrial television coverage of British racing.

which was heavily-involved in setting up the service, as shareholders. Every Goodwood race is broadcast live by Racing UK.

Simon Holt, who had been Goodwood’s first-choice racecourse commentator for several years prior to 2007, called them home from his Channel 4 microphone and continues to do so.

BBC Radio first negotiated with Goodwood as early as 1937 about the possibility of transmitting race commentaries, but the scheme was abandoned because of technical difficulties.

BBC TV first televised racing at Goodwood on July, 31 1956, when the corporation covered three races - the Craven Stakes, the Stewards’ Cup and the Bentinck Stakes. Race commentary came from Peter O’Sullevan, knighted in 1997, and paddock commentary from Clive Graham. Racing UK was launched as a subscription channel on May 29, 2004 with 30 racecourses, including Goodwood

RADIO

Negotiations were reopened in 1947 and in June of that year Mr Rathbone of the Goodwood Executive wrote to the BBC confirming that they had been granted full facilities at a cost of 15 guineas a day. The first race to be transmitted was the Goodwood Stakes on July 30, 1947 on the Light Programme. The commentator was Frank More O’Ferrall.


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BET365.com HANDICAP £45,000, Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Four-year-olds & upwards. One mile, one furlong & 192 yards. First run 1840 & originally the Chesterfield Cup.

The race came into existence in the same year as the Stewards’ Cup (1840) and was named after George Stanhope, the sixth Earl of Chesterfield. The Earl was a great racing man and reckless gambler who won two Goodwood Cups with Priam (bought after his 1830 Derby victory). The Chesterfield Cup was run at Glorious Goodwood up to 1969 but, when in 1970 the Festival was extended to five days to include the Saturday, the PTS Laurels Handicap (also over 10 furlongs but for older horses only) was introduced as a replacement and the Chesterfield Cup was moved to the August Meeting. The Chesterfield Cup was switched back to the Saturday of the Festival in 1979 and four years later was renamed the William Hill Cup and moved to the first day of the meeting. Now known as the bet365.com Handicap, the 2011 renewal of this historic race saw the James Bethell-trained Arlequin defy odds of 20-1 and win by a neck from Modun, becoming the third Northern-trained winner in a row.

The James Given-trained Indian Days swept to victory in 2010 prior to scoring in Group Three and Two races. The 2003 winner, Imperial Dancer, won the Group One Premio Roma later that season and is now a stallion. The 1998 second Yavana’s Pace made history four years later when, as a 10-year-old, he became the oldest winner of a Group One race in Europe with victory in the Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal at Cologne. Ian Balding, now retired, sent out six winners including the only dual scorer Mailman in 1984 and 1986, while Yavana’s Place’s trainer Mark Johnston gained his third victory in 10 runnings with Drumfire in 2009. Only 15 of the 66 favourites since 1946 have won. The age breakdown of winners in the same time frame has been 3yo - 7; 4yo - 36; 5yo - 16; 6yo - 5; 7yo - 2. Three horses have defied 10st, Pelorus in 1989, Fluellen in 1977 and Hail The Pirates in 1974, while three-year-old Criterion shouldered 9st 10lb in 1982. Bet365 backed this race for the first time in 2011.

bet365 Handicap Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Arlequin Indian Days DRUMFIRE GULF EXPRESS CHAMPIONSHIP POINT CROSSPEACE EVALUATOR COAT OF HONOUR IMPERIAL DANCER PRAIRIE WOLF KUSTER

4-8-05 5-9-01 5-9-10 4-8-12 4-9-10 4-9-04 4-8-11 4-8-12 5-9-05 6-8-03 5-8-06

G GIBBONS D SWIFT J FORTUNE R MOORE D HOLLAND R FFRENCH K FALLON S SANDERS S HITCHCOTT D CORBY J SPENCER

J BETHELL J GIVEN M JOHNSTON SIR M STOUTE M CHANNON M JOHNSTON T MILLS SIR M PRESCOTT M CHANNON M BELL L CUMANI

NK ½ ½ 1¼ ¾ NK NK NK HD NK 1¼

18 15 14 17 16 16 20 15 15 11 12

20-1 12-1 8-1 10-1 8-1 12-1 7-1 10-1 14-1 13-2 6-1


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bet365 Handicap Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 *1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

SHARP PLAY ORMELIE SUPPLY AND DEMAND DANISH RHAPSODY GRAND SELECTION SILVER GROOM DESERT SHOT ROSE ALTO KNOCK KNOCK IJTIHAAD SONG OF SIXPENCE PELORUS APACHE LOUD APPEAL MAILMAN IROKO MAILMAN MORCON CRITERION COMMODORE BLAKE BORDERLINE PHILODANTES TOWN AND COUNTRY FLUELLEN BLASKETTE EDWARDS HILL HAIL THE PIRATES PROMINENT KING MIDAS TANDY HARKEN CHEVAL SCOTTISH SINBAD MIDNIGHT MARAUDER POLYMINT TARQOGAN EARLY TO RISE ST GULLIVER ROBSON’S CHOICE STUPOR MUNDI ROCKY ROYALE AGGRESSOR LONDON CRY ROWLAND WARD ATHENIEN II ROYAL MAID PREFECT HILLTOP SUNNY BRAE GRANI KRAKATAO IMPECCABLE ROYAL TARA AVIGNON SIGNALMAN

5-9-09 4-9-00 4-9-00 4-8-06 4-8-03 5-7-06 4-8-13 5-8-13 7-9-00 4-9-05 6-9-05 4-10-00 3-8-06 3-8-11 7-8-06 3-8-13 5-8-10 3-9-00 3-9-10 4-7-04 4-7-05 4-9-01 4-9-13 4-10-00 5-8-06 4-8-03 4-10-00 6-9-01 4-9-10 5-9-04 4-8-11 4-9-10 4-8-13 5-8-03 6-6-09 5-9-01 4-8-07 4-9-02 6-8-04 4-8-09 4-9-01 4-8-13 4-8-12 5-9-00 3-8-05 4-7-13 4-8-03 4-8-12 4-8-05 5-7-11 4-9-07 5-9-12 5-8-13 4-7-13 3-8-04

D HOLLAND J FORTUNE K FALLON J REID M FENTON M HENRY J TATE G DUFFIELD R COCHRANE W CARSON S CAUTHEN B ROUSE J BLEASDALE R COCHRANE PAT EDDERY S CAUTHEN T QUINN W CARSON L PIGGOTT B CROSSLEY S PAYNE S CAUTHEN W CARSON PAT EDDERY P COOK R STREET L PIGGOTT G BAXTER J MERCER J MERCER J MERCER R HUTCHINSON R HUTCHINSON J MERCER R DICEY W WILLIAMSON G LEWIS L PIGGOTT A BREASLEY W CARR W CARR J LINDLEY A BREASLEY E MERCER W CARR P ROBINSON A BREASLEY W CARR E FORDYCE L PIGGOTT G RICHARDS G RICHARDS K GETHIN K GETHIN H WRAGG

M JOHNSTON P CHAPPLE-HYAM G L MOORE LADY HERRIES M BELL R AKEHURST M STOUTE J FANSHAWE I BALDING W HERN I BALDING W JARVIS C THORNTON M STOUTE I BALDING M STOUTE I BALDING W HERN G HARWOOD M STOUTE I BALDING B HILLS W HERN H WRAGG N VIGORS B HILLS M V O’BRIEN (IRE) A BUDGETT D CANDY B SWIFT W HERN J DUNLOP J DUNLOP J TREE J SUTCLIFFE Jnr G MCGRATH (IRE) I BALDING F ARMSTRONG E GODDARD C BOYD-ROCHFORT D WHELAN J GOSDEN G RICHARDS J JARVIS C PRATT H WRAGG N CANNON C BOYD-ROCHFORT D WATSON J WAUGH N MURLESS J POWELL J BEARY G HARDY H LEADER

SH NK 1½ ½ NK 2½ ¾ * SH 1½ 2½ ½ SH HD 2 HD 3 4 HD 5 ½ 4 2 HD 2 ½ 1½ 4 1 NK 2 1½ HD 1½ 2 3 1½ 3 SH NK 2 1 1½ ¾ 1 HD 1½ SH 1½ HD 4 4 SH 1 2

11 8 17 18 13 14 13 13 10 10 7 10 7 10 11 9 7 15 7 14 9 5 5 6 3 7 9 5 5 9 10 10 11 11 10 13 11 15 11 13 15 8 8 13 15 7 15 16 9 12 10 7 10 6 9

11-2 6-1 3-1F 14-1 12-1 6-1 12-1 25-1 9-2F 11-2 9-2 12-1 9-4F 4-1 11-1 9-2JF 11-2 9-2F 7-1 13-2 17-2 4-1 13-8F 4-1 2-1 33-1 7-4F 7-4F 2-1F 10-1 100-8 7-1 100-6 8-1 20-1 8-1 10-1 4-1F 8-1 7-1 100-8 100-30 5-1 100-8 10-1 5-1 100-8 11-2F 6-1 8-1 7-4F 2-1F 6-1JF 20-1 7-4F

* Rose Alto was beaten three quarters of a length by Knowth, but the placings were reversed after a stewards’ enquiry


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BET365 GORDON STAKES (GROUP THREE) £55,000, Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Three-year-olds only. One mile & four furlongs. First run 1902.

The bet365 Gordon Stakes is an excellent St Leger trial and a race with a rich heritage. Goodwood House is the traditional English seat of the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, with Gordon Castle his Scottish retreat. This previously extinct Dukedom was revived by Queen Victoria in 1876 in favour of the Richmond family, and the race, instigated in 1902, was named accordingly. Open to three-year-olds and upwards for the first running in 1902, it has been restricted to three-year-olds from 1903 onwards. In recent times, Commanche Run (1984), Minster Son (1988), Nedawi (1998), Millenary (2000), Sixties Icon (2006) and the 2008 victor Conduit, have all added the final Classic, the St Leger at Doncaster, to an earlier bet365 Gordon Stakes victory. Conduit held Donegal in a thrilling finish to the 2008 Goodwood race and, after his St Leger triumph, the colt twice swept to victory in the Breeders’ Cup Turf in America as well as landing the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth

Stakes. His first Breeders’ Cup success in 2008 clinched an Eclipse Award as the top Turf horse to have raced in the US that year. Phoenix Reach, successful in 2003, also enjoyed international Group One honours as he triumphed in the Hong Kong Vase, Dubai Sheema Classic and Canadian International. Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer with the best record, achieving his seventh success with Harbinger in 2009, another subsequent winner of the Group One King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, who was rated the best horse in the world in 2010. The 12-strong field that contested the 1996 running was the most in the race’s history. There have been 28 winning favourites out of the 66 runnings since 1946, the latest being the 2010 victor Rebel Soldier at 4-1. Bet365 became the sponsor in 2011.

Bet365 Gordon Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

NAMIBIAN Rebel Soldier HARBINGER CONDUIT YELLOWSTONE SIXTIES ICON THE GEEZER MARAAHEL PHOENIX REACH BANDARI

9-03 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-13

S DE SOUSA R MOORE R MOORE R MOORE J MURTAGH L DETTORI T QUINN R HILLS D HOLLAND W SUPPLE

M JOHNSTON J NOSEDA SIR M STOUTE SIR M STOUTE A O’BRIEN (IRE) J NOSEDA D ELSWORTH SIR M STOUTE A BALDING M JOHNSTON

NK HD 1¾ HD NK 1¾ 5 ½ SH 7

10 10 9 6 9 7 5 8 10 4

7-1 4-1F 11-4F 1-2F 5-2JF 7-4F 3-1 9-4 12-1 15-8


16 | Glorious Goodwood

Bet365 Gordon Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2001 2000 1999 1998

ALEXIUS MILLENARY COMPTON ACE RABAH NEDAWI STOWAWAY ST MAWES PRESENTING BROADWAY FLYER RIGHT WIN BONNY SCOT STYLISH SENOR KARINGA BAY WARRSHAN MINSTER SON LOVE THE GROOM ALLEZ MILORD KAZAROUN COMMANCHE RUN JOHN FRENCH ELECTRIC BURTOMI PRINCE BEE MORE LIGHT SEXTON BLAKE POLLERTON SMUGGLER GUILLAUME TELL GREY THUNDER DUKE OF RAGUSA SCOTTISH RIFLE ATHENS WOOD ROCK ROI HARMONY HALL MOUNT ATHOS SUN ROCK KHALEKAN KING LOG SWEET MOSS TIGER GAY CHALLENGER PARDAO KIPLING ABOVE SUSPICION GUERSILLUS PIPE OF PEACE DACIAN MANATI BRILLIANT GREEN PRINCE CANARINA GAY TIME PRINCE D’OUILLY FOXBORO ROYAL FOREST NATHOO MERRY QUIP FAST AND FAIR

8-10 8-13 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-13 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 9-02 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-13 8-02 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-13 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-07 8-07 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-02 8-02 8-12 8-12 8-07 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-07 8-07 7-13 8-07 8-07 8-07 8-07 9-02 9-07 9-02 9-02

K FALLON T QUINN K FALLON R HILLS L DETTORI K DARLEY K DARLEY L DETTORI M HILLS J REID L DETTORI G DUFFIELD B ROUSE W R SWINBURN W CARSON W CARSON G STARKEY W R SWINBURN L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT G STARKEY W CARSON W CARSON W CARSON E HIDE C ROCHE J MERCER L PIGGOTT W CARSON J GORTON R HUTCHINSON G STARKEY G LEWIS W WILLIAMSON R HUTCHINSON G MOORE D LAKE R HUTCHINSON L PIGGOTT A BREASLEY R HUTCHINSON W CARR G LEWIS D SMITH E HIDE A BREASLEY W SNAITH W CARR E SMITH D SMITH G RICHARDS G RICHARDS W RICKABY G RICHARDS G RICHARDS T WESTON C RICHARDS

SIR M STOUTE J DUNLOP G BUTLER J DUNLOP S BIN SUROOR S BIN SUROOR J DUNLOP J GOSDEN J HILLS R HANNON L CUMANI J FANSHAWE DENYS SMITH M STOUTE W HERN J DUNLOP G HARWOOD M STOUTE L CUMANI H CECIL M STOUTE W HERN W HERN W HERN B HILLS P PRENDERGAST (IRE) W HERN M V O’BRIEN (IRE) C BRITTAIN B HOBBS J DUNLOP H THOMSON JONES P WALWYN G SMYTH J DUNLOP N MURLESS P PRENDERGAST (IRE) G TODD N MURLESS G RICHARDS J OXX (IRE) C BOYD-ROCHFORT P HASTINGS-BASS C BOYD-ROCHFORT C ELSEY G RICHARDS H COTTRILL C BOYD-ROCHFORT D WATSON H LEADER W NIGHTINGALL R WARDEN V SMYTH N MURLESS F BUTTERS N CANNON J LAWSON

NK SH 1½ DH DH 3 HD 1½ NK 2½ 2 ½ ½ HD 2 3 ½ 8 5 2½ 3 1½ 2½ ¾ SH 7 SH 2 ½ 6 ½ ½ 2 3 1 HD 2½ 3 1½ 2 2 1½ ½ NK 5 ½ 1½ 4 4 4 1½ ½ SH 10 3 2 NK

11 10 6 6

7-1 9-1 12-1 5-2 5-1 100-30F 12-1 7-4F 11-2 3-1F 6-1 11-4 13-2 3-1 2-1F 6-4F 11-10F 10-1 7-2JF 4-1 25-1 3-1 5-4F 5-2 100-30 11-2 7-2 11-8F 25-1 11-8 4-6F 7-4F 3-1 5-1 4-7F 11-4JF 2-1F 4-1 11-2 100-30 5-1 10-11F 6-1 EvsF 13-8 4-6F 10-1 100-8 5-2F 1-3F 2-15F 4-7F 100-9 1-6F 7-2 4-11F 5-1

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

10 12 7 9 8 6 3 6 4 5 6 5 5 8 6 6 5 6 6 5 4 6 9 8 4 3 5 4 3 3 7 6 6 7 9 9 5 8 4 5 6 6 6 9 4 3 3 8 3 6 4 5


17 | Glorious Goodwood

BET365 LENNOX STAKES (GROUP TWO) £140,000, Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. Seven furlongs. Became a Group Two in 2003.

Goodwood acquired this Group race in 2000 after it was staged at Newcastle as the Beeswing Stakes. The inaugural running at Goodwood, with Group Three status, was won by the John Gosden-trained Observatory, who went on to triumph in the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot the following month. Nayyir captured the 2002 renewal and came back in fine form for a repeat victory in 2003, when the race was upgraded to Group Two. Court Masterpiece triumphed in 2005 and progressed to Group One success at Longchamp, France, that October before returning to Glorious Goodwood the following year to win the Group One Sussex Stakes, one of the highlights of Glorious Goodwood. Iffraaj had been beaten a head in the Group One July Cup over six furlongs at Newmarket prior to landing the 2006 renewal of the bet365 Lennox Stakes impressively by four lengths, the widest winning margin by far witnessed in the race. Paco Boy proved himself a very worthy winner in 2008 as he went on to race most consistently at the highest level. The three-year-old added the Group Two Hungerford Stakes on his next start, was far from disgraced when third to subsequent Breeders’ Cup Mile heroine Goldikova in the Group One Prix du Moulin in France and displayed his burgeoning brilliance when slamming 1,000 Guineas winner Natagora by three lengths in the Group One Prix de la Foret at Longchamp later in the year. Paco Boy gained two more Group One victories, taking the 2009 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot and adding the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury the following year.

Finjaan, winner of the 2008 bet365 Molecomb Stakes, showed his liking for Goodwood with success in 2009, giving trainer Marcus Tregoning his second victory in the race following on from Fath in 2001. The Henry Cecil-trained Group One winner Lord Shanakill won in 2010, while Paco Boy’s trainer Richard Hannon was back in the winner’s enclosure with 5-2 favourite Strong Suit the following year which means that two of 12 favourites have won in the bet365 Lennox Stakes. Bet365’s sponsorship began in 2011.

bet365 Lennox Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

STRONG SUIT LORD SHANAKILL FINJAAN PACO BOY TARIQ IFFRAAJ COURT MASTERPIECE BYRON NAYYIR NAYYIR FATH OBSERVATORY

3-8-09 4-9-02 3-8-09 3-8-09 3-8-09 5-9-04 5-9-00 3-8-07 5-9-04 4-9-04 4-9-00 3-8-12

R HUGHES T QUEALLY T O’SHEA R HUGHES K MCEVOY L DETTORI P ROBINSON K MCEVOY E AHERN E AHERN M DWYER K DARLEY

R HANNON H CECIL M TREGONING R HANNON P CHAPPLE-HYAM S BIN SUROOR E DUNLOP S BIN SUROOR G BUTLER G BUTLER M TREGONING J GOSDEN

1½ HD ½ NK 1¼ 4 SH ¾ HD ½ ¾ 1½

9 12 8 9 13 10 14 8 13 9 9 8

5-2F 13-2 5-1 7-1 7-2 6-4F 4-1 16-1 6-1 9-2 14-1 11-4


18 | Glorious Goodwood

BET365 MOLECOMB STAKES (GROUP THREE) £40,000, Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Two-year-olds only. Five furlongs. First run 1829 (Note: two-year-old fillies only 1932-80)

The Molecomb Stakes is named after part of the Goodwood Estate and for the greater period of the last century the race was restricted to fillies. The Maktoum family celebrated a first Group victory when Hatta won the 1977 renewal for Arundel trainer John Dunlop, while the brilliant Marwell won the last fillies-only race in 1980. The fairer sex continues to hold its own however, with 14 fillies successful since 1981, including Hoh Magic who added the Group One Prix Morny in 1994 to her score and Carmine Lake, victorious in 1996 before defeating the best sprinters in Europe when winning the 1997 Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp. Enticing triumphed in 2006 and returned to the Glorious Goodwood winner’s enclosure in the 2008 Audi King George Stakes over the same trip, while another speedy filly, Fleeting Spirit, won in 2007 and then took the following season’s renewal of the Group Two Temple Stakes at Haydock and the 2009 Group One July Cup. Fillies have not had it all their own way and high-class colts to have triumphed include Precocious, who prevailed in 1983 and went on to win the Group Two Gimcrack Stakes at York in an unbeaten campaign. In 2005, this race began a marvellous sequence at Glorious Goodwood for Yorkshire-based trainer David Nicholls. Following Strike Up The Band’s impressive performance, the trainer also claimed victories in the Tanqueray King

George Stakes with Fire Up The Band and in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup with Gift Horse later in the week. Finjaan won the 2008 Molecomb Stakes and ended the season as one of the leading two-year-old colts after going down by two noses when third to Intense Focus in an extremely close finish to the Group One Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket. Irish-trained horses have been successful six times, with the latest successful raider being the David Wachman-trained Requinto in 2011. Half of the 66 runnings since 1946 have gone to the market leader, including in 2010 when the Richard Hannon-trained Zebedee won at 2-1. The shortest priced favourite was 1-8 chance Diableretta in 1949. At the other end of the odds’ spectrum, Hotbee won at 100-1 in 1985. Zebedee gave Hannon and Richard Hughes a second successive victory following Monsieur Chevalier’s triumph in 2009. The incomparable Lester Piggott gained eight victories in the Molecomb Stakes during his brilliant riding career - the first in 1957 on Abelia and the final one with Precocious in 1983. A French success came through Palariva who was awarded the spoils by the stewards after finishing a head second in 1955. Bet365 sponsored for the first time in 2011.

bet365 Molecomb Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

REQUINTO ZEBEDEE MONSIEUR CHEVALIER FINJAAN FLEETING SPIRIT ENTICING STRIKE UP THE BAND TOURNEDOS MAJESTIC MISSILE WUNDERS DREAM WHITBARROW MISTY EYED MISTY MISS INYA LAKE LADY ALEXANDER CARMINE LAKE ALMATY

9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 8-11 8-11 9-01 8-12 8-12 8-07 9-01 8-10 8-07 8-07 8-11 8-07 9-03

W LORDAN R HUGHES R HUGHES R HILLS J MURTAGH M HILLS A NICHOLLS T DURCAN M HILLS M FENTON B MARCUS L NEWMAN J EGAN T QUINN P SHANAHAN J REID K DARLEY

D WACHMAN (IRE) R HANNON R HANNON M TREGONING J NOSEDA W HAGGAS D NICHOLLS M CHANNON W HAGGAS J GIVEN R MILLMAN MRS N DUTFIELD P EVANS M CHANNON C COLLINS (IRE) P CHAPPLE-HYAM C COLLINS (IRE)

1¼ NK 1¼ HD NK SH ¾ NK 1¾ 2 ½ 1¼ 1 1 ½ NK 1½

13 12 11 11 16 13 15 13 9 13 14 9 10 9 13 7 7

6-1 2-1F 10-11F 5-1 8-1 3-1F 6-1 14-1 9-4F 8-1 10-1 3-1F 33-1 20-1 100-30F 6-1 9-2


19 | Glorious Goodwood

bet365 Molecomb Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1994 1993 1992 1991 *1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 **1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

HOH MAGIC RISKY MILLYANT SAHARA STAR POETS COVE HAUNTING BEAUTY ALMOST BLUE CLASSIC RULER GEMINI FIRE HOTBEE ABSENT CHIMES PRECOCIOUS KAFU PROWESS PRINCE MARWELL KEEP OFF GREENLAND PARK HATTA BE EASY HAYLOFT LADY ROWLEY BITTY GIRL MISS SLIP PERT LASSIE CAWSTON’S PRIDE MANGE TOUT FLYING LEGS LOWNA SMOOTH REET LASS REGAL PINK CRIMEA II ROYAL INDISCRETION LA TENDRESSE CYNARA QUEENSBERRY KRAKENWAKE ABELIA PHARSALIA PALARIVA BRAVE VENTURE URSHALIM TESSA GILLIAN TAYEH CRAWLEY BEAUTY DIABLERETTA INTEGRITY PHAETONIA RULE BRITANNIA

8-10 8-12 8-07 8-07 8-12 8-07 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-07 8-10 9-00 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 9-04 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-13 9-01 8-11 8-08 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-07 8-07 8-12 9-07 9-02 8-07 8-07

M HILLS W R SWINBURN M ROBERTS J REID J REID PAT EDDERY J CARROLL J REID S CAUTHEN T WILLIAMS P ROBINSON L PIGGOTT G STARKEY L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT W CARSON H WHITE R HUTCHINSON R HUTCHINSON L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT B RAYMOND J LINDLEY G STARKEY B TAYLOR B FOY L PIGGOTT G MOORE L PIGGOTT B CONNORTON G BOUGOURE W CARR G BOUGOURE R HUTCHINSON J MERCER E SMITH A BREASLEY L PIGGOTT W SNAITH R POINCELET W RICKABY C SMIRKE W RICKABY G RICHARDS G RICHARDS G RICHARDS C SMIRKE G RICHARDS H WRAGG

M BELL R HANNON R GUEST M STOUTE W CARTER J ETHERINGTON J BERRY C NELSON P FELGATE J BRIDGER D THOM H CECIL G HARWOOD E ELDIN M STOUTE J DUNLOP LORD HUNTINGDON J DUNLOP J DUNLOP R F J HOUGHTON N CALLAGHAN M JARVIS W MARSHALL H CECIL F MAXWELL K CUNDELL M JARVIS N MURLESS R F J HOUGHTON W GRAY P PRENDERGAST (IRE) C BOYD-ROCHFORT P PRENDERGAST (IRE) P PRENDERGAST (IRE) H WRAGG J WAUGH N BERTIE N MURLESS H COTTRILL A HEAD (FR) J JARVIS M MARSH J JARVIS M MARSH N MURLESS F BUTTERS J LEACH F DARLING W EARL

2½ 3½ 1 1½ * ¾ ¾ 1½ SH NK 1½ 2½ 3 1½ 2½ HD 2½ 2½ ½ NK 1 ½ HD 1 4 4 ½ 4 1½ 1½ 3 ¾ HD 6 3 6 2 3 2 ** 1½ ¾ 1½ 3 2 ¾ 1 2 1

7 5 11 7 4 10 13 7 6 9 8 7 4 6 7 6 6 7 7 8 4 6 3 4 4 4 5 7 5 6 7 8 7 7 4 5 8 4 6 6 11 8 7 10 12 2 7 6 4

EvsF 4-9F 9-2 2-1F 11-2 3-1 10-1 5-2 33-1 100-1 11-4F 30-100F 6-5 4-5F 4-6F 7-1 5-6F 7-1 9-1 3-1 4-5F 7-4 6-4 4-7F 1-5F 8-11F 4-1 7-4 9-2 100-9 5-2F 11-2 11-8F EvsF 2-9F 5-4F 11-4 1-5F 11-8F 4-9F 100-6 11-2 5-4F 9-4F 4-6F 1-8F 7-2 5-4F 8-11F

* Poets Cove was beaten half a length by Jimmy Barnie, but the latter was disqualified and placed last after a stewards’ enquiry. ** Palariva was beaten a head by La Fresnes, but the latter was disqualified and placed last after a stewards’ enquiry.


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GOODWOOD HANDICAP £35,000, Wednesday, August 1, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. Two miles & five furlongs. First run 1823. (Note: race distance 2m 3f up to 1989; 2m in 1990; 2m 4f 1991-2000).

One of Goodwood’s oldest races, this marathon handicap has always been a popular feature of Glorious Goodwood. The distance of the race was reduced by three furlongs to two miles in 1990 following the moving of the winning post and the introduction of new race distances but the following year it was extended to two and a half miles, while in 2001 the trip was further extended to two miles and five furlongs so as to have a race over the traditional trip of the Goodwood Cup which was dropped then down to two miles.

tough and versatile gelding also won the Ebor Handicap and the Chester Cup before transferring to Australia where he won a Group Two event. Baddam landed a famous double at Royal Ascot in 2006, winning both the Ascot Handicap and Queen Alexandra Stakes, and the popular stayer swept to another marathon triumph in the 2008 renewal of this contest.

The runners start in front of the stands and go the reverse way down the course before looping around and returning the correct way. This race is now the longest run at Goodwood each year.

Jump trainers dominated the finish of the 2010 race with the Nicky Henderson-trained Ghimaar defeating Ascot Handicap winner and subsequent Cheltenham Festival hero Junior, saddled by David Pipe, by a length and a half. It was Henderson’s second success in the race, following Afrad in 2005.

Hugs Dancer, trained by James Given, was victorious in 2001 and 2002. He became the first horse since Golden Fire (1962 & 1963) to win the race two years in succession. The

Dual-purpose trainer Micky Hammond, based in Yorkshire, saddled his first Goodwood winner when Hollins triumphed at 20-1 in the 19-runner renewal in 2011.

Goodwood Handicap Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

HOLLINS GHIMAAR SWEETHEART BADDAM SECRET PLOY KEY TIME AFRAD ALRIDA KNAVESMIRE OMEN

7-8-10 5-9-07 5-8-01 6-9-04 7-8-06 4-9-01 4-9-07 5-7-12 4-9-12

P HANAGAN E Ahern L JONES J MURTAGH S DROWNE S SANDERS K FALLON P HANAGAN D HOLLAND

M HAMMOND N HENDERSON J POULTON I WILLIAMS H MORRISON SIR M PRESCOTT N HENDERSON R FAHEY M JOHNSTON

¾ 1½ 3¾ 1 1¼ NK 1 NK 5

19 20 19 18 16 20 14 19 15

20-1 6-1F 8-1 12-1 16-1 5-1JF 5-1F 11-2 7-1


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Goodwood Handicap Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

HUGS DANCER HUGS DANCER LAFFAH HIGH AND MIGHTY PUTERI WENTWORTH CLOUD INSPECTOR SOUTHERN POWER IMAD HARLESTONE BROOK AAHSAYLAD BARDOLPH HAITHAM MAKE CONTACT LATE CUT DAM BUSTERS ACTINIUM SARFRAZ OBERTURA ACK ACK REGIMENT MORGAN’S CHOICE ATLANTIC TRAVELLER CASTELNAU HEIGHLIN THE SOLENT CAPORELLO SEA KESTREL SEA ANCHOR DUBROVNIK REINE BEAU PAMROY BISKRAH COSSALL PRIDE OF ALCIDE AMBERWOOD ACHARACLE TUBALCAIN ALL FOUND GOLD AURA TREE LEOPARD GOLDEN FIRE GOLDEN FIRE ALCOVE PREDOMINATE PREDOMINATE PREDOMINATE PERSIAN FLAG TERRINGTON FRENCH DESIGN OSBORNE PAPILLIO FRENCH DESIGN VEUILLIN STRATHSPEY HARLECH AURALIA STRATHMORE REYNARD VOLANT

5-9-06 4-8-04 5-8-05 4-10-00 4-8-06 6-9-04 5-10-00 5-7-12 4-9-04 7-9-08 5-8-10 4-9-05 4-9-02 4-8-04 3-9-09 4-9-03 3-9-07 3-8-11 4-7-13 6-8-06 5-8-07 5-8-05 4-9-12 3-8-07 4-9-02 7-7-07 4-10-00 4-8-08 4-7-07 4-8-04 5-9-03 4-7-10 4-8-07 4-8-00 4-8-07 6-8-13 4-7-06 5-7-12 4-8-08 5-8-06 4-7-10 4-8-05 8-9-05 7-9-05 6-8-08 4-8-07 5-6-10 8-8-07 7-9-07 4-8-06 5-6-12 4-7-13 5-9-00 4-8-08 5-9-06 4-6-10 4-8-10

D MCKEOWN D MCKEOWN R HUGHES L DETTORI J FORTUNE J WEAVER T QUINN D GIBSON W CARSON J WILLIAMS T QUINN PAT EDDERY PAT EDDERY M RIMMER PAT EDDERY PAT EDDERY G STARKEY G STARKEY R FOX W CARSON E HIDE PAT EDDERY PAT EDDERY J MERCER E ELDIN D McKAY J MERCER P WALDRON A BOND G LEWIS J MERCER PAT EDDERY G STARKEY A ERRINGTON B TAYLOR G LEWIS D MAITLAND S CLAYTON J MERCER D YATES D YATES D SMITH E SMITH E SMITH E SMITH W CARR N PEARSON V GARDNER W CARR W CARR R ARNOLD E MERCER A BREASLEY C ELLIOTT D SMITH T SIDEBOTHAM E SMITH

J GIVEN J GIVEN G MOORE J GOSDEN MISS G KELLEWAY M JOHNSTON R AKEHURST J WHITE J DUNLOP J WHITE P COLE R AKEHURST R AKEHURST H COLLINGRIDGE MRS S PIGGOTT J JENKINS G HARWOOD G HARWOOD P COLE C HILL J WATTS P COLE D ELSWORTH H CECIL G PRITCHARD-GORDON MRS R LOMAX W HERN H CANDY M MASSON A BREASLEY A BREASLEY R JARVIS H CECIL J BENSTEAD T LEADER E GODDARD H BLAGRAVE C BOYD-ROCHFORT W HERN D MARKS D MARKS J F WATTS T LEADER T LEADER T LEADER W NIGHTINGALL W MARSHALL G TODD C BOYD-ROCHFORT C BOYD-ROCHFORT G TODD J BISGOOD N CANNON E WILLIAMS R DAY E BENNETT J JARVIS

¾ 2½ 1½ 1 ½ ¾ NK ½ 2½ 1½ SH 1½ 4 2 NK 1½ 2 ½ NK 5 2 5 ½ 2½ 3 ¾ 1½ 2 10 SH 1 ½ 1½ 1½ ½ ¾ NK 1½ ½ ¾ ¾ 8 4 1 6 ½ ½ 1 2 3 1 1½ 2 1½ HD 4 ¾

12 14 8 9 11 12 9 8 13 9 13 10 7 9 9 7 9 10 12 11 8 11 4 5 7 10 8 8 14 8 12 6 11 10 14 12 14 10 11 18 11 8 10 7 14 15 13 17 13 12 8 11 16 10 15 11 6

7-2F 11-1 6-1 2-1F 10-1 8-1 7-2 16-1 15-2 4-1JF 13-2 5-1 9-4F 20-1 7-1 5-1 4-1 9-4F 6-1 5-2F 17-2 3-1 5-4F 5-2F 6-1 10-1 5-2F 5-1 10-1 4-1 6-1 5-1 5-1 7-1 100-8 8-1 10-1 5-1 100-8 10-1 13-2 11-2 15-8F 3-1 100-9 13-2F 100-6 9-1 100-7 11-2 100-8 8-1 3-1F 9-2 100-8 100-8 7-4F


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VEUVE CLICQUOT VINTAGE STAKES (GROUP TWO) £60,000, Wednesday, august 1, 2012 Two-year-olds only. Seven furlongs. First run 1975. (Note: Listed Race up to 1985; Group Three from 1986; elevated to Group Two status in 2003).

The Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes is one of the premier juvenile races of the season and has been won by numerous top-class performers including several that have gone on to Classic glory.

Rio De La Plata, who gave Frankie Dettori his third of four victories, was a good winner in 2007, also for Godolphin, and went on to finish second in the French 2,000 Guineas in a curtailed campaign the following year.

The first Vintage Stakes winner to do so was Troy in 1978, who progressed to take the Derby at Epsom Downs the following June. Dr Devious became the second colt to achieve this notable double in 1991/1992, while Sir Percy also tasted glory in the Epsom Classic after clinching the 2005 renewal.

Trainer Sir Henry Cecil sent out the first of his six winners with Marathon Gold back in 1979, while the latest came with Eltish in 1994.

Don’t Forget Me (1986) and the Mark Johnston-trained Mister Baileys (1993) won the Goodwood race before adding the mile Classic, the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, the following spring. Johnston also trained the 2003 winner Lucky Story and the exceptional Shamardal. The latter was champion two-yearold in 2004 after winning the Vintage Stakes in an unbeaten campaign that culminated in the Group One Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket. The following season, Shamardal was brilliant in three starts, winning the Poule d’Essai de Poulains, the Prix du Jockey Club and the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot for Godolphin.

Subsequent Hong Kong Group One winner Xtension gave trainer Clive Cox his first success in 2009 and the 11-4 chance was the 24rd favourite to be successful in 37 runnings. He was narrowly beaten in the Group One Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket later in the season. Richard Hannon saddled King Torus to win the 2010 renewal under Richard Hughes easily by six lengths, the greatest winning margin and the same trainer/jockey combination was successful again with Chandlery in 2011. Veuve Clicquot, the official champagne of Goodwood Racecourse, has backed the race since 2003.

Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

CHANDLERY KING TORUS XTENSION ORIZABA RIO DE LA PLATA STRATEGIC PRINCE SIR PERCY SHAMARDAL LUCKY STORY DUBLIN NAHEEF NO EXCUSE NEEDED EKRAAR ALJABR CENTRAL PARK PUTRA ALHAARTH ELTISH MISTER BAILEYS MAROOF DR DEVIOUS MUKADDAMAH BE MY CHIEF HIGH ESTATE

9-00 9-03 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-03 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 9-00 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 9-00 8-11 9-00 9-02

R HUGHES R HUGHES A KIRBY L DETTORI L DETTORI E AHERN M DWYER J FANNING K DALGLEISH J SPENCER L DETTORI J MURTAGH R HILLS L DETTORI PAT EDDERY T QUINN W CARSON PAT EDDERY D McKEOWN W CARSON W CARSON W CARSON S CAUTHEN S CAUTHEN

R HANNON R HANNON C COX M CHANNON S BIN SUROOR P COLE M TREGONING M JOHNSTON M JOHNSTON D LODER D LODER SIR M STOUTE M TREGONING S BIN SUROOR P COLE P COLE W HERN H CECIL M JOHNSTON R ARMSTRONG P CHAPPLE-HYAM P WALWYN H CECIL H CECIL

1 6 1¼ 1¼ 2 NK NK 2½ 1¼ 1¼ 2 1¾ 2 3 3 2 1 2½ 2½ 1½ 1½ 1½ ½ ½

7 7 10 10 7 10 7 10 9 10 10 10 5 7 6 8 6 8 6 10 7 6 5 6

5-2F 11-4 7-2F 11-4F 8-13F 6-1 4-1 8-13F 6-5F 11-1 8-1 12-1 7-4 4-6F 5-4F 100-30 5-6F 8-11F 13-8F 8-1 9-4 6-4F 8-15F 6-5F


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Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

UNDERCUT DON’T FORGET ME FAUSTUS PETOSKI TROJAN FEN ALL SYSTEMS GO TREBORO CHURCH PARADE MARATHON GOLD TROY CONTE SANTI SKY SHIP RIBOBOY

9-00 8-11 9-00 9-00 9-00 8-11 9-00 8-11 9-00 9-00 8-06 9-03 8-11

PAT EDDERY PAT EDDERY S CAUTHEN J MERCER L PIGGOTT G DUFFIELD G STARKEY W CARSON J MERCER W CARSON B TAYLOR J MERCER J MERCER

G HARWOOD R HANNON H CECIL W HERN H CECIL G PRITCHARD-GORDON G HARWOOD W HERN H CECIL W HERN R PRICE W HERN W HERN

1½ ½ NK ¾ 1½ HD 1 HD 2½ 2½ 2 HD 1

6 5 10 8 5 7 5 6 7 5 10 8 10

EvsF 7-1 9-4F 2-1F 4-11F 5-1 5-4F 8-13F 9-4 2-1F 7-2JF 10-11F 8-11F


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QIPCO SUSSEX STAKES (GROUP ONE) (British Champions Series) £300,000 (£1 million if Frankel & Black Caviar both run) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. One mile. First run 1841. (Note: for two-year-olds only up to 1878: for three-year-olds only up to 1959; 1960-74 for three & four-year-olds only).

A HISTORY

The QIPCO Sussex Stakes is one of Europe’s most prestigious mile contests, with a roll of honour to match any major horse race in the world. Goodwood’s race of champions had inauspicious beginnings. Lord George Bentinck and the fifth Duke of Richmond devised the race for two-year-olds, but it did not match the prestige of either the Stewards’ Cup or the Goodwood Cup. First staged in 1841, the Sussex Stakes was aimed at twoyear-olds for 37 years. During that time, however, the race was uncontested on no fewer than 25 occasions and included 14 walkovers! The race’s fortunes changed for the better after 1878 when it became a mile event for three-year-olds. Its status rose so that by 1885 the 2,000 Guineas winner Paradox lined up and augmented his earlier Classic triumph with victory on the Downs. Royal patronage was received in 1909 when King Edward VII’s Derby winner Minoru took the spoils, his victory coming three years after Troutbeck, owned by the second Duke Of Westminster, won en route to Classic success in the St Leger at Doncaster. Other winners of note in that period include 1,000 Guineas scorer Winkipop (1910), the prolific Stedfast (1911) and two more St Leger heroes in Tracery (1912) and Black Jester (1914). The First World War (1914-18) halted the sport at Goodwood including the Sussex Stakes and, upon racing’s resumption, the Sussex Stakes failed to draw the same calibre of horses. It took until 1932 when the Aga Khan’s Irish Derby victor Datsur won for the race’s profile to be raised again. Within a decade, global conflict had once more caused the cessation of racing at Goodwood. After Eastern Echo won a replacement contest staged at Newmarket’s July Course in 1941, the Sussex Stakes was not held until 1946 when a golden era ensued. The post-war years witnessed the ascendance of the Sussex Stakes as a premier mile championship event. In 1948, the Maharaja of Baroda’s My Babu, who had earlier won the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, became the first of eight horses

since 1945 to win the first colts’ Classic and the Sussex Stakes in the same season. Others to complete this famous double have been Palestine (1950), Brigadier Gerard (1971), Bolkonski (1975), Wollow (1976), Rock Of Gibraltar (2002), Henrythenavigator (2008) and Frankel (2011) The Queen owned the winner of the 1954 Sussex Stakes, Landau, who was ridden by Willie Snaith following the accident to Gordon Richards which ended the leading jockey’s career 18 days earlier. Brigadier Gerard, sired by 1963 Sussex Stakes winner Queen’s Hussar, was one of the greatest horses to race in Britain. The Dick Hern-trained superstar won 17 of 18 career starts over three seasons, ranging from six furlongs to a mile and a half. Brigadier Gerard made all to win the 1971 Sussex Stakes comprehensively by five lengths, a winning margin only subsequently equalled by Kris in 1979 and Frankel in 2011. More recently, Rock Of Gibraltar equalled the record of six consecutive Group One victories, set by Brigadier Gerard’s one-time rival Mill Reef, when defeating the previous year’s winner, Godolphin’s Noverre, in 2002. Four-year-olds were allowed to compete from 1960 and, after another 15 years, five-year-olds and upwards were also able to run in the Sussex Stakes. Le Levanstell, trained in Ireland by Seamus McGrath, became the first four-year-old to succeed in 1961, while the oldest winners have been sixyear-olds Noalcoholic (1983) and Court Masterpiece (2006). Three fillies have won the 1,000 Guineas and Sussex Stakes in the same season - On The House (1982), Humble Duty (1970) and the great Petite Etoile, who, ridden by Lester Piggott, justified odds of 1-10 to beat five rivals in 1959. Trained by Sir Noel Murless for Prince Aly Khan, the grey Petite Etoile had also won the Free Handicap and Oaks before Goodwood and later captured the Yorkshire Oaks, Champion Stakes and the Coronation Cup twice. She won a total of 14 races ranging in distance from five furlongs to a mile and a half. Sayyedati, trained by Clive Brittain, won the Sussex Stakes in 1995, having landed the 1,000 Guineas two years earlier. Sonic Lady, second in the 1,000 Guineas, made amends in the 1986 Sussex Stakes, having already annexed the Irish 1,000 Guineas, and subsequently won the Prix du Moulin.


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Another superb filly, Marling, narrowly missed out in the 1992 1,000 Guineas but made no mistake in the Sussex Stakes later that summer. Lining up against the imposing figure of the previous year’s champion miler, Selkirk, the brilliant daughter of Marwell belied her slight frame and dug deep to repel her older rival at the end of one of the most thrilling duels a Goodwood crowd has ever witnessed. Most of the best milers of recent years have landed the Sussex Stakes and the roll of honour also includes such greats as Kris (1979), Chief Singer (1984), Soviet Star (1987), Warning (1988), Zilzal (1989) Giant’s Causeway (2000), Rock Of Gibraltar (2002), Canford Cliffs (2010) and Frankel (2011). Godolphin’s Aljabr put up a tremendous front-running display in 1999 that resulted in the grey colt lowering the course record, while 2000 saw the “Iron Horse” Giant’s Causeway collect the third of five consecutive Group One wins that season. Ramonti, a third winner for Godolphin following on from Noverre in 2001, won a thrilling renewal of the Sussex Stakes by a head from Excellent Art and gained four Group Ones in 2007 plus finishing a close second in another two. The 2008 winner Henrythenavigator was a third Sussex Stakes scorer for Ireland’s champion trainer Aidan O’Brien, following on from Rock Of Gibraltar (2002) and Giant’s Causeway (2000). The three-year-old replicated the feat of Rock Of Gibraltar in winning the 2,000 Guineas, St James’s Palace Stakes and Sussex Stakes in the same season. O’Brien was again on target in 2009 when Rip Van Winkle gained an impressive victory. Rip Van Winkle went on to take the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, also over a mile. The Galileo colt attempted a second victory in 2010 but was no match for the Richard Hannon-trained three-yearold Canford Cliffs. The Irish 2,000 Guineas and St James’s Palace Stakes winner unleashed a scintillating burst of speed to win by a cheeky neck under Richard Hughes.

Frankel, owned by Khalid Abdulla, trained by Sir Henry Cecil and ridden by Tom Queally, put up a brilliant performance. He made all to beat Canford Cliffs impressively by five lengths, confirming his position as a horse out of the ordinary. Frankel ended the year unbeaten and the best horse in the world on a rating of 136. He was the champion horse in the inaugural QIPCO British Champions Series. Sir Gordon Richards, with eight victories, has been the most successful jockey in the race’s history, enjoying his first win on Marconigram in 1928 and final one on Agitator in 1952. Piggott and Pat Eddery each triumphed on six occasions. Richards, who was knighted in 1953, made the Sussex Stakes almost his own from 1946 through to 1952, winning the mile contest five times in seven runnings. Eddery’s first victory came aboard Posse in 1980 and further success followed with King’s Lake (1981), Warning (1988), Marling (1992) and Distant View (1994). The jockey had already decided to retire from race riding at the end of the 2003 season when he went to post aboard 20-1 shot Reel Buddy for that season’s Sussex Stakes. The unheralded outsider, the longest-priced horse to win the Sussex Stakes since 1946, provided the fairytale ending to a phenomenal riding career, swooping from last to first under a vintage Eddery ride to score by a head. There have been 66 renewals since 1946 and 36 favourites have won, including the last four. The shortest-priced scorer was Petite Etoile at 1-10 in 1959. QIPCO, which also supports the QIPCO British Champions Series, sponsored the Sussex Stakes for the first time in 2011. It is offering increased prize money of £1 million in 2012 if both the globe’s best Frankel and Black Caviar, the Australian superstar sprinter who is the second-highest rated horse in the world, run in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes.

Canford Cliffs returned in 2011 for a race termed ‘The Duel on the Downs’ with the unbeaten three-year-old Frankel taking him (Europe’s best older miler) on.

QIPCO Sussex Stakes (Group One) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

FRANKEL CANFORD CLIFFS RIP VAN WINKLE HENRYTHENAVIGATOR RAMONTI COURT MASTERPIECE PROCLAMATION SOVIET SONG

3-8-13 3-8-13 3-8-13 3-8-13 5-9-07 6-9-07 3-8-13 4-9-04

t queally R HUGHES J MURTAGH J MURTAGH L DETTORI J FORTUNE M KINANE J MURTAGH

Sir H Cecil R HANNON A O’BRIEN (IRE) A O’BRIEN (IRE) S BIN SUROOR E DUNLOP J NOSEDA J FANSHAWE

5 NK 2½ HD HD 2 ½ NK

4 7 8 6 8 7 12 11

8-13F 4-6F 6-4F 4-11F 9-2 15-2 3-1 3-1


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QIPCO Sussex Stakes (Group One) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

REEL BUDDY ROCK OF GIBRALTAR NOVERRE GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ALJABR AMONG MEN ALI-ROYAL FIRST ISLAND SAYYEDATI DISTANT VIEW BIGSTONE MARLING SECOND SET DISTANT RELATIVE ZILZAL WARNING SOVIET STAR SONIC LADY ROUSILLON CHIEF SINGER NOALCOHOLIC ON THE HOUSE KING’S LAKE POSSE KRIS JAAZEIRO ARTAIUS WOLLOW BOLKONSKI ACE OF ACES THATCH SALLUST BRIGADIER GERARD HUMBLE DUTY JIMMY REPPIN PETINGO REFORM PAVEH CARLEMONT ROAN ROCKET QUEEN’S HUSSAR ROMULUS LE LEVANSTELL VENTURE VII PETITE ETOILE MAJOR PORTION QUORUM LUCERO MY KINGDOM LANDAU KING OF THE TUDORS AGITATOR LE SAGE PALESTINE KRAKATAO MY BABU COMBAT RADIOTHERAPY

5-9-07 3-8-13 3-9-00 3-9-00 3-8-13 4-9-07 4-9-07 4-9-07 5-9-04 3-8-13 3-8-13 3-8-10 3-8-13 4-9-07 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-07 4-9-07 3-8-10 6-9-07 3-8-07 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 4-9-07 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-07 3-8-04 4-9-04 3-8-04 3-8-03 3-8-03 3-8-03 3-8-05 3-8-03 3-8-04 4-8-10 3-8-04 3-9-04 3-9-07 3-9-01 3-9-01 3-8-09 3-9-01 3-8-10 3-9-01 3-9-03 3-9-08 3-9-01 3-9-08 3-9-03 3-9-03

PAT EDDERY M KINANE L DETTORI M KINANE L DETTORI M KINANE K FALLON M HILLS B DOYLE PAT EDDERY D BOEUF PAT EDDERY L DETTORI W CARSON W R SWINBURN PAT EDDERY G STARKEY W R SWINBURN G STARKEY R COCHRANE G DUFFIELD J REID PAT EDDERY PAT EDDERY J MERCER L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT G DETTORI G DETTORI J LINDLEY L PIGGOTT J MERCER J MERCER D KEITH G LEWIS L PIGGOTT A BREASLEY R HUTCHINSON R HUTCHINSON L PIGGOTT R HUTCHINSON W SWINBURN W WILLIAMSON G MOORE L PIGGOTT E SMITH A RUSSELL E MERCER D SMITH W SNAITH C SPARES G RICHARDS G RICHARDS C SMIRKE G RICHARDS C SMIRKE G RICHARDS G RICHARDS

R HANNON A O’BRIEN (IRE) S BIN SUROOR A O’BRIEN (IRE) S BIN SUROOR Sir M STOUTE H CECIL G WRAGG C BRITTAIN H CECIL E LELLOUCHE (FR) G WRAGG L CUMANI B HILLS M STOUTE G HARWOOD A FABRE (FR) M STOUTE G HARWOOD R SHEATHER G PRITCHARD-GORDON H WRAGG M V O’BRIEN (IRE) J DUNLOP H CECIL M V O’BRIEN (IRE) M V O’BRIEN (IRE) H CECIL H CECIL M ZILBER (FR) M V O’BRIEN (IRE) W HERN W HERN P WALWYN J SUTCLIFFE Jnr F ARMSTRONG SIR G RICHARDS T AINSWORTH (IRE) P PRENDERGAST (IRE) G TODD T CORBETT R F J HOUGHTON S McGRATH (IRE) A HEAD (FR) N MURLESS T LEADER W LYDE H WRAGG W NIGHTINGALL N MURLESS W STEPHENSON N MURLESS T CAREY M MARSH N MURLESS F ARMSTRONG F DARLING F TEMPLEMAN

HD 2 2 ¾ 1 1 ¾ 1 NK ½ 1½ HD 1½ ½ 3 1½ ½ 1½ 2½ ½ 2½ ½ HD HD 5 2 1½ 1 NK 2 3 HD 5 ¾ 3 4 1½ SH 3 ½ HD 4 NK ½ ½ 1 ½ 1½ NK 5 5 4 ½ 1½ 6 1 1½ ½

9 5 10 10 8 10 9 10 6 9 10 8 8 7 8 9 7 5 10 5 11 13 9 9 7 6 11 9 9 10 7 3 5 5 5 6 10 7 11 8 10 8 11 6 6 5 4 6 5 4 4 5 7 4 2 2 2 6

20-1 8-13F 9-2 3-1JF 11-10F 4-1 13-2 5-1 11-2 4-1 14-1 11-10F 5-1 4-1 5-2 11-10F 3-1 5-6F 2-1JF 4-7F 18-1 14-1 5-2 8-13F 4-5F 8-13F 6-4F 10-11F 1-2F 8-1 4-5F 9-2 4-6F 11-8F 7-4F 6-4F EvsF 5-1 7-2 4-6F 25-1 9-1 100-7 13-8F 1-10F 8-11F 10-11F 8-1 13-2 6-4F 11-10F 8-15F 6-4F 1-2F 2-11F 1-3F 13-8 7-4


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ubs HANDICAP £40,000, Wednesday, august 1, 2012 Three-year-olds only. One mile & four furlongs. First run 1990. (Note: for three-year-olds and up 1990-92).

This valuable handicap has been won by some high-class individuals but pre-eminent among them is the brilliant Pilsudski, victorious in 1995 for Sir Michael Stoute. The colt progressed into a superstar over the next two seasons as he triumphed in premier Group One races such as the Breeders’ Cup Turf, Japan Cup, Eclipse Stakes and both the English and Irish Champion Stakes. This middle distance handicap has also gone the way of Spinning and Midnight Legend, both better than handicappers, while the enigmatic Maylane went on to take the Group Three September Stakes at Epsom. Midnight Legend’s trainer Luca Cumani won four of the first seven runnings of this race, while Pilsudski’s handler, Sir Michael Stoute, has enjoyed five victories, the most recent being Verdant in 2010. The 2003 winner, No Refuge, subsequently made his mark over hurdles with a Grade One victory at the 2005 Cheltenham Festival. Goodwood celebrated in 2008 with one of its greatest friends when renaming the race the Sir Peter O’Sullevan ‘The Voice of Racing’ 90th Birthday Handicap. USB sponsors this year. Only four market leaders have been successful in the 22 runnings, the latest being Mary Stuart at 9-4 back in 1999. ubS Handicap Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

WHIPLASH WILLIE VERDANT CLASSIC VINTAGE LOVE GALORE REGAL FLUSH STRATEGIC MOUNT FOXHAVEN CUTTING CREW NO REFUGE DAWN INVASION OVAMBO BLUE GOLD MARY STUART MUHIB MAYLANE FREEQUENT PILSUDSKI MIDNIGHT LEGEND DANA SPRINGS SPINNING TIDEMARK BLACK MONDAY

8-12 9-07 8-13 9-01 8-11 8-06 9-03 8-08 8-09 9-07 8-11 9-01 8-09 9-01 9-04 8-09 8-12 9-07 8-11 5-9-10 4-8-08 4-8-07

D PROBERT R MOORE J CROWLEY J MURTAGH R MOORE E AHERN S SANDERS D HOLLAND S SANDERS R HUGHES S SANDERS J REID G STEVENS R HILLS M ROBERTS PAT EDDERY W R SWINBURN J WEAVER L DETTORI R COCHRANE L DETTORI L DETTORI

A BALDING SIR M STOUTE MRS A PERRETT M JOHNSTON SIR M STOUTE P COLE P CHAMINGS P HARRIS SIR M PRESCOTT MRS A PERRETT P MAKIN R HANNON SIR M STOUTE SIR M STOUTE A STEWART L CUMANI M STOUTE L CUMANI R HANNON I BALDING L CUMANI L CUMANI

HD SH 2½ 1¼ ¾ 1¾ 2½ ¾ 1¾ NK 1 HD HD ¾ ½ ¾ NK 3 NK ½ 1 1½

11 16 14 13 16 15 14 16 15 16 12 10 11 15 15 12 15 17 16 16 11 12

7-1 5-1 11-1 8-1 14-1 6-1 20-1 12-1 7-1 12-1 9-1 14-1 9-4F 10-1 13-2 9-1 11-2 9-2F 10-1 14-1 100-30F 4-1F


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betfred the bonus king HANDICAP £45,000, Thursday, august 2, 2012 Three-year-olds only. One mile, one furlong & 192 yards. First run 1962.

As with several of the very competitive handicaps at Glorious Goodwood, winners of this race often go on to make their mark in Pattern races.

The 2007 winner Pipedreamer also made the frame in a Group One before winning Group Two contests in both 2008 and 2009.

The 1987 victor, Broken Hearted, added the then Group Two Lockinge Stakes at Newbury the following spring before finishing a close second to the brilliant Mtoto in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Indian Days scored for James Given in 2008 and won a Turkish Group Two in 2010 as well as the Group Three John Porter Stakes in 2011.

Macaw’s victory in 2002 prompted a transatlantic sale and the gelding twice finished runner-up in the highest class before winning a Grade Three at Keeneland. Tiber (2003) and Art Trader (2004) both continued their careers with Group Three victories in Hong Kong. The William Muir-trained Enforcer (2005) was another to clinch Group Three success and he also reached the frame in three Group One races during 2006.

Luca Cumani used to have the best record of any trainer, with four victories including three in successive years, 1984 to 1986 inclusive, but was joined on that number by Mark Johnston in 2009, while Beachfire scored to in 2010 to give John Gosden a third success. Only 16 out of 50 favourites have won. Betfred sponsored the race for the first time in 2011.

Betfred The Bonus King Handicap Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

LABARINTO BEACHFIRE ROMAN REPUBLIC INDIAN DAYS PIPEDREAMER ROAD TO LOVE ENFORCER ART TRADER TIBER MACAW ASKHAM HAPPY DIAMOND AZOUZ PASHA GYPSY PASSION FUTURE PERFECT FAHIM JALFREZI FRUSTRATION WESTERN CAPE PARTY CITED GREEN DANUBE KAWTUBAN BIENNIAL KAZAVIYNA BROKEN HEARTED CHINOISERIE FISH ‘N’ CHIPS FREE GUEST MILLFONTAINE BUSACO

9-00 8-09 9-00 8-06 8-04 9-03 8-09 8-10 8-12 9-08 8-10 9-06 8-09 8-10 8-09 8-13 7-10 8-06 8-12 9-04 8-02 9-02 9-02 7-10 9-03 8-11 8-03 8-06 8-13 9-01

R MOORE W BUICK N CALLAN A MUNRO M DWYER R HILLS M DWYER J MURTAGH J FORTUNE J EGAN J SPENCER J REID K FALLON O PESLIER C RUTTER R HILLS S SANDERS D HARRISON PAT EDDERY J WILLIAMS A MUNRO W CARSON PAT EDDERY G CARTER T QUINN T IVES PAT EDDERY D McHARGUE G STARKEY W CARSON

SIR M STOUTE J GOSDEN M JOHNSTON J GIVEN J GOSDEN M JOHNSTON W MUIR MRS A PERRETT J GOSDEN J GOLDIE L CUMANI M JOHNSTON H CECIL M JOHNSTON P COLE A STEWART J TOLLER LADY HERRIES R CHARLTON D ELSWORTH LORD HUNTINGDON R CHARLTON G HARWOOD M STOUTE P COLE L CUMANI L CUMANI L CUMANI G HARWOOD W HERN

¾ HD ¾ NK 1½ 5 ½ 1¼ ½ ¾ 3 1¼ 1¼ NK 1½ ¾ ½ 1½ NK HD 3½ HD 1 ¾ 7 ½ 2 5 1½ NK

15 15 16 15 17 16 11 16 17 12 11 11 17 10 18 14 14 10 18 18 16 8 8 14 13 13 13 15 12 10

4-1F 9-1 9-2 5-1 11-2F 11-4F 6-1 7-2F 7-2F 7-1 11-4 F 15-2 9-1 6-1 25-1 5-2F 6-1 5-1 14-1 12-1 25-1 7-1 2-1F 16-1 7-2 14-1 9-4F 4-1F 6-1 7-1


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Betfred The Bonus King Handicap Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1981 1980 *1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962

INDIAN TRAIL KARAMITA LINDORO CRIMSON BEAU AD LIB RA IL PADRONE DUBOFF TAKE A REEF CUPID WARPATH SPOILED LAD SOL’ ARGENT IRISH MAILL II PRINCIPAL BOY SUCARYL LE CORDONNIER SUPER SAM FRENCH POSSESSION FRAXINUS TAMERLO

8-03 7-07 9-00 8-02 9-00 8-01 8-00 9-11 7-07 8-04 9-03 7-07 8-00 8-01 8-08 9-02 7-09 7-09 7-07 9-00

S CAUTHEN P ROBINSON W CARSON G BAXTER L PIGGOTT R FOX W CARSON J GORTON D CULLEN A RUSSELL B TAYLOR D CULLEN E ELDIN E ELDIN G MOORE G LEWIS P ROBINSON D SMITH D YATES A BREASLEY

B HILLS M STOUTE W HERN P COLE R F J HOUGHTON J SUTCLIFFE Jnr B HILLS B HOBBS W HERN S HALL B VAN CUTSEM T GOSLING J WAUGH J CLAYTON N MURLESS S INGHAM J F WATTS G BROOKE W WIGHTMAN G RICHARDS

HD 6 * HD 1½ HD 2½ ½ ½ ½ NK ½ ½ SH 1½ ½ 7 3 NK 1½

9 10 9 7 14 13 12 19 12 15 8 13 8 12 12 19 16 19 21 26

3-1F 5-1 6-4F 4-1 4-1F 14-1 7-1 13-1 10-1 11-1 7-2F 20-1 7-1 4-1F 5-6F 100-7 5-1 20-1 25-1 100-7

*Lindoro was beaten ¾l by Red Rufus, but the latter was disqualified and placed last after a stewards’ enquiry.


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AUDI RICHMOND STAKES (GROUP TWO) £70,000, Thursday, august 2, 2012 Two-year-old colts & geldings. Six furlongs. First run 1877.

The sixth Duke of Richmond gave his family name to this race in the days when future Classic winners were more precocious than they are now. A horse named Duke Of Richmond won the Richmond Stakes in 1883.

Hannon and Hughes, triumphant in 2008 with Prolific, reeled off a hat-trick as Libranno gained the spoils as 5-4 favourite in 2010 and managed a four-timer the following year with Evens favourite Harbour Watch.

Plenty of future stars have won this prestigious contest such as the St Leger and Ascot Gold Cup hero Bayardo (1908), as well as Derby winners Persimmon (1895), Pommern (1914) and the Aga Khan’s 1935 victor, the subsequent Triple Crown winner Mahmoud. Palestine triumphed in 1949 and progressed to take the 2,000 Guineas and Sussex Stakes in 1950.

Hannon, who also sent out the winner in 1992 with Son Pardo, is the most successful trainer of the Audi Richmond Stakes with five victories.

Nowadays, precocious types and future sprinters tend to win the Richmond Stakes and the sharp Goodwood track puts the emphasis on speed, although the Richmond Stakes still produces plenty of good horses and Classic winners.

Audi, a long-time sponsor at Goodwood, takes over backing the Richmond Stakes for the first time in 2012.

Lester Piggott rode six winners of the race during his illustrious career, while 31 of the 66 market leaders since 1946 have come home in front.

Warning took the spoils in 1987 and progressed the following season to take the Group One Sussex Stakes back at Goodwood and the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot Bachir was successful in 1999 and he went on to win both the French and Irish 2,000 Guineas for Godolphin the following year. The 2000 winner, Endless Summer, was disqualified when it came to light that he was actually a three-year-old, having been foaled on December 26, 1997, and not January 2, 1998, as registered. Dick Turpin was a top-class winner for trainer Richard Hannon and jockey Richard Hughes in 2009. He took the Group One Prix Jean Prat as a three-year-old. Audi Richmond Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 *2002 2001 **2000 1999 1998

HARBOUR WATCH LIBRANNO DICK TURPIN PROLIFIC STRIKE THE DEAL HAMOODY ALWAYS HOPEFUL MONTGOMERY’S ARCH CARRIZO CREEK REVENUE MISTER COSMI PYRUS BACHIR MUQTARIB

9-00 9-03 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

R HUGHES R HUGHES R HUGHES R HUGHES E AHERN A MUNRO G GIBBONS J FORTUNE K FALLON D HOLLAND K DARLEY M KINANE L DETTORI R HILLS

R HANNON R HANNON R HANNON R HANNON J NOSEDA P CHAPPLE-HYAM E O’NEILL P CHAPPLE-HYAM B MEEHAN M BELL M JOHNSTON A O’BRIEN (IRE) J GOSDEN J DUNLOP

2¼ 1¼ 3 NK 1¼ HD 2½ NK ½ * 1 ** 1½ 2

10 6 9 12 9 7 6 8 8 9 8 8 7 4

EvensF 5-4F 6-5F 5-1 7-1 5-6F 12-1 13-2 5-1 12-1 7-1 11-4 11-8F 9-2


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Audi Richmond Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 ***1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949

DAGGERS DRAWN EASYCALL POLARIS FLIGHT SRI PEKAN FIRST TRUMP SON PARDO DILUM MAC’S IMP CONTRACT LAW HEART OF ARABIA WARNING RICH CHARLIE NOMINATION PRIMO DOMINIE GODSTONE GALLANT SPECIAL TENDER KING ANOTHER REALM CASTLE GREEN YOUNG GENERATION PERSIAN BOLD JO TOBIN STAND TO REASON LEGAL EAGLE DRAGONARA PALACE MASTER SING SALLUST SWING EASY VILLAGE BOY TUDOR MUSIC BERBER HAMBLEDON SKY GIPSY RAGTIME GENTLE ART ROMANTIC SOVEREIGN LORD TYPHOON DOLLAR PIECE HIEROGLYPH PROMULGATION RED GOD RATIFICATION EUBULIDES THE PIE KING ARTANE GAY TIME GREY SOVEREIGN PALESTINE

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 9-00 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 9-00 8-11 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 8-07 8-07 9-00 9-00

K FALLON B DOYLE J REID T QUINN M HILLS J REID A MUNRO A MUNRO B RAYMOND R COCHRANE PAT EDDERY J REID T QUINN J REID G SEXTON L PIGGOTT P WALDRON J MERCER P COOK G STARKEY L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT W CARSON G BAXTER L PIGGOTT J MERCER J MERCER L PIGGOTT W WILLIAMSON F DURR A BREASLEY A BREASLEY R HUTCHINSON R HUTCHINSON R HUTCHINSON L PIGGOTT G LEWIS R HUTCHINSON J MERCER W CARR E SMITH W CARR W RICKABY E BRITT G RICHARDS G RICHARDS A BREASLEY W CARR G RICHARDS

H CECIL B MEEHAN P CHAPPLE-HYAM P COLE G WRAGG R HANNON P COLE W O’GORMAN W JARVIS C BRITTAIN G HARWOOD C NELSON P COLE B SWIFT P HASLAM R ARMSTRONG J SUTCLIFFE Jnr F DURR M STOUTE G HARWOOD A INGHAM N MURLESS B HILLS W MARSHALL B HILLS D CANDY W HERN J TREE G TODD M JARVIS G RICHARDS T CORBETT G SMYTH G SMYTH J JARVIS N MURLESS G SMYTH P PRENDERGAST (IRE) H COTTRILL C BOYD-ROCHFORT T LEADER C BOYD-ROCHFORT V SMYTH C ELSEY P PRENDERGAST (IRE) P PRENDERGAST (IRE) N CANNON G BEEBY F BUTTERS

1½ 3 NK ¾ ½ 1 3½ 1 2½ 1½ 1½ HD 2½ NK *** 2 NK HD NK 3 1½ 1½ 1½ NK ½ 1½ ½ ½ NK 2½ 1½ 2½ SH ½ ½ 1 HD 1½ ½ ½ 2 ½ 2 SH 2 ½ ½ NK 4

6 7 6 6 5 6 4 7 5 6 7 8 10 6 9 4 7 10 5 5 5 5 9 6 7 7 10 5 5 3 3 7 3 3 5 5 7 5 4 7 7 5 4 7 6 5 4 7 3

8-13F 7-2 9-4 9-4 100-30 7-1 2-7F 2-1F 9-2 11-1 4-11F 11-4JF 8-1 10-11F 14-1 4-6F 11-4 16-1 20-1 12-1 4-6F 8-11F 12-1 4-1 4-9F 13-8F 2-1F 4-5F 9-2 5-1 8-11F 2-1F 3-1 13-8 8-11F 8-11F 8-1 4-11F 100-6 9-4 11-8F 7-2 11-8F 6-5F 8-13F 13-8 100-7 5-2 6-100F

1948 1947 1946

STAR KING BIRTHDAY GREETINGS PETITION

9-00 8-07 9-00

S WRAGG J SIMPSON H WRAGG

J WAUGH H JELLISS F BUTTERS

1 2 3

10 10 4

8-11F 11-10F 1-5F

* Elusive City, who beat Revenue three lengths, was subsequently disqualified after the discovery of a prohibited substance in a post-race test. ** Endless Summer won by a length from Pyrus but was disqualified in 2005 after his original foaling date was found to be false. *** Godstone finished third to Vacarme, beaten one and three quarter lengths, but the latter was disqualified and placed last after a stewards’ enquiry, while an objection by Godstone’s jockey to runner-up Creag-an-Sgor was sustained.


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ARTEMIS GOODWOOD CUP (GROUP TWO) (British Champions Series) £100,000, Thursday, august 2, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. Two miles. First run 1812 (Note: Group Two up to 1985; Group Three 1986-94; Group Two from 1995: race distance 3m 1812-16; no race 1815 and 1817 to 1824; 2m 1825-1832; 2m 5f 1833-1989; 2m 4f in 1990; 2m thereafter).

One of the oldest events in the Flat calendar, the Goodwood Cup was established in 1812 as a three-mile race. This year sees the 200th anniversary of the Goodwood Cup. The distance soon dropped back to two miles and five furlongs, while in 1990 it was reduced to two and a half miles due to the repositioning of the winning post. Following the Jockey Club’s review of staying races, the distance was further reduced to two miles in 1991 and remains at that trip. King George IV was successful with Fleur De Lis in 1829 but, when the horse returned 12 months later to win again, the monarch had passed away (June 26, 1830) and the owner was his brother, King William IV, who also had second and third, Zinganee and The Colonel. Fleur de Lis tried for three in a row in 1831 but she was beaten by Priam, who became the first Derby winner (1830) to win the Goodwood Cup. Priam, one of the best horses to race in the 19th century, took the Cup again in 1832. There was plenty of interest in the race from France and Beggarman (1840), Jouvence (1853), Monarque (1857) and Flageolet (1973) all represented French interests, while Starke (1861) originated in America.

The race was downgraded to Group Three from Group Two status for the 1986 running, despite the Ascot Gold Cup/ Goodwood Cup double having been achieved five times from 1979 to 1984.

Other great winners in the 19th century were the supremely tough and talented filly Virago (1854) and the unbeaten St Simon (1884).

In 1995, it deservedly regained Group Two status. That same year, the race was won by the remarkable Double Trigger, who went on to complete the stayers’ Triple Crown in the Doncaster Cup, having already taken the Ascot Gold Cup.

Also on the roll of honour is the great Hungarian-bred mare, Kincsem, successful in 1878 on her sole start in Britain. Kincsem was the outsider of three runners but she never appeared in danger of giving up an unbeaten run which stretched to 54 races on her retirement. She also won races in Austria, France and Germany as well as in Hungary. Brown Jack, so good at Ascot, got on the Goodwood Cup roll of honour in 1930, while excellent performers such as Alycidon (1949), the French-trained Pan (1951), Souepi (1953), Zarathustra (1956), Gladness (1958), Trelawney (1963), Rock Roi (1971) and Erimo Hawk (1972) all succeeded. More recently, such champion stayers as Le Moss (1979 & 80), Ardross (1981), Double Trigger (1995/97/98), Kayf Tara (1999) and Yeats (2006 & 08) have triumphed.

He was the latest of five horses to succeed in all three races of the stayers’ Triple Crown. The other horses to achieve the feat were Isonomy (1879), Alycidon (1949), Souepi (1953), Le Moss (1979 & 80), and Longboat (1986). The Goodwood Cup is sandwiched between the Gold Cup over two and a half miles at Ascot in June and the Doncaster Cup over two and a quarter miles in September. Double Trigger returned for a second Goodwood Cup victory in 1997 and created history with his third success in 1998, becoming the only three-time winner of the race to great celebration. His trainer, Mark Johnston, also captured the race in 2000 with Ascot Gold Cup winner Royal Rebel, who came second in 2004 to stable companion Darasim.


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Kayf Tara, the 1998 and 2000 Ascot Gold Cup winner, put up a dazzling display in 1999 to give Frankie Dettori his first success in the Goodwood race. Persian Punch, one of the most popular stayers of recent times, proved too good for his 11 rivals in 2001 and returned to claim victory again in the 2003 renewal, beating 2002 winner Jardines Lookout, who had been a rare three-yearold scorer, when rallying to get up by a short-head. Aged 10, that victory, which sent the large crowd into raptures, saw the front-running Persian Punch become the oldest horse ever to win the Goodwood Cup. The wonderful campaigner, so game in his races, ran six times in total in the Goodwood Cup. He was also third, fifth twice and last. His ashes were scattered near the winning post at Goodwood soon after his demise in 2004. Yeats was without doubt one of the greatest stayers of the modern era with an unprecedented four Ascot Gold Cup triumphs to his name and the Aidan O’Brien-trained champion was imperious in winning a second Goodwood Cup in 2008, having first triumphed in 2006. The filly Allegretto was successful from 14 rivals in 2007 and she ended that year by winning a Group One event in France, while Schiaparelli, owned like Kayf Tara by Godolphin, stepped up to two miles for the first time at Goodwood in 2009 after taking four Group Ones at 12 furlongs, won well and subsequently captured another Group One. Goodwood specialist Illustrious Blue took the 2010 renewal for local trainer William Knight, who is based at Angmering

Park near Arundel. The seven-year-old had scored at Goodwood six times previously, from seven to 12 furlongs. Godolphin enjoyed a third Goodwood Cup victory in 2011 with the Mahmood Al Zarooni-trained Opinion Poll, one of the top stayers of the year, who also triumphed in York’s Lonsdale Cup and was second in the Gold Cup at Ascot, the Doncaster Cup and the QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup. Lester Piggott (Gladness (1958), Exar (1960), Proverb (1974), Girandole (1975), Ardross (1981)) and Pat Eddery (Erimo Hawk (1972), Valuable Witness (1985), Mazzacano (1989), Sonus (1993), Grey Shot (1996)) both partnered five winners of the Goodwood Cup, while more recently Mick Kinane enjoyed four successes. In earlier times, Jem Robinson, George Fordham and Steve Donoghue also achieved five Goodwood Cup triumphs. The most successful trainer since 1946 was Cecil BoydRochfort with six victories, while Barry Hills and Mark Johnston have five wins each. John Scott’s record of saddling the winner seven times came through Hornsea (1836), Carew (1837), Charles the Twelfth (1841 & 1842), Canezou (1849 & 1850) and Sweetsauce (1860). The age of the winners since 1946 has been: 3yo - 7; 4yo - 27; 5yo - 17; 6yo - 8; 7yo - 4; 8yo - 1; 9yo - 1; 10yo - 1, while 34 out of the 66 winners started favourite. Artemis first sponsored the Goodwood Cup in 2010.

Artemis Goodwood Cup (Group Two) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

OPINION POLL ILLUSTRIOUS BLUE SCHIAPARELLI YEATS ALLEGRETTO YEATS DISTINCTION DARASIM PERSIAN PUNCH JARDINES LOOKOUT PERSIAN PUNCH ROYAL REBEL KAYF TARA DOUBLE TRIGGER DOUBLE TRIGGER GREY SHOT DOUBLE TRIGGER TIOMAN ISLAND SONUS FURTHER FLIGHT FURTHER FLIGHT LUCKY MOON MAZZACANO

5-9-07 7-9-07 6-9-07 7-9-12 4-9-05 5-9-10 6-9-05 6-9-04 10-9-04 3-8-07 8-9-05 4-9-02 5-9-07 7-9-05 6-9-00 4-9-00 4-9-05 4-9-05 4-9-03 6-9-05 5-9-00 3-7-10 4-9-00

L DETTORI J CROWLEY L DETTORI J MURTAGH R MOORE M KINANE M KINANE J FANNING M DWYER M KINANE T QUINN M KINANE L DETTORI D HOLLAND M ROBERTS PAT EDDERY J WEAVER T QUINN PAT EDDERY M HILLS M HILLS W CARSON PAT EDDERY

M AL ZAROONI W KNIGHT S BIN SUROOR A O’BRIEN (IRE) SIR M STOUTE A O’BRIEN (IRE) SIR M STOUTE M JOHNSTON D ELSWORTH A JARVIS D ELSWORTH M JOHNSTON S BIN SUROOR M JOHNSTON M JOHNSTON I BALDING M JOHNSTON P COLE J GOSDEN B HILLS B HILLS J DUNLOP G HARWOOD

HD 1¼ 1 7 ½ 5 ½ 2½ SH SH 1½ ½ 4 ¾ 1½ HD NK ¾ 1 SH 1 2½ NK

15 10 10 8 15 15 10 9 9 9 12 8 7 9 10 7 9 15 9 11 10 6 5

9-2F 8-1 6-4F 8-15F 8-1 10-11F 11-4F 11-8F 7-2 10-1 6-1 10-1 9-4JF 11-2 16-1 3-1 2-1F 10-1 4-1 7-1 9-2 11-8F 15-2


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Artemis Goodwood Cup (Group Two) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

SADEEM SERGEYEVICH LONGBOAT VALUABLE WITNESS GILDORAN LITTLE WOLF HEIGHLIN ARDROSS LE MOSS LE MOSS TUG OF WAR GREY BARON MR BIGMORE GIRANDOLE PROVERB PROVERB ERIMO HAWK ROCK ROI PARTHENON RICHMOND FAIR OVALTINE WREKIN RAMBLER GAULOIS APPRENTICE RAISE YOU TEN TRELAWNY SAGACITY PREDOMINATE EXAR DICKENS GLADNESS TENTERHOOKS ZARATHUSTRA DOUBLE BORE BLARNEY STONE SOUEPI MEDWAY PAN II VAL DRAKE ALYCIDON TENERANI MONSIEUR L’AMIRAL MARSYAS II

5-9-07 3-7-10 5-9-07 5-9-00 4-9-07 5-9-07 6-9-00 5-9-07 5-9-07 4-9-07 5-9-00 4-9-03 4-9-00 4-9-00 4-9-00 3-7-10 4-9-00 4-9-00 4-9-00 5-9-00 4-9-00 4-9-00 3-7-10 5-9-00 4-9-00 7-9-00 4-9-00 9-9-00 4-9-00 3-7-10 5-8-11 3-7-10 5-9-00 4-9-00 5-9-00 5-9-00 4-8-12 4-8-12 4-8-12 4-8-12 4-8-12 6-9-02 6-9-11

G STARKEY W CARSON W CARSON PAT EDDERY S CAUTHEN W CARSON S CAUTHEN L PIGGOTT J MERCER J MERCER B ROUSE G LEWIS G STARKEY L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT E JOHNSON PAT EDDERY D KEITH G STARKEY J GORTON B TAYLOR A BREASLEY R HUTCHINSON S CLAYTON S CLAYTON A BREASLEY W CARR E SMITH L PIGGOTT D SMITH L PIGGOTT E BRITT W CARR T GOSLING W RICKABY C ELLIOTT D SMITH R POINCELET R POINCELET D SMITH E CAMICI C SMIRKE C ELLIOTT

G HARWOOD J DUNLOP W HERN J TREE B HILLS W HERN D ELSWORTH H CECIL H CECIL H CECIL D WHELAN B HOBBS P ROBINSON M STOUTE B HILLS B HILLS G BARLING P WALWYN H CECIL B HOBBS J F WATTS SIR G RICHARDS C BOYD-ROCHFORT C BOYD-ROCHFORT C BOYD-ROCHFORT G TODD C BOYD-ROCHFORT T LEADER N MURLESS C BOYD-ROCHFORT M V O’BRIEN (IRE) C ELSEY C BOYD-ROCHFORT J TREE V SMYTH G DIGBY F N WINTER E POLLET (FR) R CARVER (FR) W EARL N BERTIE E CHARLIER (FR) C H SEMBLAT (FR)

1 ¾ 10 5 8 ½ ½ 1 NK 7 ¾ 1½ 1 2 3 ½ ½ 4 2 2 2½ 1½ 3 2½ ¾ 6 2 SH 2 ¾ 1½ ½ ½ 1½ 15 SH 1 8 2 2 1½ 1 3

6 5 5 7 4 7 8 6 5 5 5 8 6 8 4 4 4 5 5 3 7 5 7 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 4 8 5 8 4 4 4 5 4 4 4

4-6F EvsF 1-3F 11-10F 9-4 4-9F 8-1 2-9F 4-7F 1-2F 20-1 11-4 3-1 7-2 4-5F 6-4JF 10-11F 4-6F 3-1 5-4 5-2F 2-1F 15-2 8-1 EvsF 8-13F 5-1 11-4 4-9F 9-4 1-2F 2-1F 10-11F 9-1 13-2 2-1F 5-1 5-6F 4-1 30-100F 100-3 1-2F 1-3F


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BLACKROCK FILLIES’ STAKES (GROUP THREE) £55,000, Thursday, august 2, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. One mile & six furlongs. Fillies & mares. First run 2003. (Note: Listed in 2003; Group Three from 2004)

This race was introduced to the Goodwood programme in 2003 as the Gladness Stakes, a Listed contest named after the 1958 Goodwood Cup winner, and the Rae Guest-trained Moments Of Joy won from nine rivals by coming from last to first. The three-year-old filly ran well in the final Classic, the St Leger at Doncaster, finishing fifth. The following year the 14-furlong contest was upgraded to Group Three status and called the Lillie Langtry Stakes after the famous actress and mistress of the future Edward VII. Astrocharm beat Pongee who went on to run second in the Group One Yorkshire Oaks. Tartouche, trained near Arundel by Lady Herries, won by a length in 2005 and followed up in 2006 in a tighter finish, prevailing by neck. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Hi Calypso came from last to first as she gained victory in 2007, before beating All My Loving in the Group Two Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster. Gravitation and Folk Opera provided a treat in 2008 as they duelled to the line from fully two furlongs out. The William Jarvis-trained Gravitation, ridden by Alan Munro, nailed her rival in the final stride to clinch a hard-fought success. The runner-up subsequently triumphed in the Grade One E P Taylor Stakes at Woodbine, Canada. Sevenna, with Tom Queally up, came good in 2009 for Newmarket trainer Sir Henry Cecil, while the Mark Johnston-trained Eastern Aria triumphed in 2010 and went on to add Doncaster’s Group Two Park Hill Stakes to her list of successes. Meeznah, ridden by Frankie Dettori, came good for trainer David Lanigan in 2011 and also added the Park Hill Stakes to her CV. Only one favourite in the nine runnings has succeeded, while Seb Sanders has partnered the winner on three occasions. Blackrock Fillies’ Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

MEEZNAH EASTERN ARIA SEVENNA GRAVITATION HI CALYPSO TARTOUCHE TARTOUCHE ASTROCHARM MOMENTS OF JOY

4-9-06 4-9-06 4-9-06 3-8-06 3-8-06 5-9-07 4-9-07 5-9-06 3-8-06

L DETTORI R HILLS T QUEALLY A MUNRO R MOORE S SANDERS S SANDERS N CALLAN S SANDERS

J D LANIGAN M JOHNSTON H CECIL W JARVIS SIR M STOUTE LADY HERRIES LADY HERRIES M TOMPKINS R GUEST

2½ 2¾ 1½ SH ½ NK 1 ¾ ¾

10 13 9 7 8 10 8 7 10

6-1 16-1 12-1 9-2 3-1JF 7-2 7-2 12-1 15-2


36 | Glorious Goodwood

COUTTS GLORIOUS STAKES (GROUP THREE) £55,000, Friday, august 3, 2012 Four-year-olds & upwards. One mile & four furlongs. First run 1979. (Note: elevated to Listed status 1985; became Listed limited handicap for older horses 1993; awarded Group Three status in 2008).

Staged up until 1989 as the Alycidon Glorious Stakes, in honour of the Goodwood Cup hero of 1949 and stayers’ Triple Crown winner, the Glorious Stakes has been sponsored by Coutts since 2006. The conditions of the race were changed in 1993 and it became a limited handicap (weights 8st 7lb to 9st 7lb with a rating band of 0-105) for older horses. The contest immediately attracted a double-figure field of runners for the first time. The rating band became 0-110 from 1994 and in 2008 it stopped being a handicap when granted Group Three status. The Mark Johnston-trained Darasim loved to race at Goodwood and won three times at Glorious Goodwood. After winning this race in 2002 and a handicap in 2003, he gained his biggest triumph in the Goodwood Cup of 2004. Mamool enjoyed Group One success prior to winning this race in 2006, while the 2007 winner Purple Moon went agonisingly close as runner-up in the 2007 Melbourne Cup and 2008 Hong Kong Vase.

Alkaased (2004) was one of the best winners of the Coutts Glorious Stakes, afterwards going on to capture the Group One Grand Prix de Saint Cloud and the Japan Cup in 2005. The 2008 victor Sixties Icon, successful in the St Leger two years previously, obviously had a liking for Goodwood as that was his third course victory. Illustrious Blue is another horse who clearly appreciated Goodwood as the 2009 Coutts Glorious Stakes was his sixth success at the course. The locally-trained horse subsequently made it seven when winning the 2010 Artemis Goodwood Cup. Redwood won well in 2010 and progressed to success in a Canadian Group One race. Luca Cumani has trained six winners, including Purple Moon, Alkaased and last year’s scorer Drunken Sailor who prevailed in a three-way photo under Kieren Fallon. Willie Carson gained four successes in the saddle. It is a poor race for favourites, with only 12 of 33 being successful.

Coutts Glorious Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

DRUNKEN SAILOR REDWOOD ILLUSTRIOUS BLUE SIXTIES ICON PURPLE MOON CROSSPEACE MAMOOL ALKAASED RESEARCHED DARASIM

6-9-00 4-9-00 6-9-00 5-9-00 4-9-01 4-9-04 6-9-04 4-8-12 4-9-01 4-9-00

K FALLON M HILLS J CROWLEY J MURTAGH J SPENCER R FFRENCH K MCEVOY J FORTUNE K FALLON K DARLEY

L CUMANI B HILLS W KNIGHT J NOSEDA L CUMANI M JOHNSTON S BIN SUROOR L CUMANI SIR M STOUTE M JOHNSTON

HD 1½ NK 1 2½ NK NK NK 2 1½

10 8 9 12 12 8 8 9 13 5

9-2 7-1 9-1 100-30F 11-2 100-30 9-4F 11-4F 8-1 5-2F

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

COMPTON BOLTER MURGHEM DANISH RHAPSODY SABADILLA BAHAMIAN SUNSHINE SALMON LADDER MIDNIGHT LEGEND DUKE OF EUROLINK USAIDIT SPINNING FLY AWAY SOON HAJADE KNOOSH MAKSUD KNOCKANDO

4-9-07 5-9-07 6-9-07 4-9-07 6-8-07 4-9-05 4-9-07 5-8-08 4-8-07 5-9-02 3-8-03 3-8-06 3-8-05 3-8-02 3-8-05

K DARLEY D HOLLAND G STEVENS L DETTORI J WEAVER T QUINN L DETTORI PAT EDDERY J REID R COCHRANE T QUINN L DETTORI PAT EDDERY M ROBERTS R COCHRANE

G BUTLER M JOHNSTON LADY HERRIES J GOSDEN R AKEHURST P COLE L CUMANI J DUNLOP T MILLS I BALDING P COLE L CUMANI M STOUTE R ARMSTRONG L CUMANI

NK ½ 1½ ½ 3½ 1¼ 1½ ¾ 1 1½ ¾ 2½ 2½ 1½ 3

12 7 8 9 7 9 7 8 12 6 5 4 3 4 9

12-1 5-2F 9-1 7-2 20-1 7-2F 7-2 7-2 7-1 7-2 8-1 6-4 6-4F 6-1 4-1


37 | Glorious Goodwood

Coutts Glorious Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

NISNAS SHERNAZAR LONGBOAT SEYMOUR HICKS CAPSTAN CAPSTAN WATER MILL BOHEMIAN GROVE

3-8-02 4-9-01 3-8-02 3-8-05 4-9-01 3-7-11 3-8-02 3-8-03

T QUINN W R SWINBURN B ROUSE W CARSON W CARSON W CARSON W CARSON A MURRAY

P COLE M STOUTE W HERN J DUNLOP W HERN W HERN W HERN A MAXWELL (IRE)

1½ 1½ 2½ 1½ 12 ¾ 4 4

8 9 6 7 4 5 7 5

EvsF 10-1 10-1 7-4F 4-7F 5-4 11-10F 4-6F


38 | Glorious Goodwood

RSA THOROUGHBRED STAKES (GROUP THREE) £55,000, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012 Three-year-olds only. One mile. First run in 1998. Listed race up until 2011. Group Three from 2012.

win that prestigious Ascot contest was Where Or When, the 2002 victor. The Goodwood race continued its tradition of showcasing top talent in 2003 when Court Masterpiece landed the spoils. He returned to Goodwood in 2005, winning both the On The House Stakes and Lennox Stakes, before enjoying his biggest triumph when defeating Soviet Song to win the Sussex Stakes in 2006. Mark Johnston made it two wins in as many years in 2007 with Dubai’s Touch following on from Prince Of Light’s 2006 success. River Proud, third previously in the French equivalent of the 2,000 Guineas, succeeded in 2008 from Godolphin’s Alexandros. Zacinto made his seasonal reappearance in the 2009 renewal, winning by a head under Ryan Moore who was also successful in 2005, and then returned to Goodwood a month later to finish second in the Group Two Betfred Celebration Mile, only to be subsequently awarded the race after Delegator failed a drug test. The Henry Cecil-trained Great Dane proved a worthy winner of the inaugural running of the RSA Stakes in 1998. That victory commenced a five-race winning sequence for the horse that spilled into the 1999 season and culminated with success in a Group Two contest at the Curragh, Ireland. Adilabad, who twice won the Group Three Winter Hill Stakes at Windsor, scored here from Summoner in 2000. The runner-up caused an upset the next season when winning the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at 33-1. Another to

The Barry Hills-trained Critical Moment hung on tenaciously to win the 2010 renewal by a head, while Goldolphin’s Neebras, fourth and sixth in Group One races previously, took the spoils in 2011 under Frankie Dettori. The RSA Thoroughbred Stakes has been promoted to Group Three status in 2012. Only two out of the 14 favourites have won. RSA sponsored this race for the first time in 2011.

Rsa Thoroughbred Stakes Year

Name

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

NEEBRAS CRITICAL MOMENT ZACINTO RIVER PROUD DUBAI’S TOUCH PRINCE OF LIGHT FORWARD MOVE FONG’S THONG COURT MASTERPIECE WHERE OR WHEN GOGGLES ADILABAD SLIP STREAM GREAT DANE

9-00 9-00 9-00 9-00 9-04 9-00 8-12 8-12 8-13 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12

L DETTORI M HILLS R MOORE R HUGHES R FFRENCH J FANNING R MOORE J FORTUNE J MURTAGH M KINANE C RUTTER PAT EDDERY L DETTORI K FALLON

M AL ZAROONI B HILLS SIR M STOUTE P COLE M JOHNSTON M JOHNSTON R HANNON B MEEHAN E DUNLOP T MILLS H CANDY SIR M STOUTE S BIN SUROOR H CECIL

½ HD HD 2½ SH ¾ 1 2 1 2½ ½ NK 3 2½

8 10 9 8 9 8 10 9 12 6 7 5 4 7

4-1 7-2 9-1 5-2 16-1 9-2 14-1 6-4F 5-1 13-8 7-1 100-30 4-5F 100-30


39 | Glorious Goodwood

BETFrED MILE (HERITAGE HANDICAP) £125,000, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. One mile. First run 1987.

The Betfred Mile is one of the top handicaps of the season, which is not surprising given its £125,000 value, and remains one of the richest handicaps in Europe. Waajib was a fine winner of the inaugural running - called the Schweppes Golden Mile - as he went on to win the Group Two Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot the following year. Safawan stepped up from his 1989 win to take the Group Two Lockinge Stakes in 1990, while Fly To The Stars won at Goodwood in 1997 and landed the Lockinge - by then a Group One - in 1999. William Hill took over the sponsorship in 1998, while totesport provided backing from 2005 to 2011, with Betfred taking over in 2012. Ancient World became a notable winner in 2004 as he was the first favourite to win the race at 9-2. The four-year-old, owned by Godolphin and trained by Saeed bin Suroor, enhanced the contest’s reputation with a Group Three victory at Windsor followed by a deserved triumph in the Group One Premio Vittorio Di Capua in Italy that autumn. The second market leader to win was 5-2 chance Third Set who scored by three lengths in 2007.

Fifteen Love had already captured the Britannia Handicap at Royal Ascot in June, 2008, and clinched a major handicap double when winning the Betfred Mile, to give trainer Roger Charlton victory in successive years. Mark Johnston emulated that feat as he saddled back-toback winners with Laa Rayb (2009) and subsequent Group Three victor Sea Lord (2010). Johnston is by far the most successful trainer in the Betfred Mile’s short history with four victories, having also been successful in 1997 with Fly To The Stars and in 2001 with Riberac whose winning margin of three and a half lengths is the most decisive seen in the 25 runnings. Hayley Turner, Britain’s most successful female jockey ever, made all on the Marcus Tregoning-trained Boom And Bust to gain her first Glorious Goodwood success. There was a 66-1 winner in 1996 when Moscow Mist got home by a short-head and the competitiveness of the race is demonstrated by the fact that 15 runnings have been decided by a neck or less. The age profile of the winners has been 3yo - 6; 4yo - 9; 5yo - 9 and 6yo - 1.

Betfred Mile (Heritage Handicap) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

BOOM AND BUST SEA LORD LAA RAYB FIFTEEN LOVE THIRD SET SPECTAIT UNSHAKABLE ANCIENT WORLD LADY BEAR SMIRK RIBERAC PERSIANO LONESOME DUDE FOR YOUR EYES ONLY FLY TO THE STARS MOSCOW MIST KHAYRAPOUR FRAAM PHILIDOR LITTLE BEAN SKY CLOUD MARCH BIRD SAFAWAN STRIKE FORCE WAAJIB

4-8-10 3-9-03 5-9-06 3-8-12 4-804 4-8-09 6-8-01 4-9-10 5-8-06 4-9-05 5-8-12 5-8-12 4-9-07 4-9-06 3-9-06 5-7-10 5-7-13 5-9-09 4-8-04 3-8-02 5-8-07 5-7-08 3-8-00 3-8-06 4-9-10

H TURNER R FFRENCH J FORTUNE S DROWNE J QUINN S SANDERS F NORTON L DETTORI P HANAGAN K DARLEY K DARLEY D HARRISON G STEVENS J WEAVER O PESLIER DECLAN O’SHEA B DOYLE W R SWINBURN N KENNEDY M HILLS T QUINN N ADAMS W CARSON M HILLS M ROBERTS

M TREGONING M JOHNSTON M JOHNSTON R CHARLTON R CHARLTON SIR M PRESCOTT B JONES S BIN SUROOR R FAHEY D ELSWORTH M JOHNSTON J FANSHAWE SIR M STOUTE T EASTERBY M JOHNSTON LADY HERRIES B MEEHAN A SCOTT J EUSTACE G WRAGG R AKEHURST J SUTCLIFFE SIR M STOUTE B HILLS A STEWART

NK ¾ 2½ HD 3 ½ NK 1¼ 1¼ HD 3½ SH NK NK 1¼ SH SH NK SH 2 NK 1½ HD NK NK

19 19 19 18 19 17 18 21 21 21 21 22 20 22 20 18 21 19 19 21 15 16 14 21 20

22-1 6-1 25-1 5-1 5-2F 9-2 7-1 9-2F 10-1 12-1 12-1 10-1 7-1 14-1 14-1 66-1 15-2 10-1 13-2 9-1 20-1 15-1 11-2 8-1 8-1


40 | Glorious Goodwood

TANQUERAY KING GEORGE STAKES (GROUP TWO) £100,000, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. Five furlongs. First run 1911. (Note: Group Three until 2009; Group Two 2010 onwards)

A showcase for raw speed, this prestigious sprint was introduced in 1911 to mark the previous year’s succession of King George V to the British throne. The Tanqueray King George Stakes is Goodwood’s top sprint and in 2002 was named the King George 200th Anniversary Stakes to celebrate 200 years of racing at Goodwood. Sir Gordon Richards rode the winner in six consecutive seasons from 1947 to 1952, including on the great Abernant in 1949 and 1950. Right Boy and Lester Piggott emulated Abernant’s feat in 1958 and 1959, while the brilliant mare Lochsong defeated Paris House in a thrilling finish to the 1993 renewal and saw off Mistertopogigo 12 months later. Lochsong won the Group One Prix de l’Abbaye at Longchamp in both of those years. Another talented mare, Hever Golf Rose, triumphed in 1995 and capped a tremendous season with victory in the Prix de l’Abbaye. Fillies and mares are etched in the folklore of the Audi King George Stakes, with Land Of Dreams (1998), Cassandra Go (2000), Agnetha (2002) and La Cucaracha (2006) also beating the boys in recent years. Soba, ridden by Dandy Nicholls who is now known as a trainer of sprinters, succeeded in 1983, the year after her victory in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, while Enticing continued the trend in 2008 as the William Haggas-trained filly scored by a length.

Kingsgate Native, a dual Group One winner, was most impressive when successful in 2009, beating Total Gallery who subsequently captured the Group One Qatar Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp. The race was promoted to Group Two status for 2010, with the average rating for the first four in the previous three years having been 111.08. Borderlescott, winner of the 2006 Stewards’ Cup and twice victorious in the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes (2008 & 2009), landed the Tanqueray King George Stakes for trainer Robin Bastiman as the 9-2 favourite. Another Northern trainer Kevin Ryan went onto the scoreboard in 2011 when he sent out Masamah to win in great style. Ahonoora (1978/1979) is the only other horse apart from Soba to achieve the back-to-back Stewards’ Cup/Tanqueray King George Stakes doubles since the Second World War. Lester Piggott rode an amazing nine winners of this race between 1958 and 1984, while Sir Michael Stoute sent out his third winner in 2009 and is catching up to Paddy Prendergast’s achievement of training four victors. The age of the winners since 1946 has been 3yo - 29; 4yo 19; 5yo - 10; 6yo - 6; 8yo - 1, while 25 out of the 65 markets leaders have triumphed. Tanqueray switched sponsorship from the Richmond Stakes to this race in 2012.

Tanqueray King George Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

MASAMAH BORDERLESCOTT KINGSGATE NATIVE ENTICING MOORHOUSE LAD LA CUARACHA FIRE UP THE BAND RINGMOOR DOWN THE TATLING AGNETHA DIETRICH CASSANDRA GO RUDI’S PET LAND OF DREAMS

5-9-00 8-9-00 4-9-00 4-8-11 4-9-00 5-8-11 6-9-00 5-8-11 6-9-00 3-8-07 3-8-12 4-8-10 5-9-00 3-8-07

J SPENCER K FALLON R MOORE J MURTAGH R MOORE M HILLS A NICHOLLS T QUINN D HOLLAND M KINANE M KINANE M ROBERTS S SANDERS D HOLLAND

K RYAN R BASTIMAN SIR M STOUTE W HAGGAS B SMART B HILLS D NICHOLLS D ARBUTHNOT M BRADLEY D WELD (IRE) A O’BRIEN (IRE) G WRAGG D NICHOLLS M JOHNSTON

1¾ ½ 2½ 1 2 ¾ NK HD NK SH ¾ SH 1¼ ¾

11 15 17 12 17 18 12 13 9 14 15 13 15 15

4-1 9-2F 7-1 9-1 10-1 7-2F 10-1 10-1 11-4F 11-2 11-2 11-2 6-1F 5-1


41 | Glorious Goodwood

Tanqueray King George Stakes (Group Two) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

AVERTI RAMBLING BEAR HEVER GOLF ROSE LOCHSONG LOCHSONG FREDDIE LLOYD TITLE ROLL ARGENTUM STATOBLEST SILVER FLING SINGING STEVEN DOUBLE SCHWARTZ PRIMO DOMINIE ANITA’S PRINCE SOBA TINA’S PET KING OF SPAIN VALERIGA AHONOORA MUSIC MAESTRO SCARCELY BLESSED MUSIC BOY AUCTION RING SINGING BEDE SANDFORD LAD STILVI CONSTANS RAFFINGORA LASER LIGHT SO BLESSED RIGHT STRATH POLYFOTO PUGNACITY MATATINA SECRET STEP LA TENDRESSE FLORIBUNDA BLEEP-BLEEP RIGHT BOY RIGHT BOY REFINED PALARIVA DEMOCRATIC FOUR OF SPADES FAIRY FLAX ROYAL SERENADE BAKSHISHI ABERNANT ABERNANT ROYAL BARGE DAILY MAIL HONEYWAY

6-9-00 3-8-10 4-9-05 6-9-07 5-8-11 3-9-00 3-8-07 3-9-00 3-8-08 3-8-05 3-8-13 5-9-05 3-8-13 3-8-08 4-9-00 4-9-00 5-9-08 4-9-06 4-9-03 3-9-01 3-8-02 3-8-05 3-8-04 5-9-00 3-8-04 3-8-05 6-8-13 5-9-09 3-8-03 3-9-03 6-8-09 4-9-09 3-8-07 4-9-06 4-9-06 3-8-00 3-8-03 4-9-02 5-9-09 4-9-09 3-8-00 3-9-00 3-8-03 3-8-03 4-9-06 4-9-11 3-8-01 4-9-11 3-9-00 4-9-00 4-9-02 5-9-11

K FALLON R COCHRANE J WEAVER L DETTORI L DETTORI J REID W CARSON J REID R COCHRANE PAT EDDERY B ROUSE PAT EDDERY W R SWINBURN L PIGGOTT D NICHOLLS L PIGGOTT P COOK L PIGGOTT G STARKEY G STARKEY R HUTCHINSON G STARKEY J MERCER G BAXTER A MURRAY J GORTON L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT R HUTCHINSON F DURR J MERCER B TAYLOR L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT A BREASLEY G BOUGOURE R HUTCHINSON W CARR L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT D SMITH R POINCELET A BREASLEY W JOHNSTONE A BREASLEY G RICHARDS G RICHARDS G RICHARDS G RICHARDS G RICHARDS G RICHARDS E SMITH

W MUIR M BLANSHARD J NAUGHTON I BALDING I BALDING N CALLAGHAN T STACK (IRE) J HOLT L CUMANI I BALDING R HANNON C NELSON M STOUTE R LISTER (IRE) D CHAPMAN G HUFFER P CUNDELL L CUMANI F DURR M STOUTE R F J HOUGHTON B LUNNESS W HERN D MARKS R PRICE B HOBBS J TREE W MARSHALL J DUNLOP M JARVIS W NIGHTINGALL E REAVEY W WHARTON F ARMSTRONG P HASTINGS-BASS P PRENDERGAST (IRE) P PRENDERGAST (IRE) H COTTRILL P ROHAN W DUTTON P PRENDERGAST (IRE) A HEAD (FR) P PRENDERGAST (IRE) G BEEBY J LAWSON H WRAGG H WRAGG N MURLESS N MURLESS P ALLDEN W NIGHTINGALL J JARVIS

½ 1 ½ 1¼ HD NK ¾ 1½ ¾ 1 HD SH ½ 4 2½ 2 NK 2 2 NK NK NK ½ HD ½ SH 1½ 1 2½ 1 ½ 1 1 HD 1 ½ 3 HD 2 1½ ½ 1 ¾ 4 HD NK SH 5 2 1½ 2 ½

15 14 11 15 11 11 15 14 13 13 9 14 11 13 14 12 8 9 7 7 9 8 8 9 5 5 6 4 3 5 5 9 4 5 5 3 4 3 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 6 5 3 8 4 2 2

11-1 10-1 10-1 10-11F 13-8F 5-1 8-1 4-1F 11-1 2-1F 14-1 6-4F 5-4F 2-1F 9-4F 6-1 4-1 9-2 EvsF 6-1 6-1 16-1 85-40 12-1 6-5F 100-3 9-4 4-1 2-1 4-5F 100-6 8-1 9-4 EvsF 11-10F 11-1 4-6F 100-8 8-13F 8-13F 5-2 6-1 11-10F 100-30 6-1 7-2 100-30 4-9F 30-100F 7-4 1-8F 7-100F


42 | Glorious Goodwood

OAK TREE STAKES (GROUP THREE) £55,000, Friday, august 3, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards, fillies & mares. Seven furlongs. First run 1980.

The Oak Tree Stakes started life as the New Stand Stakes in 1980 and was the first race of that year’s Glorious Goodwood to mark the opening of the new March Grandstand by Her Majesty The Queen. Since 1982, it has been known as the Oak Tree Stakes, so named because of the close link between Goodwood and the Oak Tree Racing Association of California. Hollywood Park staged the Grade One Goodwood Stakes in October, 2010 during the Oak Tree meeting which used to be held at Santa Anita Park from 1969 to 2009. Since 2011 the Goodwood Stakes has been held back at Santa Anita in late September, no longer under the direct auspices of the Oak Tree Racing Association, and is due to take place in 2012 on September 29. The Oak Tree Stakes, run over seven furlongs, moved to the Friday of Glorious Goodwood in 2003 and was upgraded to Group Three from Listed status the following year when Chic finished third to Phantom Wind. Chic went on to win the Betfred Celebration Mile at Goodwood four weeks later and won that Group

Two prize again in 2004. Majestic Desert had knocked on the door several times in Group One races without success and gained a deserved victory in the 2005 renewal. Red Evie, on the other hand, secured her sixth straight victory when taking the 2006 Oak Tree Stakes and progressed to win a pair of Group One races. The 2008 winner Visit switched to racing in America later that year and finished in the frame in nine Group/Grade One races, including four times at Santa Anita. The Peter Winkworth-trained Tropical Paradise won the 2010 renewal and added to her Goodwood Group Three tally next time out in the Supreme Stakes. Chachamaidee was the impressive scorer for trainer Sir Henry Cecil - his sixth victory in the race - in 2011, winning by two and three quarter lengths under Tom Queally. Steve Cauthen partnered four scorers – the highest number by any jockey. Success has gone to 12 of the 32 market leaders in the Oak Tree Stakes.

Oak Tree Stakes (Group Three) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

CHACHAMAIDEE TROPICAL PARADISE SUMMER FETE VISIT WAKE UP MAGGIE RED EVIE MAJESTIC DESERT PHANTOM WIND TANTINA DESERT ALCHEMY MAURI MOON DANCEABOUT SELFISH BERAYSIM DAZZLE THRILLING DAY BRIEF GLIMPSE BLUE SIREN MOON OVER MIAMI STORM DOVE HIMIKO ALIDIVA KERITA OHSOMELLOW GAYANE ROYAL LOFT EVER GENIAL BROCADE FENNY ROUGH CHALON STAR PASTURES TREVITA

4-9-02 4-9-02 3-8-09 3-8-09 4-9-04 3-8-09 4-8-13 3-8-06 4-9-04 3-8-06 3-8-07 3-8-07 5-9-00 3-8-07 3-8-07 3-8-13 3-8-07 3-8-10 3-8-07 3-8-07 3-8-07 3-8-09 3-8-07 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-07 3-8-05 3-8-08 3-8-07 3-9-00 3-8-11 3-8-05

T QUEALLY I MONGAN R MULLEN R MOORE G BAKER L DETTORI T DURCAN S DROWNE R HUGHES S SANDERS D HOLLAND K DARLEY K FALLON L DETTORI J REID D HARRISON M HILLS M HILLS J REID PAUL EDDERY M HILLS S CAUTHEN PAT EDDERY R COCHRANE S CAUTHEN R COCHRANE S CAUTHEN G STARKEY S CAUTHEN L PIGGOTT B TAYLOR P COOK

SIR H CECIL P WINKWORTH B SMART SIR M STOUTE C WALL M BELL M CHANNON J GOSDEN B HILLS MRS A PERRETT G WRAGG G WRAGG H CECIL M JARVIS M STOUTE N GRAHAM D CHAPPELL I BALDING C JAMES R CHARLTON B HILLS H CECIL R F J HOUGHTON L CUMANI H CECIL W JARVIS H CECIL G HARWOOD B HILLS H CECIL J HINDLEY H THOMSON JONES

2¾ ¾ 1¼ HD ½ ½ 1½ ½ 1½ 2½ NK HD HD 3½ ½ 1¾ 2 1½ HD 7 1½ 2½ ¾ 3 1½ SH 3 1½ 1 ¾ 1 ¾

17 9 13 14 16 9 10 10 13 7 13 11 6 9 8 14 10 10 11 9 8 9 6 7 6 12 6 10 6 5 6 10

9-2 16-1 9-1 2-1F 11-1 15-8F 6-1 16-1 9-4F 4-1 20-1 15-8F 13-2 15-8F 11-4 12-1 14-1 6-1 33-1 5-2F 10-1 11-2 2-1 4-1 1-3F 14-1 2-1JF 9-2JF 14-1 2-11F 11-10F 11-2


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MARKEL INSURANCE NASSAU STAKES (GROUP ONE) (British Champions Series) £185,000, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards, fillies & mares. One mile, one furlong & 192 yards. (Note: for three-year-olds only up to 1974). The Nassau Stakes was upgraded from Group Two to Group One in 1999, making the race Goodwood’s second Group One contest alongside the QIPCO Sussex Stakes.

A HISTORY

Established in 1840, the Nassau Stakes was named in recognition of the friendship between the fifth Duke of Richmond and the Dutch Royal Family, the House of Orange and Nassau. The race was restricted to three-year-old fillies for the first 135 years of its existence and was granted Group One status in 1999, acknowledging the fact that the near 10-furlong contest had regained the prestige it enjoyed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, thanks to the victories of top-class winners throughout the 1990s such as Ruby Tiger, Last Second, Ryafan and Alborada. The early runnings were dominated by fillies owned by Lord George Bentinck and his friends, including George Payne and Charles Greville, who once wrote of Bentinck: “He feared no one and did nothing by halves.” Bentinck was forced to run his own horses in the colours of friends because his father, the fourth Duke of Portland, strongly disapproved of his son’s heavy gambling. As the Nassau Stakes gained in popularity, many star fillies of the 19th century triumphed. One such champion to display her prowess was the brilliant Thebais. Trained at Manton by ‘Old Alec’ Taylor, a man reputed to give his yearlings a twomile gallop before Christmas, Thebais had already taken the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, before winning at Goodwood in 1881. La Flèche’s accomplishments leave no doubt as to her brilliance. Successful in the 1,000 Guineas and Oaks - terrible jockeyship cost her the Derby - the great filly triumphed at Goodwood in 1892 and subsequently won the St Leger, Cambridgeshire, Champion Stakes and Ascot Gold Cup. Within the span of two years, the fates bestowed upon racing two supreme champion fillies in Sceptre and Pretty Polly. The former began the 1902 campaign in the Lincoln Handicap, finishing second, before winning the 1,000 Guineas, 2,000 Guineas and Oaks. She also came fourth in the Derby, was unplaced in the Grand Prix de Paris, won the St James’s Palace Stakes and took fourth in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, before owner/trainer Bob Sievier sent her to Glorious Goodwood. Sceptre was beaten in the Sussex Stakes but stepped out later in the week to take victory in the Nassau Stakes. She became the only horse in Turf history to win four British Classics when capturing the St Leger that September.

While Sceptre had been kept very busy around the racecourses of England to prove her mettle, Pretty Polly enjoyed a career more becoming a champion filly. She lined up for the 1904 Nassau Stakes the winner of the 1,000 Guineas, Oaks and Coronation Stakes, and was duly sent off the 1/33 favourite. She remains the shortest-priced winner in Nassau Stakes history and emulated Sceptre in adding the St Leger to her famous triumphs. Racing at Goodwood did not take place during the war years of 1914-18 and 1940-45. Upon the resumption of the sport at the course following the Second World War in 1946, Wayward Belle won the Nassau Stakes for Jack Jarvis and jockey Eph Smith. It was Lester Piggott, however, successful five times, along with trainers Sir Noel Murless, Sir Michael Stoute and Sir Henry Cecil, who would come to dominate the post-war roll of honour. Murless, with six wins, and Piggott joined forces to secure victory with Aunt Edith (1965) who also triumphed in the Prix Vermeille, Yorkshire Cup and King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes. In the decade after Aunt Edith, the Nassau Stakes, while still a race of some consequence, was not producing the same calibre of winners as in its heyday. Racing was already on the cusp of evolving into a global sport and the Goodwood executive, imbued with foresight, sensed the need for a change if the Nassau Stakes was to maintain its standing. The 1975 renewal thus marked a sea-change as the race was opened to older fillies and mares, yet the Classic generation still prevailed thanks to the three-year-old, Roussalka, ridden by Piggott and trained by Cecil. The filly returned in 1976 and created history when she became the first four-year-old to take the race as well as becoming the first dual winner. Park Express in 1986, trained by Jim Bolger, was the first Irish raider to succeed in the Goodwood race. She went on to produce the brilliant 2008 Derby winner New Approach, also trained by Bolger. The Nassau Stakes continued to be dominated by threeyear-olds up to the turn of the century with the monopoly only broken by the four-year-old Free Guest (1985) and two-time winner Ruby Tiger (1991 - by seven lengths - & 1992) - owned by sculptor and former jump jockey Philip


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Blacker - who also tasted major success in the E P Taylor Stakes at Woodbine, Canada. The older generation enjoyed a hold on the race from 2004 through to 2006 as the four-year-olds Favourable Terms (2004) and Alexander Goldrun (2005), as well as the fiveyear-old Ouija Board (2006), succeeded. Favourable Terms was a third consecutive winner of the race for trainer Sir Michael Stoute (and seventh in all) and jockey Kieren Fallon, who previously teamed up for success with Islington (2002) and Russian Rhythm (2003). Islington twice won the Group One Yorkshire Oaks and also captured the Grade One Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf in 2003. Many a thrilling spectacle has played out on the racecourse beneath Trundle Hill but the 2006 Nassau Stakes was surely one of the most breathtaking in the racecourse’s long history. Bolger’s mare Alexander Goldrun, a Group One winner in France, Britain, Ireland and Hong Kong, had won the previous year’s Nassau Stakes and returned to defend her crown against another global star, the Ed Dunlop-trained Ouija Board. Both mares arrived at Goodwood seeking a sixth career Group One victory, Ouija Board having proven herself as a Classic-winning Breeders’ Cup heroine. Each had won the Group One Hong Kong Cup - Alexander Goldrun in 2004 and Ouija Board the following year. The stage was set for an epic duel. None who witnessed the scintillating final three furlongs of the 2006 Nassau Stakes will ever forget Ouija Board’s brave strike for home off the turn into the straight; Alexander Goldrun’s smooth progress to narrowly lead; Lord Derby’s mare drawing on her deepest reserves to edge level; and the moment Ouija Board eyeballed her brave rival into submission. The redoubtable Ouija Board flashed home by a short-head following the most spectacular head-to-head since Marling held Selkirk in the 1992 Sussex Stakes. The gallant but defeated Alexander Goldrun failed to recapture her form in the aftermath of the titanic struggle, whereas Ouija Board added a second Breeders’ Cup triumph at Churchill Downs that November. It was the fourth victory by a short-head since 1945, with the other narrow winners being Hortentia (1952), Lucyrowe (1969), and Favourable Terms (2004). Newmarket trainer Sir Mark Prescott gained two wins in three years. He saddled Last Second, owned by Faisal Salman and bred by Kirsten Rausing, to win in 1996, and in 1998 Miss Rausing’s Alborada, out of a half-sister to Last Second, was successful, before going on to capture the Champion Stakes at Newmarket.

The 1999 winner, Godolphin’s Zahrat Dubai, ridden by American jockey Gary Stevens, made all and hung on in a thrilling finish. In 2000 this prestigious contest was won by the Clive Brittain-trained Crimplene, gaining her third Group One success of the season after having won the Irish 1,000 Guineas and Royal Ascot’s Coronation Stakes. Ed Dunlop, son of former Goodwood Racecourse director and trainer John, saddled his first Group One winner at the course with Lailani in 2001. The Unfuwain filly was achieving her sixth success of the campaign, including the Group One Irish Oaks, and she went on to complete a hat-trick of Group/ Grade One wins in the Flower Bowl Invitational at Belmont Park, USA, in September. Champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien sent out Irish Oaks heroine Peeping Fawn to win the 2007 Nassau Stakes and added a further victory in 2008 when Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Halfway To Heaven saw off another Bolger-trained star, Lush Lashes, by a head in a thrilling finish. Another top-class filly took the spoils in 2009, with Midday overcoming nine opponents to win well by two and a half lengths under Tom Queally. It was a return to big-time success at Goodwood for Cecil, celebrating his first Nassau Stakes victory since Lyphard’s Delta in 1993. Midday went on to win the Grade One Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Santa Anita, USA and returned to Goodwood for the 2010 Nassau Stakes, for which she was the 15-8 favourite. Khalid Abdulla’s homebred won in thrilling fashion as, sent into the lead two furlongs out, she idled and drifted in front, allowing the previous year’s Prix de Diane heroine Stacelita to overhaul her inside the final furlong. But Midday is a true champion and rallied gamely under Queally to assert by a cosy length and a quarter, allowing Cecil to match Stoute’s haul of seven wins in the race. The stewards’ enquiry, which left the placings unaltered, was the first-ever to be televised live. Midday added the Yorkshire Oaks and Prix Vermeille to her haul before finishing a close second in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf. History was made on the final day of Glorious Goodwood 2011 as the Khalid Abdulla-owned Midday became the first filly or mare to win the Markel Insurance-sponsored Nassau Stakes for the third time. Trained by Cecil, who was winning the race for a record eighth time, and ridden again by Queally, Midday brought up the hat-trick. The 6/4 favourite surged clear inside the final two furlongs to see off dual Oaks winner Snow Fairy by two lengths. The market leader has won 26 times in the 66 runnings since 1946. Markel Insurance backed the Nassau Stakes for the first time in 2011.


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Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955

MIDDAY MIDDAY MIDDAY HALFWAY TO HEAVEN PEEPING FAWN OUIJA BOARD ALEXANDER GOLDRUN FAVOURABLE TERMS RUSSIAN RHYTHM ISLINGTON LAILANI CRIMPLENE ZAHRAT DUBAI ALBORADA RYAFAN LAST SECOND CARAMBA HAWAJISS LYPHARD’S DELTA RUBY TIGER RUBY TIGER KARTAJANA MAMALUNA ELA ROMARA NOM DE PLUME PARK EXPRESS FREE GUEST OPTIMISTIC LASS ACCLIMATISE DANCING ROCKS GO LEASING VIELLE CONNAUGHT BRIDGE CISTUS TRIPLE FIRST ROUSSALKA ROUSSALKA MIL’S BOMB CHEVELEY PRINCESS CRESPINALL CATHERINE WHEEL PULCHRA LUCYROWE HILL SHADE FAIR WINTER HAYMAKING AUNT EDITH CRACKER SPREE NORTIA RACHEL DESERT BEAUTY CRYSTAL PALACE DARLENE SWALLOWSWIFT DILETTANTE REEL IN

5-9-06 4-9-06 3-8-10 3-8-10 3-8-10 5-9-05 4-9-03 4-9-02 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-09 3-8-09 3-8-06 3-8-09 3-8-06 3-8-06 5-9-01 4-9-04 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-06 3-8-07 3-8-08 4-9-08 3-8-08 3-8-05 3-8-05 3-8-08 3-8-05 3-8-05 3-8-05 3-8-05 4-9-06 3-8-08 8-08 8-08 8-08 8-04 8-04 8-09 8-00 8-10 9-03 8-05 8-10 8-05 9-03 8-05 9-01 9-05 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10

T QUEALLY T QUEALLY T QUEALLY J MURTAGH J MURTAGH L DETTORI K MANNING K FALLON K FALLON K FALLON L DETTORI P ROBINSON G STEVENS G DUFFIELD M HILLS G DUFFIELD M ROBERTS W R SWINBURN W RYAN T QUINN T QUINN W R SWINBURN G STARKEY PAT EDDERY S CAUTHEN J REID PAT EDDERY W R SWINBURN G BAXTER PAT EDDERY G STARKEY G BAXTER J MERCER W CARSON G STARKEY L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT G LEWIS L PIGGOTT R HUTCHINSON G LEWIS G LEWIS F DURR A BARCLAY J MERCER L PIGGOTT L PIGGOTT J MERCER J LINDLEY J MERCER J LINDLEY A BREASLEY E SMITH A BREASLEY E MERCER D SMITH A BREASLEY

SIR H CECIL H CECIL H CECIL A O’BRIEN (IRE) A O’BRIEN (IRE) E DUNLOP J BOLGER (IRE) SIR M STOUTE SIR M STOUTE SIR M STOUTE E DUNLOP C BRITTAIN S BIN SUROOR SIR M PRESCOTT J GOSDEN SIR M PRESCOTT R HANNON M STOUTE H CECIL P COLE P COLE M STOUTE G HARWOOD G WRAGG H CECIL J BOLGER (IRE) L CUMANI M STOUTE B HOBBS H WRAGG G HARWOOD B HOBBS H CECIL W HERN M STOUTE H CECIL H CECIL N MURLESS H WRAGG R HANNON B HOBBS J SIRETT P WALWYN N MURLESS D CANDY R F J HOUGHTON N MURLESS W WHARTON J TREE W HERN J GOSDEN G RICHARDS T LEADER G RICHARDS G COLLING J F WATTS N CANNON

2 1¼ 2½ HD 1½ SH 1¼ SH NK 4 1½ 1¾ ½ ½ 2½ 2 ½ ½ 1½ NK 7 2 1½ 3 2½ 3 7 2½ 3 2 1 2 1½ 4 NK ½ 1 NK 2 2 5 HD SH 3 6 3 4 1½ HD ½ 1½ ½ HD 3 1 NK NK

6 7 10 9 8 7 11 6 8 10 7 7 8 9 7 8 6 9 9 7 6 6 5 7 5 7 11 5 6 11 11 7 10 7 8 10 6 4 9 4 5 5 5 7 5 9 6 6 4 7 6 5 6 6 8 9 6

6-4F 15-8F 11-2 5-1 2-1F EvsF 13-8F 11-2 4-5F 100-30 5-4F 7-4F 5-1 4-1 9-4F 7-4F 5-2F 4-1JF 10-1 2-1 11-4 11-2 9-1 10-1 11-4 7-1 11-2 5-2F 4-1 12-1 15-2 8-15F 5-1 4-7F 13-2 15-8F 9-4 10-11F 15-2 25-1 4-1 20-1 1-2F 5-6F 7-2 13-2 7-4F 10-1 15-8F 100-30JF 7-2 2-1 3-1 100-30 100-9 6-1 13-8F


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Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

KEY HAPPY LAUGHTER HORTENTIA SEA PARROT FLYING SLIPPER JET PLANE GOBLET WILD CHILD WAYWARD BELLE

9-05 9-08 8-10 8-05 9-01 9-08 9-08 8-10 9-01

W SNAITH W RICKABY D SMITH G RICHARDS W CARR G RICHARDS G RICHARDS T LOWREY E SMITH

N MURLESS J JARVIS G COLLING N MURLESS C BOYD- ROCHFORT J LAWSON N MURLESS R PERRYMAN J JARVIS

3 3 SH NK NK 他 5 HD 他

10 3 7 7 7 6 7 8 7

4-1 5-6F 11-2 7-4F 8-1 8-1 13-2 11-2 11-8F


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BLUE squaRE STEWARDS’ CUP (HERITAGE HANDICAP) £100,000, Saturday, august 4, 2012 Three-year-olds & upwards. Six furlongs. First run 1840. Blue Square sponsored for the first time in 2007.

A HISTORY

The first official staging of the Stewards’ Cup took place in 1840, but the name actually dates back to 1834 when the senior of the two stewards officiating at Goodwood awarded a cup worth about £100 to any race of his choosing. The chosen race varied year on year, with the Cup being contested over distances ranging from six furlongs to a mile and a half. Lord George Bentinck conceived the idea of a competitive sprint handicap, largely as a betting medium, in late 1839. So in 1840 the six-furlong Stewards’ Cup, as it is now known, was born. Epirus, owned by John Bowes from Co Durham, made the long journey from John Scott’s Malton yard in Yorkshire worthwhile as he won the 1840 race under the trainer’s brother William, who had a fondness for the bottle and was frequently so drunk that he was unfit to ride. By 1849, the race already carried £300 of the total £860 added prize money at the meeting. The Stewards’ Cup still retains its position as one of the most prestigious and valuable handicaps of the season, not least due to substantial sponsorship. The first German-bred winner of the Stewards’ Cup (predating a French-bred victory on English soil by three years) was Count Hahn’s Turnus, who triumphed in 1850. He defied a penalty to add the Chesterfield Cup at the meeting two days later. Sweetsauce won the Stewards’ Cup at 20/1 in 1860 and just two days later was victorious in the Goodwood Cup over a stamina-sapping two miles and five furlongs. In 1883, the previous year’s Oaks heroine Geheimniss led the field approaching the winning post, only to be denied a head by Sir George Chetwynd’s Hornpipe who got up in the final stride to land a major gamble. Another Classic winner was defeated in 1899 when Northern Farmer finished a neck in front of the 1898 1,000 Guineas winner Nun Nicer. There have been three dual winners in the history of the Stewards’ Cup. Marvel scored in 1890 and 1892, while Lord Annandale triumphed in 1913 and shared the spoils in a dead-heat the following year with Golden Sun. Sky Diver was victorious in successive years, 1967 and 1968.

The dead-heat between Golden Sun and Lord Annandle is the only time the spoils have been shared. The outbreak of the First World War saw the race transferred to Newmarket from 1915 to 1917 and not run at all in 1918. The Second World War also halted racing at Goodwood and the 1940 race was abandoned with the following year’s renewal also staged at Newmarket. Windsor hosted a version of the Stewards’ Cup from 1942 to 1945. The post-war crowds flocked to Goodwood for the Stewards’ Cup of 1947, so much so that Sir Noel Murless, then training at Hambleton in Yorkshire, made the long journey south only to find his horsebox stuck in traffic on the narrow lanes at Singleton, just to the north of the course. Gwen Murless, the trainer’s quick-thinking wife, unloaded their big-race hope, Closeburn, and jogged him the two miles to the course just in time to saddle him for the Stewards’ Cup. The Murless charge, carrying a then record weight for a three-year-old of 8st 10lb, prevailed by a neck under Gordon Richards. Twelve years later, Sir Winston Churchill was rewarded when Tudor Monarch carried his pink and chocolate colours to victory under a youthful Geoff Lewis. Spillers was the first commercial sponsor of the Stewards’ Cup from 1970, when Lester Piggott partnered Jukebox to victory, until 1980. The 1981 renewal was backed by the tote and then William Hill sponsored between 1982 and1992. Vodafone supported the race from 1993 right through to 2006, initially under the Vodac banner. Blue Square, the current sponsor under bluesquare.com, took over in 2007. The Stewards’ Cup used to be run on the first day of Glorious Goodwood, the Tuesday, switching to the Saturday, the final day, under Vodafone’s sponsorship in 1993. It is not unusual to see high-class sprinters winning the Stewards’ Cup. The brilliant filly Soba made all the running to take the 1982 renewal, one of her 11 victories that season, and returned to Goodwood to win the 1983 Tanqueray King George Stakes. Dandy (David) Nicholls partnered the flying filly and has since won the race three times as a trainer. The North Yorkshire handler saddled Tayseer to success in 2000, followed up with Gift Horse in 2005 and also primed 20-1 shot Evens And Odds to score in 2010 under 5lb apprentice Billy Cray.


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Richard Hughes’ victory on Tayseer meant he became the most successful current jockey in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup with three victories. The other two came on Shikari’s Son (1995) and Harmonic Way (1999). The biggest winning margin since 1946 was in 1987 when the Peter Calver-trained Madraco won by four lengths. He was returned at 50/1, making him one of three horses since the Second World War to have triumphed at such long odds. The other two were Ahonoora (1978) and Ashurst Wonder (1954). Another top filly on the roll of honour is Lochsong, who in 1992 defeated 29 rivals at Goodwood and went on to land an unprecedented sprint handicap treble that also included the Portland Handicap at Doncaster and Ayr Gold Cup. She progressed to win the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes at York and was twice victorious in Longchamp’s Prix de l’Abbaye as well as coming back to Goodwood and winning two Tanqueray King George Stakes. Coastal Bluff, the 1996 Stewards’ Cup scorer, was a second winner in three years for Thirsk-based trainer David Barron and jockey Jimmy Fortune, following For The Present’s success two years earlier. Coastal Bluff, like Lochsong, went on to win the Ayr Gold Cup and dead-heated for first place in the following year’s Nunthorpe Stakes. Michael Tabor netted over £200,000 when Danetime carried his colours and his money to victory as the 5-1 favourite in 1997. The victory, a first Stewards’ Cup triumph for Pat Eddery, was described by trainer Neville Callaghan as the highlight of his career. Danetime subsequently stood at Coolmore Stud in Ireland as did the 1978 victor, Ahonoora, who sired the 1992 Derby winner Dr Devious. Danetime carried a huge weight of public money to victory but his odds of 5-1 were not as low as the 4-1 about the 2003 winner Patavellian. Roger Charlton’s charge was the shortest-priced winning favourite in the race’s history and proved his class with success in the Group One Prix de l’Abbaye on his next start. The 1998 Stewards’ Cup saw the launch of the tote trifecta bet. The 1998 and 1999 runnings showed that horses can win from either side of the course, with Superior Premium successful on the far side and Harmonic Way racing down the stands’ side to victory. Trainers and owners have been able to choose their horse’s stall position for the race since 1999 in a draw ceremony conducted two days beforehand at the racecourse. Yorkshire trainer, Tim Easterby, was successful in 2001 with Guinea Hunter, who got the better of Halmahera by a neck in a thrilling finish. After witnessing their horse go past the post in front, the connections of Guinea Hunter had the agony of a stewards’ enquiry to endure but the placings remained unaltered.

Zidane may have been drawn in the stall no-one wanted but that did not stop James Fanshawe’s charge lifting the 2007 Blue Square Stewards’ Cup by a short-head in a lastgasp swoop. The five-year-old had been the long time antepost favourite for the six-furlong sprint until the failure of connections to attend Thursday’s draw saw him allotted the last stall left after other trainers and owners had chosen their preferences, number 11, and a drift in the market ensued. Faith in the five-year-old returned in the build-up to the race and he was sent off the 6/1 favourite. Punters were rewarded as Jamie Spencer brought Zidane with a storming late charge to deny the previous year’s winner Borderlescott in the final stride of a breathtaking contest. William Haggas saddled the first two home in the 2008 Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, when 40/1 chance Conquest and Dane O’Neill just held off the fast-finishing 12/1 shot King’s Apostle by a head. The previous trainer to have the one-two in the six-furlong handicap was Richard Hannon, as Knight Of Mercy and Bocas Rose were separated by a neck in 1990. Since starting stalls were first used in 1966, the luckiest draw has been stall 11 with five winners coming from that position. Four winners have been drawn in 19. No winner has come from stalls 2, 3, 4, 7, 13, 17, 23, 24 and 26. The numbering of stalls was changed in 2011 for right-handed courses like Goodwood and means it is the opposite to before. Low numbers used to be on the right looking from the stands and now are on the left. Borderlescott was a popular winner in 2006 for Yorkshire trainer Robin Bastiman. The tough gelding was agonisingly pipped on the line by Zidane as he went for the Stewards’ Cup double 12 months later and gallantly carried top-weight to finish a close third behind 40/1 shot Conquest in 2008. Borderlescott gained handsome compensation when twice winning the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes (2008 & 2009) at York and taking the 2010 King George Stakes at Goodwood. Roger Charlton, Dandy Nicholls and Fred Armstrong are the joint most successful post-war trainers. Charlton saddled his third winner in 2009 when Genki followed on from Patavellian (2003) and Harmonic Way (1999). Since 1946, the winning margin has been a short-head on 10 occasions, a head eight times and a neck 13 times. Before 2011, King’s Signet (1993) and Petong (1984) had carried the highest weight to victory - 9st 10lb. That all changed last year when the Mick Easterby-trained Hoof It defied top-weight of 10st. The 13/2 joint-favourite was drawn in berth 18 of the 27 runners but was brilliantly ridden by Kieren Fallon to storm down the far rail for an impressive two and a half-length success. Easterby, along with fellow part-owners, golfer Lee Westwood and agent Chubby Chandler, were narrowly


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denied Group One glory later in October, 2011, when Hoof It went down by a nose and a head in the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock Park. At the other end of the weight scale, the three-year-old Psalmsinger had a featherweight 5st 4lb when triumphant in 1845. The minimum weight is now 7st 12lb. The Blue Square Stewards’ Cup has a maximum limit of 28 runners these days, but that has not always been the case and in 1861 Croagh Patrick defeated 44 rivals to take the famous sprint. Only 12 lined up in 1842 when Lady Adela gained the spoils – the smallest field in the race’s history. Epirus was a six-year-old when winning in 1840 and 12 other winners have been that age. Four-year-olds have been most

successful with 68 wins, while three-year-olds have taken the prize on 51 occasions and five-year-olds 28 times. The John White-trained eight-year-old Shikari’s Son became the oldest winner in 1995, taking the distinction from Epaulet, who was seven when triumphant in 1958. Dermot Weld saddled Red Alert to success in 1974, the only Irish-trained winner of the Stewards’ Cup since 1946, while just 13 of the 66 favourites in that time have succeeded. The £30,000 consolation race, the bluesquare.com Stewards’ Sprint Handicap for those horses who do not get into the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup, moved from Friday to become the first race on Saturday in 2011.

Blue Square Stewards’ Cup (Heritage Handicap) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

HOOF IT EVENS AND ODDS GENKI CONQUEST ZIDANE BORDERLESCOTT GIFT HORSE PIVOTAL POINT PATAVELLIAN BOND BOY GUINEA HUNTER TAYSEER HARMONIC WAY SUPERIOR PREMIUM DANETIME COASTAL BLUFF SHIKARI’S SON FOR THE PRESENT KING’S SIGNET LOCHSONG NOTLEY KNIGHT OF MERCY VERY ADJACENT ROTHERFIELD GREYS MADRACO GREEN RUBY AL TRUI PETONG AUTUMN SUNSET SOBA CREWS HILL REPETITIOUS STANDAAN AHONOORA CALIBINA JIMMY THE SINGER IMPORT RED ALERT ALPHADAMUS TOUCH PAPER

4-10-00 6-8-10 5-9-01 4-8-09 5-9-01 4-9-05 5-9-07 4-8-11 5-8-11 5-8-02 5-9-00 6-8-11 4-8-06 4-8-12 3-8-10 4-8-05 8-8-13 4-8-03 4-9-10 4-8-00 4-8-07 4-9-00 4-7-04 6-8-08 4-7-02 5-8-12 5-8-01 4-9-10 3-8-02 3-8-04 5-9-09 3-7-02 3-7-10 3-8-00 5-8-05 3-7-08 4-8-00 3-9-02 3-7-11 3-8-02

K FALLON B CRAY S DROWNE D O’NEILL J SPENCER R FFRENCH K FALLON S SANDERS S DROWNE C CATLIN J SPENCER R HUGHES R HUGHES R WINSTON PAT EDDERY J FORTUNE R HUGHES J FORTUNE W CARSON W CARSON R PERHAM B RAYMOND D GIBSON N DAY P HILL J WILLIAMS M WIGHAM B RAYMOND W CARSON D NICHOLLS G STARKEY A CLARK P BRADWELL P WALDRON G BAXTER E JOHNSON M L THOMAS J ROE P COOK P COOK

M EASTERBY D NICHOLLS R CHARLTON W HAGGAS J FANSHAWE R BASTIMAN D NICHOLLS P MAKIN R CHARLTON B SMART T EASTERBY D NICHOLLS R CHARLTON R FAHEY N CALLAGHAN T BARRON J WHITE T BARRON J GOSDEN I BALDING R HANNON R HANNON G LEWIS C WALL P CALVER G BALDING S MELLOR M JARVIS M STOUTE D CHAPMAN F DURR G HARWOOD C BRITTAIN B SWIFT P COLE B LUNNESS W WIGHTMAN D WELD (IRE) M STOUTE B HOBBS

2½ NK 1 HD SH NK NK 1½ 3½ 1 NK 1½ 1½ 1½ NK 3 ¾ SH 1½ ½ 2½ NK SH 2 4 NK SH ¾ HD 2½ ¾ SH 2 ½ ¾ 1 ½ 1½ HD HD

27 28 26 27 27 27 27 28 29 28 30 30 30 29 30 30 27 26 29 30 29 30 22 28 30 24 28 26 23 30 30 28 16 23 24 17 21 25 27 22

13-2JF 20-1 14-1 40-1 6-1F 10-1 9-2 7-1F 4-1 14-1 33-1 13-2 12-1 14-1 5-1F 10-1JF 40-1 16-1 16-1 10-1 14-1 14-1 12-1 14-1 50-1 20-1 9-1F 8-1JF 6-1F 18-1 11-1 15-1 5-1F 50-1 8-1F 15-1 14-1 16-1 16-1 25-1


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Blue Square Stewards’ Cup (Heritage Handicap) Year

Name

Age/Weight

Jockey

Trainer

Dist.

Runners

SP

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

APOLLO NINE JUKEBOX ROYAL SMOKE SKY DIVER SKY DIVER PATIENT CONSTABLE POTIER DUNME CREOLE VICTORINA SKYMASTER MONET TUDOR MONARCH EPAULETTE ARCANDY MATADOR KING BRUCE ASHURST WONDER PALPITATE SMOKEY EYES SUGAR BOWL FIRST CONSUL THE BITE DRAMATIC CLOSEBURN COMMISSAR

4-9-05 4-8-11 3-7-09 5-7-06 4-7-05 3-7-07 3-8-05 5-7-12 4-9-01 3-8-09 3-8-12 3-8-05 4-7-13 7-9-00 4-8-09 3-9-02 4-8-11 4-6-11 4-7-13 5-8-10 4-7-12 4-8-13 4-7-07 3-7-07 3-8-10 6-7-12

J LINDLEY L PIGGOTT M L THOMAS T STURROCK D CULLEN R READER R HUTCHINSON P COOK S SMITH W WILLIAMSON A BREASLEY J LINDLEY G LEWIS F DURR T GOSLING E SMITH W RICKABY A SHRIVE W SNAITH C SMIRKE W SNAITH E BRITT H PACKHAM E SMITH G RICHARDS A RICHARDSON

P NELSON H WALLINGTON W O’GORMAN P PAYNE-GALLWEY P PAYNE-GALLWEY R SMYTH J JARVIS R READ J JARVIS P NELSON G SMYTH J TREE W NIGHTINGALL W O’GORMAN G BEEBY J WAUGH P HASTINGS-BASS L HALL F ARMSTRONG R JARVIS F ARMSTRONG F ARMSTRONG J WOOD G TODD N MURLESS E STEDALL

1½ NK ½ SH 1½ 1½ ¾ ½ SH NK SH SH NK 1 2 NK HD ½ HD 1 HD 1 SH 1½ NK HD

26 24 15 18 31 25 20 20 25 26 22 18 21 20 16 24 26 28 22 18 21 21 21 16 19 15

14-1 100-6 100-7 100-6 20-1 33-1 100-7 9-1CF 20-1 10-1F 100-7 20-1 25-1 33-1 100-7 100-8 100-6 50-1 5-1F 100-7 100-6 100-9 33-1 9-1 100-7 10-1


51 | Glorious Goodwood

THE blue square STEWARDS’ CUP DRAW The information given below is now of historical interest since the stall numbering at Goodwood from 2011 is opposite to how it used to be after a change by the British Horseracing Authority to bring the United Kingdom into line with most other racing jurisdictions.

The low numbers at Goodwood, a right-handed course, will now be on the left looking from the stands and the high numbers on the right rather than the other way around.

The Blue Square Stewards’ Cup Draw Year

Winner

Draw of First Four

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

HOOF IT EVENS AND ODDS GENKI CONQUEST ZIDANE BORDERLESCOTT GIFT HORSE PIVOTAL POINT PATAVELLIAN BOND BOY GUINEA HUNTER TAYSEER HARMONIC WAY SUPERIOR PREMIUM DANETIME COASTAL BLUFF SHIKARI’S SON FOR THE PRESENT KING’S SIGNET LOCHSONG NOTLEY KNIGHT OF MERCY VERY ADJACENT ROTHERFIELD GREYS MADRACO GREEN RUBY AL TRUI PETONG AUTUMN SUNSET SOBA CREWS HILL REPETITIOUS STANDAAN AHONOORA CALIBINA JIMMY THE SINGER IMPORT RED ALERT ALPHADAMUS TOUCH PAPER APOLLO NINE JUKEBOX ROYAL SMOKE SKY DIVER SKY DIVER PATIENT CONSTABLE

18 11 10 14 11 19 19 1 27 29 19 28 8 28 5 29 30 16 21 5 28 18 20 9 12 22 20 11 10 1 21 29 11 15 18 5 8 16 20 6 19 1 10 11 25 8

13 10 16 3 7 26 17 24 29 9 30 24 10 25 23 23 26 20 6 9 6 14 18 15 30 10 24 2 3 23 8 4 1 19 22 4 14 20 23 13 23 2 14 9 29 2

1 17 11 1 25 22 20 28 28 22 23 4 28 29 30 28 10 30 13 13 21 20 11 10 6 12 21 7 23 27 14 17 3 16 17 7 11 18 1 7 24 23 15 15 7 1

27 14 13 7 13 28 27 6 3 16 7 19 6 23 2 15 4 23 28 11 16 25 14 8 7 11 11 21 7 3 24 6 8 6 24 10 18 2 21 16 6 24 6 4 6 6

Going

Ran

Stalls

Good to Firm Good Soft Good Good to Firm Good to Firm Good to Soft Good to Firm Good G (G/F patch) G (G/F patch G (G/F patch) Good to Firm Good Good to Firm Good to Firm Good to Firm Firm G/S (S patch) G (G/F patch) Good Good to Firm Firm Good to Soft Good to Firm Good Good to Soft Good to Firm Good to Firm Good to Firm Good Good Good Firm Good Good Firm Good Firm Good Good to Soft Good Good Good Good Good

27 28 26 27 27 27 28 28 29 28 30 30 30 29 30 30 27 26 29 30 29 30 22 28 30 24 28 26 23 30 30 28 16 23 24 12 21 25 27 22 26 24 15 18 31 25

low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low low high low low low low high high high high high high high


JockeyS’ Records

An overall table of the leading jockeys is given below, as well as tables showing the most successful jockeys at Glorious Goodwood since 1979. Total Glorious Goodwood Wins (Current Jockeys) Jockey

DETTORI Frankie HUGHES Richard FALLON Kieren HILLS Michael MOORE Ryan FORTUNE Jimmy HOLLAND Darryll SANDERS Seb MURTAGH Johnny NICHOLLS Adrian AHERN Eddie SPENCER Jamie

Top Goodwood Jockey During 2011 Jockey Wins

56 38 37 33 23 20 19 17 17 11 10 10

Wins

HUGHES Richard DETTORI Frankie DURCAN Ted FALLON Kieren BUICK William DOBBS Pat QUEALLY Tom

21 8 7 6 5 5 5

Top Jockeys At Goodwood (Currently Riding) Criterion: 40 Winners Name

DETTORI Frankie HUGHES Richard FALLON Kieren MOORE Ryan HILLS Michael FORTUNE Jimmy HOLLAND Darryll O’NEILL Dane DWYER Martin SANDERS Seb DROWNE Steve SPENCER Jamie

Overall Goodwood winners

177 127 94 91 79 77 77 59 58 55 43 41

Festival meeting winners

56 38 37 23 33 20 19 6 9 17 7 10

Top Festival Jockey 1979 To 2011 Year

Jockey

2011 HUGHES Richard 2010 HUGHES Richard 2009 MOORE Ryan 2008 MURTAGH Johnny 2007 MOORE Ryan 2006 DETTORI Frankie 2005 FALLON Kieren 2004 FORTUNE Jimmy 2003 FALLON Kieren 2002 KINANE Michael 2001 DARLEY Kevin 2000 DARLEY Kevin 1999 DETTORI Frankie 1998 FALLON Kieren 1997 FALLON Kieren 1996 EDDERY Pat 1995 DETTORI Frankie 1994 DETTORI Frankie 1993 REID John 1992 REID John 1991 CARSON Willie 1990 CARSON Willie 1989 SWINBURN Walter 1988 EDDERY Pat 1987 EDDERY Pat 1986 EDDERY Pat 1985 CARSON Willie 1984 CAUTHEN Steve 1983 CARSON Willie 1982 PIGGOTT Lester 1981 CARSON Willie 1980 PIGGOTT Lester 1979 MERCER Joe

Won

5 9 5 8 5 5 3* 4 6 4 4* 4* 6 8 5 5* 6 4* 5 6 5 7 5* 6 6 4 6 2* 7 8 5 5 7

*There was a tie for the number of races won and the winner was decided on the number of second and third places.


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jockeys’ Alphabetical Directory The alphabetical directory in this section gives the Goodwood records of all currently licensed jockeys, apprentices and amateurs who have ridden at least one winner at Goodwood.

races transferred to other courses during the building of the main grandstand in 1979 and 1980.

The figure given in each entry for the number of winners ridden at Goodwood does not include those ‘Goodwood’

Where ‘big race wins’ are listed, the figure in brackets refers to the number of times the jockey has won that race. The ‘big races’ at the 1979 and 1980 transferred meetings are included.

AHERN Eddie

ATKINSON Ross

BENTLEY Harry

›› 27 winners (10 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: True Night (Tatler Summer Season Handicap, July 30, 2002)

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Peopleton Brook (TurfTV. co.uk Apprentice Handicap, May 20, 2009)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Ellie In The Pink (Philip Osborn 60th Birthday Handicap, August 28, 2011)

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ››

Lennox Stakes (2) Richmond Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1)

AJTEBI Ahmed

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Vale Of York (Peter Willett Stakes (Registered as The Stardom Stakes), September 8, 2009) Big race wins

›› Stardom Stakes (1) ›› Select Stakes (1)

ATKINSON Toby

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Brandywell Boy (Merbury 19th Anniversary Apprentice Handicap, September 23, 2009)

BESCHIZZA Adam

BAKER George

BEUZELIN Louis-Philippe

›› 28 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Adobe (FOS Handicap, June 23, 2000)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Rosika (Butlins Bognor Regis Fillies’ Handicap, October 1, 2009)

Big race wins

ANDREWS Miss Gina

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Addwaitya (Goodwood Farm Shop Handicap, June 5, 2009) ASPELL Leighton

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Cedar Master (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Stakes, September 26, 2002)

›› ›› ›› ››

Oak Tree Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1)

BARATTI Mr Mario

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Potentiale (Fegentri World Cup Of Nations Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 30, 2009)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Tariq Too (TurfTV For Betting Shops Bonus Handicap, September 11, 2011)

BIRKETT Mr Ross

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Pintura (Fegentri World Cup Of Nations Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 29, 2010) BLOCK Travis

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Cashel Mead (Check

BlueSq.com Before Every Race Apprentice Handicap, May 26, 2006) BOLGER Colin

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Epsom Salts (Fornells Alderbrook Handicap (For National Hunt Jockeys), October 9, 2011) BOWMAN Hugh

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Johar Jamal (Avon Inflatables EBF Fillies’ Maiden, May 24, 2007) BRAMLEY Miss Faye

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Monashee River (Hamburger Union Handicap (Amateur Riders)) June 1, 2007 BRENNAN Paddy

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Munlochy Bay (Ucello & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, October 12, 2008)


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Jockeys’ Alphabetical Directory Continued BROTHERTON, Miss Serena

CALLAN Neil

CARSON Stephen

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Iguacu (Goodwood Farm Shop Handicap (For Amateur Riders), June 3, 2011)

›› 11 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Tarxien (Horseracing Abroad Handicap, June 26, 1998)

›› 10 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dancing Mystery (Frialator International Handicap, September 23, 1998)

Big race wins:

›› Lillie Langtry Stakes (1)

BUICK William

›› 18 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 5 winners ›› First Goodwood Winner: Dingaan (Empire Property Group Handicap, June 9, 2007) Big race wins

›› Conqueror Stakes (1) ›› Cocked Hat Stakes (1)

CARSON William CARBERRY Paul

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: French Ivy (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, August 25, 1996)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Master Mahogany (Fegentri World Cup Of Nations Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 24, 2008)

CHALMERS Neil

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Zonic Boom (Elm Farm Organic Research Centre Handicap, June 3, 2005) CLARK Ryan

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Boogie Waltzer (TurfTV Handicap, May 22, 2010)

CATLIN Chris CARROLL Mr Charlie

BURRI Miss Catherine

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Kyllachy Storm (TurfTV For Betting Shops Apprentice Handicap, August 24, 2008)

›› Festival Stakes (1) ›› Starlit Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Boston Blue (Halnaker Gentleman Amateur Riders’ Handicap, August 30, 2011)

›› 23 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Hilltop Warning (A & J Bull Handicap, May 24, 2001) Big race wins:

›› Alice Keppel Stakes (1)

COLLINGTON Mr Philip

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Ellway Heights (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap (Amateurs), September 12, 2003)


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Jockeys’ Alphabetical Directory Continued CORBY Dean

›› 5 winners (1 winner at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Budelli (Stewards’ Cup Trial Handicap, June 30, 2002)

›› First Goodwood Winner: Paraguay (SMC Renault Group Trafic Handicap June 20, 2008) Big race wins:

›› Conqueror Stakes (1) CREIGHTON Shane

›› 5 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Fort Churchill (Ecologist Handicap, June 1, 2007)

›› 1 win (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Contented (TurfTV For Betting Shops Apprentice Handicap, August 26, 2007)

COSHAM, Matthew

CROWLEY Jim

›› 1 winner (none at Festival) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Colorus (Merbury 20th Anniversary Apprentice Handicap, September 22, 2010) ››

›› 26 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Safari Mischief (Goodwood Racehorse Owners’ Group Handicap, September 9, 2006)

COSGRAVE Pat

COUMBE Mark

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Ramona Chase (TurfTV Bonus Handicap, September 11, 2011) CRAINE Stephen

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Cunning Act (Toyo Tyres Maiden Handicap, June 10, 2011) CRAY Billy

›› 1 winner (1 at Festival) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Evens And Odds (Bluesq.com Stewards’ Cup, July 31, 2010) Big race wins

›› Stewards’ Cup (1) CREIGHTON Edward

›› 3 wins (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

Big race wins

›› Goodwood Cup (1) ›› Glorious Stakes (1) CULHANE Tony

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: The Lord (Goodwood Flying School Handicap, May 24, 2006) DAVIES Chris

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Parkside Pursuit (Avon Inflatables Apprentice Handicap, May 20, 2004)

DEAN Jack

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Bluebok (Betfair Apprentice Training Series Handicap, October 2, 2008) DETTORI Frankie

›› 177 winners (56 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 8 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Lizzy Hare (Birdless Grove Handicap, June 9, 1987) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (2) Sussex Stakes (4) King George Stakes (2) Celebration Mile (3) Goodwood Cup (3) Lennox Stakes (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (4) Glorious Stakes (3) Gordon Stakes (4) Oak Tree Stakes (2) Predominate Stakes (2) Select Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (3) Cocked Hat Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (4) March Stakes (3) On The House Stakes (2) Thoroughbred Stakes (2) Tapster Stakes (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1)

DOBBS Pat

›› 26 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 5 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Triple Hay (Doubleprint Handicap, May 20, 1998)

DAVIES Matthew

Big race wins

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Malapropism (Racing UK On Sky 432 Apprentice Handicap, September 26, 2007)

›› Alice Keppel Stakes (1) ›› Conqueror Stakes (1) ›› Stardom Stakes (2) DOE Paul

›› 14 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

›› First Goodwood winner: Zibeth (Merbury Catering Consultants Handicap, September 24, 1997) Big race wins

›› Festival Stakes (1) DONOHOE Stephen

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Tamagin (Starlit Stakes, September 12, 2009) Big race wins

›› Starlit Stakes (1) DOYLE Brett

›› 14 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sarcita (Singleton Handicap, July 31, 1991) Big race wins

›› Sussex Stakes (1) ›› Richmond Stakes (1) ›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1) DOYLE James

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood Winner: Wavertree Warrior (Bernard Benham Birthday Handicap, May 24, 2006) DOYLE Sophie

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Batchworth Blaise (Picnic Handicap, August 23, 2008) DROWNE Steve

›› 43 winners (7 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Prince Rooney (Celer Et Audax Selling Stakes, June 4, 1993) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) ›› Oak Tree Stakes (1)


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›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Festival Stakes (1) Tapster Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (1) Starlit Stakes (1)

DURCAN Ted

›› 24 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 7 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Royal Millenium (EBF Racegoers Club Classified Stakes, August 3, 2002) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ››

Molecomb Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› Foundation Stakes (1)

Big race wins

›› Starlit Stakes (1) ENGLAND David

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Bugsy’s Boy (Three Musketeers Trophy (Handicap), October 10, 2010) EVANS Tony

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Thatchmaster (RichmondBrissac Trophy Handicap (Male Amateur Riders), August 28, 1999)

DWYER Martin

›› 58 winners (9 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Ivory’s Dawn (Ambrose Harcourt’s Heart and Soul Handicap, June 13, 1997) Lennox Stakes (1) Goodwood Cup (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (2) Prestige Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (2) Stardom Stakes (2) Festival Stakes (1)

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Touch Of Style (Request Handicap, June 18, 2010) FAIS Mr Cristiano

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Pay The Silver (Fegentri World Cup Of Nations Handicap, (Amateurs) June 30, 2002)

EGAN John

›› 23 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Get Tough (Wiley Europe Handicap, June 7, 1996) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) ›› Prestige Stakes (1) ELLIOTT Andrew

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Speedy Sam (Beech Handicap, August 27, 2006)

Supreme Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (2) March Stakes (3) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (2)

FANNING Joe

›› 18 winners (7 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Super Benz (Pilley Green Handicap, August 24, 1991) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Goodwood Cup (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1) Tapster Stakes (1)

FAHY John

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

FALLON Kieren

›› 94 winners (37 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 6 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Aughfad (Grant Thornton Handicap, October 5, 1990) Nassau Stakes (3) Sussex Stakes (1) King George Stakes (2) Celebration Mile (2) Richmond Stakes (2) Glorious Stakes (2) Gordon Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (1)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Sussex Stakes (1) Celebration Mile (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

FOX Dominic

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Bella Fiorella (Golf at Goodwood Handicap, June 23, 2006)

FENTON Michael

›› 12 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Duveen (Air Containers Golden Jubilee Handicap, June 4, 1993) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) ›› Select Stakes (1)

FOX Kieren

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: The Dancing Lord (Chichester Observer Selling Stakes, May 30, 2011) FROST Hadden

FFRENCH Royston

›› 16 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Ivory’s Joy (Findon Selling Stakes, June 27, 1997)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Matterofact (TurfTV. co.uk Apprentice Handicap, May 25, 2007)

Big race wins

GERAN Michael

›› ›› ›› ››

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Hamoody (RUK Leading Jockey Award Handicap, July 29, 2010)

Glorious Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Big race wins

FORTUNE Jimmy

›› 77 winners (20 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Fraam (Anne Frances Stevens Memorial Maiden, September 11, 1992)

GHUNOWA Kevin

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none


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›› First Goodwood winner: Mujood (Double Trigger Restaurant Handicap May 21, 2009)

(Crimbourne Stud Handicap, June 11, 2004) Big race wins

›› Conqueror Stakes (1)

GIBBONS Graham

HALFORD Marc

›› 3 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 – 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Always Hopeful (Sterling Insurance Richmond Stakes, July 29, 2005)

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Aintnecessarilyso (Racing UK Apprentice Handicap, June 18, 2004)

Big race wins

›› Richmond Stakes (1) GOLAM Saleem

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: James Caird (Vodafone Apprentice Handicap, July 30, 2005) GUILLAMBERT Jean -Pierre

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Gavroche

HAMBLETT Ashley

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Taranaki (Picnic Handicap, August 26, 2006) HAMILTON Tony

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Indian Bazaar (Sussex Bitter Apprentice Handicap, May 24, 2001)

HANAGAN Paul

HEFFERNAN Andrew

›› 6 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Lady Bear (William Hill Mile, August 1, 2003)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mujood (TurfTV For Betting Shops Handicap, September 13, 2009)

Big race wins

›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

HILLS Michael HAVLIN Robert

›› 10 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Hurricane State (EBF Cucumber Maiden, September 13, 1996)

›› 79 winners (33 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Rose Du Soir (Colman’s of Norwich Liebfraumilch Handicap, September 10, 1982) Big race wins

HAYNES Harry

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mythical Charm (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 13, 2005)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (1) Sussex Stakes (1) King George Stakes (1) Celebration Mile (2) Goodwood Cup (2) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (3) Oak Tree Stakes (3) Predominate Stakes (2) Prestige Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (1)


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›› ›› ›› ››

Festival Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (2)

›› 2011 - 21 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Luhuk (ROA Foundation Stakes, September 30, 1994)

HILLS Patrick

Big race wins

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Crimson Fern (TurfTV. co.uk Apprentice Handicap, May 22, 2008) ›› 12 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Imperial Dancer (Sterling Summer Handicap, July 26, 2003)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

HODSON Mr Jake

JOHNSON Richard

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Switched Off (Bollinger Champagne Series Handicap (Amateurs), September 7, 2010)

›› 1 winner (none at Festival) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Escayola (Ucello & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, October 12, 2003)

HITCHCOTT Sam

HOLLAND Darryll

›› 77 winners (19 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Kasikci (Goodwood Aerodrome Claiming Stakes, May 21, 1991)

Sussex Stakes (1) Celebration Mile (2) Lennox Stakes (2) Richmond Stakes (4) Vintage Stakes (2) Molecomb Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (2) Foundation Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (2)

JONES Liam

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dancing Mystery (Racing UK on Sky 432 Apprentice Handicap, September 20, 2006)

Big race wins

KELLY Shane

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Midnight Venture (Daily Star Maiden Auction, August 26, 2000)

King George Stakes (2) Goodwood Cup (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Cocked Hat Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) March Stakes (2) Stardom Stakes (2)

HUGHES Richard

›› 127 winners (38 at Glorious Goodwood)

Big race wins

›› Supreme Stakes (1) KENIRY Liam

›› 15 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Currency (George

Stubbs Apprentice Handicap, June 22, 2001) KINGSCOTE Richard

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Little Eye (Eros Apprentice Handicap, August 13, 2005) KIRBY Adam

›› 17 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Stotsfold (Select Racing UK on Sky 432 Stakes, September 16, 2007) Big race wins

›› Vintage Stakes (1) ›› Select Stakes (1)

›› First Goodwood winner: Freddy Q (Nick Brooks Nursery, September 11, 2011) LORDAN Wayne

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Requinto (Bet365 Molecomb Stakes, July 26, 2011) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) LYNCH Fergal

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Shudder (Inkpens Median Auction Maiden, August 22, 1997)

LANE Martin

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Weapon Of Choice (Blue Square Bet E B F Maiden Stakes, October 10, 2010)

MACKAY Jamie

›› 8 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Polar Mist (Royal Sussex Regiment Apprentice Handicap, May 25, 2000)

LAWES Nicky

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Bencoolen (Bluesquarecasino.com Apprentice Handicap, August 1, 2009)

MACKAY Nicky

LAWSON Matthew

Big race wins

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Mata Hari Blue (Merbury Catering Consultants Apprentice Handicap, September 21, 2011) ››

›› Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› Daisy Warwick Stakes (1)

LEVEY Sean

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners

›› 8 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Ettrick Water (Chichester Observer Handicap Stakes, September 11, 2004)

MANNING Kevin

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Alexander Goldrun (Vodafone Nassau Stakes, July 30, 2005) Big race wins

›› Nassau Stakes (1)


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Alphabetical Directory Continued MAYOR Leonna

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Six Wives (TurfTVco.uk Apprentice Handicap, May 18, 2011) McCABE David

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Barbezieux (Levin Down Apprentice Handicap, May 20, 1993) McCARTHY Adrian

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kyle Of Lochalsh (Aviation Industries Handicap, May 29, 2003) McCARTHY Jimmy

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Father Sky (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, September 25, 1997)

›› Stardom Stakes (1) ›› Starlit Stakes (1) McLAUGHLIN Tom

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Aqwaal (EBF Card Room Maiden, September 13, 2008) MERNAGH Dean

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Little Amin (SIS Handicap, May 23, 2001) MILCZAREK Kirsty

›› 7 Winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Salient (RacingUK 4th Birthday Celebration Handicap, May 31, 2008) MILLMAN James

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sherman McCoy (Lifetime In Racing Handicap, May 30, 2009)

McDONALD Frankie

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Joint Statement (Harroways Handicap, September 13, 2002) McEVOY Kerrin

›› 22 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Papineau (M-Real Conditions Stakes, May 19, 2004) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ››

Lennox Stakes (2) Glorious Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1)

›› Select Stakes (1) ›› Starlit Stakes (1) ›› Supreme Stakes (1)

MITCHELL Jack

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dannabelle (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 19, 2006) MONGAN Ian

›› 19 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Contentious (Goodwood Flying School Fillies’ Maiden, June 8, 2007) Big Race Wins

›› Conqueror Stakes (1) ›› Oak Tree Stakes (1)

›› First Goodwood Winner: Safari Mischief (Spofforths Handicap, May 3, 2008)

MOORE Jamie

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Porak (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap, September 13, 2002)

MULLEN Richard

›› 12 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Scissor Ridge (Frialator International Handicap, September 25, 1996) Big race wins

MOORE Ryan

›› 91 winners (23 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Barbason (The News Amateur Riders’ Handicap, June 9, 2000) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

King George Stakes (2) Celebration Mile (3) Goodwood Cup (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (3) Prestige Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (1) Alice Keppel Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (2) Tapster Stakes (1)

›› Oak Tree Stakes (1) MUNRO Alan

›› 34 winners (10 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mac’s Imp (Clive Graham Graduation Stakes, May 23, 1990) Big race wins

›› Richmond Stakes (3) ›› Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) MURGIA Antioco

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Welcome Gift (R H Hall EBF Maiden Stakes, September 21, 2011)

MOORE Mrs Sarah

MURPHY Timmy

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Democracy (Spirit FM Amateur Riders’ Handicap, June 8, 2001)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Estate (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, October 14, 2007)

MORGAN Ashley

MURTAGH Johnny

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Avrilo (TurfTV.co.uk Apprentice Handicap, May 19, 2010)

›› 23 winners (17 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: No Excuse Needed (Champagne Lanson Vintage Stakes, August 2, 2000)

MORRIS Luke

Big race wins

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner

›› Nassau Stakes (2) ›› Sussex Stakes (3) ›› King George Stakes (1)


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Alphabetical Directory Continued

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Goodwood Cup (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1)

NORTON Franny

›› 18 winners (10 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Peppiatt (Consolation Stewards’ Cup Handicap, September 12, 1998)

NEWNES Lee

Big race wins

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Even Bolder (Come Racing On Sunday 11th October Apprentice Handicap, October 1, 2009)

›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

NICHOLLS Adrian

›› 18 winners (11 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: River Beat (CSMA’s 75th Anniversary Handicap, June 28, 1998) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Molecomb Stakes (1) ›› Starlit Stakes (1)

›› On The House Stakes (3) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) O’NEILL Kieran

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Albaqaa (Telegraph Apprentice Handicap, July 30, 2011)

O’DONOHOE Daragh O’NEILL Paul

O’NEILL Dane

O’REILLY James

›› 59 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Prends Ca (NSPCC Maiden Stakes, June 16, 1995)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Hereford Boy (TurfTV for Betting Shops Apprentice Handicap, October 4, 2007)

›› Prestige Stakes (1) ›› Lupe Stakes (2)

›› 7 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood Winner: Mr Hichens (South Coast Handicap, August 24, 2008) Big race win

›› Lennox Stakes (1) PACAULT Miss Anne -Sophie

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Monaassib (Equity Financial Collections Conditions Stakes, May 20, 1997)

Big race wins

O’SHEA Tadhg

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kanpai (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, September 10, 2006)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Todlea (Fegentri World Cup Of Nations Stakes Handicap (Amateur Riders), September 10, 2006) PESLIER Olivier

›› 11 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Media Star (Grosvenor Casinos Cup Handicap, July 29, 1997) Big race wins

›› Supreme Stakes (1) ›› Stardom Stakes (1) ›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1)


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Alphabetical Directory Continued POWELL Ryan

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Wishformore (Bognor Regis Observer Handicap, May 30, 2011) PROBERT David

›› 10 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Count Ceprano (bluesquarecasino.com Apprentice Handicap, August 2, 2008) PROD ’HOMME Miss Pauline

›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: USA Dollar (Longley Construction Handicap, June 29, 1990) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ››

Prestige Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Loyaliste (Fegentri World Championship Stakes (Gentleman Amateur Riders’ Handicap) (In Memory of Gay Kindersley), August 28, 2011) SCOTT Amy

ROGERS James

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Pat’s Legacy (Betting Shops Back TurfTV Handicap, August 30, 2011)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Snark (Fegentri World Cup of Nations Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 26, 2007)

RYAN Amy

QUEALLY Tom

SALMON Mr Jack

›› 24 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 5 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Tromp (Kanagawa Handicap, April 30, 2005)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Megalala (Goodwood Farm Shop Handicap (Amateurs), June 4, 2010)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Perfect Blossom (Turf Club Handicap, July 30, 2010)

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Seamus Shindig (Novicapital Handicap, May 8, 2008) SCUDAMORE Tom

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Bound For Pleasure (Richmond-Brissac Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 26, 2000) SMITH Richard

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (3) Lennox Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (2) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Sussex Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1)

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Roisin Splendour (News Apprentice Handicap, June 25, 1999) SOUSA Silvestre De

SANDERS Seb

›› 55 winners (17 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Hi-Aud (Jacob’s Bakery Nursery, September 30, 1994)

QUINN Amir

Big race wins

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Wait For The Will (Renault Van Handicap, June 18, 2004)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

QUINN Jimmy

SCHLEPPI Mr Sven

›› 36 winners (7 at Glorious Goodwood)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood)

King George Stakes (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (3) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood Winner: Parisian Pyramid (bluesquare.com Nursery, August 2, 2008) Big Race wins

›› Gordon Stakes (1) SOUZA Nelson De

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Emile Zola (EBF GG Racing Club Maiden, September 11, 2004)

SPENCER Jamie

›› 41 winners (10 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Rizerie (Celer Et Audax Fillies’ Maiden, June 30, 2000) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

King George Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (1) Cocked Hat Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› March Stakes (1) ›› On The House Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) STACK Emmett

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Cavort (Casco EBF Fillies’ Maiden, May 24, 2006) SUPPLE Willie

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Blushing Spur (Goodwood Aerodrome Handicap, May 30, 2002) Big race wins

›› Gordon Stakes (1) ›› Select Stakes (1) SWEENEY Fergus

›› 14 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Parisien Star (Wiley Europe Handicap, June 27, 2003) SWIFT Dale

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Fort Churchill (Bollinger Champagne Challenge


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Jockeys Alphabetical Directory Continued

Series Handicap, September 2, 2008) THOMAS Richard

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Priory Gardens (Capital Gold Apprentices’ Handicap, June 19, 1998) THORNTON Robert

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kaafih Homm (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Handicap (Male Amateurs), August 25, 1996) TOPLISS Lee

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Take It To The Max (Westerton Handicap, August 11, 2011)

TREADWELL Liam

TYLICKI Frederik

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Blue Tomato (Taurus Waste Recycling Apprentice Handicap, June 23, 2006)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Total Impact (De Boer Handicap, July 31, 2008)

TURNER Hayley

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood Winner: Aunt Nicola (Inchcape Renault Master Fillies’ Maiden, June 20, 2008)

URBINA Oscar

›› 7 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Panata (Drayton Handicap, July 31, 1996) Big race win

›› Prestige Stakes (1)

Big race wins

WALKER Mr Simon

›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: McQueen (Bollinger Challenge Series Handicap (Amateur Riders), August 27, 2004)

TWISTON-DAVIES Sam

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Soundbyte (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap (Gentleman Amateur Riders), September 8, 2009)

WHILLANS Ewan

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: The Gaikwar (Fegentri

World Cup of Nations Handicap (Amateurs), September 11, 2005) WHITWORTH Simon

›› 17 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Imperial Jade (Ralph Hubbard Memorial Nursery, August 3, 1984) WILLIAMS Darren

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Treetops Hotel (EBF Novice Stakes, September 27, 2001) WINSTON Robert

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Superior Premium (Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, August 1, 1998) Big race wins

›› Prestige Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1)


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trainerS’ Records An overall table of the leading trainers is given below, as well as tables showing the most successful trainers at Glorious Goodwood and annually in recent years.

Top Trainers At Goodwood (Currently Training & Since 1981) Criterion: 30 Overall Winners Trainer

Top Trainers At Goodwood (1993-2011) Rolls-Royce / Dick Hern Memorial Award (Introduced 2002) Year

Trainer

2011 - 21 2010 - 22 2009 - 17 2008 - 15 2007- 8

HANNON Richard HANNON Richard HANNON Richard HANNON Richard CHANNON Mick STOUTE Sir Michael SUROOR Saeed bin HANNON Richard TREGONING Marcus HANNON Richard CHANNON Mick PERRETT Amanda ELSWORTH David JOHNSTON Mark GOSDEN John SUROOR Saeed bin STOUTE Sir Michael GOSDEN John COLE Paul HANNON Richard HANNON Richard DUNLOP John STOUTE Michael COLE Paul HANNON Richard

2006 - 7 2005 - 7 2004 - 10 2003 - 9 2002 - 9 2001 - 7 2000 - 14 1999 - 10 1998 - 8 1997 - 10 1996 - 8 1995 - 7 1994 - 7

1993 - 11

Leading Trainer At Goodwood In 2011 Trainer

HANNON Richard DUNLOP John ZAROONI Mahmood Al BALDING Andrew GOSDEN John

Wins

21 8 7 5 5

Top Trainer At Glorious Goodwood 1981 To 2011 Year Trainer

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Wins

HANNON Richard HANNON Richard JOHNSTON Mark HANNON Richard NICHOLLS David JOHNSTON Mark JOHNSTON Mark SUROOR Saeed Bin JOHNSTON Mark JOHNSTON Mark HILLS Barry JOHNSTON Mark SUROOR Saeed bin JOHNSTON Mark CECIL Henry CUMANI Luca CHAPPLE-HYAM Peter BALDING Ian HANNON Richard BALDING Ian COLE Paul BALDING Ian STOUTE Michael HARWOOD Guy DUNLOP John STOUTE Michael HERN Dick HERN Dick CECIL Henry STOUTE Michael HARWOOD Guy

5 9 5 4 3* 4 3* 3 3 5 2* 4 4* 3* 4* 3* 3 3* 5 4 4 4 6 3* 3* 2* 5 3* 4* 4 3*

*There was a tie for the number of races won and 2nd/3rd places were therefore taken into account.

HANNON Richard DUNLOP John CECIL Sir Henry STOUTE Sir Michael GOSDEN John COLE Paul CUMANI Luca CHANNON Mick JOHNSTON Mark ELSWORTH David SUROOR Saeed bin TREGONING Marcus PERRETT Amanda MEEHAN Brian MOORE Gary CHARLTON Roger BRITTAIN Clive NICHOLLS David DUNLOP Ed CHAPPLE-HYAM Peter CANDY Henry

Overall Winners

Glorious Goodwood Winners

229 203 162 154 120 100 96 83 78 73 69 50 50 47 46 43 40 41 35 33 33

61 42 69 69 26 35 36 9 50 16 19 8 6 15 5 13 14 30 9 15 8

Leading Current Trainers At Glorious Goodwood Trainer

STOUTE Sir Michael CECIL Sir Henry HANNON Richard JOHNSTON Mark DUNLOP John CUMANI Luca COLE Paul NICHOLLS David GOSDEN John

Wins

69 69 61 50 42 36 35 30 26


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TRAINERs Alphabetical Directory The alphabetical directory in this section gives the Goodwood records of all currently licensed trainers who have trained at least one winner at Goodwood. The figure given in each entry for the number of winners trained at Goodwood does not include those ‘Goodwood’

ARBUTHNOT David

›› 9 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kondair (John Kent Handicap, September 10, 1983) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1)

Food Service Handicap, September 22, 2010) BALDING Andrew

›› 15 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 5 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Phoenix Reach (Peugeot Gordon Stakes, July 29, 2003)

ATTWATER Michael

Big race wins

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner Salient (Racing UK 4th Birthday Celebration Handicap, May 31, 2008)

›› Gordon Stakes (1) ›› On The House Stakes (1)

AUVRAY Jean-Rene

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Todlea (Fegentri World Cup of Nations Handicap, September 10, 2006) BAILEY Alan

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Gadge (Kidsons Impey Trophy Handicap, May 22, 1997) ›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Humidor (3663 First For

Where ‘big race wins’ are listed, the figure in brackets refers to the number of times the trainer has won that race. The ‘big races’ at the 1979 and 1980 transferred meetings are included. BELL Michael

BLANSHARD Michael

›› 21 winners (7 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Blockade (South Coast Radio Nursery, October 4, 1991)

›› 10 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Tea-Pot (Westerton Handicap, May 19, 1981)

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Richmond Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1)

BARRON David

›› 3 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: For The Present (Vodac Stewards’ Cup, July 30, 1994)

BERRY Alan

›› 3 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Rum Destiny (Lavant Nursery, August, 2, 2001)

Big race wins

›› Stewards’ Cup (2) BASTIMAN Robin

›› 3 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Lady’s Mantle (Hèrmes Apprentice Handicap, June 13, 1989)

BEST John

›› 10 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Little Eye (Eros Apprentice Handicap, August 13, 2005) Big race wins

›› Lupe Stakes (1)

Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) BECKETT Ralph

BAKER George

races transferred to other courses during the rebuilding of the main grandstand in 1979 and 1980.

›› 7 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Cape Secret (Paddy Duddy Lifetime in Racing Maiden, June 16, 2006)

BETHELL James

›› 10 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Prominent (Boxgrove Apprentice Handicap, May 18, 1976)

Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) BOLGER Jim (IRE)

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Park Express (Nassau Stakes, August 2, 1986) Big race wins

›› Nassau Stakes (2) BOSLEY Martin

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Silver Prophet (Weald & Downland Museum Maiden, July 7, 2002) BOTTI Marco

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sesmen (Normandie Stud Prestige Stakes, August 27, 2006) Big race wins

›› Prestige Stakes (1) BOWEN Peter

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mr Ed (Travelsphere


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Holiday Handicap, August 25, 2002) BOYLE Jim

›› 13 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Parisien Star (Wiley Europe Handicap, June 27, 2003) BRADLEY Milton

›› 17 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: So Intrepid (Kinrara Apprentice Limited Stakes, August 1, 1997) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) BRIDGER John

›› 12 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Indiana Pencil (Long Hall Nursery, August 25, 1984)

BRITTAIN Mel

Big race wins

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Fine A Leau (Optima Apprentice Handicap, June 30, 1989)

›› Select Stakes (1) ›› Thoroughbred Stakes (1) ›› Lupe Stakes (1)

BROWN David

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Oneladyowner (Bank Holiday Handicap, August 28, 2011) BUTLER Gerard

›› 20 winners (9 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Compton Ace (Peugeot Gordon Stakes, July 27, 1999) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1)

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

BRISBOURNE Mark

BUTLER Paddy

›› 5 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Adobe (FOS Handicap, June 23, 2000)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Prince Rooney (Celer Et Audax Handicap, June 4, 1993)

Big race wins

Lennox Stakes (2) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1)

BRITTAIN Clive

›› 40 winners (14 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Grey Thunder (Gordon Stakes, August 1, 1974) ›› Big race wins: ›› Nassau Stakes (1) ›› Sussex Stakes (1) ›› Richmond Stakes (1) ›› Gordon Stakes (1) ›› Prestige Stakes (1) ›› Alice Keppel Stakes (1) ›› Lupe Stakes (1) ›› Starlit Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) ››

CAMPION Mark

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Webbow (Harwoods EBF “Hellvelyn” Classified Stakes, July 27, 2011)

CANTILLON Don

›› 1 winner (none at Festival) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Im Ova Ere Dad (Elm Farm Organic Research Centre Handicap, June 6, 2008) CARROLL Tony

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Cerulean Rose (Zuhair Handicap, July 30, 2003)

CHANNON Mick

›› 83 winners (9 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: You Know The Rules (Ultramar Handicap, June 28, 1991) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Vintage Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (1) Cocked Hat Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1)

CHAPPLE-HYAM Jane CECIL Sir Henry

›› 162 winners (69 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Rohays (Wills Embassy Maiden, August 30, 1969) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (8) Sussex Stakes (6) Goodwood Cup (4) Lennox Stakes (2) Richmond Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (6) Gordon Stakes (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (6) Predominate Stakes (5) Prestige Stakes (6) Select Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (3) Festival Stakes (6) Foundation Stakes (4) Lupe Stakes (3) March Stakes (3) Stardom Stakes (4)

CANDY Henry

›› 33 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Dubrovnik (Goodwood Handicap, July 30, 1975)

Oven Auction Stakes, September 25, 2002)

CHAMINGS Patrick

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Binanti (Sharp Commercial Microwave

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Fringe (Turf TV for Betting Shops Median Auction Maiden, October 14, 2007) CHAPPLE-HYAM Peter

›› 33 winners (15 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Cambrian Hills (EBF BBC Radio Times Maiden, June 14, 1991) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Lennox Stakes (1) Richmond Stakes (3) Vintage Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1)

CHARLTON Roger

›› 43 winners (13 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Kawtuban (Leslie & Godwin Spitfire Handicap, August 3, 1990) Big race wins

›› Oak Tree Stakes (1) ›› Festival Stakes (2) ›› Lupe Stakes (1)


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›› ›› ›› ››

March Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (3) Betfred Mile Handicap (2)

COAKLEY Denis

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Tromp (Kanagawa Handicap, April 30, 2005)

›› Stardom Stakes (3) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) COWELL Robert

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Jameela Girl (Kenwood Stakes Nursery, August 12, 2010) COX Clive

COLE Paul

›› 100 winners (35 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Off Games (Goodwood Claiming Stakes, August 3, 1973) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (2) Goodwood Cup (1) Richmond Stakes (3) Vintage Stakes (3) Glorious Stakes (3) Predominate Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (3) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1)

›› 20 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Thyolo (EBF GG Club Racing Maiden, September 13, 2003)

(Bain Dawes Maiden, September 16, 1978)

(Court Hill Handicap, May 21, 1975)

Big race wins

Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

›› King George Stakes (1)

Nassau Stakes (1) Sussex Stakes (1) Celebration Mile (1) King George Stakes (2) Glorious Stakes (6) Gordon Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (2) Select Stakes (1) Alice Keppel Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1) March Stakes (4) Tapster Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (3)

CURLEY Barney

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Silvertown (Tilney Investment Management Handicap, September 8, 2000) CURTIS Roger

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Androbote (Isle of Wight Handicap, October 7, 1989)

›› Vintage Stakes (1) ›› On The House Stakes (1)

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

CUMANI Luca

CUNDELL Peter

DASCOMBE Tom

›› 96 winners (36 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Kilroy Hawk

›› 8 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: The Happy Hooker

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Gentle Lord (Goodwood

Big Race wins


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Aero Club Handicap, October 9, 2011) DAVISON Zoe

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sherjawy (Go Green! Belu Water Handicap, June 5, 2009) DICKIN Robin

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Ballasecret (Oakley Handicap, August 28, 1992) DORE Conor

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Inside Story (June Friday Evenings At Goodwood Handicap, May 25, 2009) DOW Simon

›› 19 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Wendover Lady (Black Bottle Selling Stakes, August 24, 1990) DOYLE Jacqui

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Serramanna (Westler Foods Handicap, September 26, 2006)

›› Lennox Stakes (1) ›› Thoroughbred Stakes (1) ›› Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› On The House Stakes (1) ›› Stardom Stakes (1) DUNLOP John

›› 203 winners (42 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 8 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Storm Bird (New Ham Stakes, July 25, 1967) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Sussex Stakes (1) Celebration Mile (3) Goodwood Cup (2) King George Stakes (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (2) Gordon Stakes (6) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (3) Predominate Stakes (3) Prestige Stakes (2) Select Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (4) Foundation Stakes (3) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› Lupe Stakes (5) ›› March Stakes (2) ›› Stardom Stakes (2) DUTFIELD Nerys

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Misty Eyed (Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s 100th Birthday Molecomb Stakes, August 4, 2000)

›› 35 winners (9 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Marguerite Bay (Finnboard Maiden, May 24, 1995) Big race wins

›› Nassau Stakes (2) ›› Sussex Stakes (1)

›› 6 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Dutch Gold (Globtik Cup Handicap, August 25, 1973) Big race wins

›› Stewards’ Cup (1) EASTERBY Tim

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: For Your Eyes Only (William Hill Mile Handicap, July 30, 1998) Big race wins

›› Stewards’ Cup (1) ›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1) EDDERY Pat

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Cavort (Casco EBF Fillies’ Maiden, May 24, 2006) EGERTON Charles

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Arndilly (Southernprint Median Auction, August 27, 1993) ELLISON Brian

›› Molecomb Stakes (1)

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Hue (International Bureau Of Aviation Handicap, May 24, 2006)

DWYER Chris

ELSWORTH David

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Gavroche (Crimbourne Stud Handicap, June 11, 2004)

›› 73 winners (16 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Heighlin (Goodwood Handicap, July 30, 1980)

Big race wins

DUNLOP Ed

EASTERBY Mick

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Gordon Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (2) Stardom Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

ENRIGHT, Gerry

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: Gran Clicquot (Elm Farm Organic Research Centre Handicap, June 4, 2004) EUSTACE James

›› 6 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Wake Up (BBC Radio Sussex Handicap, June 15, 1990) Big race wins

›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1) EVANS David

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Shaffaaf (Westhampnett Handicap, September 12, 1992) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) FABRE Andre (FR)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Soviet Star (Cantor Spreadfair Sussex Stakes, July 29, 1987) Big race wins

›› Sussex Stakes (1) FAHEY Richard

Big race wins

›› Goodwood Cup (3)

›› 10 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Superior Premium (Vodafone Stewards’ Cup Handicap, August 1, 1998)


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FFRENCH DAVIS Dominic

›› Stewards’ Cup (1) ›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Head To Kerry (Kincsem Handicap, August 23, 2003)

FANSHAWE James

›› 28 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Stylish Senor (Gordon Stakes, July 30, 1991) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Sussex Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1) Alice Keppel Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Hugs Dancer (Marriott Hotels Goodwood Handicap, August 1, 2001) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) ›› Select Stakes (1)

FOX Jimmy

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dreaming Diva (Ecotek Cleanburn Nursery, August 26, 2001)

GOLDIE Jim

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Macaw (Seabeach Handicap, August 2, 2002)

GALLAGHER John FEILDEN Julia

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Team Mate (Macphie Foodservice Classified Stakes, September 25, 2002)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Lennox Stakes (1) Goodwood Cup (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (2) Select Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (5) Cocked Hat Stakes (2) Daisy Warwick Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (1) Height Of Fashion Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) GUBBY Brian

›› 13 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 – 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Belfort Ruler (High Wood Graduation Stakes, May 23, 1990)

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mac Gille Eoin (Abimara Handicap, June 15, 2007)

GOSDEN John

GIVEN James

Big race wins

GUEST Rae

›› 8 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood)

›› Nassau Stakes (1) ›› Celebration Mile (2)

›› 4 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood)

›› 120 winners (26 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 5 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Thakib (Surplice Stakes, August 4, 1990)


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›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Millyant (Molecomb Stakes, July 31, 1992) Big race wins

›› Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) ›› Molecomb Stakes (1)

HAMMOND John (FR)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mont Rocher (Foundation Stakes, September 26, 2001)

HAGGAS William

Big race wins

›› 20 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Munadhil (Pilley Green Maiden, September 12, 1987)

›› Foundation Stakes (1)

Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Molecomb Stakes (2) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Thunder Gorge (Betting Shops Back TurfTV Handicap, September 2, 2008)

Vintage Stakes (3) Gordon Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (3) Predominate Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (3) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (3) Starlit Stakes (1) Select Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (2)

HAMMOND Micky

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Hollins (Goodwood Stakes (Handicap), July 27, 2011 HANNON Richard

HAMILTONFAIRLEY Mouse

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

›› 229 winners (61 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 21 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Crespinall (Nassau Stakes, July 29, 1972) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (2) Sussex Stakes (2) Celebration Mile (2) King George Stakes (1) Lennox Stakes (2) Richmond Stakes (5)

HARRIS Milton

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Commemoration Day (Goodwood Aircraft Engineering Handicap, June 8, 2007)

›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Pride Of Hayling (St John Ambulance H’cap, June 30, 1995 HENDERSON Nicky

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Afrad (Goodwood Handicap, July 27, 2005) HERRIES Lady

›› 21 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Santi Sana (West Dean Maiden, August 23, 1991) Big race wins

HARRIS Ron

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Golden Dixie (ISS Facility Service Apprentice Handicap, May 20, 2005) HEDGER Peter

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood)

›› ›› ›› ››

Glorious Stakes (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (2) Foundation Stakes (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

HILLS John

›› 27 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: The Lionheart (Paul


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Masson Handicap, July 28, 1987) Big race wins

›› Gordon Stakes (1)

Catering Consultants Apprentice Handicap, September 21, 2011)

›› First Goodwood winner: Rififi (Ladbroke Racing Sprint Handicap, August 23, 1997)

HOWLING Paul

›› 8 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Canio (Westerton Handicap, May 22, 1984)

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sergeant Meryll (Mail On Sunday Handicap, September 12, 1987)

HOLLINSHEAD Reg

HUGHES Jo

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Castlerea Lad (Citroen Xantia Sprint Handicap, May 19, 1993)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Pat’s Legacy (Betting Shops Back TurfTV Handicap, August 30, 2011)

HODGES Ron

HOLT John

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Mata Hari Blue (Merbury

IVORY Dean

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Hereford Boy (TurfTV for Betting Shops Apprentice Handicap, October 4, 2007)

JARVIS William

›› 16 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Raisinhell (Boxgrove Maiden, May 21, 1986) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Richmond Stakes (1) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1)

JENKINS John JARVIS Alan

›› 21 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Lennox Lewis (Judy Scott-Barrett Nursery, July 26, 1994)

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Actinium (Pimm’s Goodwood Handicap, July 29, 1987)

INGRAM Roger

Big race wins

JEWELL Linda

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

›› Goodwood Cup (1)

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none


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›› First Goodwood winner: Rowe Park (Baker Tilly Trophy Handicap, May 24, 2007) JOHNSON Brett

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: King’s Colour (Goodwood Revival Handicap, August 29, 2009) JOHNSON HOUGHTON Eve

›› 7 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mujood (Royal Sussex Regiment Handicap, May 5, 2007) JOHNSTON Mark

›› 78 winners (50 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: The Can Can Man (SIS Handicap, May 23, 1991) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

King George Stakes (1) Goodwood Cup (5) Richmond Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (3) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (3) Gordon Stakes (2) Prestige Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (2) Foundation Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1) Tapster Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (4)

KELLEWAY Gay

›› 7 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Alkateb (Festival Of Speed Classic Maiden, June 23, 1995)

›› First Goodwood winner: Meeznah (i-Shares Fillies’ Stakes (Registered As the Lillie Langtry Stakes), July 28, 2011) Big race wins

›› Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) LAVELLE Emma

KING Alan

›› 6 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Franchoek (Tetley Tea Handicap, September 4, 2007) KIRK Sylvester

›› 16 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Duke Of Earl (Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Handicap, May 21, 2002)

›› First Goodwood winner: Unavailable (CSMA & Frizzell 80th Anniversary Fillies’ Maiden, August 24, 2003)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Stage Secret (Singleton Handicap, May 18, 2005) LELLOUCHE Elie (FR)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Bigstone (Sussex Stakes, July 28, 1993) Big race win

›› Sussex Stakes (1)

MAKIN Peter

›› 28 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Golden Viking (Mortar Mill Handicap, May 23, 1968) Big race wins

›› Conqueror Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) MARGARSON George

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kyle Of Lochalsh (Aviation Industries Handicap, May 29, 2003)

Big race win

LIDDERDALE Alastair

›› Prestige Stakes (1) ›› Stardom Stakes (1)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kilburn (June Friday Evenings At Goodwood Handicap, May 31, 2010)

McCARTHY Tim

LITTMODEN Nick

McMAHON Ed

›› 9 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Tallulah Belle (Drawing Room Handicap, July 30, 1998)

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Terentia (Racing UK TV Handicap, August 4, 2006)

KITTOW Stuart

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dove Cottage (CSMA Drive Home Safely Handicap, August 28, 2005) KNIGHT William

›› 9 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Illustrious Blue (Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie Memorial Handicap, August 1, 2006)

KEDDY Tommy

Big race wins

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Silvaline (Motoring & Leisure Drive Home Safely Handicap, September 12, 2003)

›› Goodwood Cup (1) ›› Glorious Stakes (1) ›› Festival Stakes (1)

Big race wins

›› Starlit Stakes (1) MADGWICK Michael

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Loch Patrick (Cocked Hat Conditions Stakes, May 21, 1996)

LANIGAN David

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Jimmy Ryan (Turf Club Handicap, July 30, 2004)

MAGNUSSON Mikael

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

MEEHAN Brian

›› 47 winners (15 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Silent Expression (Kidsons Impey Trophy Handicap, May 25, 1995) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Richmond Stakes (2) Prestige Stakes (2) Select Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Cocked Hat Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1)


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›› Stardom Stakes (1) ›› Betfred Mile Handicap (1) MILLMAN Rod

›› 11 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sporting Simon (Mixed Doubles Handicap, August 25, 1990) Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1) MILLS Robert

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Petara Bay (Toyo Tires Summer Stakes (Handicap), July 30, 2011) MONGAN Laura

›› 3 winners (none at Festival) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Dakiyah (Ecologist Handicap, June 6, 2008) MOORE Gary

›› 46 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Jondebe Boy (Weathercall Handicap, May 24, 1990)

MORRISON Hughie

›› 16 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Pango (Darnley Handicap, July 27, 2004) MUIR William

›› 26 winners (5 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Wild Honour (Ralph Hubbard Nursery, July 30, 1991) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) MURPHY Anabel

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: C’Mon You Irons (Tanqueray Handicap, June 10, 2011) MURPHY Ferdy

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: French Ivy (Ucello II & Ubu III NH Jockeys Handicap, August 24, 1996)

›› First Goodwood winner: My Brother (Coffee Nation Cup NSPCC Apprentices’ Handicap, June 23, 2000) NEWCOMBE Tony

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Casual Water (Trundle Handicap, August 3, 1996) NICHOLLS David

›› 41 winners (30 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Double Oscar (Charlton Handicap, July 29, 1998)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Lone Piper (Kerry Foodservice Handicap, September 26, 2001) ›› 2 winners (one at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Estate (Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, October 14, 2007)

›› NOSEDA Jeremy

›› 28 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Blushing Bride (ROA Auction Stakes, September 20, 2000) Big race wins

›› March Stakes (1)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Democracy (Spirit FM Amateur Riders’ Handicap, June 8, 2001) MUSSON Willie

O’BRIEN Aidan (IRE)

›› 10 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Sidab (Vat Watkins Nursery, August 27, 1982)

›› 13 winners (11 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Orpen (EBF Richard Baerlein Maiden Stakes, August 1, 1998)

NAYLOR Jeremy

Big race wins

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

›› Nassau Stakes (2) ›› Sussex Stakes (4) ›› Goodwood Cup (2)

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mr Rough (Frialator International Claiming Handicap, September 30, 1994)

O’KEEFFE Jedd

O’NEILL Eoghan (FR)

King George Stakes (2) Molecomb Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (3)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

MORRIS Dave

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Albaqaa (Telegraph Apprentice Handicap, July 30, 2011)

›› ›› ›› ››

MURPHY Pat

›› 6 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Mislead (Equity Financial Collections Nursery, July 31, 1997) ››

O’GORMAN P J

Big race wins

Big race wins

MOORE Stan

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Richmond Stakes (1) ›› Gordon Stakes (1)

Sussex Stakes (1) Richmond Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (2) Molecomb Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (1) Supreme Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1)

Big race wins

›› Richmond Stakes (1) O’NEILL Jonjo

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Spectroscope (Abba Inferno Maiden Handicap, August 24, 2002) OSBORNE Jamie

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Tough Nut (Tangmere Selling Stakes, May 30, 2002) O’SHEA John

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Brads House (Renault Van Handicap, June 17, 2005)


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PALLING Bryn

›› 8 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Carranita (Citroen Xantia Sprint Handicap, May 18, 1994) PERRETT Amanda

›› 50 winners (6 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 4 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Transom (Mortar Mill Handicap, June 12, 1997) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Celebration Mile (1) Oak Tree Stakes (1) Alice Keppel Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Lupe Stakes (1) March Stakes (3)

PHELAN Pat

›› 2 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Do More Business (Goodwood Family Fun Day Selling Stakes, May 25, 2009) PHILLIPS Richard

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Whenever (Goodwood Racehorse Owners’ Group Maiden, October 4, 2007) PORTMAN Jonny

›› 5 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 3 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Looking For Love (CSMA - It Pays To Belong Classified Stakes, August 26, 2001) POULTON Jamie

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none

›› First Goodwood winner: Arnie (Brooklands Anniversary Apprentice Handicap, June 20, 1997) POWELL Brendan

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Who’s Winning (Plantation Handicap, September 11 2004) PRESCOTT Sir Mark

›› 26 winners (7 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Ringed Aureole (Royal Sussex Stakes, September 13, 1976) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (2) Prestige Stakes (1) March Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (1) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

PRICE Richard

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Court Shareef (Jaguar Art Of Performance Handicap, June 23, 2000) QUINLAN Mick

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Celtic Sixpence (Bet At Bluesq.com Median Auction Maiden Stakes October 19, 2010) QUINLAN Noel

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Blanche Dubawi (Irish Stallions Farms EBF Fillies’ Stakes, August 27, 2011)

QUINN John A (IRE)

RYAN Kevin

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dannabelle (Bollinger Champagne Challenge Series Handicap (Amateurs), August 19, 2006)

›› 3 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Parisian Pyramid (totescoop6 Handicap, May 22, 2010) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1)

QUINN John J

SALAMAN Matthew

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Fantasy Believer (Stewards’ Sprint Handicap, August 4, 2006)

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Touch Of Style (Request Handicap, June 18, 2010)

RATCLIFFE Bill

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Colorus (Merbury 20th Anniversary Apprentice Handicap, September 22, 2010) REID Andrew

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Mutamared (Goodwood Revival 1820 September Handicap, September 13, 2009) ROWE Richard

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Touching Times (St John Ambulance Handicap, June 25, 1993) RYAN John

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kaolak (South Coast Handicap, August 30, 2009)

SAUNDERS Malcolm

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Chakra (Casco Handicap, May 31, 2001) SCARGILL Jon

›› 2 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Four-Legged Friend (Highland Spring ROA Auction Stakes, June 7, 1988) SEMPLE Ian

›› 1 winner (one at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Kelburne (New Paddock Handicap, July 31, 2001) SHAW Derek

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Blushing Spur (Goodwood Aerodrome Handicap, May 30, 2002) SHERWOOD Oliver

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none


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›› First Goodwood winner: Father Sky (Ucello II and Ubu III Trophy Handicap, September 25, 1997) SIMCOCK David

›› 8 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Elisha (Goodwood Flying School Maiden Auction, May 26, 2004) SMART Bryan

›› 7 winners (3 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Polly Peculiar (Battle of Britain Westhampnett Amateur Limited Stakes, September 14, 1996) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Oak Tree Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1)

SQUANCE Michael

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Averoo (Frankie Fillies And Frocks On 11 June Handicap, June 4, 2010) ›› STACK Tommy (IRE)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Title Roll (King George Stakes, August 1, 1991) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) STOREY Wilf

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Great Easeby (Highland Spring ROA Handicap, September 14, 1996) STOUTE Sir Michael

SPEARING John

›› 4 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: EC Lady (Tangmere Selling Stakes, May 31, 2001)

›› 154 winners (69 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Alphadamus (Stewards’ Cup, July 31, 1973) Big race wins

›› Nassau Stakes (7)

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Sussex Stakes (3) Celebration Mile (8) Goodwood Cup (3) King George Stakes (3) Richmond Stakes (1) Vintage Stakes (1) Glorious Stakes (3) Gordon Stakes (7) Lillie Langtry Stakes (1) Molecomb Stakes (2) Oak Tree Stakes (2) Predominate Stakes (1) Prestige Stakes (4) Select Stakes (2) Supreme Stakes (3) Thoroughbred Stakes (2) Alice Keppel Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (2) Lupe Stakes (3) March Stakes (6) On The House Stakes (1) Stardom Stakes (2) Stewards’ Cup (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (2)

›› 2011 - 2 winners ›› First Goodwood winner: Tamayaz (Vodafone Nursery, July 29, 1995) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Nassau Stakes (1) Sussex Stakes (3) Celebration Mile (4) Goodwood Cup (2) Lennox Stakes (2) Vintage Stakes (2) Glorious Stakes (1) Gordon Stakes (2) Predominate Stakes (3) Select Stakes (3) Supreme Stakes (1) Thoroughbred Stakes (1) Conqueror Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (1) Foundation Stakes (6 March Stakes (1) On the House Stakes (3) Stardom Stakes (2) Tapster Stakes (2 Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

STUBBS Linda

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Midnight Venture (Daily Star Maiden Auction, August 26, 2000) SUROOR Saeed bin

›› 69 winners (19 at Glorious Goodwood)

SWINBANK Alan

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: What-A-Dancer (Seafrance Dover-Calais Ferries Classified Stakes, August 24, 2003)


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TURNER Bill

›› 4 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Alexanda The Great (Golden Lion Stakes, September 10, 1977)

›› 5 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Fangio (Argus Claiming Stakes, June 23, 1995)

TINKLER Nigel

›› 9 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: My Chiara (Avant-Garde Maiden, May 27, 1988)

USHER Mark

›› 3 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Super Benz (Pilley Green Handicap, August 24, 1991) TOLLER James

›› 5 winners (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Jalfrezi (ladbrokes.com Handicap, July 28, 1995)

VAUGHAN Ed

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Forehand (BBC Southern Counties Radio Handicap, June 17, 2005) VAUGHAN Nicky

TOMPKINS Mark

›› 17 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Pokey’s Pride (Trundle Handicap, July 29, 1989)

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Supercast (Ecologist Handicap, June 5, 2009)

Big race wins

WACHMAN David (IRE)

›› Lillie Langtry Stakes (1)

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Requinto (Bet365 Molecomb Stakes, July 26, 2011)

TREGONING Marcus

›› 50 winners (8 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner ›› First Goodwood winner: Maghaarb (Frizzell Insurance Maiden, June 28, 1998)

Big race wins

›› Molecomb Stakes (1)

Big race wins

WADHAM Lucy

›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Enforce (betdirect. com EBF Conqueror Stakes, May 3, 2008)

Celebration Mile (1) Lennox Stakes (2) Vintage Stakes (2) Molecomb Stakes (1) Predominate Stakes (2) Select Stakes (23) Conqueror Stakes (1) Festival Stakes (2) Foundation Stakes (2) March Stakes (2) Betfred Mile Handicap (1)

Big race wins

›› Conqueror Stakes (1) WALKER Ed

›› 1 winner (1 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - 1 winner

›› First Goodwood winner: Red Gulch (Poker At Bet365 Handicap, July 26, 2011) WALL Chris

›› 18 winners (4 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Chamonis (Boxgrove Maiden, May 21, 1987) Big race wins

›› ›› ›› ››

Oak Tree Stakes (1) On The House Stakes (1) Starlit Stakes (1) Stewards’ Cup (1)

WILLIAMS Dai

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Seaside Minstrel (Christy Apprentice Handicap, August 26, 1994) WILLIAMS Ian

›› 4 winners (1 at Festival) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood Winner: The Prince (Trundle Premier Claiming Stakes, September 11, 2004) WILLIAMS Stuart

WEBBER Paul

›› 2 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Ulundi (Chichester Festival Theatre Conditions Stakes, May 23, 2001) WELD Dermot (IRE)

›› 2 winners (2 at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Red Alert (Spillers Stewards’ Cup, July 30, 1974) Big race wins

›› King George Stakes (1) ›› Stewards’ Cup (1) WHEELER Eric

›› 6 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Dancing Mystery (Frialator International Handicap, September 23, 1998) WIGHAM Michael

›› 1 winner (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Polar Mist (Royal Sussex Regiment Apprentice Handicap, May 25, 2000)

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Little Acorn (Highland Spring/ROA Handicap, September 12, 1998) WOOD Ian

›› 5 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011 - none ›› First Goodwood winner: Thesaurus (Aviation Industries Handicap, May 30, 2002) WOODMAN Steve

›› 3 winners (none at Glorious Goodwood) ›› 2011- none ›› First Goodwood winner: Common Consent (The Mail on Sunday/Tote Mile Handicap, June 30, 2002) ZAROONI, Mahmood Al

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KEY DATES IN GOODWOOD’S HISTORY 1697

The first Duke of Richmond purchased a hunting lodge in Sussex at Goodwood so as to hunt with the nearby the Charlton Hunt, the first pack of foxhounds formed in England. 1758

The second Duke built the stables, in which the runners are still accommodated today, for his hunters. The stables, to be seen on the south side of Goodwood House, were designed by Sir William Chambers, the greatest architect of the time. 1801

Goodwood first staged racing with a two-day meeting organised by the third Duke of Richmond. 1802

A three-day meeting was held under Jockey Club rules in April, incorporating two City of Chichester Plates, the first over two miles and the second over three miles.

Most events were still run in heats in 1802. The first horse to win two heats was the outright winner, while those beaten could be withdrawn at any stage. The opening race on the first day of the inaugural meeting, Wednesday, April 28, 1802, was the Hunting Club Subscription which cost 20 guineas to enter and was run in two-mile heats. There were four runners. Pantagruel, carrying 11st 13lb, beat Cornwallis (12st 7lb) in the first heat, finished third to Cornwallis in the second, and then beat Cornwallis again in the third heat, to win the stakes. Thus Pantagruel and Cornwallis both covered six miles, under jumping weights, before the issue was resolved. On the third and final day of the meeting the City of Chichester Stakes, of £50 each, was run in three-mile heats. Fortunately for the five-year-old Mystery, owned by Mr Ladbroke the banker, he won in straight heats, so he too had to cover only six miles, whereas it could have been nine miles or even further. Running in heats was an arduous ordeal by today’s standards, notwithstanding the fact that racing started in the morning, so that horses were afforded more respite than would have been the

case if everything had had to be decided during the afternoon. 1812

The first running of the Goodwood Cup took place in May. 1814

Goodwood’s only race meeting was moved to July and the Festival has remained there ever since. It always starts in July but sometimes slips into August. 1824

Horses taking part in the Cocked Hat Stakes had to be ridden by gentlemen wearing cocked hats! The race was won by a chestnut mare called Olive, ridden by the redoubtable Lord George Bentinck, who was to become known as the “Dictator of The Turf”. 1830

A new grandstand was built by the fifth Duke of Richmond. William IV, known as “the Sailor King”, won the Goodwood Cup with Fleur De Lis. The horse had captured the 1829 renewal for his late brother King George VI.


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Forty five horses had been due to face the starter in the Stewards’ Cup of 1861, but many of them were unable to line up due to a severe lack of jockeys. Plenty of those that came under orders were partnered by incompetent pilots, but out of the chaos emerged the winner, Croagh Patrick, who was the subject of a huge gamble.

Cup. In his eagerness to reach the start early and secure the best position, there being no draw for races in those days, he took the mare through the crowd. After Modena had won, Archer was reprimanded by the stewards for going down before the order to clear the course had been given. He won the race again on Trappist the following year, and might have won for a third time on Hackthorpe in 1880, instead of being beaten a head, had he not put up a pound overweight at 8st 8lb.

1865

1877

The Molecomb Stakes was run for the first time.

Gladiateur, the first French-bred horse to win the Derby, was also seen to advantage at Goodwood on his next start, winning the Drawing Room Stakes by 40 lengths.

1840

1866

A field of 22 went to post for the first running of the Stewards’ Cup. The winner was the John Bowes-owned six-year-old Epirus, trained by the great John Scott at Malton in North Yorkshire.

Harry Custance, a leading jockey, had an unpleasant experience before the running of the Chesterfield Cup. Fearing that he would have trouble with the foul-tempered Broomielaw, he obtained permission for the colt to be led, rather than cantered, to the post, while he followed on foot. When Custance removed his coat, Broomielaw came for him open-mouthed, roaring like a bull. While the lad used the coat as a blindfold, Custance jumped in the saddle, from which the horse tried to dislodge him by bucking, kicking and rearing, eventually going down on his knees to tear the turf with his teeth. Having delayed the start for half an hour, Broomielaw eventually jumped off, with a long tom cracked beneath his hocks, and won by three parts of a length from Ostreger. He never ran again.

The first staging of the Richmond Stakes proved an instant success as a Classic trial with the winner Janette going on to win the Oaks and St Leger the following year. Matthew Dawson trained Janette and also the following year’s winner Wheel of Fortune.

1831

Priam, owned by the Earl of Chesterfield, became the first Derby winner to seal victory in the Goodwood Cup, denying Fleur De Lis a hat-trick. The race was worth £300, of which £100 was given by the City of Chichester. Priam was a horse of exquisite quality. When in extreme old age, and longretired, the Goodwood trainer John Kent wrote: “In my opinion, and I am never tired of repeating it, Priam was the best and most perfectly-shaped racehorse I ever saw.” Priam gained a second Goodwood Cup success in 1832. 1833.

The Dukes of Richmond are also Dukes of Aubigny in France so it was fitting that the Goodwood Cup of 1840 went to the French-trained Beggarman, owned by the heir to the French throne, the Duc d’Orleans. 1841

The Sussex Stakes was first run as a race for two-year-olds. It remained in that guise for 37 years, during which time it was uncontested on 25 occasions, with 14 walkovers. 1854

Virago won the Goodwood Cup by 15 lengths and two days later the threeyear-old filly completed a rare double when landing the Nassau Stakes. She had already won the 1,000 Guineas, after taking the City & Suburban and Great Metropolitan handicaps on the same day at Epsom’s Spring Meeting and two valuable races on consecutive days at York. Virago was trained by John Barham Day in the Michel Grove stable at Findon, a few miles across the Sussex Downs from Goodwood, and ran in the colours of ‘Mr Howard’,

the nom de course of the moneylender Henry Padwick. 1861

1873

Two of the three runners in the Goodwood Cup of 1873 were the Derby winners Favonius and Cremorne. Both were beaten by outsider Flageolet, a three-year-old who stormed home 30 lengths clear of Favonius. 1874

Goodwood has always been a happy hunting ground for the top jockeys, but 17-year-old Fred Archer found himself in trouble in 1874, when he rode Modena at 7st 1lb in the Stewards’

During the first decade of the Richmond Stakes, the contest was dominated by Fred Archer. Having won the inaugural race on Jannette, the jockey was successful again in each of the next four seasons and for a sixth time on Rosy Morn in 1884. The other two Goodwood races in which he had outstanding records were the Molecomb Stakes, with six winners between 1877 and 1886, and the Nassau Stakes, which he won five times between 1875 and 1885. 1878

The Sussex Stakes became a mile race for three-year-olds. The great Hungarian filly Kincsem, born in 1874, made her only appearance in England a memorable one with victory in the Goodwood Cup. Kincsem retired unbeaten after 54 races spanning five countries. She was very attached to her favourite cat, so much so that she would not move or travel without the animal. 1880

Bend Or was the first of five Derby winners to have won the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood the year before. The others were the Prince Of Wales’s Persimmon (1896), Pommern (1915), Manna (1925) and Mahmoud (1936).


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1891

Among the many Derby winners successful at Goodwood as two-yearolds was Iroquois, who became the first American-bred horse to triumph in the premier Classic. He started 4/6 favourite for the Lavant Stakes the year before at Goodwood and gave Isola Madre 8lb and a half-length beating.

Nineteen-year-old Otto Madden was following in something of a family tradition when winning the Stewards’ Cup on Unicorn in 1891. His father had also obtained an important success at the course, having won the Goodwood Cup on Kincsem 13 years earlier.

seven seasons prior to the outbreak of the First World War. Following being beaten a neck when three in 1908, he went down by a neck again in 1910 and finished runner-up for a third and fourth time in 1912 and 1913. In addition, he was unplaced in 1909, 1911 and 1914.

1892

1910

Marvel, trained by Richard Marsh for the eighth Duke of Devonshire, won the Stewards’ Cup in 1890 and 1892. So badly deformed was Marvel as a foal, that he was nearly shot.

The Felix Leach-trained Magic caused the biggest upset in Goodwood Cup history when defeating the previous year’s St Leger winner Bayardo, who was sent off at the prohibitive odds of 1-20 among the three runners.

1884

The Duke of Portland’s St Simon, arguably the greatest racehorse of the 19th century, won the Goodwood Cup of 1884 as a three-year-old, beating the 1883 St Leger winner Ossian by 20 lengths. This brilliant colt was also twice successful at Goodwood as a twoyear-old, being ridden by Fred Archer on both occasions. He was trained at Newmarket by the great Matthew Dawson. An unqualified success as a stallion, St Simon was champion sire nine times.

1895

Persimmon, a son of great St Simon, won the 1895 Richmond Stakes for the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. Persimmon was one of five winners of the Richmond Stakes to go on and triumph in the Derby. 1900

1886

Fred Archer enjoyed at least 99 successes at Goodwood. It is impossible to be precise, as the name of the jockey who walked over on a horse was not recorded until 1880. The first winner that he rode at the course was East Acton in 1873 and the last was Cavalier in the Charlton Welter Handicap, four months before he took his own life at the age of 29 in 1886. 1887

Morny Cannon, then 14 and weighing in at 6st 3lb, won the Stewards’ Cup aboard Upset. Runner-up was Tib, ridden by his brother Tom Cannon Jnr and trained by his father Tom Cannon Snr. Tib avenged the defeat in 1888. Lester Piggott is Tom Cannon Snr’s great-grandson. Morny and Tom Cannon Jnr were his great uncles, with their sister Margaret being the wife of the great jockey’s grandfather Ernie Piggott.

American jockeys dominated the Festival meeting in 1900. Little Johnny Reiff, known as ‘Knickerbocker’ Reiff, rode the winner in eight races. These included the Stewards’ Cup on Royal Flush and the Rous Memorial Stakes on Volodyovski, who was successful in the Derby the following year. In addition, elder brother Lester Reiff won the Sussex Stakes on The Raft and the Richmond Stakes on Handicapper. Lester Reiff finished the season as champion jockey, but was warned off for stopping a horse at Manchester in 1901, when John Reiff discreetly retired to France. 1902

The Gordon Stakes, now sponsored by bet365, was first run. 1903

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1904 1888

Three fillies have completed the Sussex Stakes/Blue Square Nassau Stakes double in the same year: Zanzibar in 1888, Waldorf Astor’s celebrated Winkipop in 1910, and 1,000 Guineas third Olein in 1939.

A new two-tiered open grandstand replaced the old one. 1908

No horse better deserved to win the Stewards’ Cup, but was never rewarded by success than Solly Joel’s Poor Boy, who ran in the race in each of the

1911

The five-furlong King George Stakes, now sponsored by Tanqueray, was first run. 1914

The previous year’s winner, Lord Annandale, dead-heated for first and thus became the first horse to win the Stewards’ Cup in consecutive years. 1921

Tetratema was the first of six dual winners of the King George Stakes. The others to achieve this feat were Stingo (1930 & 1931), Veuve Clicquot (1936 & 1937), Abernant (1949 & 1950), Right Boy (1958 & 1959) and Lochsong (1993 & 1994). 1930

Brown Jack, the best-loved horse to race between the world wars, was ridden by Steve Donoghue to obtain one of the most important successes of his long career in the Goodwood Cup of 1930. In addition, the great stayer won the Queen Alexandra Stakes at Ascot six times, the Ascot Stakes, the Chester Cup, the Ebor Handicap at York and the second running of Cheltenham’s Champion Hurdle. Brown Jack was owned by Sir Harold Wernher, whose grandson Nicky Phillips won the Blue Square Nassau Stakes with Roussalka in 1975 and 1976.


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Trainer Basil Jarvis and jockey Tommy Lowrey brought off a remarkable treble for Lord Glanely, the shipping magnate, in 1939. They won the Halnaker Stakes, the last race on Tuesday, with Ashford Bend, the Sussex Stakes, the first on Wednesday, with Olein, and then the next race on the card, the Lavant Stakes, with British Empire. At that last meeting at Goodwood before the war, they also won the Goodwood Cup with Dubonnet and brought out Olein again to score in the Blue Square Nassau Stakes. 1939-1945

Goodwood was closed for the duration of the Second World War. The army was billeted in the stands and other buildings, being joined just prior to D-Day by the RAF in which the Duke Of Richmond was serving. Goodwood House became a hospital. The course may not have been in use, but the name was not forgotten. The action, with which the final phase of the war in north-west Europe began, was codenamed ‘Operation Goodwood’.

year from 1947 to 1952, as well as on Myrobella in 1933 and Neuvy in 1938. 1948

Goodwood’s motor circuit was first used for racing. The former George Todd Apprentice Handicap commemorated the trainer who won many of the most important events at Goodwood while he had the famous Manton stable, including the Stewards’ Cup with Dramatic in 1948, the Sussex Stakes with Roan Rocket in 1964 and the Goodwood Stakes with French Design in both 1952 and 1955. George Todd died in 1974, a few months after his retirement 1949

Gordon Richards rode 11 winners at Glorious Goodwood that year. His record at the then four-day meeting between 1946 and 1953 was 61 successes. The introduction of the photo-finish camera to British racing in 1947 did not produce the desired infallible verdicts immediately and some of the most serious of its teething problems centred upon a race at Goodwood.

1946

Gordon Richards, the famous jockey who was knighted in 1953, made the Sussex Stakes almost his own from 1946 through to 1952, winning the mile contest five times in seven runnings. Radiotherapy was his successful Mount in 1946. He won the race eight times in all. 1946-48

An August meeting was staged in addition to the Festival meeting to make up for no racing having taken place at Goodwood during World War Two. 1947

The first BBC radio broadcast of horseracing happened at Goodwood on July 30 on the Light programme, with commentary by Frank More O’Ferrall. Gordon Richards started a remarkable string of successes in the King George Stakes, winning the sprint every

quarters of Philip Mitchell, at Epsom. Wood was the son of the Victorian jockey Charlie Wood, who became champion on the death of Fred Archer. Wood senior won the Stewards’ Cup twice, on Peter in 1879 and Hornpipe in 1883. 1950

Lester Piggott rode the first of 197 Goodwood winners aboard Vidi Vici in a handicap on July 25. 1952

Goodwood became the first British course to provide racegoers with live commentaries over loudspeakers in 1952. It had long been the ambition of that progressive clerk of the course Ralph Hubbard to have the public address system used for that purpose. The first commentary was given by Bob Haynes. The Ralph Hubbard Memorial Nursery, run for a long time, was a reminder of the man who did so much to raise the standard of racing and improve the facilities for the public at Goodwood. 1953

After Lord Astor’s popular old horse High Stakes, ridden by Sir Gordon Richards, and the Frenchtrained Hornet III, the mount of Rae Johnstone, had fought out a desperate finish to the Bentinck Stakes, the judge, Malcolm Hancock, was handed a distorted print, in which the head of one horse appeared transposed on to the neck of the other.

A record crowd of 55,000 watched the first day of the Festival meeting.

By way of interpretation of this optical illusion, Hancock gave High Stakes the win by a short-head. Having examined the photograph further, the local stewards were convinced the judge was in error and the Jockey Club stewards reached the same conclusion, but it was too late under the rules then prevailing to alter the result.

1956

The Stewards’ Cup was won in 1949 by The Bite, ridden by Bert Packham, by a short-head from Spartan Scarifice, the mount of Michael Beary. The Bite was trained by Jimmy Wood at Downs House Stable, subsequently the

1954

The Queen owned the winner of the Sussex Stakes, Landau, who was ridden by Willie Snaith following an accident to Gordon Richards which ended the illustrious jockey’s career 18 days earlier. The first televised coverage by the BBC occurred on July 31, with three races shown live. Race commentary came from Peter O’Sullevan, with observations from the paddock by Clive Graham.


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1974

Lester Piggott’s big-race record at Goodwood was, like almost everywhere else, second to none. After his first major win at Goodwood on Abelia in the 1957 Molecomb Stakes, Piggott dominated the Festival meeting. He won the bet365 Gordon Stakes four times, the Artemis Goodwood Cup and Blue Square Nassau Stakes five times each, the QIPCO Sussex and Audi Richmond Stakes six times each, the bet365 Molecomb Stakes eight times and the Tanqueray King George Stakes on no less than nine occasions. He rode his first Goodwood winner on July 25, 1950, on the handicapper Vidi Vici and in 1974 he partnered nine winners at the Festival Meeting. In total, he rode 197 winners at Goodwood.

Three new fixtures were introduced at Goodwood (two in August, one in September).

Take a Reef’s half-length success in the 1974 Extel Handicap (now the bet365 Handicap), under a welter burden of 9st 11lb, entitled the Bruce Hobbstrained three-year-old to be rated the best of his generation according to the official handicappers, ahead of the Derby winner Snow Knight and the 2,000 Guineas hero Nonoalco.

1958

Largely through his achievements at Goodwood, Predominate became the most popular horse of his day. A lean, lanky chestnut gelding owned by Jim Joel, nephew of Solly Joel, Predominate gained three successive wins in the Goodwood Stakes starting in 1958. As a nine-year-old in 1961, he became the oldest horse to have won the Goodwood Cup (his record was beaten by 10-year-old Persian Punch in 2003) when holding on grimly to resist the challenge of Shatter by a shorthead. Goodwood’s Derby trial at the May meeting until 2006 was named in Predominate’s honour.

The March Stakes, designed to be a St Leger trial, was founded. 1967

Sir Gordon Richards, following eight victories in the Sussex Stakes as a jockey, saddled Reform to win the mile race. The Celebration Mile, now sponsored by Betfair, was first run in late August. Goodwood saw the biggest tote Jackpot pool of £412,687 on July 28, 1967, which paid a dividend of £745 to the 409 winning tickets. The record remained in place until 1991. 1968

The May meeting was introduced. Sky Diver, trained by Peter PayneGallwey at Lambourn, was successful in the Stewards’ Cup in both 1967 and 1968, becoming the most recent winner in successive years. Glorious Goodwood (the Festival meeting) was extended to five days, with the addition of Saturday racing. The Predominate Stakes, a Derby trial, was introduced at the May meeting.

Derby winner St Paddy, the 8/11 favourite, was beaten half a length in the Gordon Stakes by Kipling, the mount of Geoff Lewis and trained by Peter Hastings-Bass.

1971

The Sussex Stakes was opened to fouryear-olds, in addition to three-yearolds, so as to increase the number of runners in Goodwood’s feature race.

1972

This was the last year of Goodwood just staging four days of racing annually in July.

The Vintage Stakes, now sponsored by Veuve Clicquot, was first run and has produced three Derby winners Troy, Dr Devious and Sir Percy - and two 2,000 Guineas scorers - Don’t Forget Me and Mister Baileys - plus many other top horses from among its victors. Court Lane proved successful three times at Goodwood, taking the Drayton Handicap, the Waterford Rosebowl Handicap and the John Kent Handicap for trainer Gavin Hunter. 1976

The parade ring and weighing room were moved from the western end of the course to behind the main stand and thus became much more accessible.

1970

1960

1964

1975

Brigadier Gerard, one of the best racehorses ever seen, won the Sussex Stakes easily by five lengths. He was defeated only once in 18 starts. Scottish Rifle, trained by John Dunlop, won three races at Goodwood, the Predominate Stakes, the bet365 Gordon Stakes and the Windflower March Stakes. The Lupe Stakes, an Oaks trial, was introduced at the May meeting.

The Henry Cecil-trained Fool’s Mate, winner of 13 races, enjoyed two Glorious Goodwood successes under Lester Piggott, taking the 12-furlong Trundle Handicap, the first race on the opening day, and the PTS Laurels Handicap over 10 furlongs on the final day. 1978

Troy took the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes at Goodwood as a two-yearold and in 1979 went on to capture the Predominate Stakes at Goodwood’s May meeting on his way to winning the 200th Derby at Epsom Downs. Trainer Luca Cumani burst onto the scene at Goodwood in 1978. Kilroy Hawk’s victory in the Bain Dawes Maiden Stakes on September 16 was his first winner at the course, and was followed by two more winners that afternoon - Lily Marlene in the Pilleygreen Stakes and Music By Hand in the Inkpen Stakes. All three were


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ridden by Pat Eddery and were hardly unexpected - they all started heavilybacked, odds-on favourites. It was an early warning for bookmakers that Cumani was a trainer to be feared at Goodwood. His consecutive victories in the Extel Handicap (now the bet365 Handicap) with Free Guest (1984), Fish N’ Chips (1985) and Chinoiserie (1986) left many a bookmaker licking his wounds and the Newmarket-based handler has continued to do well at the course.

at the track with Almost Blue on July 29, 1988. He retired at the end of the 1999 season, having saddled 18 winners at Goodwood over the course of his career, 10 of which came at Glorious Goodwood, which was very much an annual pilgrimage for the Lancashirebased trainer. His trademark red shirt was last seen in the winner’s enclosure at Goodwood on July 31, 1998, when Eastern Lyric triumphed under a fine ride from Kieren Fallon in the Singleton Handicap.

1980

Mtoto, the brilliant winner of the Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown (1987, 1988) and the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot (1988), started his 1988 campaign in the most controversial circumstances in Goodwood’s Festival Stakes. The drama that unfolded was none of his doing, however. Mtoto won the race convincingly in the style expected of an odds-on favourite, but the whole field had been directed on to the wrong course by dolls incorrectly positioned (resulting in the horses covering appreciably less than the 10 furlongs which had been the intended race distance). The stewards were left with no option but to declare the race void and refund all stake money.

The March Stand was opened by Her Majesty the Queen on the opening day of Glorious Goodwood, Tuesday, July 29, 1980. 1982

The first running of the Goodwood Handicap (now the Goodwood Stakes) was held at Santa Anita, California, following a partnership between Oak Tree Racing Association and Goodwood Racecourse. The Oak Tree Stakes was run for the first time at Goodwood at the Festival meeting. The race, open to fillies and mares and run over seven furlongs, had been founded two years beforehand. 1984

The Con Horgan-trained Sarah’s Venture had three successes at Goodwood during the year - in the Rookwood Apprentice Handicap, the George Todd Apprentice Challenge and the Federation of Sussex Industries Handicap. 1985

The first evening fixture was staged in June. Steve Cauthen, an American jockey, enjoyed considerable success at Goodwood, riding 94 winners before his retirement in 1993. One of the races he did best in was the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes. His first winner was on Faustus in 1985 and two more came on High Estate (1988) and Be My Chief (1989), all trained by Henry Cecil. 1988

Jack Berry, a popular character at Goodwood, saddled his first winner

1989

The current Duke became the 10th Duke of Richmond and the Charlton Stand was opened. Kerita, trained by Fulke Johnson Houghton, won three times on three separate racedays in 1989, with each race over seven furlongs. Starting in the Boxgrove Maiden Fillies’ Stakes in May, she progressed to Listed success in the Oak Tree Stakes at the Festival meeting before taking the Group Three Supreme Stakes in October. 1990

The Sussex Stand was opened by peerless BBC commentator Peter O’Sullevan (later Sir). 1991

Owner Jeff Smith enjoyed a remarkable run of success at Goodwood from 1991 in which year Flashfoot (twice), Primitive Singer, Northern Habit and

Philidor won for him. The following year saw Lochsong’s victory in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup and 1993 brought success from Lochsong in the Tanqueray King George Stakes and Philidor in the Betfair Celebration Mile. Lochsong gained a second success in the Tanqueray King George Stakes in 1994, while Blue Siren landed the Oak Tree Stakes the same year. Grey Shot captured the 1996 Artemis Goodwood Cup while earlier on - in 1984 - Smith was victorious in Goodwood’s premier race, the QIPCO Sussex Stakes, with Chief Singer. 1992

Marling defeated Selkirk in an epic finish to the QIPCO Sussex Stakes. The race was one of the most thrilling ever witnessed at the track, with the brilliant filly defeating the champion miler by a head following a prolonged duel. Aughfad, trained by Terry Casey, won three races during the year - the Levin Down Apprentice Handicap, the Avant Garde Handicap and the BBC Radio Solent Handicap. Spinning became the first horse to win twice at Glorious Goodwood since Fool’s Mate in 1976. Ian Balding’s charge won Wednesday’s Tote Gold Trophy (now the UBS Handicap) under Ray Cochrane before following up for the same jockey in Friday’s Coutts Glorious Stakes. 1993

Pat Eddery was the first jockey to ride 200 winners at Goodwood when Cheveux Mitchell, trained by Mick Channon, won the Kidsons Impey Trophy on May 20. He reached 271 Goodwood winners by the end of the 2003 when he retired from the saddle. He is now a trainer and sent out his first Goodwood winner in 2006 when Casco won a maiden on May 24 of that year.


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Following his victories in both the Select Stakes and the Festival Stakes in 1994, Alderbrook became the second Goodwood victor within a few years to go on to win the Champion Hurdle (1995) at Cheltenham. Morley Street won the Gatwick South Terminal Stakes in 1990 prior to his 1991 Champion Hurdle triumph.

every horse that ran at the meeting with the word Olympic in its name. James and Marguerite Baturi ensured that the sponsors kept their promise when Olympic Spirit finished fifth in the Molecomb Stakes. The lucky owners were fortunate to win the horse in a competition organised by William Hill and Midland Bank to raise money for the British Olympic Fund.

1995

1997

Goodwood’s first Sunday race fixture was staged on August 27, giving a record total of 19 racedays at the course.

Sir Peter O’Sullevan, doyen of racing commentators, delivered his final Goodwood broadcast on September 13, before retiring from his duties behind the microphone for the BBC. It was not an easy assignment with which to sign off. The race in question was the William Hill Sprint Cup Handicap, a six-furlong dash with 29 runners in which the winning margin was a shorthead.

1994

The day featured the first race, the Ucello II Trophy Handicap, for jump jockeys at Goodwood and was won by David Bridgwater aboard Mr Browning. It attracted many leading riders including Adrian Maguire, Jamie Osborne, Carl Llewellyn, Norman Williamson, Andrew Thornton and Adam Kondrat from France. The Bentinck Conservatory was built. 1996

Another new fixture was added to Goodwood’s calendar in June, bringing the number of racedays up to 20. Mark Of Esteem, ridden by Frankie Dettori, put up one of the most impressive performances of the season when winning the Group Two Betfair Celebration Mile on August 24. The 2,000 Guineas winner, who had won a two-year-old maiden at Goodwood’s July Meeting in 1995, swept into the lead in the final furlong with a blistering turn of foot to beat Bishop Of Cashel by three and a half lengths. Mark Of Esteem later secured the title of champion European miler following an emphatic success in the Group One Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at the Ascot Festival. That victory was the third leg of the charismatic Italian’s recordbreaking seven-timer. Glorious Goodwood in 1996 coincided with the centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, and Champagne Lanson, then the sponsors of the Vintage Stakes, celebrated the occasion by presenting a magnum of champagne to the owner of

Master trainer Major Dick Hern was another legendary figure who retired in 1997. His first winner at Goodwood was Trimmer in the 1959 Trundle Stakes. Another 114 victories followed, including two QIPCO Sussex Stakes, two Artemis Goodwood Cups, five bet365 Gordon Stakes and six Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes. His final winner on the track was Khafaaq in the Scats Handicap on September 25, 1997, and he nearly had a winner with his final Goodwood runner when The Thruster went down by three quarters of a length in the St John Ambulance Brigade Nursery later on the same card. Averti’s last-gasp success in the Tanqueray King George Stakes at the Glorious Goodwood brought both trainer William Muir and the horse a first Group race win. One of the reasons the six-year-old had not previously realised his full potential on the racecourse was a fear of the starting stalls which caused him to panic at the beginning of his races. On the final day of Glorious Goodwood, racegoers had the unusual privilege of watching in action a future Eclipse Award winner for Best Turf Filly or Mare in the United States. The filly in question was the John Gosden-trained Ryafan who justified

favouritism in the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes which turned out to be Ryafan’s final race in Europe as she was sent across the Atlantic in the autumn. She won all three of her races in America - the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup at Keeneland, the Yellow Ribbon Stakes at Santa Anita and the Matriarch Stakes at Hollywood Park. Danish Rhapsody won the William Hill Cup Handicap, the Schroder Investment Management Handicap and ROA Foundation Stakes for local trainer Lady Herries. 1998

The 1m 1f 192 yds start (previously 1m 2f) combined with the 1m 1f start, the longer races using the top bend and the shorter contests the lower bend. Double Trigger became the first horse to win three Artemis Goodwood Cups, having previously won the race in 1995 and 1997. He had seemingly lost his way after the 1997 victory. However, a good second to Kayf Tara in the 1998 Gold Cup at Ascot showed that ‘Trigger’ was not a light of yesteryear. Sent off at 11-2 behind the 5-2 favourite Kayf Tara, Double Trigger struggled to settle during the race and was on and off the bridle until grabbing the bit in the closing stages to storm through and beat Canon Can by three quarters of a length to the delight of the big crowd. The Tote’s new Trifecta bet was introduced for the first time in the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup. Champion trainer under both codes in Ireland, Aidan O’Brien gained his first Goodwood win with the two-year-old colt Orpen in the EBF Richard Baerlein Maiden on August 1. 1999

The Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes became a Group One contest, elevated from Group Two status. The draw for the Blue Square Stewards’ Cup was decided by owners and trainers for the first time and this practice continues for the big sprint handicap.


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A festive crowd came to Goodwood to celebrate HM The Queen Mother’s 100th birthday on Thursday, August 4. The Group Three Molecomb Stakes was named the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s 100th Birthday Molecomb Stakes to honour the occasion. Apprentice Adrian Nicholls completed a fantastic 1,979/1 treble on the Friday of Glorious Goodwood, scoring on Pure Elegancia for his trainer father Dandy Nicholls, Petrus for Clive Brittain and Out Line for Michael Madgwick. Saeed bin Suroor pulled off a magnificent training feat in 1999, winning both of Goodwood’s Group One Pattern contests, as well as being the top trainer at Glorious Goodwood with four winners. The Newmarketbased handler, who trains for Godolphin, sent out Aljabr to land the QIPCO Sussex Stakes in a new course record time of 1m 35.66s and was also successful with Zahrat Dubai in the Blue Square Nassau Stakes. It was a good year for the trainer at Goodwood as he was also successful in the Artemis Goodwood Cup with Kayf Tara, Cape Cross won the Betfair Celebration Mile and Dubai Millennium succeeded in two Listed events.

The Lennox Stakes, now sponsored by bet365, was first run. Richard Hughes, much better known as a Flat jockey, renewed his jump licence especially so he could partner all-the-way winner Samarardo in the Ucello II & Ubu III Trophy Handicap, confined to jump jockeys, for trainer Nick Littmoden on September 21. 2001

The paddock redevelopment opened to much praise. The Group Two Richmond Stakes transferred from the Thursday of the Festival Meeting to the Tuesday to strengthen the first day’s programme. 2002

The Racecourse celebrated its 200th Anniversary and the occasion was marked by the publication of the ‘Glorious Goodwood’ book and video and the launch of the GG Club, Goodwood’s racing club for the younger generation.

2004

The Aidan O’Brien-trained Rock Of Gibraltar equalled Mill Reef’s record of six consecutive Group One victories with success in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes.

The Goodwood groundstaff team, headed by Seamus Buckley, gained the Neil Wyatt award for the best Flat racecourse in Britain for the first time.

2003

2000

A new fixture was introduced on Sunday, October 12.

The defining moment of the season was the ‘Iron Horse’ Giant’s Causeway winning the Group One QIPCO Sussex Stakes. The three-year-old Storm Cat colt thus gained his third Group One success of the campaign and he went on to two further victories at the highest level, as well as finishing a magnificent second to Tiznow in America’s Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs in November that year. Giant’s Causeway, trained by Irish champion Aidan O’Brien, was the first Irish-trained winner of the Sussex Stakes since the (no relation) Vincent O’Brien-trained King’s Lake in the 1981 renewal.

So many times had he turned around a hopeless looking situation and come out on top, but it was obvious from a quarter-mile out that Persian Punch would have to fight like never before. Jardines Lookout, the previous year’s winner and four years Persian Punch’s junior, looked momentarily as though he would grasp victory, but David Elsworth’s charge stuck his neck out and managed to land a famous victory under an emotional Martin Dwyer. Dwyer paraded Persian Punch in front of the stands and the reception he received was no less vociferous than when Double Trigger claimed his third Goodwood Cup in 1998. A seventh run in the Goodwood Cup was on the agenda for Persian Punch in 2004, but sadly, the huge horse with an even bigger following collapsed and died on his seasonal reappearance at Ascot in April. Persian Punch’s courage and spirit will always be intrinsically linked to Goodwood and it is only fitting that his ashes are buried at the racecourse where he achieved so much.

The Boating comes to Goodwood Raceday was held for the first time at the May Trials meeting.

Persian Punch will always be remembered with great fondness at Goodwood and his rousing victory in the 2003 Goodwood Cup will go down as one of the most memorable in Goodwood’s history. It was two years after his first success in the race and, at 10 years of age, there were a group of young pretenders eager to snatch the staying crown from this most admirable of horses. Sent off the 7-2 second favourite, the son of Persian Heights was soon leading the field and despite coming under pressure at the half-way stage, his supporters drew confidence from his previous heroic performances.

Goodwood hosted its first-ever fixture on a Saturday evening, entitled ‘Romance At The Races’. Goodwood was one of 31 courses to sign up to Racing UK, the dedicated horseracing channel. The Goodwood groundstaff team, headed by Seamus Buckley, won the Neil Wyatt award for the best Flat racecourse in Britain for the second year running and a third time in all. 2005

The new tote betting hall, which benefits both the Richmond and Gordon Enclosures, was unveiled before the first raceday of the season. 2006

They said that we’d never witness a more exciting race at Goodwood than Marling’s epic head victory over Selkirk for the 1992 Sussex Stakes well they were wrong! Those present for the Nassau Stakes on August 5, 2006, remain adamant that the battle between those two evergreen globetrotting mares Ouija Board and


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Alexander Goldrun was ‘as good as it gets’. The seven runners could boast success in no fewer than 13 Group One races, yet from the two-furlong pole where classy three-year-old Nannina, who had won the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, had to give best to her elders, who fought tooth and tail up the straight, neither giving an inch. Frankie Dettori committed Ouija Board turning for home, but Alexander Goldrun, who had been the heroine in this race 12 months earlier, mastered Lord Derby’s much-travelled superstar in the last 300 yards, seemingly set for victory. However, defeat is not a word you can find in either Frankie’s or Ouija Board’s vocabulary and they found one renewed surge close home to win a thrilling encounter by a shorthead. This was a simply wonderful renewal of Goodwood’s prestigious midsummer championship for fillies. 2007

Channel 4 took over terrestrial television coverage of racing at Goodwood, following on from a 50year partnership with the BBC. 2008

Goodwood celebrated with one of its greatest friends when staging the Sir Peter O’Sullevan ‘The Voice of Racing’ 90th Birthday Handicap during Glorious Goodwood.

2009

The quality of the racing was tremendous throughout the year, but particularly noteworthy was Rip Van Winkle’s impressive triumph in the QIPCO Sussex Stakes, while Midday, the gutsy winner of the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes, and Vale Of York, successful in the Listed Peter Willett Stakes, went on to triumph at America’s top meeting of the year, the Breeders’ Cup. Mujood, trained by Eve Johnson Houghton, won three handicaps. Danny Smith, a member of Goodwood’s ground staff for 42 years, retired. 2010

Midday won the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes for a second successive year, rallying well, while very talented miler Canford Cliffs, having his first start at Goodwood, got the better of Rip Van Winkle in cheeky fashion at the end of a thrilling renewal of the QIPCO Sussex Stakes. Canford Cliffs was one of a modern record of nine winners at Glorious Goodwood for trainer Richard Hannon and jockey Richard Hughes. Adam Waterworth took over as managing director at the end of the year from Rod Fabricius who retired after 28 years in the role.

The Peter Winkworth-trained Tropical Paradise was successful in three races. Goodwood finished runner-up for the best Flat racecourse for the fifth year running in the Pitchcare Neil Wyatt Racecourse Groundstaff Awards. 2011

Frankel became a true champion when the emphatic five-length winner of the much-anticipated ‘Duel on the Downs’ with the Richard Hannon-trained star four-year-old Canford Cliffs in the Group One QIPCO Sussex Stakes. He ended the year rated the best horse in the world. Sir Henry Cecil, Frankel’s trainer who was knighted in June, also saddled Midday to win a record-breaking third consecutive Group One Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes – the mare’s sixth success at the highest level. Richard Hughes dominated the jockey’s standings at Goodwood for the second successive year, riding an astonishing 21 winners. Trainer Richard Hannon, who supplies most of the jockey’s victories, received the Dick Hern Trophy as the leading trainer for the fourth year in succession after sending out 21 winners, one less than in 2010.


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THE GOODWOOD RACEHORSE OWNERS’ GROUP

Chairman

Peter Jones CBE

Year

Scheme

Trainer

John Dunlop OBE

2012/13

Racing Manager

Gail Brown

19th Scheme (£925) Goodwood Mirage - two-year-old Jeremy colt

Colours

Red and yellow halved body, yellow sleeves, red cap

2011/12

18th Scheme (£900) Goodwood Atlantis - Elusive City colt who won a Salisbury maiden from two starts in 2011 continuing to race 2012 - purchase price (pp) 32,000 guineas (g)

2010/11

17th Scheme (£725) Goodwood Treasure - had a second and first at Goodwood in 2010 and won a Lingfield handicap in 2011. Prize money £6,496 - pp 10,000g - sale price (sp) 16,000g - share return £215.

2009/10

16th Scheme (£725) Goodwood Diva - raced three times - pp 17,000g – sp 1,500g. Goodwood Maestro had seven unsuccessful outings during 2010 - share return £160.

2008/09

15th Scheme (£700) Goodwood Chimes - unraced and gifted to Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre. Goodwood Maestro won on his debut in May, 2009 (leased from John Dunlop) share return £117.

2007/08

14th Scheme (£675) Goodwood Starlight - winner of two races at two and two races at three. Prize money £18,121 - pp 32,000g - sp 33,000g - share return £326.

2006/07

12th Scheme (£625) Goodwood Belle - ran once at two - pp 26,000g - sp 800g - share return £152.

2005/06

11th Scheme (£600) Goodwood March - winner and placed at three. Prize money £3,556 - pp 15,000g - sp 15,000g - share return £202.

2004/05

10th Scheme (£575) Goodwood Spirit - winner and placed at two and three years. Prize money £20,182 - pp 28,000g - sp 23,000g - share return £226.

2003/04

9th Scheme (£550) Goodwood Finesse - winner and placed at three - pp 25,000g - sp 9,000g - share return £126.

2002/03

8th Scheme (£550) Goodwood Prince - winner at two and placed at three - pp 13,000g - sp 18,000g - share return £266.

2001/02

7th Scheme (£525) Goodwood House - ran once at three - pp 25,000g - sp 1,500g - share return £73.

2000/01

6th Scheme (£475) Goodwood Promise - unplaced at two - pp 20,000g - sp 5,000g - share return £109.

1999/00

5th Scheme (£475) Goodwood Blizzard - winner twice and placed four times. Prize money £33,498 - pp 12,000g - sp 58,000g - share return £451

1998/99

4th Scheme (£400) Goodwood Jazz - placed four times at two and three. Prize money £2,425 - pp 20,000g - sp 9,000g - share return £111.50.

1997/98

3rd Scheme (£400) Goodwood Cavalier - winner at two & placed twice at three. Prize money £6,691 - pp 18,000g - sp 20,000g - share return £203.

1996/97

2nd Scheme (£400) Goodwood Lass - winner at two and three. Prize money £6,206 - pp 15,000g - sp 13,500g - share return £212.

1995/96

1st Scheme (£375) Goodwood Rocket - placed three times at two and three. Prize money £2,596 - pp 21,000g - sp 12,000g share return £114.

Formed in October, 1994, the Goodwood Racehorse Owners’ Group (GROG) is now in its 19th successful year. The group is acknowledged within racing circles as one of best owners’ groups in the sport. Each year a fresh scheme is launched (limited to a maximum of 200 members) offering a new horse to follow and a whole host of social events. A one-off payment of £925 buys a share in a horse for two years - with all expenses and fees included. After this, members receive a share of any prize money and a percentage of the horse’s resale value. By owning a share in a racehorse, members experience the “inside world” of the Sport of Kings - and hopefully witness that winning feeling - without a large financial outlay. Group membership offers great social opportunities - in previous years, winners have enjoyed optional trips to Rome, Dubai, South Africa and California. Other benefits include lunch at Goodwood House and visits to the beautiful setting of Castle Stables in Arundel where John Dunlop trains. A complimentary Richmond Enclosure badge is given to each member when their horse runs at Goodwood. A private facility is offered whenever one of the GROG horses runs at Goodwood (subject to availability).

For further information or application form, please contact: Rachel Timson +44 (0)1243 755022 rachel.timson@goodwood.com Gail Brown T +44 (0)1903 883036 M +44 (0)7860 361444 gail@gbracing.com The Leat, Burpham, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9RJ.


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biographies of board members

EARL OF MARCH GOODWOOD RACECOURSE BOARD

The Earl of March took over the management of the Goodwood Estate Company from his father, the 10th Duke of Richmond, in 1994. He lives in Goodwood House with his wife Lady March (nee Janet Astor) and their children Charles, William, Eloise and Frederick. He also has a daughter, Alexandra, from his first marriage, who is 26 years old. Lord March is the founder of the Goodwood Festival of Speed (1993) and the Goodwood Revival, the first of which was held in September, 1998, after he re-opened the motor circuit. Goodwood motor racing was originally founded by the Earl of March’s grandfather (the 9th Duke of Richmond) in 1948. Before taking over the management of the Goodwood Estate, Lord March was a well-known London advertising photographer under the name of Charles Settrington, having first worked for the film director Stanley Kubrick, after leaving school at the first possible opportunity! Lord March is President of the BARC (British Automobile Racing Club), Patron of the TT Riders Association and an Honorary Member of the BRDC, the 500 Owners Club and the Guild of Motoring Writers.

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Earl of March, Charles Henry Gordon Lennox Countess of March, Janet Elizabeth Gordon Lennox Duke of Richmond, Charles Henry Gordon Lennox Duchess of Richmond, Susan Monica Gordon Lennox Mrs Carole A Goldsmith Mrs Tracey Greaves Mr Roderick N Fabricius (non-executive) Mr Peter I Jones (non-executive) Mr William I Morrison Mr Adam J P Waterworth (managing director) Mr Alexander P Williamson

the Martians and the national launch of John Smith’s bitter. In parallel, Peter published his first book called Trainers Record, a guide for punters to the performance of trainers. Originally compiled by hand, Trainers Record was the forerunner of the statistics now used every day in the racing press. During a spell away from advertising in the mid 80s, Jones made further use of his anorak tendencies in the launch of the Racing Post. In the early years, Peter and his Dorset team created all the form pages for the Post which then made up half the newspaper. Around the same time, Peter joined the Council of the Racehorse Owners’ Association, becoming President in 1990 and a founder member of the British Horseracing Board in 1993.

PETER JONES CBE GOODWOOD RACECOURSE DIRECTOR

Peter Jones has been passionate about horseracing for as long as he can remember and made his first visit to Goodwood when he was in his early teens. Throughout his working life, he has alternated his career between advertising and horseracing. Following eight years at Gravesend Grammar where he was the school bookmaker, Peter studied statistics at the London School of Economics where he claimed he would have got a better degree if he had spent less time at the races. At LSE, Peter travelled to London in his first year with fellow student, Mick Jagger. His first piece of marketing advice was to tell Mick that the Rolling Stones would never catch on. Undaunted, Peter went into advertising after LSE, specialising in market research and was soon invited to help form a new advertising agency called Boase Massimi Pollitt. That was soon highly successful and Jones was closely involved in the much acclaimed Smash ads featuring

Back in advertising, Jones joined the main board of Omnicom, the world’s biggest marketing services group when it bought BMP in 1989 and was based in New York for part of the 90s. In 1995, Peter joined the tote board and was made chairman by the government in 1997, a post he held for 10 years until December, 2007. He lists as his main achievements, the introduction of the Scoop6, the provision of big screens on racecourses and the retention of Channel 4. In his time as Chairman, the tote’s financial performance improved out of all recognition. Peter splits his time between London and Dorset where he is active in the local community having been chairman of the Dorset Police Authority from 1997 to 2003. He is married to Liz with four adult children plus grandchildren who often join him in pursuit of his main hobby of going to live sports events. Peter is a keen follower of Charlton and Chelsea football, Kent cricket and Welsh rugby. He was awarded the CBE in the 2008 New Year’s Honours.


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ROD FABRICIUS

Rob Fabricius stepped down as Goodwood Racecourse’s managing director after 28 years at the course following Goodwood’s final fixture of 2010 on October 10. He was appointed in the autumn of 1982 and recalls that, at his interview, racecourse chairman the Duke of Richmond’s opening question was “What newspaper do you read?”. The sensible answer might have been The Times or The Telegraph but Rod instantly replied “The Sporting Life”. This had the desired effect and he was hired on the spot. Having served his apprenticeship in racing administration at Haydock Park, Chepstow, Lingfield Park and Aintree, he threw himself into his new role. He developed Goodwood to rival the industry leaders of Ascot, Newmarket and York, with major changes to the race programme and the racecourse fabric. His greatest gift was one of inclusion. So often racecourse changes affect one section to the detriment of another but at Goodwood, everyone from owners, trainers, jockeys and administrators to the racegoing public and the media, felt the benefits. He was a driving force behind the setting up of broadcaster Racing UK at a time when the fledgling satellite coverage of racing seemed in danger of disappearing, Now a non-executive director of Goodwood Racecourse, he remains as passionate as ever about getting racing’s message out to the wider world.

›› Member of the Church of England General Synod/ Church Assembly 1960-1980 (Chairman of Board for Mission and Unity 1967-1977); Church Commissioner 1963-1976; Member Central and Executive Committees, World Council of Churches 1968-1975; Chairman Christian Organisations Research and Advisory Trust 1965-1987; Lay Chairman, Chichester Diocesan Synod 1976-1979; Vice-Chairman Archbishops’ Commission on Church and State 1966-1970 ›› Chancellor, University of Sussex 19851998; (Treasurer 1979-1982) ›› Member, West Midlands Regional Economic Planning Council 1965-1968 ›› Historic Houses Association: Hon. Treasurer 1975-1982; Deputy President 1982-1986; Chairman S.E Region 1975-1978 ›› Member: West Sussex Economic Forum Steering Group 1996-2002. Chairman

›› Goodwood Group of Companies 1969-2007 (now Director) ›› Dexam International (Holdings) Ltd 1965-2009 ›› Sussex Community Foundation 2006-2008 ›› Trustee of Sussex Heritage Trust 1978-2001 ›› Rural Housing Advisory Committee of SRCC 1993-2006 ›› Wiley Europe Limited 1993-98 ›› Boxgrove Priory Trust 1994-2008 ›› Boxgrove Almshouses 1955-2000 ›› Chichester Cathedral Development Trust 1985-1991 ›› West Sussex Coastal Strip Enterprise Hub 2000-2005 President

THE 10TH DUKE OF RICHMOND LENNOX & GORDON Charles Henry Gordon Lennox

›› Born on September 19, 1929. Married Susan Monica Grenville-Grey on May 26, 1951 ›› Succeeded to Dukedoms of Richmond (England), Lennox (Scotland), Gordon (United Kingdom) and Aubigny (France) on November 2, 1989 ›› Four daughters and one son (the Earl of March) ›› Educated at Eton 1944-1948 ›› 2nd Lieut. KRRC (60th Rifles) 1948-1950; Lieut. Queen’s Westminster’s (KRRC) TA 1951-1954 ›› Chartered Accountant 1956 ›› Student William Temple College 1956-1958 ›› Financial Controller’s Department, Courtaulds Ltd. Coventry 1959-1964 ›› Director of Industrial Studies, William Temple College 1964-1968

›› Sussex Rural Community Council (now Action in rural Sussex) 1973-2005 Chichester Festivities 1975›› South East England Tourist Board 19902006; (Vice-President 1974-90) ›› Sussex County Cricket Club 1994-2000 ›› British Horse Society 1995-1997 ›› African Medical Research Foundation (UK) 1996›› Vice-President Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre (Chairman Industrial Fundraising Group) ›› Deputy Lieutenant: West Sussex 1975-1990 ›› Lord Lieutenant: West Sussex 1990-1994 ›› Companion Institute of Management (CIM) 1982›› Hon LLD Sussex University 1986 ›› Medal of Honour, British Equestrian Federation 1983 ›› Winner of the FT Arts & Business Award for Individuals - 2000 ›› Freeman of the City of Chichester - 2008 ›› Patron of many charities ›› Patron of Boxgrove, Lavant and Tangmere Churches


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List Of staff STEWARDS

Mr William Barlow The Hon Mrs John Cavendish Mr Charlie Corbett Mrs Robert Leader Mr Alastair Macdonald-Buchanan Mr John Paxman Captain Adrian Pratt Mr Wynne Tufnell

RACECOURSE OFFICIALS AND PERSONNEL

Managing Director Adam Waterworth EA to the Managing Director Marion Calver Smith Clerk of the Course Seamus Buckley Head of Marketing and PR Bradley Eccleshare PR Executive Lucy Faith Marketing Executive Ben Adcock Group Managing Director Alex Williamson Company Secretary Mrs Lynn Cheesmur Racecourse Operations Manager James Crespi Ticket Office Manager James Thorpe Membership Secretary Brenda Hamilton Racecourse Events Planner Rachel Timson Head of Events Hospitality Sara Alliss Client Services Manager Will Hawkins Deputy Grounds Manager Sean Martin Stables Manager Allan Morris


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DIRECTIONS Goodwood is situated just outside Chichester only 60 miles from London, 30 miles from Brighton and Southampton.

By Road

BY RAIL

From London A3

At Milford Roundabout take A286 via Haslemere and Middlehurst. Before Chichester on leaving Singleton village take left turn over Downs and you will see signs for Goodwood Racecourse. From Southampton and Brighton

Follow A27 either from Portsmouth or Brighton, following signposts for Chichester/Goodwood/A286, to Chichester Sainsbury’s roundabout (large multi lane roundabout with a business park next to it).

Follow signs for the Goodwood Park Hotel and Goodwood leading to a second roundabout. Take the first exit left past the Jarvis Hotel. Continue along this road, you will pass the Motor Circuit on the left, until you reach a small roundabout.

There is a regular service from London Victoria to Chichester (1 hour, 40 minutes), plus the coastal service from Brighton and Portsmouth.

Go straight over this roundabout and continue straight on and follow signs for Goodwood Racecourse.

Alternatively there is a regular train service from London Waterloo to Havant. A train can be taken from Havant to Chichester station.

Turn right into the Racecourse and follow the road round and you will find a gate entrance on the left hand side, as you drive though the gates to the right hand side is the Racecourse offices, park anywhere in this area and report to the Racecourse Reception.

Buses or taxis are available at Chichester Station.

National Rail Enquiries

+44 (0)345 484950 BY BUS

A taxi or the no55 bus from the bus station to Halnaker.

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Goodwood Racecourse Media Guide 2012