Goodwood Timeform : June 6th 2015
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Frankie Dettori won the Epsom Derby for the second time yesterday with Golden Horn. He beat Jack Hobbs by three and a half lengths with Storm The Stars finishing third.
It was Dettori’s 20th Derby and his second success having won with Authorized in 2007.
He said after the race: “Unbelievable – I still can’t believe I’ve won the Derby again. What a feeling. Fantastic.
I knew he was a good horse, it was up to me to mess it up, but everything went right.
Hans Holbein and Elm Park were the early leaders on the mile and a half course but Jack Hobbs, ridden by William Buick, came through to hit the front.
He stayed in contention right to the end but Dettori, happy to stay towards the rear for most of the course, galloped through on the final furlong to beat his stable mate into second.
Whilst it was a personal triumph for Dettori, riding his first Derby since 2011, it also signalled the rapid rise of Golden Horn which had not even been considered for the race until a good performance at the Dante Stakes in York.
The two races had an identical ending with Golden Horn leading from Jack Hobbs, though on the earlier occasion it was Dettori who finished runner-up, with Buick riding the winner. Buick later switched over to Jack Hobbs following Godolphin’s decision to buy a share in the colt.
All focus now switches to Royal Ascot where we hope to have some big priced winners from those who we have been following this season.
Ascot Gold Betting…
Forgotten Rules is currently 3.25
Brown Panther 8.0
Clever Cookie is currently 11.0
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Today’s Goodwood Timeform…
14.25 Sunday School Maiden Stakes (5) 1m1f192y
96 6. KEBLE John Gosden Frankie Dettori
81p 3. FIESOLE Luca Cumani Adam Kirby
77p 5. GRAND CANYON Ralph Beckett Richard Kingscote
Analyst’s Verdict: Keble improved again when runner-up at Newbury last month and should prove a tough nut to crack. Fiesole and Grand Canyon are open to progress and can chase him home.
15.00 Condiment Co. Sussex Valley Stakes (Handicap) (5) 1m3f
93 4. ETON RAMBLER George Baker Adam Kirby
91 9. TILSTARR Roger Teal Silvestre De Sousa
90 1. NO WIN NO FEE Dr Richard Newland Tom Queally
Analyst’s Verdict: Eton Rambler had no luck in-running when placed at Chepstow last time, and he can gain compensation here. No Win No Fee looks fairly treated now starting out for a new yard and rates a danger, along with Arantes who has Richard Hughes in the saddle.
15.30 Veterans’ Stakes (Handicap) (4) 5f
104 2. GINZAN Malcolm Saunders Martin Dwyer
103 5. GO NANI GO Ed de Giles Tom Queally
102 4. FAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Michael Wigham Jim Crowley
Analyst’s Verdict: Competitive stuff, but Slip Sliding Away is taken to enhance his excellent course record with promising apprentice Tom Marquand booked. Ginzan and Dishy Guru head the dangers, in that order.
16.05 Shine Voice & Data Stakes (Handicap) (3) 2m
101+ 10. GAVLAR William Knight Jim Crowley
100p 5. DEAUVILLE DANCER Sir Mark Prescott Bt Luke Morris
100 3. TEAK Ian Williams Silvestre De Sousa
Analyst’s Verdict: Gavlar was arguably caught further back than ideal when third over C&D last time, and he gets the narrow vote to strike in an ultra-competitive staying event. Deauville Dancer is a leading danger with his Newcastle disappointment latest best overlooked, whilst Fitzwilly who beat the selection last time can also play a part despite a 5 lb higher mark to contend with.
16.35 Goodwood Selling Stakes (4) 1m
107 4. FLOW David Brown Non Runner
103 1. CASHPOINT Ian Williams Silvestre De Sousa
86 6. DELUXE Richard Hannon Non Runner
Analyst’s Verdict: Flow had excuses when disappointing last time at Ripon, but has his regular tongue strap back on, and won’t need to be at his best to dispose of this opposition. Deluxe is given the forecast vote.
17.10 Coco Charity Race Day Stakes (Handicap) (3) 7f
105p 13. SOLAR FLAIR William Knight Luke Morris
104 12. FLECKERL William Muir Martin Dwyer
103p 8. EXCILLY Tom Dascombe Richard Kingscote
Analyst’s Verdict: Solar Flair hasn’t had the cards stacked in his favour in his 3 outings this campaign, and off a workable mark, can get off the mark this season by landing this competitive handicap. Hat-trick seeking Excilly, is feared most, while Donncha may reward each-way support.
17.40 Heros Charity Stakes (Handicap) (5) 7f
90p 5. EASY TIGER William Muir Martin Dwyer
88 6. WIND IN MY SAILS Ed de Giles David Probert
87 10. SILVER LINING Marcus Tregoning Tom Marquand (7)
Analyst’s Verdict: Easy Tiger impressed with the way he travelled for a long way in a warm 1m Ascot handicap last month and can take his career record to an impressive 3 wins from 4 starts dropped back to 7f. Ed Walker’s Bushephalus is likely to build on his maiden form now handicapping over a longer trip and might provide the main threat ahead of Marcus Tregoning’s Silver Lining.
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