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Monday, 17 December, 2018

All you need for a day featuring Listed action at Goodwood

Goodwood: track stages good quality card on Wednesday
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The Listed Foundation Stakes is Wednesday's feature race with a quality field of seven heading to post. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Gabr appears the one to beat on form having shaped well in Pattern company so far this year, while older rivals First Sitting and Spark Plug and smart three-year-old Threading all look to have a chance in an open contest.

The Goodwood card also includes a valuable claiming handicap (2.30) and an intriguing fillies' contest (4.10), while the smartly-bred Pablo Escobarr hopes to break his maiden tag in the opener (2.00).

Wednesday preview: three things to look out for at Goodwood

Gordon Elliott has enjoyed 13 winners at Perth already this season and he seeks more Scottish success with seven runners on the card. Racing also comes from Redcar and Wolverhampton.

Going report

Goodwood (first race at: 2.00)
Good to soft, soft in places (from soft) (GoingStick 6.3 on Wednesday at 9.40am)

Perth (2.10)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick 6.7 on Tuesday at 8.15am). Rail movements: 14:10 & 15:15 +98yds, 14:40, 15:45 & 17:20 +119yds and 16:20 & 16:50 +140yds

Redcar (2.20)
Good (from good, good to soft in places)

Wolverhampton (5.45)

Market movers

3.15 Perth: Lough Kent 4-1 (from 11-2)

3.35 Goodwood: Gabr 2-1 (from 9-4)

5.45 Wolverhampton: Sunday Scholar 4-1 (from 11-2)

7.15 Wolverhampton: Charleston Belle 4-1 (from 5)

What to back

Members can read Pietro Innocenzi's best bets of the day here, meanwhile our regional experts also give their selections in free-to-view Tips Box.

Maddy Playle heads to Wolverhampton for her nap in Ten Second Tip

What to read

Champion jockey Richard Johnson enjoyed a milestone success at Warwick yesterday - and you can read about the chaotic events of a loose horse at Newcastle, who almost ended up on a dual carriageway.

What to watch

Trainer Sir Michael Stoute gives Racing Post an update on his exciting team with plans for the likes of Expert Eye, Crystal Ocean and Mirage Dancer.

The best of Racing Post Sport

Fresh from his outstanding weekend of tipping from the team last week, Steve Palmer, Iain McLaughlin and Jeremy Chapman join Bruce Millington to look over the Ryder Cup action.


Final thought 

The outstandingly-bred Alfurat River looks an interesting runner on the card at Redcar. The Saeed Bin Suroor-trained juvenile has finished third and second on his two starts. 

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Gordon Elliott has enjoyed 13 winners at Perth already this season and he seeks more Scottish success with seven runners on the card
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