Latest news on the last day of Glorious Goodwood and day six of seven at Galway
Racing is at fives and sixes rather than sixes and sevens today with a feeling festival fever is waning slightly after the week's slog at Goodwood and Galway.
Goodwood's fifth day finishes its 'glorious' meeting with admittedly the handicap of the week in the Unibet Stewards' Cup but just one Group race in the St Leger trial that is the Qatar Gordon Stakes.
Galway goes into day six and, after Premier and Grade A handicaps, it is down to a B and plenty of maiden action which is strange for any Saturday summer card.
Chelmsford starts the day on the all-weather and after Thirsk, Newmarket and Doncaster run alongside Goodwood and Galway, the evening action is at Lingfield and Hamilton.
Chelmsford (first race 1.10)
Good to firm (GoingStick: 7.4 on Friday at 08:30 - straight readings; far side - 6.9, centre - 6.7, stands' side - 6.8)
Good to soft
Distances: race 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 +7yds
Good to firm (GoingStick: 7.2 on Friday at 07:00)
Distances: race 1, 5 & 6 +3yds
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick: 7.8 at 06:30)
Distances: race 1, 3 and 4 +21yds
Good to firm, good down the hill (GoingStick: 8.0 at 05:45)
Distances: race 2 and 3 +1 yard
Good (GoingStick: 7.3 on Friday at 06:00)
Distances: R5, 6 and 7 +5 yards
2.20 Doncaster - Ad Libitum 5-1 (from 13-2)
4.25 Newmarket - Mistress Quickly 5-1 (from 6)
4.35 Thirsk - Captain Jameson 9-2 (from 11-2)
5.30 Lingfield - Boycie 10-1 (from 12)
7.50 Hamilton - Regal Mirage 100-30 (from 4)
What to back
Talking of threes, Sam Lawrie has that number of quick picks in the popular video feature below.
The weekend Postcast covers Goodwood and Galway.
What to read
Let Festival Fever build your interest in all today's top action and relive the Friday action through the words of James Burn and The Weekender columnist Charlie Hills after the stable's Battaash zoomed to back-to-back King George Qatar Stakes successes.
What to watch
If Goodwood has whizzed by for you, take a breath and remind yourself what happened on day four yesterday.
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