Latest news, views and clues for Goodwood and Galway
How's your week going? We're past halfway at Goodwood and Galway but there is plenty more to come, starting today with a handful of Group races and some valuable big-field handicaps.
The star turn at Glorious Goodwood is high-class sprinter Battaash, who will bid to defend his crown in the Group 2 King George Qatar Stakes (3.35).
On the fifth day of seven at Galway, the action switches back to a late slot with the feature race the €100,000 Guinness Handicap (6.50), for which Limini is turned out again quickly after finishing second on day one of the festival on Monday.
On a bumper day there are also afternoon meetings at Bangor and Thirsk followed by evening fixtures at Newmarket, Musselburgh and Wolverhampton.
Goodwood (first race at: 1.50)
Good to firm, good in places
Soft (National Hunt), Soft to heavy (Flat)
Good (GoingStick: 6.9 on Wednesday at 12pm)
Good, good to firm in places
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick 7.2 on Friday at 7am)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick 7.3 on Friday at 6.30am)
Se You 13-2 (from 8)
Salto Chisco 4-1 (from 9-2)
Dans Dream 12-1 (from 14)
What to back
Sam Lawrie serves up three tips for the ITV action at Goodwood on day four . . .
What to read
Get set for another busy day with our Friday Fever feature dissecting the main talking points from Goodwood and Galway.
Members can access the thoughts of guest columnist Joseph O'Brien as he runs the rule over his Galway runners.
What to watch
Our panel have all angles covered at Goodwood and Galway with a whole host of tips for the big festivals. Find out which horse the team in Ireland were referring to when saying: "Even if he ran backwards, he'd still win."
Catch up on another breathless day at Glorious Goodwood yesterday with our highlights package . . .
The best of Racing Post Sport
The Big Kick-Off guide came out on Wednesday and now it is the turn of the Big Kick-Off Postcast as football experts Mark Langdon and Dan Childs run through the divisions to reveal their ante-post fancies . . .
Battaash will rightly be centre of attention in the King George Stakes but Take Cover deserves his share of the limelight. The 11-year-old has form figures of 4121 in the race and the romantics will be hoping he shows up well again.
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