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Glorious Goodwood tips: Day 5 Best Bets

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The fifth day of the Qatar Goodwood Festival concludes a magnificent week of racing and the Racing Post experts have picked out their best Glorious Goodwood tips for the televised action to help you find more winners on the final day.

ITV Racing will broadcast a total of nine races live on ITV1 this Saturday including five races from Glorious Goodwood and four races from Newmarket. The headline attraction is the Unibet Stewards' Cup, a sprint handicap over 6fin which 27 contenders go to post. Supporting acts including the Group 2 Qatar Lillie Langtry Stakes and the Chalice Stakes at Newmarket ensure the action isn't short of quality as we look forward to what promises to be a super Saturday.

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Glorious Goodwood: ITV Racing Tips

Racing Post expert, Stuart Redding, picks out his best bets for an action-packed Saturday in a bid to help you find more winners.

2.25 Goodwood–LAAFY

Laafy has produced two solid efforts over 1m4f since a winter gelding operation and looks sure to go well again. He easily won a Newbury handicap in June and looked ready for this stiffer test when bumping into a well-treated rival Deja at Haydock last time out.

4.10 Goodwood–COLD FRONT

Cold Front was a beaten favourite in his first three starts but he finally made the breakthrough at Haydock last time out, looking comfortably the best horse in a 7f maiden. He moves into handicap company with a workable mark and could still turn out significantly better than this grade in time.

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Saturday ITV7 Competition Tips

The ITV7 competition is back for Glorious Goodwood and is completely free to play, with a potential £100,000 up for grabs. Users will need a Sky Bet account to enter so if you don't already have an account, sign up above and take advantage of the free bet offer. The Racing Post experts make their selections for the competition.

Race 1– 2.25 Goodwood


There are plenty of serious contenders, but preference is for Calling The Wind who left a very favourable impression with his win at Ascot.

Race 2 – 2.40 Newmarket


Stoweman hasn't matched his novice/maiden form in handicaps as yet but the ground was heavy for the first of them and the other was after a nine-month break. He's worth another chance.

Race 3 – 3.00 Goodwood


The selection has to be Enbihaar who produced a storming display to make this race on good to firm ground the pick of her four wins last season. John Gosden's mare did not live up to favouritism at Newmarket three weeks ago but shaped as if this return to 1m6f will help produce a much better show today.

Race 4– 3.15 Newmarket


There are plenty of leading contenders that are closely matched on form, but they are taking on some unexposed types who are open to plenty of further improvement, notably the Sir Michael Stoute trained Katara.

Race 5– 3.35 Goodwood


William Haggas doesn't have many sprint handicappers but he has still won this race twice in 12 years, with a 1-2 in 2008. This year he has a solid candidate in Nahaarr who was hard to fault when winning at Newbury and should have a career beyond handicaps in due course.

Race 6– 3.50 Newmarket


Roger Charlton's stable stalwart Withhold is preferred having been much nearer to peak form this season than some of today’s rivals, some of which have a fair bit to prove.

Race 7– 4.10 Goodwood


A return to form is required from Homespin but he can be excused his Newmarket reappearance run (he became unbalanced) and has plenty in his favour, as he won at Glorious Goodwood last year and his trainer has a fine record in this race.

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William Haggas doesn't have many sprint handicappers but he has still won this race twice in 12 years, with a 1-2 in 2008
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