One trainer, one jockey, one horse and one race to watch at Goodwood on Saturday
William Haggas is enjoying a fine week at Glorious Goodwood and has three big chances to make it even more memorable. The Newmarket trainer is responsible for the Stewards' Cup favourite Nahaarr, a stylish winner at Newbury last time.
He also runs Cold Front – in the same silks carried by One Master to victory yesterday – who looks to back up his recent win at Haydock. Titian completes the trio, looking to get off the mark in the British European Breeders Fund EBF Maiden Stakes (4.40).
David Egan is in great form at the moment and he can continue his good run with three interesting rides at Goodwood on Saturday.
Egan's first Group winner came in the Qatar Lillie Langtry Stakes, which he looks to claim again with the Roger Varian-trained Cabaletta. The progressive three-year-old won a Listed race at Newbury last time and could put her name into the St Leger picture with a big run here.
He rode a 50-1 winner earlier in the week so do not discount Unibet Stewards' Cup (3.35) outsider I Am A Dreamer, while Egan also partners improving handicapper King Ragnar who has a live chance in the 4.10.
Enbihaar developed into a top staying mare for John Gosden last year, including when winning the Qatar Lillie Langtry Stakes (3.00) by five lengths, which she will bid to win again.
She routed her rivals – including the reopposing Manuela De Vega – then and is a hot favourite to shine once again in the Group 2 event.
The Unibet Stewards' Cup (3.35) is one of the biggest handicaps of the season and Saturday's renewal looks as fascinating as ever with a quality field of progressive sprinters.
It is a tough punting puzzle and, with 20-1 and 25-1 winners in two of the last three years, it pays to look towards the bottom of the market.