Tonight's action: three runners who catch the eye across the fixtures
With Glorious Goodwood in full swing, here are three runners worth watching away from the festival this evening
Art Du Val
Horseracing's Cold War between Coolmoore and Godolphin has come to an end as they ceased boycotting each other's horses at the sales.
Coolmore have sent a select book of mares to Dubawi, while Godolphin have been buying Galileos. Their Beyond Reason provided Coolmore's Australia with his first Group winner and they seek further success with a colt by No Nay Never tonight.
A 120,000 guineas purchase last year, Art Du Val is a hot favourite to make a winning debut for the Derby-winning duo of Charlie Appleby and William Buick.
You can be pretty certain that any two-year-old sent to the racecourse by Archie Watson knows their job.
The trainer, who successfully utilises barrier trials, has shown himself to be a canny placer of horses since taking out his licence.
Not sold for £18,000 at the two-year-old sales, Golden Arrow represents the powerful Qatar Racing and is likely to be extremely competitive on debut.
Easy win, easy win, heavy defeat– that is the record of Espere so far.
That latest performance came when stepped up to Listed level for the first time, but connections remain undeterred with two Group 3 entries and a Group 1 entry on Irish Champions Weekend.
The filly drops back down in grade for a handicap this evening and her trainer Ger Lyons, who also runs Hypnotic Force, has won this race twice in the last three years.
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