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Runners & Riders – Saturday 3rd August

The Steeple Times’ horse racing tips with an analysis of the top tipsters and their selections for Glorious Goodwood

Our dark(er) horse choice Escobar performed well and came in a good third yesterday at Goodwood whilst our obvious option Battaash smashed it and gave Frankie Dettori yet another victory.

 

The final day of Glorious Goodwood looks set to be another fine outing and with the ground good-firm, there’s all to play for.

 

Obvious Options

Each way bets on:

 

1.50 Goodwood – Silvestre de Sousa ridden Tommy G at 10/1 (tipped by Radio 4 and described by William Hill as: “One that has to be taken seriously.”)

 

2.25pm Goodwood – Desert Skyline at 10/1 (tipped by Racing Post and The Times and of whom The Racing Post remark: “Jockey Gérald Mossé is a perfect 3-3 when riding for David Elsworth at Goodwood. He bids to make it 4-4 today.”)

 

Dark Horses

We’re looking at each way bets in the six place Unibet Stewards’ Cup on either:

 

3.40pm Goodwood –Fahey trained George Bowen at 33/1 (tipped as a nap by The Times and having a “good record in big-field sprints.” Described also by The Racing Post as: “Not to be written off.”)

 

Or:

 

3.40pm Goodwood – Kimifive at 28/1 (tipped by Racing Post and described by The Racing Post as having “performed respectably at Ascot last week.” They add: “Will appreciate the quicker conditions here.”)

 

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