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Doyle and King take over at the top with Trueshan

PA Sport 6:17pm, Tue 27 Jul 2021

Hollie Doyle aboard Trueshan following victory in the Al Shaqab Goodwood Cup (John Walton/PA) The Goodwood Cup has, in recent years, been a race whose title is always spoken alongside the name of just one horse – Stradivarius. The beloved chestnut’s long-time rider, Frankie Dettori, is next in that sentence, and the ever-statesmanlike John Gosden surely follows.

Hollie Doyle stars with Goodwood hat-trick

PA Sport 5:33pm, Tue 27 Jul 2021

Lord Riddiford and Hollie Doyle power to victory at Goodwood (John Walton/PA) Hollie Doyle was the queen of Goodwood as she followed up her Group One triumph by completing a fine hat-trick with additional successes aboard Lord Riddiford and Sisters In The Sky.

Poetic Flare still improving as Bolger eyes Sussex redemption

PA Sport 4:44pm, Tue 27 Jul 2021

Poetic Flare is bidding for more Group One glory (David Davies/PA) Poetic Flare is bidding for a third Group One in an already busy season in the Qatar Sussex Stakes at Goodwood. Jim Bolger’s colt has already won the 2000 Guineas and the St James’s Palace Stakes, as well as finishing a close second to stablemate Mac Swiney in the Irish Guineas.

Princess aims for new heights in Oak Tree Stakes

PA Sport 4:38pm, Tue 27 Jul 2021

Highfield Princess bids to continue her rapid progress (David Davies/PA) John Quinn believes recent rainfall at Goodwood could help Highfield Princess negate her awkward draw in stall 17 in the Whispering Angel Oak Tree Stakes. On a quicker surface, Quinn admits his rapidly-improving filly might have too much to do on Wednesday, being drawn widest of all, but has hopes the middle of the course may not be disadvantageous in testing conditions.

The Shunter leads McManus’ Plate party

PA Sport 4:27pm, Tue 27 Jul 2021

JP McManus has a strong hand in the Galway Plate (PA) Ante-post favourite The Shunter heads a formidable team for leading owner JP McManus in the €250,000 Tote Galway Plate. The eight-year-old enjoyed an excellent campaign for trainer Emmet Mullins last term, winning the Greatwood Hurdle at Cheltenham and the Morebattle Hurdle at Kelso before successfully reverting to fences in the Paddy Power Plate at the Cheltenham Festival in March.

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