Horse Racing Tips: Glorious Goodwood’s Saturday cheat sheet from Paddy’s pundits

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We’re back for the final day of Glorious Goodwood 2022 with the tastiest tips from the best in the business right here at Paddy Power News.

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A top class week of Flat racing calls for the most in-depth minds in the game and Paddy’s little black book has delivered once again.

Matt Chapman, Mick Fitzgerald, Jason Weaver, Timeform and Rory Delargy have delivered and give us their wisdom for every race on Saturday. How about that?

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In-between mingling with high society and holding court on your telly screens, our prestigious panel will bring you their best bets for the biggest races every day of the Festival. And, as always, we’ve rounded up their top tips in one place, right here in our outrageously handy cheat sheet. Whether you need a NAP or are eager for an each-way play, we’ve got all your Goodwood needs catered for throughout the week.

We’ve got the Group 2 Qatar Lillie Langtry Stakes at 2:45pm on Saturday, with Sea La Rosa and Emily Dickinson at the top of the betting.

Then there’s the Stewards’ Cup over 6f at 3:20pm, with Whenthedealinsdone, Inver Park and Mr Wagyu at the top of the betting to scoop the £128,000 prize pot.

They’re the stand-out names but for all the cheeky each-way bets and dark horses in the handicap just scroll down to our pundits’ absolutely glorious selections below.

Matt Chapman

Mick Fitzgerald

Jason Weaver

Timeform

Rory Delargy

Matt Chapman

LOYAL TOUCH might well get off the mark here for the Charlie and Mark Johnston team.

Mick Fitzgerald

CLASSIC was a real eye catcher at Newbury and he finished off really well. This 260k yearling could be worth following.

Jason Weaver

LOYAL TOUCH put up a really good performance on his racecourse debut at Salisbury and should’ve learned significantly from that and has the required speed over this discipline.

Timeform

CLASSIC caught the eye in no uncertain terms when fourth at Newbury first time out and, with big improvement on the cards, he’s an obvious choice to open his account at the second attempt.

Rory Delargy

CLASSIC looked a smart prospect when fourth on debut at Newbury. The Foxes also ran well on debut at the track, finishing a nose behind Marbaan, who won the Vintage Stakes here on Tuesday. The pair set a very high standard and should finish first and second.

Matt Chapman

STONE OF DESTINY has been absolutely hopeless recently. It may seem like madness to tip him, but he does have an 8th of 27 behind Khaadem in the 2019 Stewards Cup to his name and if he recaptured any form would be a good thing.

Mick Fitzgerald

William Muir and Chris Grassick won the big one last weekend with Piledriver so their horses are in form and MITROSONFIRE, the son of Lethal Force, is a player at his handicap mark.

Jason Weaver

MANY A STAR was a very tidy winner three starts back. Tom Marquand takes over in the saddle for this run, and in he’s drawn right underneath the stand side rail.

Timeform

LETHAL LEVI has thrived this season and has a chance to race from a 1lb lower mark than when successful at Newmarket a week ago, so he’s an obvious choice.

Rory Delargy

Karl Burke’s LETHAL LEVI has come on in leaps and bounds and gets in here on 9lb lower than his current mark due to the fact this is effectively an early-closing race. In short, he looks banker material here.

Matt Chapman

SAM COOKE should have each-way claims here under Rob Hornby. My hope has a good draw to work from and ran really well at Newmarket last time at a big price. He’s never been to Goodwood before but has form at Chester which suggests the bends won’t be an issue.

Mick Fitzgerald

It wouldn’t be Glorious Goodwood without a Mark Johnston winner and SOAPY STEVENS did well to win last time at Newmarket and is still on a handy mark.

Jason Weaver

This test and the fast conditions could prove absolutely ideal for SAM COOKE, with a guaranteed pace to run at that will also suit his hold up tactics.

Timeform

A truly-run 2m seemed to stretch VALLEY FORGE’s stamina in the Northumberland Plate and he’s taken to show he’s still on a good mark back at 1¾m.

Rory Delargy

VALLEY FORGE finished weakly when seventh in the Northumberland Plate, but I thought his stamina ran out over that testing two miles behind Trueshan. Good or good to firm ground is important to him.

Matt Chapman

SEA LA ROSA brings a high level of form to this race after two fine runs at Haydock and should be hard to stop for William Haggas and Tom Marquand. The daughter of Sea the Stars stays well and has a good draw.

Mick Fitzgerald

How unlucky was this filly EMILY DICKINSON last time? She came all too late at the Curragh but has to be a player in this.

Jason Weaver

YESYES boasts a 50% win strike rate. Last seen in 2021, but should have no problems going in fresh. On a much faster surface she can continue her progression.

Timeform

EMILY DICKINSON shaped as if still in good form when fourth in the Irish Oaks two weeks ago. She looks set for a big run back down in class and back up in distance here.

Rory Delargy

VIOLA got a poor ride when just behind Sea La Rosa at Haydock, and looks value at the respective odds. She ran into a smart one at Newmarket last time, but kept on well, and is worth trying at this longer trip.

Matt Chapman

INVER PARK has gone up 18lb in three wins but he’s improving so fast he might just bang in another here for George Boughey and Ben Curtis. A racing weight of 9st is tasty and he did really well to land the Buckingham Palace last time over 7f.

Mick Fitzgerald

Julie Camacho is a dab hand with sprinters and MAKANAH ran really well at York last time out. There is a big one in him and this could be the day.

Jason Weaver

METHOD doesn’t make it easy for his riders as he can be very keen in the early stages. He’s much better than a solid handicapper if he can be settled and my each-way punt.

Timeform

A case can be made for any number of these but the vote goes to REGIONAL. Ed Bethell’s low-mileage four-year-old teed himself up perfectly for this when a running-on second over 5f at Doncaster and this return to 6f coupled with the services of Ryan Moore can see him come home in front.

Rory Delargy

Stall 10 is not ideal for SUMMERGHAND, but he came down the centre when winning this race two years ago, and his hold-up style means his draw is less crucial than if he needed to be on the pace. I’ll be disappointed if he’s out of the places.

Matt Chapman

GALIAC has been in fine form for the William Muir and Chris Grassick team and should run another big one here for Luke Morris. I like the fact he appears a 7f specialist and a win at Newmarket was followed by another fine third at Sandown last time.

Mick Fitzgerald

William Haggas’ charge SPIRIT OF NGURU narrowly failed to get up at Haydock but with that run under his belt, he will be the one here.

Jason Weaver

KOY KOY was very unlucky on his return at Chester, then subsequently disappointed, and moved stables. On his first try for the new handler, he got loose beforehand yet somehow still managed to come out on top in a driving finish.

Timeform

There may be a spot of value in the shape of GALIAC. Successful on return over C&D in the spring, he’s continued the good work since and wasn’t seen to best effect when third at Sandown last time.

Rory Delargy

LAASUDOOD has run his only sub-par races at Newmarket, so it’s easy to forgive him an underwhelming effort there last time, when he didn’t seem to enjoy the track. His second to Secret State at Nottingham has worked out tremendously well, with the winner scoring at Royal Ascot and then earlier in the week here.

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