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Can the Noble dynasty of the front runner make everything from the perfect draw of Stall 3? | Horse Racing News

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Noble dynasty (blue hat) needs to make a bold bid head-on

Noble dynasty (blue hat) needs to make a bold bid head-on

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Friday: 3.00 Goodwood
Coral Golden Mile Handicap | 1 meter | Over 3 years | ITV / RTV

In this highly competitive mile handicap, a low draw is simply a must. The last 10 winners Bar 1 (Wentworth 2013) are all drawn with one horse, and in the last two years, the first four have finished only one horse from a double-digit stall, with 11 horses. I came from.

Due to the change in course structure, on Fridays and Saturdays, the advantage of 7 halon and a low draw of over 1 mile appears to be exaggerated. Fake rails and cutaways are in operation for the first three days of the festival, but disappear for the last two days.

As a result, horses that can get a good position early can stay there, and runners forced to stop by wide draws tend to block their passes when trying.

The hot favorite Noble dynasty couldn’t do any better with draw stakes. He comes from Stall 3. This is the same gate where the three winners of Master the World, Seniority and Beetlebon appeared between 2017 and 2019. The excellent running style of the Noble dynasty is also ideal for this.

Charlie Appleby’s trained 4-year-old boy was all handicapped at the July meeting at the final start and was penalized with a £ 3 for his victory. He went up £ 9, so £ 6 is enough.

The Noble dynasty seems certain to make bold bids from the front lines, and he was helped by some rotten draws for his major rivals. Well-made Jimi Hendrix (21) and Shining Blue (20) need luck to run to be competitive.

The greater danger may come from a better draw, and the Rebel Territory (9) worked well with that score, but the consistent BlueForYou couldn’t do any better with Stall 1.

Amanda Pellet is a local trainer and she would definitely have this in mind for the rebel territory since her last victory at Sundown. The fact that he missed Royal Ascot is a hint in itself.
Race analysis by Graeme Rodway

Omera does her best in multiple assaults

David O’Meara saddles his biggest team with this £ 150,000 handicap and feels that the well-painted BlueForYou has the best chance from Stall 1.

O’Meara succeeded in 3-1’s favorite Prompting two years ago, and last year’s quintet included opposition runners Rhoscolyn, third Escobar, and sixth Orbaan.

He states: “What stands out on the calendar is a good bounty. We seem to have quite a few Mylars in the garden and the owners like to go to Goodwood, so why not go?

“Drawing is the key to that, Blue For You [stall one] I got the best results. He has been running well in York the last two times and hopes it will work. Given the draw, he would be our best chance.

“Roscorin was second last year, but didn’t run that badly last time in Ascot. Goodwood looks good on him but draws. [stall 18] Escobar is tricky [stall 19] I have a big job from there, but I like trucks.

“Orban [stall two] You will prefer slow ground. He ran well in Ascot last week, and this trip will suit him better.Young Fire [stall five] Be himself on soft ground, but have a shape on faster ground and it’s a shot with a good bounty.Cheryl [stall 22] Will improve a lot for his return in York. “

What they say

Harry Charlton, co-trainer of Singari
We were angry that he couldn’t win the Hunt Cup and felt he might have won with a lower draw. Draws can be the key to this, and Stall 10 isn’t too bad, but some fancy runners can be tough with higher draws. He needs a pace to aim for, so hopefully this will fit.

Positive trainer, Clive Cox
He’s been off for a very long time and will definitely improve for the run, but I’m very happy with him and he’s training really well. He has given us a good atmosphere for the past few weeks. We valued him very much a few years ago.

Saleymm co-trainer Ed Crisford
This seemed like a very good option for him, as he won well in York and was slightly better. He is similarly proficient for 7 furlongs or more than a mile, and if he improves again, he will need to participate in the mix.

Shining blue trainer Saeed bin Suroor
draw [stall 20] It doesn’t look good, but hopefully Pat [Cosgrave] I was lucky enough to get a convenient position. He is a good horse and showed me the class and I like him.

Charlie Appleby, Noble Dynasty Trainer
I was delighted with him in the new market. Given the weight he had, it was an impressive victory and he got out of the race very well. He has always had a little experience with highly competitive handicap.

Tom Ward, Turpinator Trainer
He is in good shape and is improving. He won here last time and loves trucks. He is 5 years old and has a very light race and steps up to 1 mile should be suitable.

Karl Burke, trainer of Irene Dub
He is fine He likes this track and I think he has a chance.

Alan Crowhurst

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Jimi Hendrix (left): Must overcome the high draw of Stall 21

Jimi Hendrix (left): Must overcome the high draw of Stall 21

Alan Crowhurst

Jimi Hendrix Owner, Chelsea Thoroughbred Managing Director Emma Spencer
He’s progressive, very tough and versatile, and he comes in handy when it comes to draws. [stall 21] Not ideal. He plunges into a 10 halon handicap and steps up on a trip in time, but he’s been doing well here with his penalty of £ 3 and is offered a great prize.

Legal HQ trainer Brian Meehan
He loves Goodwood and it has always been on his radar. He had a good race in New Market the other day, and the ground will probably fit him better.
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