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Last Updated: September 2, 2013 2:28pm
Ryan Moore: Rides Al Baz
The Peter Willett Conditions Stakes is the highlight of Goodwood's seven-race card on Tuesday and a field of six will face the starter for the seven-furlong contest.
They are headed by the James Tate-trained Al Baz, who gained a second career victory with a gutsy front-running performance at Wolverhampton on July 29.
The son of Sixties Icon was badly hampered when last of five in a nursery at Newmarket's July Festival, but got off the mark at the fourth time of asking in a seven-furlong Redcar maiden on June 22, scoring by five lengths.
Tate, who has acquired the services of former champion jockey Ryan Moore, said: "Al Baz is a game and consistent two-year-old. Obviously, he is not short of experience and the fast ground, seven furlongs and undulating track will all be to his liking.
"There are a couple in there who have probably achieved a little bit more than he has on the form book, but it's a £25,000 race and we will be trying our best.
"If you ignore his run at Newmarket, he has been progressing nicely and these sort of tracks probably bring out the best in him whereas the straight track at Newmarket probably didn't."
Al Baz's five rivals include course winner and Group Two Coventry Stakes seventh Wahaab, the first foal of Group One heroine Indian Ink, and Mick Channon's Rossa Corsa, who was fourth in the Group Two Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood in July.
Newmarket maiden winner Lyn Valley, trained by Mark Johnston, Salisbury victor Intermath and the once-raced Classified Weapon complete the line up.
The race is run in recognition of former long-standing Goodwood Racecourse director Peter Willett, who will present the prizes.