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Goodwood

  • 15:45 Tanqueray Richmond Stakes 6f

  • (Group 2) £60,000 added 2yo 10 ran
  • Winner £34,026 2nd £12,900 3rd £6,456 4th £3,216
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 10.80s
  • Off time: 15:48:07

Full result

15:45 Goodwood Result 29th July 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (2) Harbour Watch (IRE) 9-0 R Hughes Richard Hannon 2 Evsf
Tracked leaders, challenged and carried badly right to centre of course 2f out, went 2nd over 1f out, quickened up smartly to lead inside final furlong, won going away ( hand-timed ) opened 4/5 touched evs £2500-£2500 £2000-£2000 £1500-£1500 £1000-£1000 £500-£500 £400-£400 £909-£1000 £500-£600 £5600-£7000 £1600-£2000 £800-£1000(x3) £400-£500(x2) £320-£400
2nd (4) Bannock (IRE) 9-0 S De Sousa M Johnston 2 13/2
Soon led, driven over 1f out, stayed on until headed and outpaced inside final furlong, kept on to hold 2nd opened 7/1 touched 7/1 £20000-£2800
3rd (10) ½ Caspar Netscher 9-0 R Winston A J Mccabe 2 20/1
Pulled hard, held up towards rear on rail, headway over 1f out, stayed on inside final furlong, took 3rd opened 25/1 touched 25/1 £15000-£750
4th (8) Silverheels (IRE) 9-0 O Peslier P F I Cole 2 16/1
Bumped start, held up and gradually switched right to race on outside over 4f out, headway over 1f out, stayed on inside final furlong, never going pace to threaten opened 25/1 touched 28/1 £10000-£350
5th (3) hd Saigon 9-0 Kirsty Milczarek J A R Toller 2 8/1
In touch in 6th on outside, ridden and outpaced over 1f out, kept on again inside final furlong, no threat opened 8/1 touched 9/1
6th (9) ½ Eureka (IRE) 9-0 R L Moore Richard Hannon 2 8/1
Chased leaders, ridden 2f out, outpaced over 1f out, no danger after opened 12/1 touched 12/1
7th (1) Bogart 9-0 P Makin K A Ryan 2 12/1
Went right start, chased leader, challenged and hung badly right to centre of course from 2f out, weakened over 1f out opened 14/1 touched 14/1 £20000-£1200 £7000-£500
8th (5) ½ Right To Dream (IRE) 9-0 Martin Dwyer B J Meehan 2 20/1
Held up towards rear, pushed along halfway, soon struggling opened 20/1 touched 20/1 £20000-£800
9th (7) ¾ Factory Time (IRE) 9-0 J H Bowman M R Channon 2 22/1
Bumped start, in touch in 5th, ridden 2f out, soon weakened opened 22/1 touched 25/1
10th (6) Parc de Launay 9-0 J P Spencer T P Tate 2 28/1
Upset in stalls and went right start, hung right throughout and always outpaced in raer opened 28/1 touched 33/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £1.90 Tote Place: £1.10,2.10,5.30
Straight Forecast: £6.99 Exacta: £7.10 Swingers: 1&2:2.30 2&3:12.30 1&3:6.10

Jackpot: £18,025.31 carried forward to Goodwood, 30th Jul
Placepot: £120.70, Pool: £282661.34, 1708.71 winning tickets
Quadpot: £54.60, Pool: £13440.25, 182.0 winning tickets

Verdict

A taking performance from a rapidly improving colt. HARBOUR WATCH may not have been quite as visually impressive as at Newmarket but he didn't get a smooth passage through this race yet overcame any obstacle to win eased down. He went a little right out of the stalls, but was soon nicely tucked away in midfield by Richard Hughes. He came off the bridle with two furlongs to run, but made up ground on leader Bannock relatively easily. It was at this stage that Bogart carried him out into the centre of the track but it didn't stop his momentum too much and once he drew alongside Bannock there was only ever going to be one winner. Predictably he shortened for the 2000 Guineas after this victory, however it may be worth bearing in mind that Hannon's three most recent winners of the race failed to make a huge impact at Newmarket, although Dick Turpin did his best. Having said that this fellow looks a different gravy, and he also has scope for further improvement as he steps up in trip unlike last-year's winner Libranno. Runner-up Bannock ran well, considering he didn't have a great draw. He got across to the rails tidily and went about his job from the front, but had no answer when challenged. He patently just bumped into a better horse today, and he helps give this form plenty of substance. Third was Caspar Netscher who made his challenge on the nearside rail and ran with credit, just lacking the turn of foot showed by the two ahead of him. He is a credit to connections and should be very competitive when his sights are lowered slightly. Fourth was Silver Heels who got a bit of a bump at the start and only ran on once the race was over, whilst Saigon seemed to find this company too hot. An eye-catcher in seventh was Bogart. He is a big horse and just seemed to get unbalanced when the race started to hot up, carrying the favourite wide. He wasn't given a hard time once his chance had gone but is one to keep on the right side of.