Wednesday's Follow The Money comes from day two of Glorious Goodwood...
We start with the 14:00 2m5f Handicap, where The Cashel Man, has been backed in from [8.8] to [6.8]. The four-year-old has a handy second in a handicap at York this season, while most recently was eighth - but fewer than five lengths from the winner - in the Northumberland Vase at Newcastle. In both runs the selection was left to do all his best work all but too late so the extra 5f in trip for this one should suit. With Jamie Spencer on board, we expect the stayer to go very close and recommend a back at a nice price.
Galileo Gold is our lay this afternoon in the feature race, the Sussex Stakes, running at 15:10. Hugo Palmer's talented three-year-old has drifted from [2.88] in to an available [3.5] despite his exploits in the 2000 Guineas and St James Stakes, finishing ahead of rivals The Gurkha and Awtaad in the latter. But both of those have good chances, with The Gurkha nabbing a respectable second in The Eclipse at Sandown last time out, which showed he is more suited to a mile, while Awtaad beat Galileo Gold in the Irish 2000 Guineas.
For our each-way selection we head to the 17:25, where Czech It Out has tumbled in price from [16.5] in to [9.0]. One of three runners for trainer Amanda Perrett, the six-year-old charge is only 1lb worse off in the handicap from his last success which was a course and distance win here back in May last year. The gelding has had some respectable runs in higher class this season and the step back to 7f from a mile can only be seen as a positive. This one should prove competitive in a lower class race and with four places on offer at the time of writing, looks a solid each way bet.
Back The Cashel Man @ [6.8] in the 14:00 at Goodwood
Lay Galileo Gold @ [3.5] in the 15:10 at Goodwood
Back Czech It Out each way @ [9.0] in the 17:25 at Goodwood
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