Betfair Ambassador Ryan Moore rides four on Friday at Glorious Goodwood and provides exclusive insight on their chances...
"He ran a very good race in the St James's Palace last time, finishing off his race well and beaten only two lengths, and I like his chances, back in grade."
14:25 - Bayside Boy
I like his chances back in grade
14:25 - Bayside Boy
You can make a case for three or four in here, but Bayside Boy could well be the one to beat. A high-class juvenile, being placed in a Dewhurst and a Vertem Futurity after winning the Champagne Stakes, he had little chance on his return from a wide draw in the French Guineas. But I thought he ran a very good race in the St James's Palace last time, finishing off his race well and beaten only two lengths, and I like his chances, back in grade.
Course winner set for decent showing
15:00 - The Turpinator
You don't need me to tell how competitive this race is and how much luck you need, but I think his win over 7f here last time is strong form - the runner-up went on run good races in defeat off a 3lb higher mark, and the front two pulled clear of third - so I think a 5lb rise was probably fair, especially as he may have won with a bit in hand. We know he stays this 1m, so hopefully all it set fair for a decent showing.
As good a chance as any
15:35 - Khaadem
He ran away with the Stewards' Cup here back in 2019 and he obviously did well to win the Palace House on his return. He hasn't run since, having had his problems at Ascot, but he probably has about has as good a chance as any in another wide-open race.
Step up should suit him
16:10 - Regal Reality
He won at this meeting back in 2018 and is holding his form well as a 7yo, running good races in defeat on both starts this term. Actually, you can probably mark up both runs given the way they unfolded for him - he has not helped himself by missing the break - and I think stepping up to 1m4f with him for the first time is well worth trying given the way he has been finishing off his races over 1m2f.