Glorious Goodwood betting tips, preview and odds

The final day of action on the Sussex Downs sees the sprinters fly up the straight in a typically competitive renewal of the Stewards’ Cup while there is Group action in the form of the Lillie Langtry.

We have picked out another three selections for your consideration in our Glorious Goodwood betting tips.

2.30 – Summer Handicap

URBAN ARTIST has been performing with credit in Group and Listed company, so should feel the benefit of a move back in quality and is the first pick in our Glorious Goodwood betting tips.

She was a winner at this track off a mark of 80 back in August and the fact she is now on a perch of 99 speaks volumes for her progression.

My Frankel, who finished third in the Old Newton Cup over 1m4f at Haydock, has the assistance of Ryan Moore this time and has to be given plenty of consideration while the hat-trick seeking Nuits St Georges also comes into calculations.

He relishes it around here and won’t mind conditions.

Urban Artist to win17/2

3.05 – Lillie Langtry Stakes

WONDERFUL TONIGHT skipped an intended engagement in the King George last weekend and has the chance to extend her winning run to four in our Glorious Goodwood betting tips.

Testing conditions are vital to her chances and she looks likely to have things firmly in her favour as she continues her march towards an autumn date with the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

Among her opponents, all receiving 3lb or more as she again takes on her fellow fillies and mares, is Ralph Beckett’s Albaflora – re-opposing after finishing fifth in the Hardwicke.

Also in the reckoning is Roger Varian’s Believe In Love, back to form with a Leopardstown Group Three victory this month.

Wonderful Tonight to win7/10

Stewards’ Cup

This fiercely contested 6f sprint handicap is an ever-present on the final day of the festival and we fancy HURRICANE IVOR (pictured below in purple) to shine in our Glorious Goodwood betting tips.

Hurricane Ivor, horse racing, Goodwood betting tips

Now with William Haggas after spending his first two seasons in France, the four-year-old has made rapid strides from an initially disappointing effort at York in May to appearing to win in what was a controversial dead heat at Sandown.

Haggas turned him out at Ascot a week later and he again ran with credit, beaten a short head by Significantly after racing on the unfavoured side of the track.

Fresh was only a neck away from Wokingham success at Royal Ascot and is only 3lb higher this time while Summerghand looks to defend his crown off a mark only 1lb higher than when victorious in this 12 months ago.

Hurricane Ivor to win7/1

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