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Glorious Goodwood Thursday Preview PT 2

Juddmonte have an interesting contender in here who is set for a seasonal debut with only a single solitary run under his belt during his previous 2yo campaign. Convey beat out a Kempton maiden field by a full five lengths with James Doyle up in the irons. It may not have been the classiest of races but he beat some good contenders coming out of it and they certainly wouldn’t have placed him here if they didn’t think he could win it. You’ll find him trading at a 10/3 price tag and it’s worth noting he has a pair of Group 1 entries later on this year. 


The BetFred Mile is next up and we’ve got a full 20 contenders in the mix here with about a stone separating the field within the handicap. While races like this are generally about big value, the favourites position looks to be a straight-up shoot out between Godolphin’s Basem - undefeated on the season with a pair of victories - and Sheikh Hamdan’s Munaaser who has had two forgettable runs this season but then came close last time out in the Coral Challenge at Sandown. 

He finished behind none other than Basem and they could potentially come in top two here once again - both trade at 6/1. It’s also worth keeping your eye on perennial contender Chil The Kite, who might be ready to make the breakthrough from Hughie Morrison. 

The fourth contest of the day is the final Qatar King George Stakes - a Group 2 race going 5f and it’s the final race of the day shown on terrestrial television. It’s a tricky little handicap race and the lukewarm favourite is Cotai Glory who can be backed at a 4/1 margin while Sheikh Hamdan’s respected runner Muthmir offers up a bit more value and form at a 5/1 margin. 

He’s in as the top weight and could be poised to make the breakthrough here while it’s also worth keeping your eyes on Kingsgate Native, who’s taking a bit of a step up in grade here but boasts a course and distance victory in his previous career so the 20/1 on offer might be a sharp each way selection. 

Move In Time is probably the form selection and hasn’t finished outside of the top two in his past six races - capturing a Group 1 at Longchamp at a price of 25/1 to close out his season last year.