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Order Of St George favoured to gain Goodwood revenge

| 28.06.2017

Order Of St George has been installed as the 15-8 favourite by Coral for the Qatar Goodwood Cup, ahead of his Gold Cup conqueror Big Orange, at 2-1, in their opening show on the newly promoted Group One contest.

“Like their titanic finish at Ascot last week, there’s very little between the two Goodwood Cup market leaders, but we narrowly favour Order Of St George to gain his revenge, as perhaps the Ballydoyle colt didn’t quite get the run of the race in the Gold Cup, although Big Orange will not be an easy horse to pass as he bids for a hat-trick of wins on the Sussex downs,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**Qatar Goodwood Cup
15-8 Order Of St George, 2 Big Orange, 6 Vazirabad, 10 Dal Harraild, 14 Simple Verse, 16 Pallasator, Qewy, Sheikhzayedroad, 20 St Michel, Stradivarius, Wicklow Brave, 25 Bar

**Stobart Rail Northumberland Plate
5 Flymetothestars, Seamour, 7 Higher Power, 9 Natural Scenery, 10 Jaameh, 12 Lord George, 16 Blakeney Point, London Prize, Sir Chauvelin, 20 Byron Flyer, Clever Cookie, Good Run, Maleficent Queen, Yorkidding, 25 Bar

**Betfred TV Chipchase Stakes
3 Second Thought, 9-2 Don’t Touch, 6 Perfect Pasture, 13-2 Kimberella, 8 Final Venture, 10 Koropick, Ornate, 12 Aeolus, 14 Mattmu, Spring Loaded, 16 Clem Fandango, Intisaab, Solar Flair, Unabated, 20 Nameitwhatyoulike, Sutter Counyty, 25 Bar

**Betway Criterion Stakes
4 Breton Rock, 9-2 Home Of The Brave, 6 Stormy Antarctic, Thikriyaat, 13-2 Oh This Is Us, 7 Richard Pankhurst, 8 Flight Risk, So Beloved, 10 Jungle Cat, Kool Kompany, 16 Ibn Malik, 20 Johnny Barnes, Salateen, Winning Ways, 25 Bar

**Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby
9-4 Cracksman, Wings Of Eagles, 3 Waldgeist, 10 Capri, 14 Douglas Macarthur, 16 Venice Beach, 20 Grandee, 25 Taj Mahal, 33 Dubai Sand, Spanish Steps, 50 Finn McCool, The Anvil,

3 Cliffs Of Moher, 7-2 Barney Roy, 7 Decorated Knight, Eminent, 8 Churchill, Hawkbill, Ulysses, 10 Mutakayyef, 12 Poet’s Word, Shutter Speed, 14 Benbatl, Queen’s Trust, 16 Bar

**Coolmore Nunthorpe
4-5 Lady Aurelia, 5 Caravaggio, Marsha, 7 The Tin Man, 10 Tasleet, 12 Profitable, 14 Washington DC, 20 Battash, Muthmir, Priceless, 25 Bar

**Darley July Cup
5-4 Caravaggio, 5 Harry Angel, The Tin Man, 6 Limato, 7 Tasleet, 16 Magical Memory, 20 Brando, 25 Bar

**John Smith’s Cup
10 Big Country, Kidmenever, 12 Victory Bond, 14 Chelsea Lad, Mustashry, 16 Abdon, Al Neksh, Another Touch, Ballet Concerto, Banksea, Borocco, Burguillos, El Vip, Master Carpenter, Rare Rhythm, Scarlet Dragon, Sixties Groove, Snoano, Uae Prince, 20 Bar

**Bunbury Cup
8 Fastnet Tempest, 12 Flaming Spear, Tabarrak, Tashweeq, 14 George William, Projection, Steady Pace, 16 Donncha, Mutawathea, Oh This Is Us, Remarkable, 20 Bar

**King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes
6-4 Highland Reel, 6 Enable, 7 Frontiersman, 8 Cliffs Of Moher, Cracksman, Ulysses, Wings Of Eagles, 9 Idaho, 12 Eminent, Jack Hobbs, 14 Benbatl, Journey 16 Bar


Further Information Contact
David Stevens 07720 400438



David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.