The fifth and final afternoon of action at Glorious Goodwood features the Stewards' Cup and is possibly the toughest card so far for punters.
There are seven races from 13:50 until 17:10 and, with tough fields, there is hopefully a chance to find some decent value across the card.
Saluti to win and each-way - BET NOW
The afternoon begins with the Stewards' Sprint Handicap over the minimum distance and a field of 17 have accepted the challenge.
From the bottom of the weights, it's impossible to discount a big run from Tommy G, winner of this race in 2018 and placed in the years before and after. He's on a workable mark now.
Paul Midgley had dropped Saluti down to 5f this year after a consistent run in 2019 when he joined the yard from Amanda Perrett. He really has taken to it and after an eye-catching Doncaster third behind progressive Jawwaal - both he and runner-up Savalas were winners next time out - Saluti was a game winner at Pontefract nine days ago.
This is harder, no doubt, but he has won from this mark of 83 in the past and after just two starts at 5f, remains with potential for better. He's got an excellent strike-rate on turf (6-24) and can go well in this cavalry charge under Danny Tudhope.
Kimifive to win and each-way - BET NOW
He's already bagged a Group 1 sprint via the July Cup last month and Cieren Fallon has decent claims in the Stewards' Cup with Kimifive for trainer James Tuite.
The five-year-old boasts winning form over 7f at this venue and he got no run in this race last year under Shane Kelly, having to switch late on to make his move before finishing with a flourish in seventh.
He has run well in all three starts this season and in the Bunbury Cup at Newmarket last month it was a similar tale of misfortune as Richard Kingscote didn't get the gaps when needed, and they eventually stayed on for sixth in a strong renewal.
He's on the same mark of 92 that he raced from last year and, drawn in stall one, Fallon should hopefully get out alertly and find a nice field position. Kimifive is capable of landing a big pot and with his rider taking 3lb off, this might be his time to shine.
Cold Front to win and each-way - BET NOW
It's been a fantastic Glorious Goodwood for Tom Marquand already and the in-form pilot may be able to cap it with victory on Cold Front for William Haggas.
The trainer continues to have his team firing, with his two-week strike-rate in excess of 27 per-cent, and this handicap debutant is to be feared.
The Lope De Vega colt ran into one at Yarmouth in June when pulling a long way clear with impressive winner Man Of Promise and he since made no mistake with a decisive maiden success at Haydock under James Doyle.
He looks a three-year-old worth following and he's set to be a fair price here as Sir Michael Stoute runs Doncaster second and the also promising Society Lion.
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Yes. ITV are covering five races, between 13:30 and 16:00 while all the action is available on Racing TV. Bet365 are streaming all of the races.
Straight: good to firm; round: good-good to firm in places.
Cold Front to win.
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