lTerry Mills enjoys his first winner at Goodwood when Usaidit (John Reid) gets the better
of Muhayaa (Alex Scott/Walter Swinburn) in the mile-and-a-half Glorious Rated Stakes.
lThree-pound claimer David Harrison ends a losing run of 58 when Monsieur Dupont (Barry Hills) gets the better
of Rusty Reel (Clive Brittain/Gary Bardwell) in the
lA British 1-2 in the Goldene Peitsche at Baden-Baden as Elbio (Peter Makin/John Reid) gets the better
of Twafeaj (Ben Hanbury/Bruce Raymond).
lSweet Jaffa (Dick Hern) gets the better
of Express Service (Peter Makin/Walter Swinburn) in the maiden sprint and Little Too Much (Guy Harwood) beats Swinburn's mount Azhar (Michael Stoute) in the two-year-old conditions heat.
lRichard Hannon passes the pounds 1-million mark for the season as Son Pardo (John Reid) gets the better
of Eddery on Canaska Star (Paul Kelleway) in the Richmond, but the Irishman is back on the board when Silca-Cisa (Mick Channon) outruns Saddlehome (Richard Whitaker) in the sprint handicap.
A fine reward for owners' loyalty to a small stable as King Credo (Steve Woodman/Adrian Maguire) gets the better
of Rodeo Star (Nigel Tinkler/Jamie Osborne) in the Imperial Cup at Sandown.
Denys Smith ends a seven-week blank as Grey Minstrel (Chris Grant) gets the better
of Dickie's Gin (John Wade/Kevin Jones) in
lGraham McCourt is in form at Edinburgh as Stylish Gent (Nigel Tinkler) wins the novice hurdle from Hypnotist, and The Yank (Micky Hammond) gets the better
of Ceilidh Boy in the three-mile hurdle.
Two are for David Morley as Rilke gets the better
of Might Be (John/Anthony Webber) and Scort sees off Esprit (Henry Hutsby/Robert Mann).
lJohn Matthias rides his 50th winner for Ian Balding as Tour de Force gets the better
of Revertis (Tommy Craig/Kevin Leason) in the mile-and-a-half handicap at Haydock.
lAs expected, a filly trained in France wins the Sun Chariot at Newmarket, but instead of hot favourite Antrona (Franois Boutin), who is only sixth, it is Ranimer (Alfred Gibert) who gets the better
of Duboff (Barry Hills/Willie Carson) to give Peter Head (Alec Head's brother) his first success in Britain.