Is festival success written in stars for Goodwood Zodiac?
Sussex racegoers who keep a keen eye on local horses leading up to Glorious Goodwood could do a lot worse than follow the fortunes of one of Goodwood Racehorse Owners' Group's runners.
Goodwood Zodiac, a recent winner at Windsor, is all set to contest the Matchbook Betting Exchange Stakes on Thursday, July 28. The mile and a quarter handicap is for three-year-olds only and looks ‘ready made’ for him.
Angmering Park-based trainer William Knight and GROG racing manager Gail Brown report him as being in great shape ahead of the task, and the syndicate would love to cheer home their first Glorious winner – having gone so close with Goodwood Mirage, who finished second three seasons ago.
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