Qatar Sussex Stakes
horse racing tipster
Group 1, Goodwood 15:35
£1,000,000 added,
3yo plus,
1m, Class 1
  
Wednesday 31st July 2019

No fewer than 14 of the 20 horses going forward in the £1-million Qatar Sussex Stakes, the mile highlight of the second day on Wednesday, July 31, have already finished first or second at G1 level, including eight individual G1 winners. 
 
Too Darn Hot is the 7/2 favourite with Unibet, official betting partner of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, with last year's European champion two-year-old having bounced back to his best for trainer John Gosden and owner/breeder Lord Lloyd-Webber with an impressive victory over seven furlongs in the G1 Qatar Prix Jean Prat at Deauville, France, on July 7. 
 
Gosden won the 2014 Qatar Sussex Stakes with Kingman and the Newmarket handler could also be represented by a son of the top miler in King Of Comedy (4/1 with Unibet). The progressive three-year-old colt was beaten a neck on his first G1 appearance in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. 

A strong three-year-old challenge could also feature G1 Commonwealth Cup victor Advertise (Martyn Meade), G1 Irish 2,000 Guineas scorer Phoenix Of Spain (Charlie Hills) and Skardu (William Haggas), who was third in the G1 QIPCO 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Romanised
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Romanised
 
The older generation is set to be well-represented, with four of the first five home in this year's G1 Queen Anne Stakes - Lord Glitters (David O'Meara), Beat The Bank (Andrew Balding), Romanised (Ken Condon IRE) and Le Brivido (Aidan O'Brien IRE) - all engaged. 
 
Accidental Agent (Eve Johnson-Houghton) took the Royal Ascot showpiece in 2018, while Zabeel Prince (Roger Varian) and Dream Castle (Saeed bin Suroor) have both captured G1 prizes over nine furlongs this year.

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Qipco Sussex Stakes (British Champions Series)
£1,000,000 added, 3yo plus, 1m, Class 1
20 remaining entries
Six-day confirmation & £70,000 supplementary stage July 25, final declarations July 29.

Horse
Age
Trainer
ACCIDENTAL AGENT
5
Eve Johnson Houghton 
ADVERTISE
3
Martyn Meade 
BEAT THE BANK
5
Andrew Balding 
DREAM CASTLE
5
Saeed bin Suroor 
HAPPEN (USA)
3
Aidan O'Brien IRE
HAPPY POWER (IRE)
3
Andrew Balding 
HEY GAMAN
4
James Tate 
I CAN FLY
4
Aidan O'Brien IRE
JUST WONDERFUL (USA)
3
Aidan O'Brien IRE
KING OF COMEDY (IRE)
3
John Gosden 
LE BRIVIDO (FR)
5
Aidan O'Brien IRE
LORD GLITTERS (FR)
6
David O'Meara 
MATTERHORN (IRE)
4
Mark Johnston 
NEVER NO MORE (IRE)
3
Aidan O'Brien IRE
PHOENIX OF SPAIN (IRE)
3
Charles Hills 
ROMANISED (IRE)
4
Ken Condon IRE
SKARDU
3
William Haggas 
TOO DARN HOT
3
John Gosden 
VERACIOUS
4
Sir Michael Stoute 
ZABEEL PRINCE (IRE)
6
Roger Varian