Racing's greatest extrovert and finest ambassador, Frankie Dettori, won his first Qatar Stewards' Cup thanks to Magical Memory, and with it landed the Racing UK top jockey title for the Qatar Goodwood Festival on Saturday, August 1.
Sir Michael Stoute saddled Dartmouth was a comfortable winner of the Educate A Child Handicap in the colours of The Queen.
It was as if Richard Hughes had just ridden the Derby and Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner on the same afternoon, not finished fourth in a handicap on a little-known horse called Fox Trotter
Frankie Dettori, following his first victory in the Qatar Stewards' Cup, was declared the top rider at the Qatar Goodwood Festival with six successes.
HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan owned Sir Bani Yas came with a late stretch run to overhaul Prada T and Mister Ginoux to land the first leg of the Doha Triple Crown
Marco Botti trained Golden Steps (Frankie Dettori up) sporting the colours of Mohammed al-Mannai gave yet another victory for Qatar
David Wachman trained Legatissimo demonstrated an electric change of pace on her way to a facile victory in the Group I £600,000 Qatar Nassau Stakes, which featured the races on the concluding day of the Qatar Goodwood Festival
Trainer Richard Hannon could not contain his excitement following Tashaar's impressive length and half victory after being eased down by Frankie Dettori
Al Shaqab Racing’s and Francois Rohaut trained Amy Eria held on gamely from Osiala to win the Group III L'Ormarins Queens Plate Stakes at Goodwood on Friday, July 31.
With a power packed ride from Paul Hannagan, WillIam Haggas trained Muthmir narrowly got the better of last year's winner Take Cover in a thrilling £400,000 Qatar King George Stakes