The second day of the Qatar Goodwood Festival had an eight-race card.
Trainer Neil King’s Lil Rockerfeller won the Matchbook Betting Podcast Goodwood; a 4100m handicap contest for 3-year-old and older horses.
Trainer William Knight’s Soto Sizzler won the Move Over To Matchbook Handicap Stakes; a 2000m contest for 3-year-old and older horses.
Trainer Richard Spencer’s Rumble in the Jungle won the Markel Insurance Molecomb Stakes; a Group 3 race for two-year-olds over five furlongs.
Trainer David Simcock’s Lightning Spear won the Qatar Sussex Stakes; a Group 1 (British Champion Series) over a mile for three-year-old and older horses.
Trainer George Baker’s Feel Glorious won the Victoria Racing Club Maiden Stakes; a six-furlong race for two-year-old fillies.
Trainer Mick Channon’s Caravela won the EBF Breeders’ Series Handicap Stakes; a 2000m race for three-year-old and older fillies and mares.
Trainer F. Rohut’s Muraaqib won the Qatar International Stakes; a Group 1 race over a mile for four-year-old and older Purebred Arabians.
Trainer Richard Hannon’s Medahim won the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group Stakes; a seven-furlong handicap for three-year-old and older horses.