Andrew Balding: Kameko is in great form at home
The Betway ambassador assesses the chances of his five runners on the second day of Glorious Goodwood.
Be More won well last time out and this is her first try at 1m2f.
Make no mistake, this is a good race and there are a few in this that I think will end up as stakes fillies, but I’m pleased with ours.
She’s in good form at home and deserves to take her chance.
I thought Damage Control ran well enough in the Bahrain Trophy and that gave us the encouragement that he’d stay 1m4f well.
This is a very different test but we’re hopeful he’ll acquit himself well.
We’re taking a bit of a punt on Night On Earth going into a group race off the back of his Windsor win.
He’s got plenty of speed, which you need in this race, and it is a wide-open affair so we’re looking forward to seeing how he gets on.
Obviously, the race of the week is going to be the Sussex Stakes and we’re delighted with Kameko going into it.
It’s a proper race and it’s going to be exciting for all racing fans to watch.
He’s in great form at home, he’s been pleasing us since his run in the Derby. My only concern would be if it keeps on raining and there is cut in the ground, but the forecast suggests we’ll be okay.
Spirit Warning runs in the last race and he has been freshened up following a little break since running on the all-weather.
If you asked me what his ideal conditions would be, I’d say seven furlongs at Goodwood would be right up there, and he’s well drawn too.
Josh Bryan takes the ride, and has not only on him before, but also takes off a very valuable 3lbs, so we’re looking forward to seeing him run.
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