Racing UK Leading Jockey Award-Standings After Second Day

Horse Racing | Press Article 16/04/24



Jockey   1st   2nd   3rd

Ryan Moore   2   1   2

Silvestre De Sousa 2   1   -

Andrea Atzeni   2   -   1

Pat Cosgrave   1   1   -

Jim Crowley   1   1   -

James Doyle   1   1   -

PJ McDonald   1   1   -

Gerald Mosse   1   -   -

Oisin Murphy   1   -   -

Tom Queally   1   -   -

Jimmy Quinn   1   -   -

Danny Tudhope   -   1   4

Ben Curtis   -   1   1

Joe Fanning    -   1   1

Martin Harley   -   1   1

Hector Crouch   -   1   -

Tom Marquand   -   1   -

Colm O'Donoghue -   1   -

Jason Watson   -   1   -

Adam Kirby   -   -   1

Luke Morris   -   -   1

Callum Shepherd   -   -   1

Hayley Turner   -   -   1



Trainer   1st   2nd   3rd

Richard Hannon  2   2   -

William Haggas   2   -   1

Mark Johnston   1   1   2

David Simcock   1   -   1

George Baker   1   -   -

Mick Channon   1   -   -

David Elsworth   1   -   -

John Gosden   1   -   -

Ron Harris   1   -   -

Richard Spencer   1   -   -

William Knight   1   -   -

Neil King   1   -   -

David O'Meara   -   1   1

Jim Boyle   -   1   -

Karl Burke   -   1   -

Roger Charlton   -   1   -

Jessica Harrington IRE -   1   -

Charlie Hills   -   1   -

Alan King   -   1   -

Gary Moore   -   1   -

Hughie Morrison   -   1   -

John Quinn   -   1   -

Sir Michael Stoute -   1   -

James Bethell   -   -   1

Tony Carroll   -   -   1

Clive Cox   -   -   1

Luca Cumani   -   -   1

Martyn Meade   -   -   1

Aidan O'Brien IRE   -   -   1

Marcus Tregoning -   -   1

Roger Varian   -   -   1

Archie Watson   -   -   1


Tuesday, July 31

1.50pm Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap 1m 1f 197y

ALFARRIS (Hamdan Al Maktoum) William Haggas 4-9-00 Jim Crowley 13/2 Fav

2.25pm Qatar Vintage Stakes (Group 2) 7f

DARK VISION (Kingsley Park 10) Mark Johnston 2-9-01 Silvestre De Sousa 100/30 Fav

3.00pm Qatar Lennox Stakes (Group 2) 7f

SIR DANCEALOT (C Benham/ D Whitford/ L Quinn/ K Quinn) David Elsworth 4-9-03 Gerald Mosse 5/1 Jt Fav

3.35pm Qatar Goodwood Cup (Group 1) (British Champions Series) 2m

STRADIVARIUS (Bjorn Nielsen) John Gosden 4-9-09 Andrea Atzeni 4/5 Fav

4.10pm Nginious! Swiss Gin EBF Maiden 6f

WATAN (Al Shaqab Racing) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Ryan Moore 6/1

4.45pm Chelsea Barracks Handicap 5f

UNDER THE COVERS (Ridge House Stables Ltd) Ron Harris 5-8-08 P J McDonald 16/1

5.15pm Matchbook Time To Move Over Fillies' Handicap 1m

MOVE SWIFTLY (Sheikh Rashid Dalmook Al Maktoum) William Haggas 3-8-12 James Doyle 9/2 Fav

Wednesday, August 1

1.50pm Matchbook Betting Podcast Goodwood Handicap 2m 4f 134y

LIL ROCKERFELLER (Davies Smith Govier & Brown) Neil King 7-8-13 Silvestre De Sousa 11/4 Fav

2.25pm Move Over To Matchbook Handicap 1m 3f 218y

SOTO SIZZLER (Ian Heseltine) William Knight 3-8-00 Jimmy Quinn 20/1

3.00pm Markel Insurance Molecomb Stakes (Group 3) 5f

RUMBLE INTHEJUNGLE (Rebel Racing Premier) Richard Spencer 2-9-01 Tom Queally 5/1

3.35pm Qatar Sussex Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) 1m

LIGHTNING SPEAR (Qatar Racing Limited) David Simcock 7-9-08 Oisin Murphy 9/1

4.10pm Victoria Racing Club Fillies' Maiden 6f

FEEL GLORIOUS (Turf Club 2016) George Baker 2-9-00 Pat Cosgrave 125/1

4.45pm EBF Breeders' Series Fillies' Handicap 1m 1f 197y

CARAVELA (Jon & Julia Aisbitt) Mick Channon 4-8-09 Andrea Atzeni 11/1

5.20pm Qatar International Stakes (Group 1 - Purebred Arabians) 1m

MURAAQIB (HH Sheikh Hamadan Bin Al Maktoum) Francois Rohaut FR 6-9-08 Jim Crowley 5/2

5.55pm Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group Handicap 7f

MEDAHIM (Al Shaqab Racing) Richard Hannon 4-9-12 Ryan Moore 7/1



Silvestre De Sousa, the rider of the winner, LIL ROCKERFELLER (USA), was suspended for 2 days (August 15 & 16) for using his whip when clearly winning inside the final furlong.


Approximately three and a half furlongs out, INFRASTRUCTURE, placed sixth, lugged quickly left-handed taking MISS LATIN (IRE), unplaced, off its intended line. After viewing a recording of the incident it was found that no riding offence was involved and it had not improved the placing of INFRASTRUCTURE. Jimmy Quinn, the rider of the winner, SOTO SIZZLER, was suspended for 2 days (August 15 & 16) for using his whip in the incorrect place. The performance of POLISH, which finished unplaced, was considered. Roger Charlton could offer no explanation for the colt's performance. The performance of DRILL, which finished unplaced, was considered. Luca Cumani's explanation that the colt ran flat was noted.


QUEEN OF BERMUDA (IRE) wore earplugs which were removed at the start. Tom Queally was wearing sponsorship that did not comply with the Sponsorship Code of Conduct. The rider was warned as to his responsibility to ensure that the correct sponsorship is carried. An enquiry was held to consider interference shortly after the start when WELL DONE FOX, unplaced, ridden by Tom Marquand, interfered with BARBILL (IRE), placed sixth, ridden by John Egan. Marquand was suspended for 3 days (August 15, 16 & 17) for careless riding as he had allowed his mount to drift left-handed when not sufficiently clear, causing Egan to have to take a check off heels for a number of strides. Following the race, Daniel Tudhope reported that SOLDIER'S CALL, placed third, suffered interference leaving the stalls.

3:35pm QATAR SUSSEX STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 1)

EXPERT EYE wore earplugs which were removed at the start. SO BELOVED finished unplaced at Goodwood the previous day. The Veterinary Officer reported that a pre-race examination of the gelding deemed it fit to race. Rounding the bend EXPERT EYE, placed second, edged right-handed causing BEAT THE BANK, placed fifth, on its inside to make brief contact with the rail. After viewing a recording of the incident, it was found that no riding offence was involved and it had not improved the placing of EXPERT EYE. The performance of WITHOUT PAROLE, which started favourite and finished unplaced, was considered. John Gosden explained that the colt was unsuited by the slow early pace and having to race prominently. His explanation was noted. The Veterinary Officer reported that a post-race examination of WITHOUT PAROLE during routine testing failed to reveal any abnormalities.


Permission was given for DANCING WARRIOR to wear a hood in the Parade Ring. An enquiry was held to consider interference approximately 4 furlongs out when AIM POWER (IRE), unplaced, ridden by Silvestre De Sousa, interfered with ALHAKMAH (IRE), placed second, ridden by Ryan Moore. The interference was found to be accidental as AIM POWER (IRE) was running green and became crowded in between WELCOMING (FR), and YOURTIMEISNOW. As a consequence, De Sousa had to take a check off heels which caused his mount to lug right-handed and give ALHAKMAH (IRE) a slight bump. Following the race, Oisin Murphy reported that DISCO DORIS, unplaced, was slowly away and ran green, Franny Norton reported that GLASS SLIPPERS, unplaced, was denied a clear run on a number of occasions, and James Doyle reported that PARLIAMENT HOUSE (IRE), unplaced, ran very green.


Approaching the final furlong TWENTY TIMES (IRE), placed fourth, lugged right-handed causing JUNEAU (IRE), unplaced, to shy away and as a consequence, BILLESDON BESS, unplaced, had to be briefly steadied by the rider against the rail. After viewing a recording of the incident, it was found that no riding offence was involved and it had not improved the placing of TWENTY TIMES (IRE). JUNEAU (IRE), drawn 8, anticipated the start and accelerated the gate at the same moment as the race had been started. Being satisfied that it was not caused through a faulty action of the starting stalls, no further action was taken. Following the race, Hollie Doyle reported that BILLESDON BESS, unplaced, ran too free, Shane Kelly reported that TWENTY TIMES (IRE), placed fourth, hung badly right-handed. Josephine Gordon reported that GLENYS THE MENACE (FR), unplaced, hung right-handed throughout; the Veterinary Officer reported that a post-race examination of the filly failed to reveal any abnormalities. Silvestre De Sousa, reported that SAVAANAH (IRE), placed second, hung right-handed and became unbalanced; the filly was routine tested.


P J McDonald, the rider of MASHAM STAR (IRE), placed fourth, struck the winner, MEDAHIM (IRE), once over the nose with the whip but after viewing a recording of the incident, it was considered to be accidental. Following the race, Silvestre De Sousa reported that MEDIEVAL (IRE), placed fifth, lugged both ways, and Shane Kelly reported that GOSSIPING, unplaced, was denied a clear run.