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GLORIOUS GOODWOOD | Three Value Picks to consider for Day 4

An interesting colt, a Group 1 winner and a former stayer make up the trio of selections for the fourth day of Glorious Goodwood



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Glorious Goodwood is slowly drawing to a close, with the fourth day of racing already upon on Friday.

The action gets underway with a 2m4½f Handicap at 1:50 and concludes at 5:20 with a 1m3f Handicap.

The Group 2 Qatar Stakes is the feature race of the day in Chichester, which is pencilled in at 3:35.

Our team have scoured through the card in hope of finding some value.

Here are three selections to consider on day three of Glorious Goodwood.

TASMAN BAY – 2:25 GOODWOOD (12/1 – Various)

Hailing from Sir Mark Todd’s yard, Tasman Bay is dropped back down in trip in the one-mile Thoroughbred Stakes.

The Le Havre colt has made one start over eight furlongs, thundering clear of his rivals in a novice event at Newcastle.

The three-year-old has run respectably over further in recent time, but he could be competitive here with his price of 12/1 holding some appeal.

GLASS SLIPPERS – 3:35 GOODWOOD (11/1 – William Hill)

A triple Group 1 winner over the minimum distance, Glass Slippers could well be overpriced in the King George Qatar Stakes.

Kevin Ryan’s star mare has not run since winning at the Breeders’ Cup back in November, but she is talented and may not need a run to blow off the cobwebs.

Kevin Ryan
Kevin Ryan has a smart mare in Glass Slippers

She has 3lbs on the market favourite Battaash and she could well in the frame with a decent price of 11/1.

EAGLES BY DAY – 4:10 GOODWOOD (18/1 – William Hill)

Holding a decent each-way price of 18/1, Eagles By Day could kick up a surprise in the Glorious Stakes for David O’Meara.

The son of Sea The Stars ran over the longer distances last season, finishing fourth and fifth in the Goodwood Cup and Doncaster cup respectively.

David O'Meara Trainer
David O’Meara sends Eagles By Day to Goodwood on Friday

The five-year-old running over the significantly shorter trip of 1m4f, but he has won over this distance and could mark his seasonal return with a big run here.

Reece Charlton is a Content Writer at Low6 that specializes in horse racing. He is an avid hunter of value in the racing world, picking out longshots six days a week across the National Hunt and Flat cards on offer across the UK and Ireland. He keeps punters and race fans in the know with his racing expertise with previews and value picks for all the big cards and meetings.