TWE ride of the week is back again for another segment of the blog and this week we have a twist as we could not decide between two superb winning rides so we have put them both in.

This is the first time we have given the accolade to, two winners this season but after a superb five days racing at the Glorious Goodwood festival.

The first horse sharing the ride of the week came on the first day of the meeting and Pinatubo for Charlie Appleby, James Doyle and Godolphin look to have a superstar on their hands.

The two year old started his career on the all weather at Wolverhampton and although not really suiting the conditions, won readily and Charlie Appleby knew his next step was for turf.

He went to Epsom, which is renowned for being a very tricky track but at the Derby meeting he landed the Woodcote Stakes getting up nicely and showing a clear turn of pace.

With potential in abundance, he was sent to Royal Ascot in the Listed Chesham Stakes and not only did he break the course two year old record over seven furlongs but also recorded a better Racing Post Rating in that race than the famous Churchill which is massive.

Goodwood was his next test and it was his best yet hence why he is up for this award but the way he quickened away from the strong field of youngsters was highly impressive, winning the race eased down by five lengths.

He is now the 9/4 favourite to win next year's 2000 Guineas which is remarkable, here is his winning ride with James Doyle being as much as a spectator as the rest of the on looking punters.

The other ride that caught our attention from Goodwood was Japanese raider Deirdre who landed the Group 1 Nassau Stakes in fine style under a classic ride from Oisin Murphy.

The five year old had raced once already in England this season on her last run and finished near the back of the field in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot.

That meant she started a rank outsider for this contest and until the final furlong it did not look like she was going to be anywhere near winning.

However, she went down the inside rail heading long time leader Mehdaayih to get up and the line and secure the black type win for Japan.

Here is the special ride.

Credit - Racing TV