Who To Follow On Day Five Of Glorious Goodwood 2022

Andy Smith | @AndySmithRacing

Horse To Follow - Sea La Rosa

The highest ranked race of the day at Goodwood on day five of the festival is the Lillie Langtry stakes. The group two has attracted some smart fillies this year but the real eye-catcher is the progressive looking Sea La Rosa.

William Haggas' 4 year old has slowly been progressing as she'g got more racing under her belt. Despite finding group racing a little too taxing over 12 furlongs last season, she looked absolutely lethal over a longer trip when dropped to listed company next time out. Looking to have stamina in abundance, she skipped clear of a smart field and hit the line powerfully to gain black type success.

She's returned to racing as a more mature horse this year and captured her first group success over 12 furlongs at Haydock against her own sex in impressive fashion. She shaped nicely in a group 2 last time out but a return to a longer trip looks likely to bring out the best in this smartly bred filly for a top trainer who's already had group success at this meeting.

Trainer To Follow - Charlie and Mark Johnstone

After taking out a joint license back in April of this year Charlie and Mark Johnstone have tasted plenty of success this season and looks to have some interesting runners on the final day of Glorious Goodwood.

Teaming up with Ryan Moore in the opening contest with Loyal Touch, he also saddles the favourite in the Summer Handicap with the bang in form Soapy Stevens. Also having the favourite in the last race of the meeting in the shape of Forest Falcon.

Johnstone's runners are notoriously hard to catch when hitting the front and are game to the finish. With two favourites in the books and other runners not un-fancied in the betting in other contests, the Johnstone dup could have a profitable day on the Sussex Downs.

Jockey To Follow - Ryan Moore

Ryan Moore has already tasted some success at Glorious Goodwood this year having given Kyprios a power-packed ride to hold off Stradivarius in the Goodwood Cup and scoring in a handicap earlier in the week.

He arrives on the final day of the festival with a decent book of rides for a strong variety of trainers. Getting the leg up on the interesting looking Loyal Touch in the first race of the day, he also gets the ride on a well touted filly in Emily Dickinson in the Lillie Langtry.

Seven rides for seven different trainers show just how versatile and sought after a jockey he is for this big meetings and it's never a surprise to see him back in the winner's enclosure.