Battash, 2018 winner of the King George Qatar Stakes By Andrew Atkinson BATTASH (3.35), trained  by Charlie Hills, has the King George Qatar Stakes Group 2 over 5 furlongs at it’s mercy, on day 4 of Glorious Goodwood on August 2. Jockey Jim Crowley is in the saddle to bag the £176,935 winner’s purse.  El Astronaute (7-1) is selected each-way by Mirage Dancer (4.40) trained by Sir Michael Stoute and ridden by Ryan Moore also has the L’Ormarins Queens Plate Glorious Stakes G3 over 1m 3f at it’s mercy. Stoute saddles Jubiloso (1.50) in the Theo Fennell Oak Tree Stakes Group 3 over 7f, tipped to win by Royal Intervention, ridden by Frankie Dettori and trained by Ed Walker, and Pretty Baby, ridden by Jamie Spencer and trained by William Haggas, are both each-way Turgenev (2.25) with Dettori up, trained by John Gosden, and Momkin, trained by Roger Charlton, with Oisin Murphy up, are each-way selections in the Bonhams Thoroughbred Stakes G3, over 1m. Mojito (3.00), ridden by Dettori, trained by Gosden; Escobar, trained by David O’Meara, with Spencer up, and Mark Johnston trained Dark Vision, with Murphy up, are each-way The Unibet Nursery over 5f sees Richard Hannon trained Hard Nut (4.10) ridden by Murphy, and Dylan De Vega, trained by Richard Fahey, with T. Hamilton up, go to post, each-way The TDN Australia Handicap over 1m 3f each-way selections are Deal A Dollar (5.15), trained by Stoute, with Moore up, and Aktau, trained by Roger Varian, with Andrea Atzeni up. The post Yes Sir, Stoute’s Glorious Goodwood? appeared first on Horse Racing News and Tips.