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Glorious Goodwood Tips & Betting Guide 2020

Glorious Goodwood is one of the biggest horse racing festivals in the UK. In late July, Goodwood race course plays host to five days of superb racing. With five days of top class racing, it’s no surprise that racing fans across the UK flock to Goodwood with bookmakers and punters both keen to get amongst the action.

Regardless of whether you’re a serious bettor or a casual racing punter, Goodwood tips are a priority. With five days of punting, Goodwood tips provide you the opportunity to bet across a total of 35 top class races. With bookmakers offering a range of promotional offers throughout the week, Goodwood is a great opportunity for serious and casual punters to identify value and take advantage of Goodwood tips.

Goodwood Betting Tips & Selections

If you’re serious about your Goodwood betting, or a casual punter who enjoys betting on the major racing festivals, you’ll be looking for Goodwood tips from a proven and profitable expert racing tipster. At bettingexpert, we take horse racing seriously, and our racing expert Stephen Harris is respected as one of the UK’s best racing tipsters. Not only does Stephen post his popular and profitable daily racing tips, he also posts selections for each race of the Goodwood racing festival.

Goodwood Tips & Race Schedule 2020

There are a total of 35 races run across the five days of Goodwood 2020. With that much racing action, it’s hard to resist placing a bet or two throughout the week. As Goodwood is one of the biggest horse racing festivals in the UK, bookmakers will make placing a bet worth your time with a range of enhanced place terms, enhanced odds, price boosts and bonus offers widely available throughout the week of racing. Not only will bettingexpert provide you with the best Goodwood tips but we will also keep you up to date with the best Goodwood offers and bookmaker promotions.

Glorious Good Tips 2020, Tuesday 28th July, Day 1 Schedule & Selections

1:10 EBF Fillies Handicap EBF Fillies Handicap Tips 2020
1.45 Unibet Youre On Handicap Unibet Youre On Handicap Tips 2020
2.15 Vintage Stakes Vintage Stakes Tips 2020
2.45 Lennox Stakes Lennox Stakes Tips 2020
3.15 Goodwood Cup Goodwood Cup Tips 2020
3.45 Qatar Handicap Qatar Handicap Tips 2020
4.20 Maiden Stakes Maiden Stakes Tips 2020
4.55 EBF Fillies Handicap EBF Fillies Handicap Tips 2020

Glorious Goodwood Tips 2020, Wednesday 29th July, Day 2 Schedule & Selections

1:10 EBF Fillies Handicap EBF Fillies Handicap Tips 2020
1.45 Unibet Goodwood Handicap Unibet Goodwood Handicap Tips 2020
2.15 Unibet 3 Boosts A Day Handicap Unibet 3 Boosts A Day Handicap Tips 2020
2.45 Molecomb Stakes Molecomb Stakes Tips 2020
3.15 Sussex Stakes FSussex Stakes Tips 2020
3.45 Fillies Conditions Stakes Fillies Conditions Stakes Tips 2020
4.20 Theo Fennell Handicap Theo Fennerll Handicap Tips 2020

Glorious Goodwood Tips 20202 Thursday 30th July, Day 3 Schedule & Selections

1:10 Mirabeau Handicap Mirabeau Handicap Tips 2020
1:45 Unibet Youre On Handicap Unibet Youre On Handicap Tips 2020
2:15 Richmond Stakes Richmond Stakes Tips 2020
2:45 Gordon Stakes Gordon Stakes Tips 2020
3:15 Nassau Stakes Nassau Stakes Tips 2020
3:45 Gusbourne Nursery Gusbourne Nursery Tips 2020
4:20 Maiden Fillies Stakes Maiden Fillies Stakes Tips 2020
4:55 Tatler Nursery Tatler Nursery Tips 2020

Glorious Goodwood Tips 2020, Friday 31st July, Day 4 Schedule & Selections

1:10 Tdn Australia Handicap Tdn Australia Handicap Tips 2020
1:45 Oak Tree Stakes Oak Tree Stakes Tips 2020
2:15 Thoroughbred Stakes Thoroughbred Stakes Tips 2020
2:45 Unibet Golden Mile Unibet Golden Mile Tips 2020
3:15 King George Stakes King George Stakes Tips 2020
3:45 Glorious Stakes Glorious Stakes Tips 2020
4:20 Unibet Nursery Unibet Nursery Tips 2020
4:55 Maiden Fillies Stakes Maiden Fillies Stakes Tips 2020

Glorious Goodwood Tips 2020, Saturday 1st August, Day 5 Schedule & Selections

2:00 Stewards Sprint Handicap Stewards Sprint Handicap Tips 2020
2:35 Unibet Summer Handicap Unibet Summer Handicap Tips 2020
3:10 Lillie Langtry Stakes Lillie Langtry Stakes Tips 2020
3:45 Stewards Cup Stewards Cup Tips 2020
4:20 Qatar Handicap Qatar Handicap Tips 2020
5:00 Breeders Fund Stakes Breeders Fund Stakes Tips 2020
5:35 Apprentice Handicap Apprentice Handicap Tips 2020

Goodwood Offers & Promotions

If you love bookmaker betting offers, and to be honest, who doesn’t, the Goodwood racing festival is a great chance to take advantage of the best bookmaker promotional offers and bonuses. This year bookmakers will again deliver a great list of Goodwood offers throughout the week with everything from enhanced odds, price boosts, bet insurance to new customer deposit bonus offers. Goodwood offers are a great way to make the week long festival even more exciting. If you’re looking for the best Goodwood offers, check our list each day of the festival for the best offers available.

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Glorious Goodwood Winning Tips 2020

Stephen Harris’ best bet results for Glorious Goodwood 2020.

Glorious Goodwood 2020 Tips Results – Best Bets

Tips Winners Profit ROI%
 36  7  -14.05  -39.0%

2 non runners

Glorious Goodwood 2020 Tips Results – All Tips

Tips Winners Profit ROI%
 72  12  -17.26  -24.0%

4 non runners

How To Bet On Glorious Goodwood

The Qatar Goodwood Festival, or Glorious Goodwood as traditionalists will always know it, runs from Tuesday 28th July through to Saturday 1st August in 2020. Although Goodwood lost several of their earlier fixtures with the season not beginning until June (after the global pandemic decimated sport around the world), the five day spectacular is expected to again provide one of the highlights of the entire flat racing season. 

Set in beautiful Sussex countryside the racing is varied, with high class and valuable Group prizes run through the week alongside some fiendishly competitive handicaps for horses of widely varying abilities. There are usually some hard-luck stories as the big fields roll around on the unique camber, and punters are advised to follow these five key punting pointers for a profitable week of betting.

1 – Take particular note of the draw and search for any track bias

Low drawn numbers are a big advantage on the round course at Goodwood, particularly in big fields where the ability to get a good early pitch can save several lengths on or close to the rail. Those drawn high have very little option but to drop in out the back (and look for luck in running from well off the pace), or risk racing ten wide from the stalls before taking the sharp turn into the straight (losing loads of ground in the process). Searching for lone frontrunners with a good low draw is one tried and tested winning formula at Goodwood.

On the straight course, any bias over the years has been generally ironed out and can vary from meeting to meeting. Astute punters are advised to watch the first race carefully each day to see if any advantage exists, although usually it pays to establish where the pace is to try and see where things pay develop (particularly in sprints where big fields invariably split into groups spread across the track).

2 – Follow Mark Johnston 

The Middleham trainer always targets this meeting with his huge string of horses, and has a terrific record at the track as a result. Whether it is the fact his horses are usually ridden positively from the front and keep galloping on relentlessly for pressure, or the likelihood that they are laid out to go close in the big handicaps throughout the week, he comes back year after year to enjoy fantastic success.

The legendary stayer Double Trigger took a remarkable three Goodwood Cups for the yard, making all the running and repelling all challengers on each occasion, while in 2019 the ultra tough handicapper Sir Ron Priestley became the trainers 80th career winner at the Goodwood Festival.

Over the past five seasons at Goodwood Johnston has trained 51 winners (from 321 runners at a creditable 16pc strike rate), with 77 of those finishing placed (24pc). He has used a wide range of jockeys during this time, with perhaps his association with Joe Fanning being the most profitable (21 winners at Goodwood in the past five years as a 16pc strike rate).

3 – Avoid short prices

Goodwood is an extremely difficult track to ride and the races can often become quite messy, with the runners inclined to run down the camber and congregate against the far rail in big fields. Luck in running when coming from off the pace can play a huge part, with horses often cruising on the bridle and not seeing any daylight from two out (as things naturally tighten up and the pacemakers begin to tire). For this reason over the years it can pay to look away from the obvious front of the market, with thin prices making very little appeal, and look for angles that might have been overlooked.

Lone frontrunners in small fields can often be at a big advantage, while in the sprints on the straight course it can pay to find a hold up performer who is drawn on the side of the track where all the early pace seems to be. Some jockeys have a terrific record at Goodwood, with Jim Crowley top of the table in the past five years (37 winners from 242 rides, 15pc strike rate) and Oisin Murphy not far behind with 25 winners from 198 rides (13pc strike rate).

4 – Play each-way and take advantage of the enhanced place terms and bookmaker offers

The Goodwood Festival throws up some of the most competitive handicaps of the turf season, and bookmakers are very keen to attract turnover into these seemingly intractable puzzles. This means that each year there are some fantastic opportunities for the astute backer to take advantage of, with firms such as Skybet, Bet 365 and Paddy Power often offering very generous enhanced place terms. For example in handicaps with 16 runners or more, the traditional place odds would be 1/4 1,2,3,4 (already generous to the punter, away from huge fields), but these are often increased to 1/4 the odds the first five, six, seven or even eight places. In these instances it is well worth putting together a package of several runners that you consider to be reasonable value and back them all each-way, with the place terms hugely in the backers favour.

Put together with attractive offers throughout the five days, such as money back if you finish second, best odds guaranteed, double result, enhanced odds about favourites (Betfred in particular often take on the exchange model and offer bigger prices about a popular runner), can mean the odds are tilted very much towards the punter and away from the layer,

5 – Previous Goodwood course form is worth considering

Unique undulations, big fields, fast run races on traditionally quick summer ground usually means that certain horses are well suited to the demands of racing at Goodwood. Watch back the previous meetings at the track (in 2019 for the 2020 festival) and it can be amazing how much you will notice that you did not pick up before, with unlucky losers, badly drawn horses outrunning their final positions, and also horses that struggle to handle the camber (often hanging violently when put under pressure up the straight).

Time and time again in the big handicaps, the same horses come back and win or run creditably when they have previously established themselves as well suited by the unique demands. 

Glorious Goodwood Betting: Top 5 Horses 2020

With the turf season now in full flow after a late beginning on June 1st, we take a look at some horses to keep an eye on as Glorious Goodwood approaches.

1 – Stradivarius

The best stayer of this generation seems sure to be back to try for win number four in the Goodwood Cup, with his devastating turn of foot and smooth travelling run style a potent weapon at the business end of this two mile contest.

2 – Dark Lion

Rumoured to be Roger Varian’s best juvenile ahead of his debut at Newmarket in June, this scopey sort pulled too hard and was not seen to best effect there under David Egan. He should relish a big field and fast run race at Goodwood, and remains with loads of potential as he becomes more tractable and experienced.

3 – Berkshire Rocco

Andrew Balding has made a blistering start to the season, and this promising 3-y-o caught a real tartar when second to English King at Lingfield in the Derby Trial. He raced up with a strong early pace there, eventually picked off by the impressive hard held winner with the pulling well clear of the rest on fast ground, and there should be loads more improvement in the tank going forwards.

4 – Sacred

William Haggas’s filly was thought sure to need the experience before making her debut at Newmarket in June, but defied the market to make a deeply impressive winning debut under James Doyle, travelling strongly on the bridle and sprinting clear inside the final furlong under a hand ride. She looked Group class there and is very much one to follow through the summer months, with more improvement in the tank as her stamina is drawn out.

5 – Magical Land

Charlie Appleby’s Frankel colt has plenty of size and scope about him, and he was sent off a very heavily backed 11/10f for his debut in June, looking a shade unlucky in racing out wide away from the favoured rail (in a maiden won from the front by Bright Devil). He looks sure to appreciate at least a mile as he strengthens into his frame, and is one to keep on side of over the next few months of the season.

Glorious Goodwood Betting: Top 5 Trainers 2020

1 – Mark Johnston

Year after year the Middleham trainer targets this prestigious meeting with a huge team, and he has a fantastic record at Goodwood overall. In 2019 he was the leading trainer at the track, with 11 winners at a 17pc strike rate, and his runners are always worth taking note of here (with second or third strings on jockey bookings often popping up at bigger prices). Most are ridden positively (particularly in the handicaps), and their relentless galloping run style is always seen to maximum effect out of trouble from the front. Legends of the sport like Double Trigger established Johnston as one of the top trainers in the game at Glorious Goodwood, coming back year after year to land the Goodwood Cup three times.

2 – John Gosden

Gosden has a huge team of high class performers and has been a leading force at Goodwood for the last thirty years. He maintained a brilliant 30pc strike rate at the track in 2019, with 9 winners from 30 runners, and a level stakes profit of £4.65 from backing all of them. He has Stradivarius lined up for a record fourth win in the Goodwood Cup in 2020, and his association with Frankie Dettori has made the combination extremely popular with the Sussex public.

3 – Ralph Beckett

A very shrewd yard well worth following (particularly when the cash is down in some of the ultra-competitive handicaps), Beckett sent out 6 winners from 25 runners at Goodwood in 2019 (very good 24pc strike rate). He seems sure to target this valuable meeting again in 2020, and some of his runners have clearly been needing a run or two after a late start to the season (should be peaking at the right time).

4 – Andrew Balding

No trainer made a better start to the turf season in 2020 than Andrew Balding, with a clutch of unexposed youngsters and proven older horses clearly all fit and primed to do their best. He seems sure to be adding to his 6 Goodwood winners in 2019, and has a particularly strong hand with his three-year-olds this time around.

5 – David Menuisier

A young trainer well worth following over the next few seasons, he enjoyed a fantastic 2019 at Goodwood, with 5 winners from 8 runners at a remarkable 63pc strike rate. He showed a level stakes profit of £36.50 from backing all of these runners, and has a clutch of unexposed handicappers in the yard for 2020.

Glorious Goodwood Betting: Top 5 Jockeys 2020

1 – Oisin Murphy

This up and coming jockey is used by a wide range of trainers and seems sure to be in high demand again throughout Glorious Goodwood. He was the leading rider at the track in 2019, with 11 winners from 60 rides at an 18pc strike rate. Punters showed a profit of £10.53 from backing all of his rides to level stakes, and his tactical nous is a huge asset over the unique undulations at the Sussex venue.

2 – William Buick

Buick has been one of the top riders over the past few years, with his association with Charlie Appleby and John Gosden proving particularly profitable. He tends to shine in the top Group races rather than the handicaps, picking and choosing his rides and rarely in the wrong position as races take shape. He has ridden over 300 winners over the past five seasons riding in the UK, with over £12m in prize money earnings and an impressive strike rate of 20pc consistently maintained.

3 – Ryan Moore

Moore is simply the best rider in the world, and has the strongest association in the whole of racing with his alignment to the all-conquering Coolmore organisation. They are sure to have a very strong hand in all the Group races over the week at Glorious Goodwood, and the riders strength in a finish is sure to count for plenty as usual.

4 – Cieran Fallon

The champion apprentice in 2019 is very much a young rider to follow throughout the 2020 season. He has already tasted his first Group success this season at Newmarket in June, and seems sure to be in demand from a large number of trainers (main association is with the all-powerful William Haggas yard).

5 – James Doyle

Doyle maintained an impressive 21pc strike rate at Goodwood in 2019 (6 winners from 29 runners and a LSP of £12.00), often teaming up with some of Roger Charlton’s young improvers. He is a reliable jockey who rides in an uncomplicated manner, and rarely makes mistakes when it matters.

Glorious Goodwood Results 2019

Glorious Goodwood Results, Day 1 2019

Race Horse Odds Jockey Trainer
Unibet Handicap Fayez 26.0 D Tudhope D O’Meara
Vintage Stakes Pinatubo 2.25 J Doyle C Appleby
Lennox Stakes Sir Dancealot 7.0 G Mosse D R C Elsworth
Goodwood Cup Stradivarius 1.80 L Dettori J H M Gosden
Thorougbred Maiden Stakes Cobra Eye 2.88 L Dettori J J Quinn
Chelsea Barracks Handicap Green Power 17.0 P McDonald J Gallagher
Unibet Fillies Handicap Maid For Life 13.0 P McDonald C Fellowes

Glorious Goodwood Results, Day 2 2019

Race Horse Odds Jockey Trainer
Goodwood Unibet Handicap Stakes Timoshenko 10.0 L Morris M Prescott
Unibet Handicap Sir Ron Priestly 7.0 F Norton M Johnston
Molecomb Stakes Liberty Beach 2.38 J Hart J J Quinn
Sussex Stakes Too Darn Hot 2.0 L Dettori J H M Gosden
Markel Maiden Fillies Stakes Mrs Bouquet 4.0 J Fanning M Johnston
EBF Fillies Handicap Mannaal 13.0 M Nicholls S Crisford
New and Lingwood Handicap Dirty Rascal 8.0 T Marquand R Hannon

Glorious Goodwood Results, Day 3 2019

Race Horse Odds Jockey Trainer
Unibet Handicap Forest Of Dean 5.0 H Bentley J H M Gosden
Richmond Stakes Golden Horde 8.50 A Kirby C G Cox
Gordon Stakes Nayef Road 10.0 S De Sousa M Johnston
Nassau Stakes Deirdre 21.0 O Murphy M Hashida
Telegraph Nursery Stakes Governor Of Punjab 5.50 R L Moore M Johnston
Maiden Fillies Stakes Vividly 17.0 K Shoemark C Hills
Tatler Stakes Handicap  Celsius 5.50 P J McDonad T Clover

Glorious Goodwood Results, Day 4 2019

Race Horse Odds Jockey Trainer
Theo Fennell Oak Tree Stakes Billesdon Brook 13.0 S M Levey R Hannon
Thoroughbred Stakes Duke of Hazzard 4.0 R Moore A O’Brien
Unibet Golden Mile Handicap Beat Le Bon 8.50 P J Dobbs R Hannon
King George Stakes Battaash 1.25 J Crowley C Hills
Nursery Stakes Homespin 8.0 J Doyle M Johnston
Queens Plate Glorious Stakes Desert Encounter 8.50 J P Spencer D M Simcock
Australia Handicap Aktau 3.50 A Atzeni R Varian

Glorious Goodwood Results, Day 5 2019

Race Horse Odds Jockey Trainer
Stewards Sprint Handicap Poyle Vinnie 21.0 J P Sullivan Mrs R Carr
Qatar Summer Handicap Kings Advice 4.50 J Fanning M Johnston
Qatar Lille Langtry Stakes Enbihaar 4.50 J Crowley J H M Gosden
Stewards Cup Khaadem 5.0 J Crowley C Hills
Qatar EBF Maiden Stakes Persuasion 17.0 J Doyle C Hills
Qatar Handicap Stakes Land Of Legends 5.50 C Shepherd S bin Suroor
Apprentice Handicap Gifts of Gold 3.25 C Fallon S bin Suroor

Glorious Good 2020 Fixtures & Times

Glorious Goodwood 2020 begins on Tuesday July 28th with races each day up to and including the final day of racing on Saturday August 1st. Glorious Goodwood race times begin at 1:50 each day except for Friday and Saturday at which the first races will run at 2:00. These is roughly 35 minutes between races however it varies from race to race, day to day. So be sure to check our Goodwood 2020 fixtures and times schedules each day.

Glorious Goodwood 2020 Ladies Day

Ladies Day 2020 at Glorious Goodwood is Thursday July 30th. As with festivals such as Cheltenham and Royal Ascot, Ladies Day at Glorious Goodwood is a day for the ladies to dress to impress. It’s a great day of racing and the most glamorous day of the festival with the Group 1 Qatar Nassau Stakes the highlight of the day’s racing. Previous winners of the race include names such as Ouija Board, Minding and Midday.

Glorious Goodwood Directions & Transport

Goodwood racecourse is located in Chichester south west of London. Given the corona virus, it is likely that the Goodwood racing festival will be raced before an empty racecourse. However should these restrictions be lifted, here are the best ways to travel to Goodwood racecourse.

While many travel to Goodwood racecourse by car, the most convenient way to travel to Goodwood is via train. It takes just over an hour via train from London and then just on half an hour via taxi from Petersfield train station. You can also travel via bus from Chichester train station with buses leaving every 30 minutes, 15 and 45 minutes past the hour. Note that the last bus leaves Goodwood racecourse half an hour following the final race of the day.

Before you travel be sure to check which public transport services are currently available given the restrictions in place due to the corona virus.

The History Of Glorious Goodwood

Glorious Goodwood, or The Qatar Goodwood Festival as it is now known since 2015, is one of the highlights of the entire turf season, with five days of competitive racing taking place on the Sussex Downs in a spectacular setting. The meeting has a rich history dating all the way back to 1801, where the Duke of Richmond first staged a private meeting at nearby Petworth Park for his aristocratic friends.

Such was the success of the first event, the Duke extended the meeting to three days with races tending to be run over two miles (with horses having to win two out of the three heats). The formation of Goodwood racetrack itself had begun, and the popularity grew rapidly as various members of the Royal family became more and more involved over the years.

Throughout the nineteenth century the popularity of Goodwood grew, with the Goodwood Cup first established in 1808 becoming one of the biggest races in the turf calendar for stayers. King Edward VII memorably labelled Goodwood as “a garden party with the racing tacked on”, and the presence of Royals and aristocracy throughout the last 200 years has added to the occasion.

Where Royal Ascot has a more formal starchy feel, with strict dress codes and enclosures designed to keep the public “in their place”, the atmosphere at Goodwood has always been slightly more laid back and relaxed.

Only the two world wars slowed down the surge in popularity of the meeting, but in 1953 the track attracted an incredible record 53,000 in attendance (although the vast majority watched for free from the overlooking Trundle Hill).

This remains a very popular spot for families to enjoy a picnic and the sunshine over the five days of the meeting, with entrance free to the public and the views as good as anywhere in the grandstands. The more formal Richmond Enclosure is the most expensive place to watch the action inside the track, with a strict jacket/tie dress code and a large number of expensive restaurants and bars close to the winning post and rails bookmakers.

Modern Glorious Goodwood

The quality of the racing at the Qatar Goodwood Festival has improved year after year in more recent times, with vastly increased prize money and sponsorship producing some top class Group and listed contests. There is something for all racing fans however, with numerous lower grade competitive handicaps spread through the five days with racing over trips ranging from five furlongs to two miles five furlongs.

The main three races of the week have a rich history and always throw up incident packed contests on the uniquely undulating track.

The Goodwood Cup

The premier test for stayers over the five days at Glorious Goodwood, with a history dating back to 1808 and some legends of the turf making their name as prolific winners of this valuable prize. A Hungarian horse Kincsem won the race in 1878, and remarkably went through his entire 54 race career unbeaten.

Modern racegoers will recall Mark Johnston’s Double Trigger landing a remarkable three Cup’s in the 1990s, making most of the running and showing a tenacious attitude under pressure that so typifies all runners from the yard. In 2020 John Gosden’s Stradivarius seems sure to be back to defend his crown and complete a treble in the race, with regular rider Frankie Dettori striking up a profitable partnership that delights Sussex regulars.

The Sussex Stakes

A Group 1 that in terms of quality is the best race of the five days, run over a mile and drawing together the best three year olds and upwards from Britain, France and Ireland. This race has a deep history back 1841, where it started out as one just for juveniles (until becoming a race over a mile for three year olds in 1878).

The giant of the game Brigadier Gerard was a memorable winner back in 1971, beginning a fantastic run in Group 1 company that saw him dominate the turf season for years. More recently Henry Cecil’s top class and unbeaten Frankel became the first horse ever to win the race twice, storming to facile wins in 2011 and 2012 (to the delight of his followers who had hammered him down to short-priced favouritism on each occasion under Tom Queally).

The Nassau Stakes

A cracking Group 1 for fillies that always produces a fantastic spectacle on the downs, with perhaps Ouja Board’s memorable win in 2006 one of the best. Owned by Lord Derby, the super filly fought out a tremendous battle all the way up the straight with previous winner of the race Alaxandra Goldrun, just prevailing in a very tight photo.

FAQs about Glorious Goodwood 2020

Is Glorious Goodwood cancelled?

With a number of high profile sporting and racing events either cancelled or compromised, it’s fair to ask if the Goodwood racing festival will be run. As it stands, Goodwood will be run however it is likely to be run behind closed doors. We will of course keep our readers updated on any further developments.

What are the dates for Glorious Goodwood 2020?

The 2020 Goodwood racing festival is scheduled to start Tuesday 28th of July and continue until Saturday 1st of August, meaning 5 days of superb racing.

How to watch Glorious Goodwood Live?

Glorious Goodwood will be broadcast live on UK television. You can also watch the Goodwood racing festival on your desktop computer or mobile device thanks to live streaming provided by your preferred bookmaker. To watch live streaming of the Goodwood festival, simply register or sign into your bookmaker account and access their live streaming menu. Requirements for accessing Goodwood live streams depends upon your bookmaker of choice. Some will require you to have placed a bet on the race you wish to watch, while others require that you only have a funded betting account.

How to bet on Glorious Goodwood?

Our racing expert Stephen Harris provides readers with five tips for betting on Glorious Goodwood. Stephen will also provide two tips for each race of the festival, with both his best bet and his top speculative tip posted for each race through each day of the festival.

What are the Glorious Goodwood favourites?

Our racing expert Stephen Harris lists his top five horses, top five jockeys and top five trainers for the Goodwood racing festival. His number one horse is Stradivarius, followed by Dark Lion, Berkshire Rocco, Sacred and Magical Land.