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Paradise primed to give the boys hell at Goodwood

Tropical Paradise secured a landmark first success in Pattern company at Glorious Goodwood last month and she is taken to follow up back at the Sussex track.

The four-year-old will be tackling the colts in the Supreme Stakes after winning in fillies company last time, but that victory will surely have sent her confidence soaring.

Although the form of her Oak Tree Stakes over course and distance may not be the strongest, there can be little crabbing her gutsy three-quarter-length success over Golden Stream.

Previously placed in Listed company, her Glorious meeting win was the second at this track so she is obviously a filly who can deal with the unique nature of the course.

She is also a filly who can handle cut in the ground and a liking for an easy surface could be crucial here.

Tropical Paradise has a little bit to find on the official figures, but having reached a career-high mark at present, she is obviously still thriving on her racing.

The Moyglare Stud Stakes is the feature race here at home and it will be a massive surprise if Richard Hannon's Memory does not claim her first Group One crown at the Curragh.

Wedding March is worth one last chance in the Harwoods Racing Club & Employees EBF Alice Keppel (Fillies' & Mares' Handicap).

She looked a possible top-class performer when fourth in the Marcel Boussac last year, but she has yet to show much in two starts for Saeed bin Suroor.

Slip Sliding Away is a horse on the upgrade and it would be no surprise to see him notch up the hat-trick in the Bank Holiday Stakes.

A winner at Goodwood back in June, he has since struck at Ascot and then back on the Downs last time up to reach a career-high mark of 82.

However, he won by three and a half lengths last time so there is obviously still more to come and he should be followed.

Dortmund looks more than capable of landing the EBF Old Crossleyans Rugby Union Football Club Maiden Stakes at Beverley.

Danzoe also has a good chance of supplementing his recent Kempton success in the Great Yarmouth Mercury Handicap at the Norfolk venue.


BEVERLEY: 2.20 Sunnyside Tom, 2.55 Dortmund, 3.30 Krypton Factor, 4.05 Gower Sophia, 4.40 Old Hundred, 5.15 Akamon.

CURRAGH: 2.15 Anam Allta, 2.45 Fred Archer, 3.15 Devoted To You, 3.45 Reverence, 4.15 Memory, 4.50 Irish Heartbeat, 5.20 The Gave.

GALWAY: 2.30 Gentleman Jeff, 3.00 Silverhand, 3.30 Gudnis Gracious Me, 4.00 Doransfirth, 4.30 Chicago Grey, 5.00 King Ali, 5.35 Ross Bay.

GOODWOOD: 2.10 Slip Sliding Away, 2.45 Pintura, 3.20 Wedding March, 3.55 TROPICAL PARADISE (NAP), 4.30 Daddy's Gift, 5.05 Innocuous, 5.40 Avonvalley.

YARMOUTH: 2.00 Celtic Sixpence, 2.35 Cool Kitten, 3.10 Hellenio, 3.45 Fardyieh, 4.20 Danzoe, 4.55 Starkat, 5.30 Chateauneuf, 6.0 Folio.

DOUBLE: Tropical Paradise and Dortmund.