Racing from Tom O'Ryan

Enchant, who opened her account at Chester earlier this month, can cope with the step up in class at Goodwood tomorrow.

The three-year-old filly, trained at Newmarket by Michael Stoute, is set to contest the featured Tripleprint Lupe Stakes and is fancied to come through with flying colours.

Enchant, who showed her promise when finishing sixth on her one and only juvenile outing, was sent off 4-1 third favourite on her re-appearance at Chester.

Picking up ground more than two furlongs out, she ran on gamely to pinch the spoils near the finish by a head from Aloha Dancer, with the favourite Musical Twist five lengths further back in third.

That race was over seven furlongs and Enchant is fancied to improve considerably for the step up to a mile and a quarter tomorrow. She promises to run a big race.

The ABN Amro Rated Handicap is best left to Raise A Prince who has enjoyed a fine start to the season.

Successful on his reappearance at Newmarket (by five lengths from Largesse, a winner at York last week), Raise A Prince finished a good second to Arctic Owl on the same course a fortnight ago.

Both these races were over a mile and a half and, as staying is Raise A Prince's forte, he should relish this step up to one and three-quarter miles.

Wild Sky gets the vote in the NPI Recognition Of Achievement Handicap.

A useful handicapper, Wild Sky made an excellent start to the season at Doncaster in March when finishing second to Mozambique in the valuable Spring Mile.

Tony Clark, in the saddle that day, takes the mount again tomorrow and Wild Sky is napped to go one better.

In the Doubleprint Handicap, the first of three races from Goodwood being shown live on BBC1, make a note of Oggi, a much-improved sprinter last season, who has the scope to enjoy another lucrative campaign.

Over the sticks at Kelso, Coqui Lane has strong claims in the Sothebys Knight Frank Handicap over an extended three miles.

A faller last time out in the Scottish National, in which he ran well for a long way, Coqui Lane reserves his best performance for this course. He can get back in the winning groove tomorrow.

Invest Wisely has excellent prospects of achieving a hat-trick of wins in the Prudential Handicap Hurdle.

Micky Hammond's gelding scored twice at Newcastle in March. Particularly effective on fast ground, he has plenty going for him here in the hands of Russ Garritty.

Mary Reveley, who has her horses in good form, can take the opening honours with Country Orchid, who looks a different class to her rivals in the Alex Tait Novices Hurdle.

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