Tom Marquand rides 50th winner of season at Goodwood

Tom Marquand maintained the stress on Flat jockeys’ championship chief Oisin Murphy after reaching the 50-winner mark for the season aboard Tomorrow’s Dream at Goodwood.

Having celebrated a double at Windsor on Monday, the 2015 champion apprentice was rapidly again among the many winners because of the length-and-a-half victory secured by the William Haggas-trained three-year-old within the British European Breeders’ Fund EBF Fillies’ Handicap.

Marquand stated of reaching the milestone: “It’s nice hitting that variety of winners after two months. I am simply attempting to journey as many winners as attainable and hopefully I may be there or thereabouts within the championship.

“It’s going properly sufficient in the mean time and hopefully it can proceed for the following few months.”

As for Haggas, he was happy to see the daughter of Oasis Dream return to successful methods having completed second final trip at Newbury.

He stated of the 11-2 probability: “She is bettering on a regular basis. She bought in an excellent place and picked up properly when Tom requested her. I used to be very pleased with that.

“She was somewhat bit unlucky at Newbury. She bought out in sufficient time, however she needed to weave her approach via. The horse that received the race stayed on the rail and that proved to be a bonus. She has improved higher this 12 months and is doing properly bodily.

“She received over seven furlongs at Chepstow and although she bought overwhelmed over a mile at Newbury you possibly can see she clearly will get it.

“As at all times with these properly bred fillies you’re looking on the purpose of getting some black sort, however she has a bit to go but.”

Maydanny – a son of Dubawi out of Attraction – returned to successful methods in emphatic style with a five-length victory over Sky Defender to offer coach Mark Johnston a one-two within the Unibet You are On Handicap.

Assistant coach Charlie Johnston stated of the 5-1 favorite: “He has at all times been a horse held in excessive regard due to his pedigree. He was fairly tough in his early years and was gelded within the winter final 12 months and that made an enormous distinction to the horse.

“He got here out and ran properly at Yarmouth, then he ran properly on the unsuitable aspect of the observe at Ascot.

“We left Newmarket scratching our heads as we did not know why he ran such a foul race. Again on higher floor underneath a optimistic journey over this journey he proved he was properly handicapped, which we thought he was earlier than Newmarket.”