John Quinn Stable Tour

Glorious Goodwood supplied trainer John Quinn with a couple of juvenile winners, but it's the older brigade who are the mainstay for the stable and some useful pointers are provided for the coming months.

Goodwood last week was certainly Glorious for trainer John Quinn as Liberty Beach and Cobra Eye gave him plenty of food for thought as some important late summer and autumn targets come under consideration.

Liberty Beach confirmed her position as one of the leading juvenile speedsters when showing electrifying pace to win the Group 3 Molecomb Stakes and lent herself to a possible tilt at the Lowther at York or the Prix Morny and Cobra Eye underlined himself as a colt of more than average potential with his victory in the six furlong maiden.

The six-year-old Safe Voyage has been a revelation for the Settrington trainer this season with his three victories over the seven furlong course at Haydock including a length and three quarter success from Suedois in the Group 3  John of Gaunt Stakes and a subsequent solid effort in a Group 2 at the Curragh when a close third to Romanised and heads a useful looking older brigade.

The Malton handler looks set fair for a potentially lucrative second half of the season as he looks to improve on his 22 winners and £355,805 in prize money so far and kindly spoke to Tony Elves of about the mainstays of his team.

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