All Our Yesterdays.
July 28, 1977
lGrey Baron (Bruce Hobbs/ Geoff Lewis) is bound for the Prix Kergorlay after his defeat of Bruni (Ryan Price/Brian Taylor) in the Goodwood Cup.
lThere is a less happy moment for Lewis when he is stood down for three days for careless riding on Heronry (Tony Ingham), relegated from second to last behind Tobique (Dick Hern/Willie Carson) in the mile-and-a-half handicap.
lThe National Stud decides that owners who have sent mares to stallions there should not necessarily be charged full fees due to the genital infection which eventually resulted in all covering being abandoned.
July 28, 1992
lLochsong (Ian Balding/ Willie Carson) continues her rise as she holds on against Duplicity (Jack Holt/John Reid) to win the Stewards' Cup on the first day of Glorious Goodwood.
lFrankie Dettori hits 50 for the season as Bonny Scot (Luca Cumani) gets the better of Alflora (Clive Brittain/Michael Roberts) in the Gordon Stakes, but there is a worry for the trainer about Second Set, who has an abscess in his
off-fore foot and may not be able to run in tomorrow's Sussex Stakes.
lHaving gone seven weeks without a winner, James Eustace can hardly train a loser and he has his fourth hit in seven days when Philidor (Ray Cochrane) takes the mile handicap from Wesaam (Dick Hern/Willie Carson).
lJockey Club senior steward Lord Hartington and chief executive Christopher Haines have a meeting with Home Secretary Kenneth Clarke to talk about legalising cash betting on Sundays following the success of the first such fixture at Doncaster.