Racing: Hoof prints; GALLOPING BACK IN TIME.
AT Goodwood,Peter Walwyn's 4-7 fav No Alimony (P Eddery) finds the Predominate Stakes no walk down the aisle and scrambles home by a short head from Ryan Price's Bruni (A Murray) 9-2. No Alimony is no match for stable superstar Grundy at Epsom, but Captain Price's striking grey Bruni would carve out a fine career as a stayer and galloped his rivals into the ground in the St Leger at Doncaster winning by 10 lengths from the favourite King Pellinore (L Piggott). ;IAN Balding's Nip In The Air is made hot fav for the Lupe Stakes with El Pig in the plate but goes out like a damp squib behind Jeremy Hindley's 15-2 shot Misoptimist (A Kimberley).
;AT Perth, Mick Naughton's Collingwood romps home by 15 lengths in the Bridge Of Earn Handicap Chase in the hands of claimer Colin Hawkins. As game as they come, Collingwood finished second in the Hennessy and the Whitbread
AT Newbury, Henry Cecil's 10-1 chance Prismatic (rec 21lbs) with Paul Eddery up, short heads Bill Watts' Teleprompter (T Ives) to land the Lockinge with Paul Cole's 5-2 fav Sarab (T Quinn) back in third.
AT Goodwood, Cecil's 11-10 fav Lanfranco (S Cauthen) canters to an easy win in the Predominate but the Yank still maintains Slip Anchor is their Epsom No.1, and who could argue?
ONLY beaten two short heads in the 1000 Guineas, Stoute's Bella Colora goes off a generous 8-11 fav for the Lupe Stakes and duly obliges under the 'Choirboy' for the 'fill yer boots' boys
ONLY five go to post for the Lockinge and Stoute's classy 2-1 fav Soviet Line (W R Swinburn) cruises home from Young Ern (T Quinn) and Missed Flight (G Duffield).
ROGER Charlton's Spout 9-2, surges home in Newbury's Fillies' Trial under Pat Eddery with Mick Channon's hot fav Phantom Gold and Jason Weaver never in with a ghost.
;AT Goodwood, Pentire (M Hills) lands his third classic trial of the season when scoring in the Predominate but Geoff Wragg's colt is not even entered up for Epsom.
;JOHN Dunlop's busy filly Subya 11-2, stays on gamely for Willie Carson to lift the Lupe Stakes from David Loder's fav Tillandsia (M Kinane
;AT Hamilton,Len Lungo's Noyan (K Darley) 7-4 fav, battles on well to score in the Guinness Handicap from Alan Bailey's Mentalasanythin and Alan Mackay. Donal Nolan's standing order Lord Advocate bolts up at 20's in the seller. Seven times a track winner, the old boy, now 17, was looking as good as ever parading at Hamilton last week before a race named in his honour