Glorious Goodwood: ‘Unique’ Paddington wins Sussex Stakes to make it six wins in a row

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Ryan Moore riding Paddington
Ryan Moore (right) riding Paddington

Paddington made it six wins in a row after comfortably winning the Qatar Sussex Stakes on day two of Glorious Goodwood.

Aiden O’Brien’s 4/9 favourite made light of testing conditions as the three-year-old led from the front.

Frankie Dettori’s Inspiral put up an early fight, but it was Facteur Cheval who finished in second place.

Paddington finished the race with a length and a half in hand as jockey Ryan Moore labelled the horse “unique.”

O’Brien’s winner has now won the Irish 2000 Guinness, the St James’s Palace, Coral-Eclipse and now the Sussex Stakes.

Paddington could now complete in the Juddemonte International at York later this month.

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