Goodwood is here and our man Nick Luck will be previewing the action each day. Nick Luck has run his eye over six races from day two here.   

MAKSUD make appeals – and at a fair each way price at 15/2 – in the Wednesday TV opener at Glorious Goodwood (1.50pm). Lightly raced, he’s progressing nicely, running well here and at Ascot in more vaunted company. That experience will have stood him in good stead back handicapping and his pedigree strongly suggests the extra distance and a sound surface should suit.  

HELLO YOU is massively overpriced at 14/1 in the Oak Tree Stakes (2.25pm). Her CV boasts more good form than most of these, notably her Rockfel win over Cachet and her good effort in the Breeders’ Cup. She didn’t really fire early in the season, but she looked right back to her best before enduring a horrid trip in the Jersey at Ascot and will be well within her comfort zone her with conditions to suit. 

DICKIEBURD can create a mighty upset at 50/1 in the Molecomb Stakes – and I’ll be getting stuck in each way provided eight stand their ground (3.00pm). Outside hot favourite Rocket Rodney, I don’t see any of these as bona fide pattern class horses – Walbank’s Norfolk form has been knocked out of the park, and the others aren’t all that compelling. Last night, I watched the selection’s Chester win several times, and kept being struck by his pace, his fluent action and the ease with which he beat a perfectly good horse who ran his race. This won’t be complicated – he’ll blast and run, and he could catch a few on the hop.  

BAAEED looks very hard to oppose at 2/11 in the Sussex (3.35pm), but I expect a good run from ORDER OF AUSTRALIA, at 16/1 who might attempt to dictate matters. 

PERIPATETIC gets my vote at 11/2 in the fillies’ handicap (4.10pm). She’s been progressing respectably, and I liked the quiet promising return after a break at Salisbury last time, suggesting she had quite a bit more to offer at this level at least. 

ALL THE TIME is given another chance at 9/2 in the Alice Keppel (4.45pm). Although The Platinum Queen ought to win this on form, she looks a little quirky, and I worry about her tendency to get a bit lit up in a reasonable race. The selection found Ascot a bit much, but the suspicion is that came a bit quick off the back of a sparkling debut effort at Nottingham which has worked out well, and this looks a better assignment off a little break.