The Molecomb Stakes is a Group 3 flat race that is open for two-year-olds to enter. It takes place over five furlongs and is normally down in the calendar for the end of July or the start of August.
The first-ever renewal of this race came way back in 1829 and there is a handicap system in place for the race in its current form. The prize pool is £75,000 with first place getting £42,500. In its current form, the race has been run since 1980 and is usually part of the five-day Glorious Goodwood meeting.
If you want to place a bet on the Molecomb Stakes, you will want to watch out for experienced jockeys as this is a very complex track. It is naturally going to be a lot simpler for this short straight race, with the quality horses almost always dominating.
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