SICKENING video has captured the moment a racegoer lying unconscious is kicked in the head during a violent brawl.

Nine men have now been jailed after the fight at Goodwood races on May 5 last year.

The first meet of the year descended into chaos in Chichester as a fight spilled from the bar onto the concourse.

Around 25 men can be seen in a video throwing kicks and punches before one takes a run-up and kicks a man in the head as he lays unresponsive.


Six men needed medical treatment after the fight in the Gordon Enclosure - where tickets cost £26 for the day.

Three men were taken to hospital to be treated for "minor injuries".

A video of the brawl was posted online and witnesses said the atmosphere was "frightening" as the racegoers - many of whom had been drinking all day in the blistering heat - came to blows.

Witnesses reported hearing football chanting and subsequent investigations by the police identified the two main groups involved had associations with Southampton or Portsmouth football clubs.

Eleven men pleaded guilty to their part in the fighting at Guildford Crown Court this week.

David Salway, 29, Michael Suffield, 30, Paul Hand, 33, Jack McLoughlin, 24, Jack Cooper, 23, Tyrone Sharp, 28, Peris Dore, 28, James Whitlock, 27, and a youth all pleaded guilty to violent disorder.

Lesley Sharp, 50, pleaded guilty to common assault and Kyle Binns, 27, pleaded guilty to affray.