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  • Richard Fahey: Sunrise to star

    Our star columnist Richard Fahey with a horse-by-horse guide to his team for York on Friday and all Saturday's cards.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 21:05 BST
    Angel Gabrial: Goodwood run was inconclusive
  • Value Bet: Worth a second Chance

    Ben Linfoot has four Value Bet selections for Friday's card at York, including Chancery for David O'Meara.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 19:46 BST
    Ertijaal: Worth backing in the Sky Bet City Of York Stakes
  • Raise a glass to Pale Mimosa

    Channel 4 commentator Simon Holt previews Friday's action at York and he's backing Pale Mimosa to win the Lonsdale Cup.

    Friday August 22 2014, 05:53 BST
    Dermot Weld: Saddles Pale Mimosa
  • Live Graham Cunningham chat

    Post your questions now for Friday's live chat with star Racing UK and Channel 4 analyst Graham Cunningham.

    Friday August 22 2014, 05:53 BST
  • Go Dolphin at York

    Ian Ogg analyses the last 10 renewals of Friday's Sky Bet Transfer Fund Stakes at York and picks out the key statistics.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 18:32 BST
    Jockey George Chaloner and trainer Richard Fahey team up with Dolphin Village
  • Have a Ramshackle yankee!

    Man On The Spot selects Naps from Ffos Las, Newmarket, York and Hamilton for our daily Yankee.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 16:14 BST
    Richard Hannon trains York nap Acaster Malbis
  • Taghrooda beaten by Tapestry

    Taghrooda lost her unbeaten record when beaten by the late thrust of 8/1 chance Tapestry in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 17:35 BST
    Ryan Moore timed it right on Tapestry.
  • Tiggy Wiggy's Lowther triumph

    Tiggy Wiggy took a third of a second off the previous juvenile course record when making all to win Lowther Stakes.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 16:53 BST
    Tiggy Wiggy: Clear-cut winner.
  • My Stable Eyecatchers: Thursday

    Will Hayler picks out a couple of horses that caught his eye at the Knavesmire on the second day of York's Ebor meeting.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 22:04 BST
    Valley Of Fire: One to follow after a fine third at York.
  • Queen of Ice runs hot at York

    William Haggas hit the target again on the second day of the Dante meeting when Queen Of Ice took the Galtres Stakes.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 17:36 BST
    Queen of Ice just holds the challenge of Arabian Comet.
  • Premier display from Mubtaghaa

    A review of the rest of the action from the second day of the Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 17:54 BST
    Mubtaghaa ridden by Silvestre de Sousa wins the DBS Premier Yearling Stakes
  • Magical McCoy bags fastest ton

    Tony McCoy set another new career mark as he recorded his fastest-ever century of winners at Newton Abbot.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 21:18 BST
    AP McCoy set another new career mark
  • Jamie Spencer to retire

    Jamie Spencer has revealed he is to quit riding at the end of the season in order to take up a management role at Qatar Racing.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 16:50 BST
    Jamie Spencer in winning action for the Qatar Racing operation.
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his analysis ahead of the third day of York's Ebor Festival.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 17:01 BST
  • Mukhadram 'sore' after York

    William Haggas described Mukhadram as a "little bit sore" after his defeat in the Juddmonte International at York.

    Thursday August 21 2014, 15:54 BST
    Mukhadram returned sore
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