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  • Value Bet: Chief fancy

    Ben Linfoot had a 25/1 winner on the first day of York - check out his Value Bet selections for day two's action.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 18:51 BST
    Navajo Chief (orange cap): Loves running over a mile at York
  • Richard Fahey: Parbold back

    Our star columnist Richard Fahey brings us his horse-by-horse guide to his team on the second day of the Ebor meeting.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 17:03 BST
    Realtra: Place would be great. (copyright Sal Smithson www.richardfahey.com)
  • Worth more than a Cursory Glance

    Simon Holt previews the second day of York's Ebor Festival and fancies Cursory Glance to win the Lowther Stakes.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 21:16 BST
    Cursory Glance wins the Albany Stakes under Andrea Atzeni
  • Stoute to have Bragging rights

    Man On The Spot previews every race on day two of the Welcome To Yorkshire Ebor Festival at York.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 20:22 BST
    Sir Michael Stoute: Trains Russian Realm and Bragging
  • Hold Court at Ffos Las

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

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 20:42 BST
    James Doyle: Rides Bragging at York
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his analysis for Thursday afternoon's meeting at York.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 20:04 BST
  • Tag ticks the right boxes

    Taghrooda is a worthy favourite at York on Thursday, says Anita Chambers. She has a tip for every race and every UK card.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 20:00 BST
    Taghrooda: Class of the field for the Yorkshire Oaks
  • Tag team ready to wow York

    View from connections ahead of the Darley Yorkshire Oaks, the highlight of the second day of York's Ebor meeting.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 14:12 BST
    Taghrooda and Paul Hanagan: Itching to get back.
  • Smullen sweet on Anthem chance

    View from connections ahead of the Pinsent Masons Lowther Stakes at York on Thursday.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 14:24 BST
    Cursory Glance (far right) wins at Royal Ascot.
  • Australia an International star

    Aidan O'Brien's Australia ran out a comfortable winner of the Juddmonte International at York on Wednesday.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 17:47 BST
    Australia leaves The Grey Gatsby in his slipsteam as he wins the Juddmonte International
  • Postponed wins Great Voltigeur

    Postponed and Andrea Atzeni were easy winners of the Neptune Great Voltigeur Stakes. Kingston Hill was a late non-runner.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 15:56 BST
    Postponed wins the Great Voltigeur
  • Dutch courage wins Acomb

    Dutch Connection posted a new juvenile course record time when collaring Toocoolforschool to win the Tattersalls Acomb Stakes.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 15:07 BST
    Dutch Connection ridden by William Buick (right) arrives late to nab Tocoolforschool ridden by Ben Curtis to win the Acomb Stakes.
  • Joy for Ryan family at York

    Amy Ryan went a long way towards exorcising the ghosts of a horrific fall at the track last year when winning at York on Blaine.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 15:04 BST
    Blaine (fifth left, black and white silks) emerges under Amy Ryan to snatch the Symphony Group Stakes at York.
  • Value Bet strikes again

    Ben Linfoot's Value Bet column struck again at York on Wednesday with his 25/1 pick coming home in front.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 17:19 BST
    Blaine: Another winner for our Ben Linfoot
  • Zarkandar in Ces Reckoning

    Paul Nicholls could run Grade One-winning hurdler Zarkandar back on the Flat in the Betfred Cesarewitch at Newmarket.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 13:39 BST
    Paul Nicholls: Trains Zarkandar.
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