Richard Fahey guide to his team for York on Wednesday and Thursday

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Our star columnist takes us through his team for the second day of the York Dante Meeting - including Powerallied.

Thursday York runners

13:50 Powerallied

20
19
68-3OR: 86D
28/1
Last RunWatch last race

He missed the cut for a race at Chester last week which was frustrating as that’s his track really. He’s fit and ready to go though so we’ll see how he handles racing at York.

16:05 Charming Kid

3
6
39-2OR: 97CD
25/1
Last RunWatch last race

This horse made a winning debut in the juvenile maiden here last season. Soldier's Call sets a good standard on ratings here, but as owner Peter Swann told me we’ll find out whether we’re a pattern horse or handicapper by running. He's in good form.

16:35 My Kinda Day

8
3
29-5OR: -
8/1
Last RunWatch last race

This is a nice colt and one we like an awful lot. He goes well at home and it will be interesting to see what happens here, but he’s in against some very well-bred – and expensively bought – rivals.


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