Oli Bell speaks to Willie Mullins and ahead of the Welcome To Yorkshire Ebor Festival at York, while we also hear from Mark Johnston, William Haggas, Marco Botti and Jarlath Fahey.
The legendary trainer landed the Sky Bet Ebor with Sesenta in 2009. This time around he saddles ante-post favourite Stratum and Whiskey Sour plus two interesting runners in the Weatherbys Hamilton Lonsdale Cup. There are updates too on the National Hunt stars who've recently returned from their summer breaks.
Having saddled Jennies Jewel to win at Royal Ascot in 2016, the trainer is targeting another big British pay-day with Sea The Lion in the Sky Bet Ebor. He arrives at York chasing a four-timer and his affable handler provides an update and some fascinating insight into his racing life.
The Newmarket handler looks ahead to saddling two leading contenders in Saturday's big race.
The record-breaking trainer is realistic over his chances of winning a second Ebor, having saddled Quick Ransom to victory in the race back in 1992.
The assistant handler talks through the chances of Sky Bet Ebor hopes Time To Study, Hochfeld and old stable favourite Watersmeet.
Johnston junior also nominates a couple of names to consider closely ahead of the Convivial Maiden on Friday, a race the Kingsley Park team landed 12 months ago with Dream Today.
Leading Newmarket trainer Haggas feels he has "nothing to lose" in running Irish Oaks winner Sea Of Class in the Yorkshire Oaks.