Wissahickon — 7/4 — 13:50 York??(Strensall Stakes)
The standout runner in the opening race WISSAHICKON takes to the turf following a largely successful campaign around the all-weather. Though seen finishing moment to Matterhorn in the All-Weather Championship in April, the Winter Derby winner of John Gosden is anticipated to profit from a 127-day fracture from the track. A route and distance winner last year, the four-year-old should have too much for Zaaki and the Bangkok with Frankie Dettori in the saddle.
Laurens — 7/2 — 15:00 York??(City Of York Stakes)
When completing sixth at Ascot in June karl Burke’s superstar filly LAURENS had her confidence dented, but the Lockinge moment has since revealed her class is irreversible. A six-time Group 1 winner against her gender, the four-year-old won the Prix Rothschild over at Deauville last month at certain style. Punters believe she needs to have a lot in hand back in Group 2 company this day, though her album from colts and geldings is not quite as sparkling.
Forest Of Dean — 9/4 — 16:45 York (Sky Bet Handicap)
John Gosden’s colt FOREST OF DEAN won the disability at Glorious Goodwood and now is upwards 7lb for this victory. His fourth supporting subsequent Group 2 winner Headman in the London Gold Cup at Newbury in May has worked . There are loads of possible dangers within this discipline, but punters seem to elaborate Frankie Dettori to possess one of’these days’ at York for this being among his leading hopes.