Wissahickon — 7/4 — 13:50 York??(Strensall Stakes)
The standout runner to the turf after a mostly successful effort about the all-weather WISSAHICKON takes at the opening race. John Gosden’s Winter Derby winner is predicted to gain from a 127-day break in the monitor though last observed finishing moment to Matterhorn from the All-Weather Championship in April. A route and distance winner here last year, the four-year-old ought to have a lot for the Bangkok and Zaakiwith Frankie Dettori in the saddle.
Laurens — 7/2 — 15:00 York??(City Of York Stakes)
The Lockinge moment has since shown her class is irreversible, although karl Burke’s celebrity filly LAURENS had her confidence when completing sixth at Ascot in June. A Group 1 winner against her own sex won the Prix Rothschild finished at Deauville last month at some style. Punters believe she ought to have plenty in hand in Group 2 business this afternoon though her record from colts and geldings isn’t quite as amazing.
Forest Of Dean — 9/4 — 16:45 York (Sky Bet Handicap)
John Gosden’s colt FOREST OF DEAN is upwards 7lb for that victory and won the three-year-old handicap at Glorious Goodwood this month. His fourth behind dual Group 2 winner Headman at the London Gold Cup at Newbury in May has worked out nicely. There are loads of potential threats within this field, but punters seem to elaborate Frankie Dettori to possess one of’those days’ in York today, for this being one of the hopes.