Wissahickon — 7/4 — 13:50 York??(Strensall Stakes)
The standout runner at the opening race Saturday, WISSAHICKON happens to the turf after a campaign about the all-weather. Though last observed finishing second to Matterhorn in the All-Weather Championship John Gosden’s Winter Derby winner is expected to benefit from a 127-day fracture from the track. A course and distance winner last year, the four-year-old must have a lot for the Bangkok and Zaaki, especially with Frankie Dettori in the saddle as usual.
Laurens — 7/2 — 15:00 York??(City Of York Stakes)
Karl Burke’s celebrity filly LAURENS had her confidence dented when finishing sixth but the Lockinge moment has shown her course is irreversible. A six-time Group 1 winner from her own sex won the Prix Rothschild over at Deauville a month at some fashion. Though her album against colts and geldings is not quite as sparkling, punters believe she should have plenty in hand in Group 2 business this day.
Forest Of Dean — 9/4 — 16:45 York (Sky Bet Handicap)
John Gosden’s colt FOREST OF DEAN is upwards 7lb for this success and won the disability at Glorious Goodwood before this month. His fourth supporting dual Group 2 winner Headman at the London Gold Cup at Newbury in May has worked . There are loads of potential dangers in this discipline, but punters seem to elaborate Frankie Dettori to own one of’these days’ in York with this being among his hopes that are leading.