All you need on day one of the Ebor meeting including going from all the tracks
Day one of York's Ebor meeting starts with a bang as dual Group 1 winner Poet's Word faces Coral-Eclipse hero Roaring Lion, 2,000 Guineas scorer Saxon Warrior and Irish Derby surprise Latrobe in a mouth-watering Juddmonte International.
It is a card that also features the Group 2 Great Voltigeur and the Group 3 Acomb Stakes, while there is also afternoon action from Killarney, Carlisle and Brighton. The evening fare comes from Worcester and Kempton.
York (first race at: 1.55)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick: 7.2 on Tuesday at 15:45. Home straight - Stands' side 7.2, Centre 7.3 & Far side 7.2) (Rail movements: Races 3, 4 & 5 +32yds)
Good to soft, good in places in the home straight (GoingStick 6.8 at 06:30)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick 8.5 at 05:30)
Good (GoingStick: 6.6 at 06:00) (Rail movements - R2 & 4 +90yds, R1, 3, 5, 6 & 7 +132yds)
Standard to slow
2.05 Carlisle - Maureb 6-1 (from 8)
2.40 Carlisle - Cheerupmylove 9-2 (from 13-2)
3.50 Carlisle - Rickyroadboy 9-2 (from 7)
4.15 York - Here And Now 7-1 (from 15-2)
6.00 Worcester - Ocean Jive 9-2 (from 6)
6.15 Kempton - Velvet Revolution 5-1 (from 7)
6.45 Kempton - Haafapiece 4-1 (fro 11-2)
7.15 Kempton - Occupy 5-1 (from 15-2)
7.45 Kempton - Honey Man 7-2 (from 6)
What to back
Expert views from around the training centres: Tips box features the day's best bets.
What to read
David Jennings sets the scene for day one of York's Ebor festival in Wednesday fever.
David Milnes previews the Juddmonte International, as Poet's Word takes on the Classic generation.
What to watch
Maddy Playle, Nick Watts and Tom Segal preview the York Ebor festival.
Alastair Down on the Knavesmire.
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