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York Ebor Betting

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York Ebor Betting

Sole Power won the Nunthorpe Stakes in 2010 at a starting price of 100/1

Punters awaiting a big horse racing meeting at the height of the British summer need to look no further than the York Ebor betting. The festival runs for four days each August and is easily the biggest fixture at York racecourse throughout the Flat season, with three Group One races on offer.

Juddmonte International the stand out race within the York Ebor betting

The Juddmonte International is not only the biggest showdown of the Ebor meeting, but one of the most anticipated races of the whole Flat season. Some superstars have triumphed in the 1m2f contest in memory, with Giant’s Causeway, Sakhee and Singspiel among the winners. Meanwhile, Authorized and Sea The Stars have also claimed victory in the same season as winning the Epsom Derby.

Yorkshire Oaks another highlight in the York Ebor betting

Fillies and mares get their opportunity in the York spotlight in the Yorkshire Oaks and some relatively big names have achieved success in the 1m4f showdown. Midday and Blue Bunting are the most recent victors. Horses trained by Sir Michael Stoute should be especially closely considered as he has previously saddled nine horses to Yorkshire Oaks victory.

Nunthorpe Stakes the final Group One in the York Ebor betting

It is all about speed for the final Group One contest of the Ebor festival as the Nunthorpe Stakes is run over the shortest distance possible – 5f. Two-year-olds are allowed to run against their elders in the contest and it may pay to look beyond the favourites in the York betting. Sole Power was proof of this in 2010 when he scorched to victory despite going off at a starting price of 100/1.

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