SUNDAY WEEKENDER

15:00 York The forecast rain will likely make this a severe test, with that in mind and given he has a record of seven runs with seven wins outside of Group company, Don’t Touch is handed the vote. From the yard of Richard Fahey it is quite surprising he has failed to fire this term, with no ground or class worries however he faces by far his easiest test this season and can take advantage of that. Lancelot Du Lac caused a major upset when landing the Stewards Cup, dismissing that as a fluke would be foolish and he holds fair claims. Don’t Touch (WIN) – NAP

16:10 York This could turn into a real slog in the mud so rather than over complicating matters, the stamina proven Kashmiri Sunset is taken to last it out best. Owned by the Rooney’s and a winner for two different trainers it is slightly worrying that he’s now at his third yard at only six years old, Iain Jardine is no mug however and as he handles both this track and the ground a big run is expected. Graceful Lady, Shearling and Attention Seeker make most appeal of the remainder but at the forecast odds, Kashmiri Sunset appeals most. Kashmiri Sunset (E/W if 9/2+)

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