Who To Follow On Day Three At York

Horse To Follow - Enbihaar

The first big race of the day is the Group Lonsdale Cup over two miles and this race over the last few year's has been dominated by Stradivarius, but this term will have a new winner.

John Gosden is looking to keep his superb run in the race going and this time with Enbihaar who is taking a step up in trip and is all round a classy mare.

The five year old has been a superstar at 1 mile 6 furlongs winning back to back Lillie Langtry Stakes at Goodwood and also taking the Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster.

Although she is going into unchartered territory when it comes to the trip, you have to respect the master trainer John Gosden with him normally getting it spot on.

Trainer To Follow - Mark Johnston

Mark Johnston has not really fired as of yet during the Yorkshire Ebor meeting but he has some live chances on day three and he may just pay to follow.

Johnston has had 10 winners during the last fortnight and he will be looking to add to that in the first race of the day with the favourite Zabeel Champion.

The three year old has been highly consistent in these sorts of race this term, winning on his second start of the season and backing that up over the same course and distance next time out.

Last time out he finished a bright second at Glorious Goodwood in a very similar event and now getting the step up in trip should improve like Johnston horses normally do.

In the lucky last he has another big chance with another favourite Visinari, who is making her first start of the campaign and showed from her debut win last season that she goes well fresh.

Jockey To Follow - William Buick

William Buick has already landed himself a winner on the Knavesmire this week with Ghaiyyath landing the Group One Juddmonte Stakes under a superb front running ride from the Norwegian.

He now is looking to add to his tally for the week and on Friday he has some huge chances, firstly with A'Ali in the Nunthorpe Stakes.

He also has a stand out mount on board the Godolphin owned Naval Crown, who has been seen twice on a racecourse, finishing third both times with the first run coming at Newmarket and last time out in a decent Listed event at Ascot.

The form of that Ascot race has received a huge boost with the fourth that day, Saint Lawrence, since going on to take a Listed event at Newbury.