Who To Follow On Day Two At York

Horse To Follow - Sacred

The first race of the day sees a cracking Group Two contest in the Lowther Stakes for juvenile fillies and Sacred for William Haggas catches the eye.

This Cheveley Park owned filly won well on debut when beating Sardinia Sunset by just under two lengths, who has since gone on to frank that form by winning a Listed event.

She improved for that run when finishing a close second in the Group Two Queen Mary Stakes at the royal meeting and will be hard to beat now up to six furlongs.

Trainer To Follow - James Tate

James Tate only has one runner across the whole meeting on Thursday and it sees him filed the favourite for the Clipper Logistics Handicap Stakes.

The four year old is a very interesting runner, who continued his fine start to his career with his fourth win on the bounce at Thirsk at the end of last month.

That was his first run after 10 months or so off the race track and despite going up in the weights by nearly a stone, he sets the standard on form.

Jockey To Follow - Ryan Moore

Ryan Moore has a big chance to claim the jockey championship for the Ebor meeting with his rival Frankie Dettori currently in Quarantine.

He has some classy rides across the week but on Thursday he seems to have his banker of the week with Love in the Yorkshire Oaks with the three year old looking for her third straight Group One.

Moore has been in frightening form over the last two weeks with seven winners from 21 rides which sees him pose a strike rate of 33.33%