If you want to attend the Ebor event, here are a variety of horses and golf courses to play in the area.
Now, like the Guineas Festival, the Derby Festival, Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood, this fantastic summer of flat racing is fast approaching its end.
However, this is not all ominous, as we still have the upcoming Yorkshire Ebor Festival to look forward to before we turn our attention to the St.
As the Ebor Festival takes place between August 18-21 and a full crowd will climb on the historic York Racecourse over the course of the four days, we watch the biggest races of the meeting!
Juddmonte International Stakes
Heading on the first day of the festival on August 18ste is the Group 1 Juddmonte International Stakes. The one-mile, two-foot and 88-meter race is the last part of the British Championship series in the middle distance ahead of the performance at Ascot Championship Day in October. The race was first introduced in 1972, but already has a rice history. This favorite to win this year’s £ 1 million race in the York race wed is that of Aidan O’Brien St. Mark’s Basilica, who have already achieved some major victories this year in France and at Sandown.
Ladies’ Day card on day two is held by the Yorkshire Oaks. The Group 1 race, which has been contested for more than a kilometer and four fiery races, is the last race in the British Series Fillies & Mares before the final on British Champions Day. The outing in the top group, formed in 1849 as a race for three-year-olds, began 30 years ago to allow foals and mares to enter, and is now littered with entries from the Oaks, which are contested during the Derby at Epsom Downs. Festival. With three wins already this year, including in the aforementioned Oaks, Snowfall, another of O’Brien’s esteemed yard, is the favorite to win this year’s race.
Day three’s main race, the Nunthorpe Stakes, is one of the most exciting races of the festival. The five-race is named after an area in York and is one of the only sprints to pair two-year-olds with their older, more experienced counterparts. The Wesley Ward Trained Golden Pal, who recently won the Grade 3 Quick Call Stakes at Saratoga in the United States, is the favorite to win this year’s race – in what will be only his second race in Britain after finishing second in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot last year ended.
The last day presents the festival’s exhibition race, the Ebor Handicap. The lack of heritage is the richest breed of its kind in Europe and is raced over a distance of one kilometer and six long distances. The historic race, which was inaugurated in 1843, reached £ 1 million in 2019, and after falling to £ 250,000 last year due to the pandemic, it will rise to half a million for this year’s renewal. Live your dream, trained by Saeed bin Suroor has worked very well this season and won three of his four races, and he is expected to continue the form in York.
Golf courses in and around York.
Fulford Golf Club
York Golf Club
Pike Hills Golf Club
Golf by Aldwark Manor