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  1. I'd like to open up a Thread now for a Late Summer Horse-Racing Competition, the centrepiece of which will be York's superb, Ebor Festival. The word "Ebor" is taken from "Eboracum", a Roman City which later became York. I was never fortunate enough to visit York Racecourse, either in a working capacity or socially. A couple of my colleagues, who were fortunate enough to go Racing at York, agreed that it was the finest Racecourse they'd visited. During my time working for Croydon Credit Bookmaker Sunderland, York was often voted top Racecourse in the country. It was noted as having the finest facilities for Horse, Stable Staff and Racegoers, alike. The Racing on offer is of the finest quality, with many Group Class Races and the running of the Ebor Handicap, the most valuable Handicap run on the Flat, in Europe. The Knavesmire is a favourite Racecourse of many leading Trainers, with it's fair and galloping Racetrack. I shall use the usual Format of an allocated "virtual" £1 Each Way on each Selection. In some Races you will be allocated, 2 picks. I will also include a couple of additional Categories: Category 1 - YORK GROUP 1 TRIXIE. Category 2 - YORK HANDICAP DOUBLE. I'll kick off then with the YORK GROUP 1 TRIXIE. This will comprise of the following Group 1 Races to be run at the Festival, the JUDDMONTE INTERNATIONAL STAKES, the DARLEY YORKSHIRE OAKS and the COOLMORE NUNTHORPE STAKES. in combined Doubles and a Treble (aka a Trixie). You will be asked to Select a Horse in each Race. You will be allocated "virtual" Stakes of £2. You will have 4 options of deploying your £2 "virtual" Stakes: OPTION 1 - 3 x 50p Win Doubles,1 x 50p Win Treble. OPTION 2 - 3 x 25p Each Way Doubles, 1 x 25p Each Way Treble. OPTION 3 - 3 X 50p Win Doubles.1 x 25p Each Way Treble. OPTION 4 - 3 x 25p Each Way Doubles, 1 x 50p Win Treble. You decide, which. Listed below, are the Racing Post links to the Current Declarations' and Betting Odds for those 3 Races that comprise the, YORK GROUP 1 TRIXIE: JUDDMONTE INTERNATIONAL STAKES(WEDS.21st AUG) https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/107/york/2019-08-21/732954 HORSE ODDS ENABLE 5/4 CRYSTAL OCEAN 6/4 KING OF COMEDY 4/1 MAGICAL 4/1 CIRCUS MAXIMUS 7/1 JAPAN 14/1 HERMOSA 16/1 LORD GLITTERS 16/1 MAGNA GRECIA 16/1 PINK DOGWOOD 16/1 ANTHONY VAN DYCK 20/1 REGAL REALITY 20/1 22/1 BAR THESE. 1/4 ODDS. 1,2,3. OTHERS ON REQUEST. In a short while, I will post up the Racing Post links to the Current Declarations' and Betting Odds for the other 2 Races that comprise the, YORK GROUP 1 TRIXIE, plus the Selection Boxes and Stake Option Box, for your Trixie. Regards, Tom.
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