Our cheat sheet at York & Sandown on Saturday

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After a thrilling first few days at the 2021 York Ebor Festival, we’re fired up and ready to do it all over again on Saturday. Today’s main event is the Ebor Handicap over 1m6f at 15:35 but there’s six other top class races making up the card as well.

As well as ITV showing action from York, punters are also being treated to a couple of races from Sandown. The 14:05 and the 14:40 will be broadcast on Saturday’s show.

The big one at York on Saturday is wide open, with Sonnyboyliston, Hamish and Mt Leinster currently at the top of the betting. But who will come out on top? Wonder no more as Paddy’s prestigious panel return once again to help compile our legendary Cheat Sheet ahead of day 4 of the Ebor Festival!

Each and every day we’ll be bring you world-class insight from Matt Chapman, Mick Fitzgerald, Jason Weaver, Timeform and even the main man himself, Paddy Power. So, our gift to you is the mighty Cheat Sheet. Download it here for free and pass it around to all your soon-to-be grateful pals.

Our experts are split on the Ebor Handicap at 15:35, with Fukaira Price receiving two votes, while Hamish, Max Vega and Ilaraab have also been tipped to shine. So, without further ado, here’s the Cheat Sheet.


Pundits’ Most Popular Picks

In the opening race on Saturday, our experts are all over Real World, who is unanimously voted the most likely winner of the 13:50.

Space Blues also received three votes in the 15:00, with Paddy Power and Mick Fitzgerald opposing the Charlie Appleby-trained five-year-old.

Elsewhere at Sandown, Reach For The Moon is another runner unanimously backed to shine in the 14:05 over 7f.


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