Wells Farhh Go should go far and be a major player in the Sky Bet Ebor – the highlight of the final day of what’s been a terrific Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival.

He’s a class act, having won at Group level, including the Acomb at this fixture two years ago.

I think he’ll appreciate this step down into handicap company, albeit a £1m handicap, and also the drop down to one mile and six furlongs. He’s got to have a great each-way shout.

That said, I don’t think there will be a more popular winner than King’s Advice, who has won an astonishing eight of nine races this season. He’s a horse who sticks his neck out and battled back so gamely at Goodwood this month. He must be an absolute joy to own and train.

Another horse to keep an eye out is Que Amoro who runs in the final race of the Festival, the Sky Bet Handicap.

I won on her at York last month, when she came home seven lengths clear of the runner-up. She has plenty of speed and a very good apprentice on her back in Phil Dennis, who won at the Festival on Thursday.

It’s been a terrific week at York, and congratulations to William Derby and his team for putting on such a wonderful event.

It was capped, of course, by Enable’s win in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks. Frankie Dettori was in tears afterwards. York obviously has that effect on us jockeys as I was blubbing after Mecca’s Angel won there a few years back!

I will be at Redcar today, where my best ride looks to be Tyler Durden in the Best Flat Races Live On Racing TV Novice Auction Stakes.

He was third on his only start to Mr Kiki, who, earlier, wasn’t beaten far by this week’s most impressive juvenile winner, Mums Tipple.

There are a lot of unraced horses in the field and his experience should make him hard to beat. He’s named after a character in Fight Club, so hopefully will be up for a scrap!

Katniss Everdeen was also third on her only start and runs in the Bakers Tailoring And Formal Hire Fillies' Novice Auction Stakes for the same connections. She ran a little green so will clearly come on for that and goes there with an obvious chance.

My best chance of a winner tomorrow looks to be Muatadel, who runs in the John Jenkins Memorial Claiming Stakes at Beverley. He was third in a similar race and he has the plum draw in one. This looks like the type of race that should be there for the taking.

Finally, I just wanted to send my very best thoughts to Pat Smullen, who is having to undergo further chemotherapy, and to Harriet Bethell, who is in an induced coma, and her family.

It’s difficult to know what to say in such horrible circumstances but the racing family is a very close one and there will be plenty of support on offer.

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