Trainer James Ferguson and Jockey Daniel Muscutt have enjoyed the best day of their careers at York to date by saddling First Folio to win the Paver Foundation Sprint, the feature race on Macmillan Charity Day at York.
The grey carried the colours of some 4,000 members of Owners Group, and in a finish dominated by horses trained low, he beat outsiders Blackrod and Ey up its Maggie.
A delighted Muscutt gave Mike Vince his reaction.
Roberto Escobarr has booked his place in the £500,000 Skybet Ebor at York in August, by winning the final 'win and you're in race', the Grand Cup on the Knavesmire as part of the Charity raceday.
The four year old, trained by William Haggas,who has yet to win the Ebor,was ridden by Tom Maquand to a length and a half victory over Red Verdon.
This was Marquand's reaction.
Aime Waugh will head home from York victory Racecourse with a boot full of Ayala Champagne after booting Nicholas T to victory in the Queen Mother's Cup on Macmillan Charity Day.
The oldest runner in the race beat the 2019 winner Arctic Fox by a length, with Waugh winning her weight in champagne, the traditional jockeys prize after the most prestigious race in the Ladies Riders calendar.
She spoke with Mike Vince afterwards.
Jockey Andrea Atzeni with Mike Vince after Fujaira Prince became the first favourite in 13 years to land the Sky Bet Ebor on the final day of the Festival at York.