Three British trained horses will line up in the Breeders Cup Mile in Del Mar California on Saturday as part of a battalion of European Invaders at the worlds richest race meeting.
Ribchester, trained by Richard Fahey is the likely favourite while also making the
trip from Yorkshire is Suedois, trained by David O'Meara.
He's already claimed one huge prize in America this season, taking the Group 1 Shadwell Mile at Keenland.
He'll again be ridden by O'Meara's stable jockey, and York's Living North Champion Jockey for 2017, Danny Tudhope who spoke as he prepared to get on a plane across the pond.
Looking back on the 2017 season, racecourse Head of Marketing, James Brennan, chats to Mike Vince.
Danny Tudhope is the Living North Top Jockey at York for 2017.
The Scot claimed the title for the first time on countback after he joined three other jockeys, David Allan James Doyle and Jim Crowley on 6 winners with a final day success.
It's a special award for David O'Meara's stable jockey.
Here's his reaction.
The Tim Easterby trained Flying Pursuit will bid to land a second big York Sprint Handicap in 2017 when he lines up in the £100,000 Coral Sprint which headlines the final day of the season on the Knavesmire.
He made every yard to win the Dash in July and faces a maximum field of rivals in tomorrow's feature.
He was ridden that day by Apprentice Rachel Richardson who, not surprisingly keeps the ride.