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A reflection of 2016 and a look ahead to 2017

Added: Friday 16th December 2016

James Brennan, Head of Marketing and Sponsorship at the racecourse reflects on the 2016 season at York and looks ahead to 2017, with live performances from Olly Murs (Saturday 1 July) and Jess Glynne (Friday evening 28 July) to look forward to.

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Trainer Richard Fahey reflects on a record breaking year

Added: Friday 16th December 2016

Trainer Richard Fahey is hoping he can improve on his record breaking last 12 months in 2017.

The Malton based maestro celebrated Group One success with Ribchester in France and unparalled success in the UK this year included the Frankel filly Queen Kindly in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes at York, where he was once again Champion Trainer.

Fahey's been taking stock about a memorable 2016 and hopes for 2017 in an interview with Mike Vince.

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Heartbreak City wins Europe's richest handicap, the Betfred Ebor

Added: Saturday 20th August 2016

Heartbreak City, trained by Tony Martin in Ireland has won Europe's richest handicap, the Betfred Ebor at York.

He stormed to a 4 length success from Shrewd and Quick Jack, also trained by Martin, in a race where the first three home were ridden by apprentices.

It's a red letter triumph for young jockey Adam McNamara, the 19 year old from Limerick and now based with Richard Fahey in Yorkshire.

He spoke with Mike Vince afterwards.

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Quest for More lands the Weatherbys Lonsdale Cup

Added: Saturday 20th August 2016

Quest for More has landed the Weatherbys Lonsdale Cup, the big staying race on Day three of the Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival at York.

An inspired front running ride from George Baker saw him make every yard to see off Pallasator and the Irish raider Wicklow Brave.

This was Baker's reaction.

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