1.50 York (Each Way) In the opening race of the day, Tierney catches the eye as an each-way prospect. Having gained valuable experience at Chester, she now faces a different challenge on the more conventional course at York. After an eye-catching fourth-place finish in the Lily Agnes, Tierney is expected to take another step forward and could be a contender here.
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The second race promises to be a competitive affair, with several potential group horses in the mix. Among them, Juliet Sierra stands out as a solid choice. Showing progressive form as a two-year-old, she won the Dick Turpin Stakes at Salisbury before a commendable fifth-place finish in the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket. With stamina in her pedigree, she should handle the step up to 1 mile and may excel as a three-year-old.
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Trainer Andrew Balding holds strong contenders in this handicap race with two debutants. Nobel, who has had a breathing operation and is now tongue-tied, could show improvement on handicap debut. Masekela, a listed winner as a two-year-old, had a good second-place finish at Doncaster and makes his handicap debut. Both horses are worth keeping an eye on as they compete against each other.