John Gosden’s Cracksman heads the field for Wednesday’s Betway Great Voltigeur Stakes at York racecourse


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Cracksman has not been seen since finishing second to Capri in the Irish Derby and he will once again face tough opposition from Ballydoyle as Aidan O’Brien runs three

CRACKSMAN will take on seven rivals as he bids to return to winning ways in the Betway Great Voltigeur at York on Wednesday.

John Gosden’s colt was last seen finishing second in the Irish Derby behind Capri, who was ruled out of York with a bad scope.

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Cracksman will make his first start since finishing second in the Irish Derby

Aidan O’Brien will instead rely upon Douglas Macarthur, Spanish Steps and Venice Beach as he attempts to land back-to-back victories after Idaho struck 12 months ago.

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Khalidi will make his first start since joining trainer Clive Cox, while Sir Michael Stoute, who has won the race a record seven times, will saddle Mirage Dancer.

The field is completed by the Roger Charlton-trained Atty Persse and Count Octave from the yard of Andrew Balding.

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