Brighton chairman Tony Bloom will be hoping to cause an upset at York this afternoon.

One of his horses Stratum runs in the Lonsdale Cup in the second race on the card (2.25pm) on the third day of the festival.

The eight-year-old has already won twice this year at Ascot in June and Gowran Park in April.

However, he is an outsider at 12/1 as he will face some top-class competition.

Hove-born trainer John Gosden and his son Thady’s stable star Stradivarius is the overwhelming favourite being priced at short as 5/4.

He will face competition from Trueshan, who won the Al Shaqab Goodwood Cup Stakes last month.

The race will be shown live on ITV.

However, Stratum fell short finishing fourth as the overwhelming favourite won by a head to win his third Lonsdale Cup.

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