The Yorkshire Cup, at York Racecourse, is a Group 2 race that has been running since 1927 and there is a prize pool of £165,000. It takes place in May and this flat race is a handicap race. The Yorkshire Cup received its Group 2 status back in 1971 and it was in 2011 that it became a feature of the British Champions Series. It usually takes place on the last day of the Dante Festival.
If you want to find a potential winner for the Yorkshire Cup, the ground conditions play a big part in your selection process. The firmer ground will lead to strong early runners doing well, while softer ground can lead to a much more of a slog. To place bets on this race, you should check out the list of reviewed betting sites at Roger.com. This allows you to easily find an operator that is a great fit for your specific needs.