When is the Ebor Handicap 2022? York date, start time, runners and betting

It's Europe's biggest Flat handicap.


*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

A big field? Check. Quality runners? Check. And plenty of prize money? Check. It’s no surprise the Ebor Handicap is one of the most eagerly-anticipated races on the calendar.

The feature on the final day of the Ebor Festival at York, the Ebor Handicap is the most lucrative handicap of the Flat season in Europe and the winner of this year’s renewal will bag a cool £300,000 for connections.


Sonnyboyliston prevailed 12 months ago but will not be back to defend his crown so a new name will be written into the history books.

You’ll find everything you need to know about the Ebor Handicap 2022 including the date, start time, runners and riders, and Paddy Power’s betting odds below.

Ebor Handicap date and start time

The Ebor Handicap 2022 is scheduled to take place at 3.35pm on Saturday, August 20 at York Racecourse.

Ebor Handicap runners and riders

Get Shirty (Danny Tudhope)
Enemy (David Egan)
Max Vega (Rob Hornby)
Fancy Man (Sean Levey)
Ever Present (Shane Foley)
John Leeper (Adam Kirby)
Okita Soushi (Mikey Sheehy)
Global Storm (William Buick)
Rodrigo Diaz (Jamie Spencer)
Shanroe (Robbie Colgan)
Raymond Tusk (Martin Harley)
Candleford (Tom Marquand)
Licence (Gary Carroll)
Earl Of Tyrone (Billy Lee)
Gaassee (Kieran Shoemark)
Calling The Wind (Pat Cosgrave)
Euchen Glen (Paul Mulrennan)
Benaud (Jim Crowley)
Trawlerman (Frankie Dettori)
Quenelle D’Or (Neil Callan)
Alfred Boucher (PJ McDonald)
Valley Forge (David Probert)
R1: Not So Sleepy (Hollie Doyle)
R2: Dark Jedi (TBC)

Ebor Handicap betting

You can run the rule over Paddy Power’s prices for the Ebor Handicap 2022 on the Paddy Power website or via our snazzy widgets below.

Earl Of Tyrone‘s attractive mark of 103 and progressive profile after bringing up a hat-trick in the Listed Martin Molony Stakes last time out means he is the marginal favourite for Saturday’s feature race.

Gaassee is next in the betting and boasts a record of four wins from six starts on his CV. William Haggas’ charge was a narrow third in the Old Newton Cup last time out.

A few Irish-trained horses are also prominent in our market; Ever Present has form in big-field handicaps after landing a lucrative 23-runner contest at the Curragh last September, Okita Soushi was third in the Copper Horse at Royal Ascot in June, while Licence makes his handicap debut off a mark of 103 for Ebor-winning trainer Ger Lyons.

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