Ante-post favourite Earl Of Tyrone heads a maximum field of 22 for Saturday’s Sky Bet Ebor at York.

Paddy Twomey’s charge has been a popular pick for the £500,000 feature after winning his last three starts, including a listed victory over subsequent Irish St Leger Trial winner Raise You last time out at Limerick.

The Joseph O’Brien-trained pair of Okita Soushi and Benaud, Jessica Harrington's Ever Present, Karl Thornton's Shanroe and the Ger Lyons-trained Licence are the other Irish-trained horses among the final field of 22 runners.

Other notable runners include William Haggas’ pair of Gaassee and Candleford, while Get Shirty and Enemy head the handicap.

Wednesday’s York winner Alfred Boucher also makes the cut with his 4lb penalty.

City of York

The Group 2 Sky Bet City Of York Stakes boasts an impressive £400,000 prize fund and has attracted 10 contenders, headed by Lennox Stakes winner Sandrine for Andrew Balding.

Kinross finished second for trainer Ralph Beckett at Goodwood and he reopposes along with third home Pogo and fifth-placed Sacred.

Tim Easterby’s Art Power, a Group 3 winning sprinter, makes his seasonal bow over seven furlongs with Rohaan, Brad The Brief and last week’s Hungerford Stakes winner Jumby also lining up.

Newmarket listed winner Mighty Ulysses shoots for Group 3 gold in the Sky Bet And Symphony Group Strensall Stakes.

His seven rivals include Alflaila, who finished second at Headquarters for Owen Burrows, Finest Sound and Cadillac.

Charlie Appleby’s Wild Crusade heads the weights for the Sky Bet Melrose Handicap, while Stewards’ Cup winner Commanche Falls tops a maximum of 20 runners for the Sky Bet Constantine Handicap.