TALAAYEB could go for the Group Two Park Stakes at Doncaster later this month following her success at York's Ebor meeting.

The three-year-old filly, trained by Owen Burrows, is reported to have recovered well from her victory in the Group Three City of York Stakes and connections are now giving consideration to the seven-furlong contest on Saturday, September 16.

"You'll possibly see her in the Park Stakes at Doncaster," said Angus Gold, racing manager to owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum.

"We'll see how she is, but, touch-wood, Owen seems happy with her. "She's come out of her race really well."

Meanwhile, preparations continue at York Racecourse this week for Sunday's Press Family Raceday.

The only Sunday meeting of the season on the Knavesmire boasts record prize money for a seven-race thoroughbred card worth £132,000. The feature race, the Listed Betfred supports York against Cancer Garrowby Stakes, has increased in value by 25 per cent to a record £50,000.

The action on the track begins at 12.50pm with the respective finals in the Conditions category of the 2017 Charles Owen Pony Racing Series, showcasing the talents of the next generation of riders.

Racing under rules starts at 1.55pm with a race that will be especially poignant for both crowd and participants as it is an apprentice contest that remembers Tom O’Ryan, a much missed figure in Yorkshire racing.

As well as being the voice of the Parade Ring at York and racing correspondent for both the Racing Post and Press, Tom was a widely respected mentor to the young riders who shared his long-time home town of Malton.