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Bet On A Classic!

Summer curtain comes down on British season

The fastest horse wins the Guineas, the luckiest the Derby – and the best horse the St Leger.

With a colourful history dating back to 1776, the oldest Classic of the British season, the £700,000 Gr1 William Hill St Leger Stakes will be run at Doncaster on Saturday 16 September over a trip of one mile, six furlongs and 132 yards.

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2 comments on “Bet On A Classic!”

  1. It just shows how GREAT Nijinski was, to win ONE of the Triple Crown Classics is a testing feat but to win ALL THREE???? Last won by the great horse in 1970, FORTY SEVEN YEARS AGO!!!!!!!! Surely he must have been the best British horse ever.

  2. I was lucky enough to have been on Town Moor to witness Nijinsky’s win in 1970 before leaving for SA the following month.
    Yes, a true champion but – for the top horse I’ve ever seen – I still go with Derby and Arc winner, Mill Reef.
    For this year’s Leger, I took 6-1 each-way Defoe during my recent UK trip.

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