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Postulation Draws Away Late For American St. Leger Win

Postulation takes the American St. Leger Runnymede Racing’s Postulation got his first graded stakes win in Saturday’s G3 American St. Leger at Arlington Park, taking the lead mid-way through the far turn and pulling away from his competition in the final eighth of a mile to win by about three lengths. The 5-year-old son of Harlan’s Holiday, ridden by Jorge ...

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Japan: Dee Majesty warms up for Leger with trial win

Dee Majesty: winner of the St Leger trial   PICTURE: Masakazu Takahashi    By Masakazu Takahashi 12:49PM 18 SEP 2016  Report: Japan, Sunday Nakayama: St. Lite Kinen (Grade 2) 1m3f, turf, 3yo THE odds-on favourite Dee Majesty (Yoshitaka Ninomiya/ Masayoshi Ebina), who won the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) beating Makahiki, landed this St Leger trial on his first start since finishing third ...

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Curragh: Wicklow Brave defeats Order in Leger surprise

Willie Mullins: saddled Wicklow Brave to Irish Classic success   PICTURE: Getty Images    By Jack Haynes 4:54PM 11 SEP 2016  Report: Curragh, SundayPalmerstown House Estate Irish St. Leger (Group 1) 1m6f, 3yo THE Irish St Leger did its best to replicate the English equivalent in terms of drama with 1-7 favourite Order Of St George beaten by Wicklow Brave in ...

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Wicklow Brave defeats Order in Irish St Leger surprise

Willie Mullins: saddled Wicklow Brave to Irish Classic success   PICTURE: Getty Images    By Jack Haynes 4:54PM 11 SEP 2016  Report: Curragh, SundayPalmerstown House Estate Irish St. Leger (Group 1) 1m6f, 3yo THE Irish St Leger did its best to replicate the English equivalent in terms of drama with 1-7 favourite Order Of St George beaten by Wicklow Brave in ...

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Harbour Law Captures St. Leger After Idaho Slips, Loses Rider

Harzand (Pat Smullen) beats Idaho (Ryan Moore) in the Irish Derby. Harzand will contest the Irish Champion Stakes, while Idaho runs in the G1 St. Leger Harbour Law upset Saturday’s Group 1 St. Leger at odds of 22-1, as hot favorite Idaho slipped with three furlongs to run and unseated rider Seamie Heffernan. Harbor Law, a sophomore son of Lawman, ...

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Order Of St George out to join illustrious list in Irish St Leger

Order Of St George: thrashed the opposition in last year’s Irish St Leger   PICTURE: Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/photos    By Tony O’Hehir 10:00AM 11 SEP 2016  WHETHER the end of Order Of St George’s campaign will involve a tilt at the Arc or the British Champions Long Distance Cup should become clearer after today’s Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger, in ...

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Doncaster: Harbour Law lands Leger after Idaho unseats

Harbour Law (orange) came with a late charge to win at 22-1   PICTURE: Martin Lynch (racingpost.com/photos)    By Lewis Porteous 3:49PM 10 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, Saturday Ladbrokes St Leger Stakes (Group 1) 3yo, 1m6f132y HARBOUR LAW caused a humongous upset to win a dramatic Ladbrokes St Leger, with hot-favourite Idaho unseating Seamie Heffernan when slipping with over three furlongs ...

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Harbour Law lands dramatic Leger after Idaho unseats Heffernan

Laura Mongan: saddled 22-1 winner Harbour Law   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Lewis Porteous 3:49PM 10 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, SaturdayLadbrokes St Leger Stakes (Group 1) 3yo, 1m6f132y HARBOUR LAW caused a humongous upset to win a dramatic Ladbrokes St Leger, with hot-favourite Idaho unseating Seamie Heffernan when slipping with over three furlongs to run. Victory gave Laura and ...

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St Leger could be run on soft ground, warns clerk

Muntahaa: “shouldn’t have any issue with the trip”   PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Carr 7:12PM 9 SEP 2016  SATURDAY’S Ladbrokes St Leger could be run on soft ground, with downpours forecast at Doncaster overnight expected to dramatically change the going. Clerk of the course Roderick Duncan said on Friday night: “The going had obviously dried out a bit ...

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St Leger could be run on soft ground, warns Doncaster clerk

Muntahaa: “shouldn’t have any issue with the trip”   PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Carr 7:12PM 9 SEP 2016  SATURDAY’S Ladbrokes St Leger could be run on soft ground, with downpours forecast at Doncaster overnight expected to dramatically change the going. Clerk of the course Roderick Duncan said on Friday night: “The going had obviously dried out a bit ...

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