St Leger 2015
St Leger Betting Guide – 12th September 2015
The oldest horse racing Classic in the world comes to Town Moor in Doncaster each September, the St Leger has been taking place each year since 1776 and is the final British Classic of the Flat racing calendar. The St Leger Festival lasts for four days but there is only one race that attracts the thousands of spectators to Yorkshire each year and is the biggest racing day for the region bar none.
In recent years we have seen Camelot attempt to win the Triple Crown, only to fail in the last leg, in 2011 Masked Marvel won the race for trainer John Gosden in a record time and who can forget Bollin Eric in 2002, the last time a Yorkshire trained horse won the Classic and the whole place erupted. The St Leger always has a story and a reputation of the hardest of the Classics to win for 3yo thoroughbred.
We will have all the latest news in the build up to the race plus our tip on who will win the 2015 Ladbrokes St Leger. Special offers and free bets from the bookmakers will also be featured plus plenty of facts, trends and statistics about the race to help you choose your fancy for one of the toughest races of the season.
|Storm The Stars||14/1||12/1||14/1||14/1||12/1||16/1|
|John F Kennedy||16/1||16/1||33/1|
So what profile fits a St Leger winner? Here we have a glance back through the history of the race and see if we can identify any patterns that will help us spot who might to win the 2015 version. We look at how the favourites have fared over the years? Do we want be backing a colt or a filly? Or maybe it's just about the prep races and current form? We analyse all these factors in our build up to the 2015 Ladbrokes St Leger.
Time after time trainers will plot the same path for their horses in the lead up to a major race and we look at which races have had any bearing on the St Leger throughout the 2015 season. You will be surprised at how few races have such a big impact on the final Classic of the year and we will have all the results for the trials as they happen.