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Kew Gardens now 7/4 for Leger Glory at Doncaster

| 29.08.2018

Ballydoyle classic hat-trick still on the cards

Following the latest entry stage, Kew Gardens is the 7/4 (from 2/1) favourite with Coral for next month’s St Leger.

Aidan O’Brien’s charge has already won at Royal Ascot over the St Leger trip. And he’s shortening up for the Doncaster classic, too.

Last week’s impressive York winner, Lah Ti Dar, who also has the option of the Prix Vermeille, is the 4/1 (from 10/3) second favourite, ahead of Old Persian at 8/1.

“As a Group One victor with winning form over the Leger trip, and with his closest market rival a far from certain runner at Doncaster, Kew Gardens is a firm favourite to give trainer Aidan O’Brien a third UK Classic win in a season when by his own sky-high standards, things have not always gone entirely to plan,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**William Hill St Leger
7-4 Kew Gardens, 4 Lah Ti Dar, 8 Old Persian, 10 Latrobe, Rostropovich, 12 Southern France, Flag Of Honour, Wells Farhh Go, 14 Loxley, Raymond Tusk, 16 Bar

**QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes
11-8 Roaring Lion, 7-2 Saxon Warrior, 7 Crystal Ocean, 14 Cliffs Of Moher, Lancaster Bomber, Magical, 16 Happily, 20 Benbatl, Rhododendron, The Pentagon, Without Parole, 25 Bar

**Comer Group International Irish St Leger
4-5 Order Of St George, 8 Flag Of Honour, 9 Capri, 10 Weekender, 12 Best Solution, Idaho, 14 Delano Roosevelt, Latrobe, Red Verdon, 16 Sound Check, The Pentagon, Twilight Payment, 20 Bar  

**Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes

3 Mabs Cross, 10-3 Battaash, 5 Blue Point, Havana Grey, 8 Speak In Colours, 12 Sioux Nation, 16 Caspian Prince, Hit The Bid, Judicial, Equilateral, 20 Bar 

**Qatar Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe
4 Sea Of Class, 5 Enable, 7 Cracksman, 8 Crystal Ocean, Lah Ti Dar, Poet’s Word, 12 Roaring Lion, 14 Study Of Man, 16 Forever Together, Loxley, 25 Stradivarius, Talismanic, Waldgeist,

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Cian Carroll