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Mogul odds slashed for St Leger victory

| 30.07.2020

Ballydoyle colt 5/1 after winning Gordon Stakes

Following victory in Thursday’s Gordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood, Mogul’s odds for victory in the St Leger have been cut from 16/1 to 5/1.

The three-year-old colt ran to victory over Highland Chief by just under a length in the Group 3 race, with race favourite English King finishing just under two lengths back in fourth.

His Ballydoyle stablemates Santiago and Serpentine head the field for the Doncaster Classic as 9/4 favourite and 10/3 second favourites respectively.

Coral’s David Stevens said: “Ballydoyle have no shortage of St Leger possibles, with two Derby winners at the head of the market, but Mogul looked a thorough stayer when winning the Gordon Stakes, and would be a major player at Doncaster in our book.”

Elsewhere, following his thrilling victory in Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes, Mohaather has been placed as the 8/13 odds-on favourite to beat Kameko should the pair meet again this season.

Guineas winner Kameko is 6/5 to gain his revenge over the Glorious Goodwood winner.

Stevens added: “The Sussex Stakes result has sparked huge debate amongst racing fans, with plenty believing Kameko was an unlucky loser, but we’re not so sure, and make Mohaather odds-on favourite to come out on top should he and Kameko meet again this season.”

St Leger winner
9/4 Santiago, 10/3 Serpentine, 5/1 Mogul, 7/1 Al Aasy, 8/1 Tiger Moth, 10/1 Dawn Patrol, English King, Khalifa Sat, 12/1 Military March, Russian Emperor, 16/1 Arthur’s Kingdom, Darain, Highest Ground, Worthily

Match bet – next time they meet
8/13 Mohaather, 6/5 Kameko
(bets void if match up doesn’t take place in 2020)

View the latest horse racing odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.



Drew Goodsell

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