Who will win the Doncaster Grand Prix on Sunday?

We’ve got info, quotes from the coaches and key video replays of the Group One Cazoo St Leger Stakes in Doncaster on Sunday.


Cazoo St Leger Stakes Advice

New LondonGordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood did really well and put in his strongest work at the end of that 1m4f competition.

Ibn Dubawi should enjoy the extra furling here and could win a second straight Liger title for Charlie Appleby who hit in last year’s race with Hurricane Lane.


Timeform Pace Map

Speed ​​forecast: until

bias drawing: prefer high

Specific speed tip: The horses on or near the front end are not the ones to focus on at this distance here, but with little chance of a really strong mare in store, HOO YA MAL likely won’t be in good standing while the French (in French) claim on Most likely will.

Individual price tip: HASKOY was successful the last time around when it traded two or more times at the start of Betfair SP.


Key quotes

Charlie Appleby, New London: “He had a work piece on Wednesday and looked great. I’ve always said we wanted to come here as a new horse. The only bulb that came up on his page was in a Chester vase. People might say flight and land was at the time, but I don’t think it was. I just think he ran a really good, strong race at the Craven meeting a few weeks ago and is even better when he’s new. That’s why after Gordon Stakes we always wanted to come right here.”

Barry Mahon Hasquie: “It adds something to the race. She is an undefeated filly and has been completed in the last classic of the year. Godolphin’s (New London) horse is obviously very good, Roger Varian’s (Eldar Eldarov) is a Royal Ascot winner and we know what George Boughey’s horse looks like. (Hoo Ya Mal) From the derby with Westover. It’s a great race, but to have an unmasked filly running in it is exciting. We don’t know how good she is. We can tell she hasn’t made it to that level, but if she improves from York, she should. Be there or thereabouts. I think it will stay–the way you hit the line at York you’d think a mile and six had to be in a compass. The extra half of the furlough is a bit of an unknown, but I like to think it has every chance of survival.”

By Roger Varian and Eldar Eldarov: “I thought his run at the Grand Prix de Paris was a fair performance, I don’t think he was a disgrace to himself. I’m not sure if he was at his best or if he showed that day he was a real horse. He won over a mile and six furlongs at Ascot and looked like He needs every yard of it, but at a mile and a half at Longchamp the ground was very fast ;It was a speed test during a ride.He was only ahead when they crossed the line,I don’t think he was a disgrace to himself,He ran so well,He showed us that he’s not This kind of horse.”

George Boki Hoo money: “He came to the yard not long before he debuted at Goodwood. We are still getting to know him but over the past couple of weeks he has started to thrive. He has been a very straightforward horse to train, and we always had in our minds the idea that he wasn’t really our horse. We’re taking care of him in the meantime before he goes down (to Australia) and he’s trying to stay two miles on his first start. It was about slowing him down rather than speeding him up. He looks relaxed and in good shape.”

Paddy Toomey, a French claim: “He’s got half a chance – that’s why he’s there. He’s a true progressive horse and every time he runs he’s getting better than the last time. I think the hike in the ride will play on his strengths as well as the big, fast nature of the track. He trained well before the Irish derby and ran so high in it on the ground that it was fast enough for him.He beat the winner of the Oaks (Tuesday) who finished second in the Yorkshire Oaks on their next start, perhaps the strongest part of St Leger, So we’re looking forward to the run.”

Marco Petit, Javelin: “He’s kept progressing through the season and staying well. As long as the ground doesn’t get too heavy he’ll appreciate a few bits. He’s in great shape and with the race losing to a few strong contenders, he deserves to take his chance. We’re hoping for a big run and he’ll be even better when He was four years old.”


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John Pierce Racing Gordon Stakes, Goodwood, July 28, 2022

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