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Betfred St Leger Festival 2024

The 2024 St Leger Festival at Doncaster Racecourse will take place from Thursday 12th September - Sunday 15th September.

Ladies Day - Thursday 12th September

The festival starts on Thursday 12th September with Ladies Day. Ladies Day at St Leger, Doncaster Racecourse is a glamorous and highly anticipated event that adds a touch of elegance to the thrilling world of horse racing. Held during the St Leger Festival, it is a day when racegoers, showcase their style and sophistication, often donning extravagant hats and fashionable outfits. Beyond the races, Ladies Day offers an atmosphere of socializing, entertainment, and high stakes on and off the track. It's a perfect blend of sporting excitement and fashion flair, making it a standout day in the British racing calendar.

Doncaster Cup Day - Friday 13th September

Doncaster Cup Day at Doncaster Racecourse is another significant event within the St Leger Festival, celebrated for its rich history and exciting horse racing. The highlight of the day is the prestigious Doncaster Cup, a Group 2 flat race that attracts top-class stayers competing over a challenging distance. Racing enthusiasts gather to witness the stamina and endurance of the horses as they vie for victory in this long-distance race. Doncaster Cup Day is a key fixture for both racing purists and casual fans, offering a mix of thrilling competition and the chance to experience the vibrant atmosphere of one of the oldest racecourses in the world.

St Leger Day - Saturday 14th September

St Leger Day at Doncaster Racecourse is the pinnacle of the St Leger Festival, culminating in the world's oldest classic horse race, the St Leger Stakes. This Group 1 flat race, run over a distance of 1 mile and 6 furlongs, attracts top-class three-year-old thoroughbreds from around the world. St Leger Day is a celebrated occasion, marked by a sense of anticipation and excitement as spectators gather to witness the crowning glory of the festival. The St Leger Stakes itself has a storied history dating back to 1776, adding prestige to the event. The day combines the thrill of elite horse racing with a festive atmosphere, making it a must-attend for racing enthusiasts and a highlight of the British racing calendar.

St Leger Community Fun Day - Sunday 15th September

St Leger community fun day is filled with children's entertainment, live music, food stalls, and other attractions to engage the local community beyond the racetrack. The event creates a festive and inclusive atmosphere, bringing together people of all ages to enjoy the spirit of the festival.

The History of St Leger Festival | Doncaster Racecourse

The St Leger Stakes, established in 1776, holds the distinction of being the oldest of the five British Classic horse races. Named after Anthony St Leger, an army officer and politician who was instrumental in its creation, the race has a storied history that spans over two centuries. Initially hosted at Cantley Common, the race moved to its current home at Doncaster Racecourse in 1778. Over the years, the St Leger has evolved into a prestigious Group 1 flat race for three-year-old thoroughbreds, covering a challenging distance of 1 mile, 6 furlongs, and 115 yards. The race's rich heritage has seen it become a pivotal event in the British racing calendar, attracting top-class horses and jockeys, and contributing significantly to the sport's legacy. The St Leger's enduring tradition and enduring appeal make it a symbol of excellence and longevity in the world of horse racing.

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