Looking for tradition? First run in 1776, the St Leger at Doncaster is the oldest Classic, the longest at 1m6f and the final leg of British Racing's Triple Crown - last claimed in 1970 by Nijinsky. The great race is now the Saturday centrepiece of a high-class, four-day festival that's one of the highlights of the Flat racing season. Other features include the Park Hill Stakes for fillies on Ladies' Day (Thursday), the Doncaster Cup (Friday) and the Portland Handicap (Saturday). Our guide will help you get the best out of this great meeting.
Highlights from the undercard on day one of the St Leger festival
Record-breaking American Julie Krone wins easily on Invincible Hero
A first-day double for Richard Hughes, who wins on Cai Shen