Saint Leger


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Saint Leger

(ˈlɛdʒə) or abbreviation

St Leger

n
(Horse Racing) the Saint Leger an annual horse race run at Doncaster since 1776: one of the classics of the flat-racing season
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This year's Saint Leger Stakes, the last classic horse race of the season, was held on Saturday, September 16.
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