Lah Ti Dar confirmed for the St Leger at Doncaster

Lah Ti Dar eases to victory at York
Lah Ti Dar eases to victory at York

John Gosden's Lah Ti Dar has been confirmed as an intended runner in Saturday's William Hill St Leger at Doncaster.

The Lord Lloyd-Webber-owned filly had been a leading fancy for the Oaks back in June after winning a Newbury maiden on her debut in April, before following up in the Pretty Polly Stakes at Newmarket in May.

However, a setback kept her on the sidelines until York last month, when she romped home by 10 lengths in the Listed Galtres Stakes over 12 furlongs.

Lah Ti Dar will be stepping up to a mile and three-quarters on Town Moor as she tackles the colts for the first time, but her handler confirmed she will head to Doncaster rather than waiting for the Prix Vermeille at ParisLongchamp on Sunday.

Gosden said: "She goes to the St Leger."

Sky Bet reacted by making Lah Ti Dar the 15/8 clear favourite for the Leger with Kew Gardens nudged out to 9/4.


Sky Bet, St Leger odds:

  • LAH TI DAR 15/8
  • Kew Gardens 9/4
  • Old Persian 6/1
  • Loxley 9/1
  • 11/1 BAR
  • Odds correct at 1800 BST 12/09/2018
  • Click here for the very latest odds
Like what you've read?
Help your friends Know It All by sharing this article to your social media.

Most Read Racing

Richard Johnston on Rock The Kasbah1

November Meeting: Five to watch

We pick out five early fancies for the three-day November Meeting at Cheltenham which starts on Friday afternoon.

Frodon wins in brilliant style at Cheltenham2

14/1 Frodon tops Gold contenders

Frodon heads the weights after 28 horses stood their ground for Saturday's BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham.

Check out our latest racing Nap3

Daily Nap: Backing Banditry

Matt Brocklebank backs a well-treated runner from the Ian Williams yard as he returns to hurdles action at Huntingdon.

Nico De Boinville celebrates on Altior4

Altior heading straight to Sandown

Nicky Henderson has decided to skip the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham on Sunday with Altior.

Too Darn Hot ends the season as the star juvenile5

David Ord: Left feeling Flat?

Ahead of the Cartier Awards, David Ord reflects on the 2018 Flat season and also mulls over defeats for some rising stars of the jumps game.

Most Read Racing

Richard Johnston on Rock The Kasbah1

November Meeting: Five to watch

We pick out five early fancies for the three-day November Meeting at Cheltenham which starts on Friday afternoon.

Frodon wins in brilliant style at Cheltenham2

14/1 Frodon tops Gold contenders

Frodon heads the weights after 28 horses stood their ground for Saturday's BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham.

Check out our latest racing Nap3

Daily Nap: Backing Banditry

Matt Brocklebank backs a well-treated runner from the Ian Williams yard as he returns to hurdles action at Huntingdon.

Nico De Boinville celebrates on Altior4

Altior heading straight to Sandown

Nicky Henderson has decided to skip the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham on Sunday with Altior.

Too Darn Hot ends the season as the star juvenile5

David Ord: Left feeling Flat?

Ahead of the Cartier Awards, David Ord reflects on the 2018 Flat season and also mulls over defeats for some rising stars of the jumps game.

Next Race Off

17:40 Marseille
3
(3)
Pradaro
J: J Auge
5
(5)
Miss Dd
J: C Soumillon
2
(12)
Baby Silvy
J: M Waldhauser
10
(1)
Jeremiade
J: A Barzalona
9
(9)
Morning Dream
J: M Guyon
12
(8)
Fille Dargent
J: A Orani
4
(7)
Black Saphir
J: F Blondel
11
(4)
Ouna
J: A Crastus
7
(10)
Jessy Love
J: F Foresi
1
(11)
Ultim'reve
J: N Perret
8
(6)
Very Maboula
J: G Millet
6
(2)
Let's Rock
J: L Stajano

Racing Tips

General view of the action from Chelmsford City

Tuesday's racing preview

Anita Chambers looks ahead to the day's action with a strong word for Regular in the juvenile event at Chelmsford on Tuesday evening.

Richard Johnston on Rock The Kasbah

November Meeting: Five to watch

We pick out five early fancies for the three-day November Meeting at Cheltenham which starts on Friday afternoon.

Check out our latest racing Nap

Daily Nap: Backing Banditry

Matt Brocklebank backs a well-treated runner from the Ian Williams yard as he returns to hurdles action at Huntingdon.