St Leger: the oldest classic
For various reasons my heart’s not been in the flat season this year. The truth is that I have barely watched a race since Derby Day. I’ve turned the racing on just now and absence has made the grass seem greener than ever before and the jockeys’ silks buzz out of the tv screen.
Re: bets, I’ve had a few… Then again, (this season) too few to mention.
I might have one later on Blue Bunting, or I might not. Either way I will be with her in the
St Leger. Fillies don’t win the race much, but of them all I think the drying ground won’t inconvenience her and I like her robust profile. I’ve got to finish the post now because I want to watch Born to Sea, Sea the Stars half-brother, make his debut in ten minutes at the Curragh (2.40).
Posted on September 10, 2011, in Horse racing, Punting, Sport, Television, The Sport of Kings and Hobby of Paupers and tagged Blue Bunting, Born to Sea, Sea the Stars, St Leger. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.