2022 Cazoo St Leger: Guide, Best Bets and Latest News
Doncaster’s annual racing spectacular is back and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Of course, annual events such as these always promise something good. However, what we at Profit Squad know is that when we’re told the Cazoo St Leger is going to be bigger and better, chances are it really does what it says on the tin.
This auspicious occasion takes place on Wednesday 7th September and is set to impress. A jubilant crowd and fanatic racegoers are expected to attend the event. It’s likely that every single person there will be expecting to see something spectacular and they’re not going to be disappointed.
An integral part of the British flat racing calendar, Doncaster Racecourse is here to help meet and beat expectations. From the Family Enclosure to the VIP Sky Garden, and more, the Cazoo St Leger Festival is set to make hearts flutter and bank accounts fall and rise.
Day One - Leger Legends Day
The prestigious horse racing festival kicks off with some retired jockeys getting into the saddle once more. If you have always wanted to see Julie Krone, Joseph, O’Brien, or Sir AP McCoy compete, now’s your chance. You can see these legendary jockeys with your own eyes at Doncaster.
It’s highly likely that the Leger Legends Day is going to be a day to remember. Imagine being able to see a bunch of highly respected jockeys race before your very eyes. Seems quite magical, doesn’t it?
Day Two - Ladies Day
Day two is a day full of complete glitz and glamour. The level of glitz and glamour will no doubt be on par with what you would see at Ascot. Yes, it’s that serious. We’re not talking about people wearing their Sunday best here. We’re talking about people dressing as glamorous as they possibly can and then some.
This year’s style guide is asking for the crowd to dress like a royal. Crowds are expected to wear fashion that has been inspired by Her Majesty the Queen. Inspired by the Queen’s Jubilee year, it’s highly likely that there will be some incredible sites to see, both on and off the race track.
Day Three - Doncaster Cup Day
The penultimate day of the race brings with it the auspicious Doncaster Cup. This is a much sought-after cup that sees some serious competition. Bring it on.
Did you know that the race taking place on day three is the oldest race that’s run under horse racing’s rules? Now you do!
If you have the opportunity to attend the Doncaster Cup Day you’ll see a lot of vintage celebrations. We’re not talking about 80s and 90s style celebrations, no siree. We mean that the Cup Day is celebrating the 50s, 60s, and the 70s with music and style inspired by these eras.
Place your bets on your favourite horses and get ready to enjoy celebrating in style.
Day Four - Cazoo St Leger Day
The final day of the Cazoo St Leger is one that is well worth attending. If you have managed to get tickets (Lucky you!), you’ll see the event’s dramatic climax. This is no exaggeration by any means. If you’ve ever attended an event at Doncaster Racecourse you’ll know that this venue always means business.
The biggest day of the event also happens to be home to the world’s oldest classic: The Cazoo St Leger Stakes. With a bunch of races held in the afternoon, there’s everything and more for you to bet on. Like to get excited about horse races? It’s time to start betting on them.
The races that take place on Day Four include the Park Stakes as well as the Champagne Stakes and there is much to be enjoyed. In fact, there’s a saying in the racing community. The saying goes:
“The fastest horse wins the Guineas, the luckiest Derby. The best horse wins the St Leger.” (https://www.doncasterfreepress.co.uk/news/people/cazoo-st-leger-2022-everything-you-need-to-know-about-doncasters-annual-racing-spectacular-3833042)
Here we have races that attract jockeys and horses from all over Britain and Ireland. If you can make it, you can expect to have the time of your life.
Some of the very latest betting offers are as follows:
- New London – 5/6
- Eldar Eldarov – 5/1
- Hoo Ya Mal – 8/1
- Haskoy – 8/1
- Zechariah – 10/1
- French Claim – 14/1
- Bluegrass – 16/1
- Emily Dickinson – 25/1
- Giavellotto – 33/1
- El Habeeb – 100/1
- Lizzie Hean – 200/1
Please note, the above betting offers were correct at the time of writing. This means that they could and are likely to change from time to time. Please bear this in mind when you’re placing your bets. It might be worth you hanging on for just a little bit longer to see how the odds changed.
If you can get a “Best odds guaranteed” deal, go for it. A deal such as this can help to bring in the cash even if the odds don’t change in your favour.
It looks as though New London is set to be the clear winner and the odds seem to reflect this. However, we might just be seeing the tip of the iceberg here. There is hope that French Claim will make the battle even more interesting. OK, so French Claim does not seem to have great odds right now. However, we are all aware that things can dramatically change within moments. Perhaps the odds are going to change too. Only time will tell.
Haskoy who is the supplemented York winner is known as being a somewhat inexperienced filly. However, the horse is also a very interesting addition, thank you. As far as Eldar Eldarov is concerned, this horse was perhaps judged a little too harshly during his recent run. However, it looks as though Eldar will compete with Ascot-like form along with Zechariah. It’s Zechariah that took a great advantage the last time he ran. Let’s see what this horse decides to do at the 2022 Cazoo St Leger. You never know, he may well give us even more to talk (or shout) about.