St Leger 2021 racecard, start time, prize money, live stream & TV channel

Giddy up, it's the final English Classic of the season.


*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

It’s been a wild ride but the end of the Flat season is fast approaching. The St Leger at Doncaster is among the bucketload of quality races on the home straight so hold on to your hats, folks, because this one’s going to be electric.

The oldest of the English Classics, the St Leger is a proper stamina test as the runners and riders are tested over a distance of 1m 6f and 115y, making it the longest of the five races as well.


A field of 10 are set to go to post at 3.35pm this afternoon including Hurricane Lane, Ottoman Emperor, Mojo Star and High Definition.

Below you’ll find all the key details you need ahead of the big race at Doncaster including Paddy Power’s latest odds.

St Leger 2021 Odds

Hurricane Lane – 4/6
Ottoman Emperor – 11/2
Mojo Star – 6/1
High Definition – 8/1
Sir Lucan – 10/1
Interpretation – 11/1
The Mediterranean – 12/1
Youth Spirit – 33/1
Scope – 33/1
Fernando Vichi – 40/1

St Leger 2021 Racecard

You’ll find everything you need to know about today’s runners and riders at Doncaster over on our superb Racecards page. If you like, gallop over there now by clicking HERE to start swotting up – otherwise here’s a quick round up of the St Leger 2021 horses and jockeys.

Hurricane Lane goes to post hunting a hat-trick of Group 1 wins after success in the Irish Derby and Grand Prix de Paris.

Ottoman Emperor has been prominent in the betting after victory at Goodwood in the Gordon Stakes while 50/1 Epsom Derby runner-up Mojo Star has been backed to stay over the longer trip by trainer Richard Hannon.

High Definition – supplemented at a cost of £50,000 despite a disappointing season – is one of four runners for Aidan O’Brien.

St Leger 2021 Prize Money

A prize pot worth £700,000 is on offer in the 2021 running of the St Leger, with £421,355 going to winning connections, making it the second most valuable of this year’s English Classics behind the Epsom Derby. Lucrative.

The cash is a major uplift on last year’s prize money as the winner, Galileo Chrome, earned £198,485 for being first past the post.

If Hurricane Lane justifies favouritism it would take Frankel’s son’s earnings for the season towards the £1.5m mark. A cash cow for owners Godolphin.

St Leger 2021 Live Stream and TV Channel

You can watch the 2021 St Leger for FREE with Paddy Power. We’ve been showing racing from both sides of the Irish Sea completely free and live (well, there is a slight delay) since last June.

Simply head to, log in, find the St Leger betting market and you’re all set. Fancy watching on mobile? Just download the Paddy Power app and sign up or log in. You don’t even have to place a bet on a race to watch.

If television’s more your thing then you’ll need to tune in to ITV to watch the race. Paddy’s been sponsoring ITV Racing’s live action since the start of the year – and a huge afternoon of racing lies ahead.

Ed Chamberlin and the rest of the gang are on air from 1.30pm and have coverage of seven races across three tracks in the UK & Ireland including the St Leger at Doncaster and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.

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