The final Classic of the season sees the fillies and colts come together in the St Leger Stakes at Doncaster Racecourse.
The oldest of the five Classics, the St Leger is a Group One contest for the three-year-olds who are quite possibly progressing from the Guineas or the Epsom Derby. It is run over the marathon distance of one-mile-and-six-furlongs.
Acting as the final leg of the Triple Crown for either the girls or the boys, the race forms part of a four-day meeting at Town Moor, which includes a number of juvenile races for Classic contenders the following season.
Arguably the best renewal of the Leger in recent years came in 2017 when Capri claimed first-prize honours for Aidan O'Brien and Ryan Moore.
In second was Crystal Ocean - who is currently ranked as the world's best horse after victory in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Talking of the royal meeting, Stradivarius - winner of the last two Gold Cups was third in 2017, with the Melbourne Cup winner Rekindling back in fourth.
The winners keep on coming with Coronet back in fifth, who landed her first Group One in France a couple of weeks ago, and Defoe - last but one in tenth, winning the Coronation Cup [G1] and the Hardwicke Stakes [G2] in the past six weeks.
Last year Kew Gardens was just too good for the filly Lah Ti Dar, and Ballydoyle could dominate again this year with a number of contenders.
The expensive yearling Japan - who won the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot could head Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck, along with Broome, Constantinople, and Sir Dragonet.
The St Leger meeting kicks off on Wednesday 11th September and concludes on Saturday 14th September.