The feature race of the whole festival is the Group One St Leger Stakes and in the final British Classic race of the season we have two fancied selections with one to win and another at an each way perspective.
The favourite Logician for John Gosden looks a class apart the rest of this field with he three year old colt having four starts to date and is unbeaten in all of them, only featuring in Class 3 and 4 races before landing the Group 2 Great Voltigeur Stakes.
The St Leger has been the plan for along time with this grey and Gosden has said he has came out of York in fine fettle and is ready for his first Group One test.
Our each way selection who has a huge chance is the Mark Johnston trained Sir Ron Priestley who has won five of his six starts this season with the only blemish on his record coming at Royal Ascot.
He is stepping up to Group One level for the first time like Logician but has been one of the most progressive horses of the season and is primed for another big run looking for his fourth straight victory.