St Leger gets 20 entries

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

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The last jewel in the 2018 Triple Crown series of races, the Jamaica St Leger (10-furlongs), has attracted 20 provisional entries. The St Leger will be run on Saturday, July 28, 2018.

Leading the line-up are Derby winner Drone Strike — trained by Patrick Lynch — and Marquesas, the champion two-year-old of last year and Derby runner-up from the shed row of Michael Marlowe.

92nd Running of

THE JAMAICA ST LEGER (GR.1)

Purse: $4,000,000

10-furlongs (2,000 metres)

Earnings prior to Saturday, July 14, 2018

HORSES WEIGHT TRAINERS EARNINGS

1 Marquesas 57.0 kgs Michael Marlowe $5,719,625

2 Drone Strike 57.0 Patrick Lynch $5,277,800

3 Commander Two 57.0 Patrick Taylor $5,189,300

4 Fayrouz 55.0 Anthony Nunes $4,300,000

5 Disability Charm 55.0 Patrick Lynch $3,310,000

6 Drummer Boy 57.0 Wayne DaCosta $2,826,600

7 El Profesor 57.0 Fitzroy Glispie $2,187,250

8 Royal Aviator 57.0 Marvin Campbell $1,818,275

9 Azaria 55.0 Gary Griffiths $1,714,050

10 Son Son 57.0 Gresford Smith $1,490,850

11 Free Marie 55.0 Lincoln Lungs $1,408,525

12 Sir Puddington 57.0 Richard Azan $1,393,500

13 My Beirut 57.0 Richard Azan $1,392,750

14 Axle Rod 57.0 Richard Azan $1,151,250

15 Contractor 57.0 Patrick Lynch $1,081,800

16 Nuclear Flight 55.0 Gary Subratie $966,400

17 Uncle Honey 57.0 Gresford Smith $879,500

18 Innovator 57.0 Gary Subratie $765,650

19 Empress Nicole 55.0 Fitzroy Glispie $630,750

20 Formal Gladiator 57.0 Patrick Lynch $596,450

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