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Stoute Warning on Sea Moon in St Leger

Sir Michael Stoute, trainer of favourite Sea Moon has concerns that the persistent dry weather in North England might hurt his colt's chances in the final Classic of the season:  Ladbrokes St Leger Stakes (Group 1) for three-year old fillies or entire colts (meaning no geldings), 1m6f132yd, at Doncaster on September 10.

Fortunately, rain has started across England and the ground has started to soften at Doncaster.


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