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2011 Irish St. Leger (G1)

9/10/2011, Curragh-IRE
Post Time:
3:50 PM ET
1 3/4 m (Turf)
3+ M
*Rank is current Power Ranking among all active horses, based on highest HRN rating. Rating is based on HRN member voting.
FinSilksHorse / SireRatingTrainer / JockeyLast Start / Next Start
1st Duncan
J. Gosden
E. Ahern
1st, 2011 Irish St. Leger (G1) View Video
1st Jukebox Jury
M. Johnston
J. Murtagh
20th, 2011 Melbourne Cup (G1) View Video
3rd Red Cadeaux
Cadeaux Genereux
E. Dunlop
T. McLaughlin
24th, 2015 Melbourne Cup (G1) View Video
4th Fame And Glory
A. O'Brien
J. Spencer
13th, 2012 Breeders Cup Marathon (G2) View Video
5th Waydownsouth
P. Flynn
D. Grant
11th, 2015 Handicap View Video
6th Fictional Account
V. Ward
F. Berry
9th, 2012 Lexus Stakes (G3) View Video
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Older Comments about the 2011 Irish St. Leger (G1)...

The G1 Irish St. Leger has been the best race of the day in Ireland or the UK. Jukebox Jury and Ducan hit the wire in a dead heat to split the G1 prize at the Curragh in Ireland!! Duncan share of 1st place gives trainer John Gosden win's in both the English and Irish St. Leger's today!! Short priced race favorite, Fame and Glory, was beaten for a second straight time. This time, finishing a very disappointing 4th. Which now leads me to wonder, with back to back lack luster efforts in the St. Leger Trial at Leopardstown, and the Irish St. Leger at the Curragh, if maybe that 2-1/2 mile Ascot Gold Cup win, brilliant though it was, might not have taken more out of Fame and Glory than we realize? I wonder if Coolmore might not now consider retiring Fame and Glory after today's effort? Let's just say that it won't surprise me if they do? JMO.
  • rossington · @medlocke, I think you may be right about F&G? The Ascot Gold Cup 2nd, Opinion Poll, has franked the form of that race by winning the Goodwood Cup, Lonsdale Cup, and finishing 2nd in yesterday's Doncaster Cup. That grueling 2-1/2 mile Gold Cup run may have really have taken more out of F&G than we knew? Couldn't believe he was beaten in his next start at Leopardstown in a listed stakes by Fictional Account, and he was really a non-factor in today's Irish St. Leger. Struggled to just to get home for 4th place. Can't say it will surprise me either if Ballydoyle announce F&G retirement? · 1537 days ago

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