St Leger: Doncaster’s 9 postponed races on Saturday are scheduled for Sunday with the Classic

Racing on Saturday

All components in British racing on Saturday, September 10 have actually been terminated; the Cazoo St Leger at Doncaster transferred to Sunday as part of a nine-race card; all competing to return on Sunday, other than Musselburgh because of The Queen’s body lying in state in Scotland.

British racing on Saturday, September 10 has been cancelled as a recurring mark of regard adhering to the death of Her Majesty The Queen, with St Leger at Doncaster relocated to Sunday as part of a nine-race card.

All components in British racing will return on Sunday, with the exception of Musselburgh because of the Queen’s body lying in state in Scotland.

St Leger, Britain’s last Classic of the year, will include along with four various other Group Two components on Sunday, consisting of the Flying Childers and also the Doncaster Cup – relocated from Friday’s initial timetable.

In a statement on Friday, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) stated: “British racing stays in mourning today concerning the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

” As a continuous mark of respect it has been established that, alongside the termination of components on 8 and also 9 September, all racing will certainly likewise be terminated tomorrow, Saturday 10 September. Scheduled fixtures, as well as racing occasions, will return on Sunday 11 September.”

Julie Harrington, the BHA’s president, stated: “Her Majesty the Queen’s fondness as well as bond with British racing was enduring and also one-of-a-kind, and also a variety of our sporting activity’s individuals have a close, direct connection with her.

” It runs out regard for this, and in sympathy with her household consisting of King Charles III, that the sporting activity has taken the choice to continue our suspension of fixtures right into Saturday.

The return of racing on Sunday will certainly see the running of the Cazoo St Leger, one of Britain’s five Classic races as well as a race which the Queen won with her filly Dunfermline in 1977.

” This will additionally provide an opportunity for the sporting activity as well as its advocates to pay its areas to Her Majesty, for the contribution which she has made to the sporting activity to be noted, and for competing to share its deep gratitude to her and also compassion to her family members.”

All racecourses will remain to mark Her Majesty’s passing with homages on-course. Flags will fly at half-mast, jockeys will wear black armbands while riding in each race and a period of silence will certainly be observed before the opening race at each conference.

Doncaster’s nine races scheduled for Saturday were changed to Sunday

12.30 – Champagne Stakes (Group 2)

13.00 – Handicap Stakes

13.35 – Flying Childers Stakes (Group Two)

14.10 – Portland Handicap Stakes

14.45 – Doncaster Cup Stakes (Group Two)

15.20 – Park Stakes (Group 2)

15.55 – St Leger Stakes (Group One)

16.30 – Handicap Stakes

17.05 – Mallard Handicap Stakes

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