Yeats still in Irish St Leger

Yeats still in Irish St Leger

Legendary stayer Yeats remains in the hunt to land a second Irish Field St Leger at the Curragh on Saturday.

A four-time winner of the Ascot Gold Cup, Yeats took the Curragh Classic back in 2007 with a narrow defeat of Scorpion.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien has three other entries – Moon Indigo and the English St Leger candidates Changingoftheguard and Age Of Aquarius.

Godolphin’s back-to-form Schiaparelli and Profound Beauty, Dermot Weld’s big hope for the Melbourne Cup, are others among the 14-strong entry.

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