Lah Ti Dar is the 15/8 favourite after the final field was declared for Saturday’s William Hill St Leger at Doncaster.
John Gosden’s filly is the new market leader with Aidan O’Brien’s Kew Gardens now a 2/1 shot.
O’Brien has also declared Nelson, Southern France, The Pentagon and Zabriskie while Charlie Appleby runs Great Voltigeur winner Old Persian and Loxley.
Mark Johnston’s Dee Ex Bee, Richard Hannon’s Raymond Tusk, Tom Dascombe’s Proschema and Andrew Balding’s filly Maid Up complete the field of 12.
Latest William Hill St Leger betting from the sponsors: 15/8 Lah Ti Dar, 2/1 Kew Gardens, 7/1 Old Persian, 11/1 Dee Ex Bee, Loxley, 14/1 Southern France, 18/1 Raymond Tusk, 25/1 The Pentagon, Maid Up, 50/1 Nelson, 66/1 Proschema, 100/1 Zabriskie.
The going for the second day of the William Hill St Leger Festival is as follows:
Good, Good to Soft In Places (GoingStick reading of 7.0 at 6:30 on Thursday).
Stalls: Straight course: centre; Round course: 1m2f outside, 1m6f inside.
Weather: Dry overnight forecast to remain dry.
1:50 The British Stallion Studs EBF 'Carrie Red' Fillies' Nursery Handicap Stakes
Porcelain Girl (IRE) - Going
Today’s early market movers from William Hill:
Lady Cosette 3/1 from 4/1
Stay Classy 12/1 to 13/2
Dubai Beauty 7/4 from 3/1
Pilaster 7/4 to 5/4
The Irish Rover 15/2 to 9/2
Rathbone 14/1 to 9/1
Petrus 14/1 to 7/1