Kieren Fallon rides Kilbaha Lady in Leger Legends race

Kieren Fallon will Associate the Nigel Tinkler-trained Kilbaha Lady when he returns to the saddle to Its Mondialiste Leger Legends race in Doncaster.

The champion jockey retired after a career littered with big-race successes, though achievement in the St Leger did elude him from 2016 – twice narrowly missing with jeweled fillies Ramruma and Quiff.
Fallon is currently a regular face on British classes once more, with his son Cieren currently leading the race for its apprentice jockeys championship, along with also the 54-year-old is among those star names taking part on Wednesday in what has become an yearly occasion on Town Moor.
Noel Fehily rides Hammer Gun for trainer Derek Shaw. Fehily retired in March after a stellar career where he rode over 1,000 National Hunt champions – such as in Champion Hurdle and the King George VI Chase.
Grand National-winning jockey Timmy Murphy is really on board John Quinn’s Ascot Week, Gold Cup enthusiast Andrew Thornton is reserved to ride Valley Of Fire from Les Eyre’s lawn and jockey turned award-winning Luke Harvey partners Richard Fahey’s Windsor Cross.
Two Trainers are saddled by fahey, with Sammy Jo Bell on-board Dubai Acclaim for the former supervisor.
Ollie Pears rides and trains Placebo Effect, although Brian Harding – winner of the race two decades ago – is on Tim Easterby’s The Way.
The field of 16 runners is completed by Destroyer (Colin Bolger), Fantasy Walker (Jamie Mackay), Elusive Heights (Gary Bardwell), Kannapolis (Barry Keniry), Poet’s Pride (Charlie Poste), Sands Chorus (Victoria Smith), Whatwouldyouknow (Derek McGaffin) along with Flying Dragon (Adrian Nicholls).
Fallon’s son Cieren can also be in activity in the future the card, with two booked rides on Roundhay and Asoof Park.
The race on the day of the William Hill St Leger Festival is your 40,000 DC Training And Development Services Scarbrough Stakes.
Seven sprinters have been drawn by this competition, together with the field led by the El Astronaute of John Quinn.
His dangers on evaluations are the Charlie Hills-trained Equilateral and Clive Cox’s Tis Marvellous, although John Quinn’s Queens Gift finished three areas when runner-up from the Beverley Bullet.
Scott Dixon’s Dark Mirror, the David Griffiths-trained Duke Of Firenze and Archer’s Fantasy from James Fanshawe’s lawn would be the hopefuls.

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