2021 Irish St Leger Odds - Twilight Payment tops Classic betting at the Curragh
- Latest odds and betting for the 2021 Irish St Leger
- This Classic takes place at the Curragh on day two of Irish Champions Weekend on Sunday 12th September
- Twilight Payment is Betfair's favourite
- Sir Lucan, Sonnyboyliston and Search For A Song could also run
Twilight Payment winning the Melbourne Cup. (Getty)
The second day of Irish Champions Weekend takes place at the Curragh, where the card is headlined by the Irish St Leger. Unlike the British version, older horses are free to fight against the three-year-olds in this Classic, and 22 stayers remained in the running after the seven-day declarations.
Let's take a look through the latest betting for this year's Irish St Leger and glance through the entries.
2021 Irish St Leger Odds
|Search For A Song||6/1|
|Master Of Reality||7/1|
*Odds taken on 8/9/21*
2021 Irish St Leger Entries
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Joseph O'Brien's Melbourne Cup hero, Twilight Payment currently tops the betting for this fabled Classic. O'Brien's eight-year-old won the St Leger Trial on his latest start, and will attempt to better the third-place finish he managed in last year's renewal.
Joseph also has Baron Samedi and Master Of Reality entered in Sunday's feature. His father, Aidan could be represented by three-year-old Sir Lucan and four-year-old Santiago. O'Brien the younger, Donnacha has Emperor Of The Sun entered up too.
Reigning and defending two-time champion, Search For A Song will attempt to win the Irish St Leger for a third time on Sunday. Sonnyboyliston was last seen winning the Ebor at York, and he'll try to hand Johnny Murtagh his first Classic victory as a trainer.
Dermot Weld could also be represented by Falcon Eight, while Jessica Harrington has thrown Barrington Court and Barbados into the mix. Two foreign raiders could also make an appearance on day two of Irish Champions Weekend, after Andreas Suborics' Rip Van Lips and Yann Barberot's Brokeback Mountain stood their ground on Tuesday.