Kieren Fallon will partner the Nigel Tinkler-trained Kilbaha Lady Once he returns to the saddle to the Mondialiste Leger Legends race.
The six-time champion jockey retired after a career littered with victories, although success in the St Leger did elude him – twice narrowly missing out with fillies Ramruma and Quiff.
Fallon is now a normal face on British courses once more, together with his son Cieren now leading the race to its apprentice jockeys championship, along with also the 54-year-old is one of those star names taking part on Wednesday in what’s come to be an annual event on Town Moor.
Noel Fehily rides Hammer Gun for coach Derek Shaw. Fehily retired after a stellar career where he rode more than 1,000 National Hunt winners – such as in Champion Hurdle and also the King George VI Chase.
Grand National-winning jockey Timmy Murphy is on board John Quinn’s Ascot Week, Gold Cup hero Andrew Thornton is reserved to ride Valley Of Fire out of the yard and jockey of Les Eyre turned award-winning Luke Harvey partners Richard Fahey’s Windsor Cross.
Fahey saddles two runners, with Sammy Jo Bell on board Dubai Acclaim for her former boss.
Ollie Pears rides and trains Placebo Effect, although Brian Harding – winner of the race two years ago – is about Tim Easterby’s The Way.
The area of 16 runners can be performed 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) and Flying Dragon (Adrian Nicholls).
The son Cieren of fallon is in activity in the future the card, with two booked rides on Roundhay and Asoof Park.
The most valuable race on the opening day of the William Hill St Leger Festival is your #40,000 DC Training And Development Services Scarbrough Stakes.
This five-furlong competition has attracted seven sprinters, with the field led by John Quinn’s El Astronaute.
Although the Queens Gift of John Quinn completed three locations when runner-up from the Beverley Bullet his dangers on ratings are Clive Cox’s and the Charlie Hills-trained Equilateral Tis Marvellous.
Scott Dixon Shot, the David Griffiths-trained Duke Of Firenze along with Archer’s Fantasy from the lawn of James Fanshawe would be the hopefuls.