1.The St. Leger, won on Saturday in England by Kew Gardens, is the final classic race on the English calendar and is also the concluding race of England’s Triple Crown, preceded by the Two Thousand Guineas and the Derby. There have only been two Triple Crown winners in the last 83 years, Bahram in 1935 and Nijinsky II in 1970. However, the series is not completely obsolute, for as recently as 2012 a winner of the Guineas and Derby was allowed to try to complete the sweep. Can you name that dual-classic winner and recall his result in the St. Leger?
2.The ongoing Keeneland September Sale is a primary source of racing potential. Among the years in which September sale graduates accounted for six Eclipse Awards was 2007. Of that reason’s Eclipse winners which had come from the September the most expensive as a yearling was a filly which had sold for $1.9 million. Can you recall her and identify her signature victory?
3.The Iroquois Stakes, won on Saturday at Churchill Downs by Cairo Cat, in the last few years generates points toward eligibility to the Kentucky Derby. In 1983, At the Threshold finished third behind Taylor’s Special in the iroquois. Can you identify At the Threshold’s later connections to the Kentucky Derby?




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