Saturday 12th September 2020 St Leger Day at Doncaster Racecourse
Bringing the four-day festival to a dramatic climax, the St Leger Stakes attracts some of the leading stables across the country and boasts a glittering roll of honour, which is littered with some of the most acclaimed horses in history.
The County Enclosure at Doncaster Racecourse provides modern and comfortable facilities across three floors of the Lazarus Stand, and offers a host of bars and restaurants. However, there is much more to a County Enclosure Badge than access to the enclosure itself. Guests will also gain viewing access to the Saddling Boxes, Parade Ring and Winner's Enclosure, as well as entry to the Hallam FM Champagne Lawn, home to the The Old Weighing Room Restaurant and Champagne Bar. Smart attire is expected of all guests (including children) attending the County Enclosure. Gentleman must wear a collared shirt, whilst Jeans, Sportswear or Trainers are not permitted.
As well as the St Leger stakes, the Festival's showpiece day also features top-class races including the Group 2 Champagne Stakes and the fast and furious, ultra-competitive sprint - the Portland Handicap.
In addition to world-class racing, St Leger Day is an unbelievable social occasion featuring fashion, live entertainment, music and plenty of Pimms and Champagne in the sunshine.
Doncaster Racecourses Grandstand enclosure has a fantastic variety of bars and places to eat - all situated on the ground floor of the Lazarus Stand. The seated Food Court provides the perfect menu for food on the go. It should be noted that the enclosure is both spacious and modern, and includes an al-fresco seated terrace overlooking the course, Saddling Boxes, Parade Ring and Winner's Enclosure. Guests will also have direct access to the betting ring and plenty of uncrowded space outside when cheering on their punt. There is no dress code for this enclosure.