II Paradiso has become the topic of a ditch of stakes for the St Leger??because his quite promising run at the Ebor Festival at the Lonsdale Cup a week. He was 33/1 ahead of the race, using bookies cutting him 8/1 following his third place finish.
Rated a 20/1 opportunity for that race, before discovering enough the Aidan O’Brien trained three-year-old seemed to be running Stradivarius shut. There is not any shame in losing to the superstar stayer and punters think they have observed a St Leger winner.
The Lonsdale Cup is in the gambling for the race, running the 2 days Stayers’ Cup Million winner along with last year’s Derby runner up as soon as he did is very impressive. He is still unexposed in the St Leger trip and punters are chomping within 115 metres along with the 6f.
33/1 prior to the Lonsdale Cup, as soon as he crossed the line punters raced to get their money down on this son of Galileo. Bookies were fast to reduce the odds whenever they caught whiff of this cash. He’s now as short as 8/1 from the the bookmakers have no chances although it has not yet been verified whether he will run in Doncaster.
Punters will keep a close watch on what Aidan O’Brien decides to do with this gifted horse. Their fingers will be crossed he lines up and a powerful race ought to run for those punters who got on following the Lonsdale Cup on offer.