The 2017 King George is now just around the corner and we have a stellar field engaged for the Kempton race. Defending champion Thistlecrack is on target for the defence of his crown and he is looking for a famous second win.King George VI Chase Runners 2017
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In the weekend we have one of the most anticipated races of the whole summer as the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes will be undergoing at Ascot in what promises to be a great day of horse racing. The King George is widely considered to be the most important all age middle distance race of the whole flat season in the UK and it is not surprising to see that we have a very strong field of runners that will make their way to the Berkshire track hoping to land success in this Group 1 affair. In the recent years there have been some fantastic winners of this race and a number of top trainers will be lining up for glory.
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The favourites at the moment is the exciting Telescope who will represent Sit Michael Stoute who has won this race 6 times in his career. Recently he had won with the likes of Harbinger and Conduit and he looks to have another perfect match this weekend. Telescope was last seen delivering a fantastic performance over the King George course and distance at the Royal Meeting when won the Hardwicke Stakes in style. He is available at 9/4 with bet365 unless you take advantages of the special offers in this page.
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Second in the market we habe Taghrooda who will represent John Gosden. She has already proven to be one of the stars of this season but on Saturday this will be a very challenging race. She was impressive at Epsom by winning the Oaks and considering her talents she can potentially record another success here. History is against her though as the only horse that managed to win the Oaks and the King George in the same season was Pawneese back in 1976.
If you are looking for an outsider why not considering Mukhadram who is available at 12/1 and looks a nice each-way bet. He did fantastically well by winning the Coral Eclipse last time out and is a horse that rarely disappoint when on form. Connections are convinced that the two extra furlongs will not have an impact on his performance and at this price is worth an each-way shot.
Tip – Telescope at 9/1 with Betfair or at 5/1 with Betfred (New Customers)
The King George V Stakes is another handicap, this is only open to 3yo's and is run over 1 mile & 4 furlongs
I have looked at 6 trends in the hope that they can get rid of a few horses and make my choice easier to find the winner
All of the last 10 winners carried 9-03 or lessOfficial Rating
All of the last 10 winners were rated 95 or lowerRecent Runs
9 of the last 10 winners finished in the first 3 in 1 of their last 2 starts
All of the last 10 winners had their last run in May or June
9 of the last 10 winners had 2 or 3 runs that year
7 of the last 10 winners won that yearWhat we are looking for
Carries 9-03 or less
Rated 95 or lower
First 3 in 1 of last 2 starts
Last ran in May or June
2-3 runs that yearQualifiers
I love NH racing, especially the big handicap chases, not too keen on the flat (turf) and rarely bet on the AW. I love doing Trends for the bigger races in both flat and NH
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When: Saturday 29 July, 2017
The Horse betting action will be at a all time high, when horse racing fans get four Class 1 races over the two days including three on Saturday 29 July, 2017. The main event of the festival is the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, is considered Europe’s premier midseason middle-distance championship race for horses of both sexes and all ages.
The Group One King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes goes to post at 3.35pm as the fourth race of the afternoon.
Launched in 1952 as a tribute to Her Majesty The Queen’s parents, is one of the most anticipated summer events at Ascot. Open to three-years-old and up, as they challange their elders on 1 ½ miles (2,414 metres) at the Ascot race track in Ascot, England, to take home a first prize of over £652.000.
It has been won in the past by numerous Royal Ascot winners, Epsom Derby winners, Prix De L’Arc de Triomphe winners, and is one of the most anticipated races of the year.Ascot - King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Without doubt the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes is the most prestigious Open age Group One race in the UK. As open age suggests it is open to any thoroughbred aged two and over and usually attracts the very best 3, 4 and 5 year olds in racing, as its fantastic roll of honour will testify.
The weekend combines world-class Flat racing with summer style and modern fashions, in a quintessential English garden party setting.Horse Betting Strategy and Tips Section
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The 3.35 at Goodwood on Friday is the £312,000 Group 2 King George Stakes over five furlongs.Battaash chasing hat-trick in King George
The ante-post favourite is Battaash, a three-year-old gelding trained by Charles Hills. He owes his position at the head of the market to a blistering win at Sandown last month. He made all the running to beat Mirza by three and a quarter lengths on good to firm ground. The heavy rain on Wednesday has changed the complexion of the race. Battaash has been beaten on both previous starts in the soft, although he has improved dramatically this season.
Profitable has good form in the soft and races in the colours of Godolphin for Clive Cox. He chased home the brilliant Lady Aurelia at Royal Ascot and there is nothing of that calibre in this field. Profitable had previously been beaten by Signs Of Blessing in very soft ground at Deauville. That winner is top class in testing conditions so Profitable has obvious claims in the King George.
Stable companion Priceless won on firm ground at Haydock in May. The filly was never a factor at Royal Ascot and is less likely to be suited by conditions. She has won on good to soft but that was a weak Haydock maiden back in 2015.Marsha bids to bounce back in King George
Sir Mark Prescott’s Marsha was surprisingly beaten by Caspian Prince in a Group 2 at the Curragh last month. She had been third to Lady Aurelia at Ascot but has never raced on soft ground. Marsha would be difficult to beat if producing the form she showed in France last year. She beat Washington D C in the Group 1 Prix de L’Abbaye on good ground.
Washington D C has been disappointing since but will race in blinkers for the first time here. Aidan O’Brien’s colt was only a neck behind Marsha at Newmarket in May but was well beaten at Ascot. The change in ground could bring about some improvement and Ryan Moore takes the ride.
Glass Office caught the eye on his return from an absence of almost two years. He finished strongly in fourth behind Eqtiraan at Salisbury in June on good to firm ground. That was over six furlongs and the shorter trip on testing ground may not be ideal but he is over-priced at 40-1.Goodwood Betting Tips 04/08/2017
Profitable @5.0 Ladbrokes
Glass Office @41.0 Ladbrokes
Each-way 1/5 odds, 1,2,3
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