Boxing Day Racing Free Bets

Free Bets: King George VI Chase Boxing Day 2021 Racing Offers

Race Track:
Kempton Racecourse
Kempton Racecourse, Staines Road East, Shepperton, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5AQ
Best Betting Odds:

The Boxing Day race is scheduled to take place on 26 December 2021 as part of the course’s Christmas Festival. Bookmakers set odds on Frodon and Bryony Frost to defend the crown and prepared free bets for horse betting customers.

Boxing Day Racing 2021 Free Bets and Betting Offers

  • Bet365: £50 free bets, promo code 365GMBLR
  • Betfred bonus: £40 free bets
  • William Hill: £30 in free bet, code H30
  • Unibet: £40 in Free Bet

Sponsors of the race, betting sites usually offer new customers £20 in free bets after betting their first £5, while Sky Bet typically offers £30 in free bets when you place your first £5 bet. Paddy Power usually offers on Boxing Day new customers a risk free first bet up to a value of £20 – your bet loses, they give you the cash back – and at William Hill typically get £30 worth of free bets after their first £10 bet.

King George VI Chase on Boxing Day Betting Odds 2021

Winning Horse/Jockeybet365 Odds
Clan des Obeaux11/4
Minella Indo11/4
Chantry House11/2
Asterion Forlonge11/2
Saint Calvados16
Tornado Flyer25
Mister Fisher40
Dashel Drasher66
King George VI Chase Betting Odds 2021 – subject to change.

According to the British online bookmakers, the most popular bet placed on King George VI Racing Chase on Boxing Day 2021 is Clan des Obeaux at odds – 31% of all bets placed in UK. The next possible winner is Minella Indo, odds 3/1.

Five of the last 12 favourites at Boxing Day Racing Chase have won, and 10 of the last 12 winners were in the top three in the betting. Course form is seemingly crucial with 11 of those 12 winners having had at least one previous run at Kempton, and eight of the 12 having at least one previous win at the course.

A real staple of the Christmas sporting calendar, the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day has been won by some giants of steeple chasing. Kauto Star has gone down in the record books with five wins, including four in a row, with Desert Orchid winning on four occasions and Wayward Lad claiming three. All Kauto Star’s wins were under jockey Ruby Walsh and trainer Paul Nicholls, with Nicholls clearly holding a fondness for the race guiding five horses to 12 wins.

Boxing Day Horse Racing: Free Tips & Lives Sreaming

Quality is king so check out sites offering free tips and advice like Juicestorm, Racing Post and Sporting Life.

There’s plenty of racing on offer on Boxing Day on terrestrial TV but special attention is given to King George VI with ITV showing the build-up and the race itself. Racing TV offers coverage of all the races at Kempton.