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King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes Key Betting Trends
Considered to be one of racing’s most prestigious open-aged flat events, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes was first run in 1951 and became part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge series in 2011. At one time, the one-mile-and-three-furlong event was Britain’s second richest horse race after the Derby, with the 1975 renewal considered Britain’s ‘race of the century’ as Bustino and Grundy battled it out before Derby-winner Grundy prevailed – it was 35 years before the winning time was bettered.
The last six runnings of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes have been won by four favourites and two second favourites, so don’t expect to find a long odds winner in a race that is packed with quality entrants. The last 12 winners had at least one Group One success to their name and all 12 had at least one win over 12 furlongs.
Tips & Live Streaming
All help on the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes should be gratefully accepted so check out the experts on sites like Racing Post and Sporting Life for tips and in-depth analysis on the race.
The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes and the other big races from Ascot will be live on ITV, with extensive coverage of all the Ascot card on Sky Sports Racing.