King George VI Chase Odds 2013 - Silviniaco Conti Claims Famous Success!
The King George VI chase is one of the main races in the National Hunt racing calendar and is staged at the lovely Kempton racecourse over the Christmas holidays with the Cheltenham Gold Cup the aim for the majority of these runners.
The King George Chase is fought out by the leading national hunt chasers over the 3 miles and 1/2 a furlong miles of this flat track and is usually a very good guide to the Cheltenham Festival form.
There have been some fantastic horses who have won this great race a number of times including the great Desert Orchid and Kicking King while we have seen Kauto Star dominate the race in more recent times. The favourite for the race this year is Cue Card who looked in great form last month when winning the Betfair Chase and could be the one to beat for Colin Tizzard.
King George VI Chase 2013 Result
15:10 William Hill King George VI Chase (Grade 1)
1.Silviniaco Conti - N Fehily - P Nicholls - 7/2
2.Cue Card - J Tizzard - C Tizzard - 10/3JF
3.Al Ferof - D Jacob - P Nicholls - 5/1
Recent King George Winners
- 2012 - Long Run
- 2011 - Kauto Star
- 2010 - Long Run
- 2009 - Kauto Star
- 2008 - Kauto Star
- 2007 - Kauto Star
- 2006 - Kauto Star
- 2005 - Kicking King
- 2004 - Kicking King
- 2003 - Edredon Bleu
- 2002 - Best Mate
- 2001 - Florida Pearl
Cheltenham Festival Odds
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Cheltenham Festival - Betting Tips
Following on from last year, we are delighted to announce that we are featuring horse racing tips from Channel Four Racing presenter, Tom Lee.
Tom appears on Channel 4's Morning Line & covers live Racing in the afternoon as well fronting RTE's Racing coverage in Ireland, his Cheltenham Festival Tips and previews of each day's Racing will be available during the Festival and supported with opinions and views from our Racing writers.