King George VI Chase 2018
The King George VI Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt horse race for four-year-old and above horses. It is run over a distance of 3 miles at Kempton Park Racecourse each year on Boxing Day and is one of the highlights of the season.
A potentially classic renewal of the King George this year with Might Bite aiming to defend the crown he in such brilliant style last year but it won;t be easy against some up and coming contenders.
We already know that the hugely talented Might Bite will be one of the King George Chase Runners, and he looks likely to start as the hot favourite in the King George Chase Odds following a stellar couple of years.
King George Chase Odds 2018
For many it is a race that really challenges the very best and is probably second to the Cheltenham Gold Cup in terms of prestige.
Fox Norton was 2nd in the Queen Mother Champion Chase last season, and was last seen finishing 2nd in the Tingle Creek, which means he is a major player today. Another runner to consider is Whisper who was last seen finishing 2nd in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury and is likely to run well.
2018 King George Betting
Our King George Chase form guide should be studied before making any firm conclusions of which horse shall win. Also look over our King George Tips page and see what you think of our assessment of the facts, figures and likely winner, you may not agree but thats the beauty of racing. We have also included, via this site, an outstanding King George VI Free Bets offer from all of the major online bookies for you to take your pick from.
Whatever the outcome, the race will undoubtedly be the highlight of the Boxing Day racing cards and all eyes will be glued to Kempton Park to see the outcome.
King George VI Chase Runners 2018
There is always a decent sized field for Kempton each Boxing Day and we are expecting 2018 to be no different, Might Bite will head the field for Nicky Henderson and Seven Barrows. Other potential King George VI Chase Runners include Whisper and the grey Disko who could make the trip over from Ireland for Noel Meade.