King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Betting

Without doubt the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes is the most prestigious Open age Group One race in the UK, which is raced over 1 ½ miles at Ascot each July. 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.

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Nijinsky, Mill Reef, Brigadier Gerard, Dahlia and Grundy were all winners of the race in the 70s, while in the 80s horses of the caliber of Shergar, Dancing Brave and Reference Point were Kings. In more recent times, Hurricane Run, Dylan Thomas graced the winners enclosure while last year it was the Sir Michael Stoute, St Leger winner, Conduit who took the honours.

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The most successful trainers in the race’s history have been Dick Hern and Saeed bin Suroor with five winners each, while the most successful jockey was the great Lester Piggott with 7 wins.

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King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2018 Odds

2018 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Racecard

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2017 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Result

Recent King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Recent Winners

Year Winner Jockey Trainer
2017 Enable F Dettori J Gosden
2016 Highland Reel R Moore A O'Brien
2015 Postponed A Atzeni L Cumani
2014 Taghrooda P Hanagan J Gosden
2013 Novellist J Murtagh A Wohler
2012 Danedream A Starke P Schiergen
2011 Nathaniel William Buick John Gosden
2010 Harbinger Olivier Peslier Sir Michael Stoute
2009 Conduit Ryan Moore Sir Michael Stoute
2008 Duke Of Marmalade Johnny Murtagh Aidan O’Brien
2007 Dylan Thomas Johnny Murtagh Aidan O'Brien
2006 Hurricane Run Christophe Soumillon Ande Fabre
2005 Azamour Mick Kinane John Oxx
2004 Doyen Frankie Dettori Saeed Bin Suroor
2003 Alamshar Johnny Murtagh John Oxx
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