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2020 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes Odds - Enable heads the betting as she bids for a third win

  • We run through the betting for the 2020 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes
  • Enable leads the way at 6/4 with William Hill
  • John Gosden's star bids to bounce back from her Coral-Eclipse defeat with a third win in this Group One
  • Magical and Japan could fly the flag for Ballydoyle
  • Sottsass and English King are also possible entrants
Enable Ascot
Enable has to work hard to get past Cyrstal Ocean in last year's King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes. (Getty)

We bring you the latest King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes Odds, with Enable currently the 6/4 favourite.

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Enable unbeaten run on British soil came to an end in the Coral-Eclipse two weeks ago. John Gosden's filly went into her reappearance as the strong favourite, but try as she might, Enable failed to reel in Ghaiyyath, who made all to win in convincing fashion.

John Gosden confessed it has been more difficult to get his star mare fit, coming into her six-year-old season, and was confident she would come on for the outing.

Enable won the King George as a three-year-old, and again in 2019, having missed the 2018 renewal through injury. The two-time Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner is the strong favourite to claim her third King George, with William Hill going as short as 6/4.

2020 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes Odds


Name
Best Odds
Top Bookie
Enable6/4William Hill
Ghaiyyath3/1Paddy Power
Magical5/1William Hill
Love11/2William Hill
Japan6/1bet365
Serpentine7/1William Hill
Stradivarius12/1Paddy Power
Sottsass12/1William Hill
Fanny Logan12/1bet365
English King16/1William Hill
Bar20/1

*Odds taken on 14/7/20*

Ghaiyyath sits second in the betting, but connections have already said the Juddmonte International Stakes at York will be his next target. Epsom Oaks winner Love also sits prominently in the market, despite Aidan O'Brien announcing his filly will next be seen in the Yorkshire Oaks.

O'Brien does have multiple Group One winner Magical in the mix, and she will be gunning for revenge, having finished behind Enable on five occasions during her illustrious career. Japan could also step up to 12 furlongs in the King George, having finished fourth and third over shorter trips at Royal Ascot and Sandown.

Serpentine has been handed an entry for the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes, but I'd be surprised if the surprise Derby winner was to be turned out again so quickly.

English King was the beaten favourite behind Serpentine at Epsom, but Ed Walker has handed his start an entry in the King George and he'd be gaining plenty of weight from his older rivals.

Stradivarius has been given the King George option, despite the Goodwood Cup coming just three days later.

It would be wonderful to see Arc-third and former French Derby winner, Sottsass make the trip over to England for the King George. Manuela De Vega is another possible entrant, but the weather forecast over the next two weeks is mainly dry and fairly warm, so I doubt either will get the soft ground they crave.

John Gosden has never been scared of pitching some of his other horses in with Enable, so Hardwicke Stakes winner, Fanny Logan could well take up her entry. Sir Dragonet and Anthony Van Dyck are other possible runners for Ballydoyle, with Defoe, Deirdre and Elarqam also entered to take part.

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes FAQs

When is the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

The 2020 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes will be run at Ascot on Saturday 25th July.

Will Enable run in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

Yes. Enable is due to run in the 2020 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, where she will attempt to become the first three-time winner.

Who won the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

Enable claimed her second victory in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 2019, edging out Crystal Ocean by a neck.

What is the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes is one of Britain's most prestigious flat races. Run over 1m 4f at Ascot in July, the race is open to horses of three-year-old and above, and offers over £1.4m in prize money.

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