Punters Looking forward to the King George Vi & Queen Elizabeth Stakes

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One of the next major UK horse racing events of the year is Royal Ascot, and bookies across the world have opened up their early and ante post betting markets on each of the many races that will be taking place throughout the several days of racing associated with that event.

In fact, plenty of novelty markets are also available, and some punters will be betting on the colour of the outfit they think that HM the Queen will be wearing each day too.

However, one of the most looked forward to races at Royal Ascot is the King George Vi And Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and this year, like all others, one horse is attracting a fair bit of support on the ante post betting markets that have gone live on that race.

That horse is Enable, and if you do fancy backing the favourite then by doing a little bit of shopping around today you should be easily able to secure odds of around the 5/2.

Those odds, however, do indicate that there isn’t a huge amount of confidence about the favourite and with plenty of other runners topping punters lists of the horses they think are going to win such as Crystal Ocean currently trading at odds of 4/1, and Sea of Class on offer at odds of around the 5/1 mark, it should be one of those horses that comes out on top and wins the race.

As most bookies and sportsbooks are offering each-way betting terms of one third of the win odds being paid out to three places, it could also be worth checking out Anthony Van Dyck, for that horse has a fair chance of filling one of the top three positions in that race and is currently trading at odds of 8/1.

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