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2022 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Odds - Westover leads Emily Upjohn in Ascot market

20 Jul 2022
Jon Vine 20 Jul 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes
  • This Group One will be run at Ascot on Saturday 23rd July
  • Westover leads Emily Upjohn in the Ascot betting
  • Mishriff, Torquator Tasso, Broom and Pyledriver also feature in the market
Colin Keane riding Westover win The Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby at Curragh. (Getty)

At the end of July, one of the biggest races of the season takes place at Ascot, as many of the world's best racehorses clash in the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes. This historic Group One, which was first run back in 1951, has been won by legends like Nijinsky, Mill Reef, Dahlia, Shergar, Galileo and the only three-time winner, Enable.

Let's take a look through the latest King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes betting and run through the headline entries.

2022 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Odds

Emily Upjohn5/2
Torquator Tasso7/1

*Odds taken on 19/7/22*

2022 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Entries

Westover2022 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes FavouriteGET 5/4 HERE
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Last year, Adayar became the first Derby winner since the great Galileo to follow up in the King George. Desert Crown jumped to the head of the Ascot betting after his runaway Classic success at Epsom. However, news broke this week that Sir Michael Stoute's star had met with a slight set-back and he won't take his chance in Ascot's main event.

The new favourite is Westover, who stayed on after hitting traffic problems to finish third in the Epsom Derby. Ralph Beckett's star then bolted up in the Irish version of the Derby at the Curragh, and William Hill now make Westover their 5/4 favourite.

Emily Upjohn had been due to carry a very short price into the Irish Oaks on Saturday. Yet, travel complications forced John Gosden's filly to remain in Britain and the team have now set their sights on a tilt at the King George.

Mishriff could step back up in trip, after a luckless second behind Vadeni in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown. Last year's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe hero, Torquator Tasso will make the journey over from Germany to take part in this historic race.

William Muir's stable star, Pyledriver and the impressive winner of the Hardwicke Stakes at Ascot last month, Broome completes the small, select field.

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