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2020 King George VI Ante Post Betting PT 1

We had a tremendous iteration of the Cheltenham Festival unfold in 2021 and a number of key contenders have stamped their signature on the chasing division as a few more festival races are expected at Aintree and Punchestown in the coming weeks. 

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Attention is also turning to the longer term wagers as the next King George could see a number of extremely talented chasers looking to make a big impression on Boxing Day. In fact, taking a look at the ante post market, you’ll see that a number of big Cheltenham performances this year have turned into prominent positions within the wagering markets for the key prep for next year’s Gold Cup. 

Ryanair Chase winner Allaho is currently trading as the outright favourite to win the 2021 King George VI and he was one of the key feathers in the cap for the likes of Rachel Blackmore - who emerged as the top rider at this year’s festival. His dominant front-running tactics proved to be decisive and many will be eagerly awaiting what we might have in store next season. 

Right now, you’ll find him trading around a 10/1 listing for King George glory. 

Minella Indo delivered the Cheltenham Gold Cup at a solid price this time around and you can expect him to emerge as a better runner next year, seeing as though he’s only eight years old. He was able to get the better of some more accomplished horses and he looks likely to prove that this year’s race definitely wasn’t a fluke. He’s priced around 10/1 with a few books going slightly higher. 

Envoi Allen wasn’t able to get the victory that many had hoped for but he could definitely emerge as a key contender next season with a price hovering around a 12/1 margin with several top bookmakers.


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