Horse Racing By Jon Ivan-Duke

William Hill Non-runner, Money-back after Six Day Declarations

William Hill are now non-runner, money-back on the William Hill King George VI Chase after the six-day declarations, with a top quality field of 10 horses set to line-up.


“Now that we know the likely runners, traditionally this is where the market really starts to heat up. Currently Silviniaco Conti is attracting the most support, while at bigger odds Dynaste appears to be the each-way choice for punters,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.


Silviniaco Conti is the biggest liability in the antepost book and heads the betting at 9-4, while Champagne Fever, who is the second worst result in the race for bookmakers William Hill, is next in the market at 10-3.


Al Ferof has shortened slightly this week from 7-1 to 6-1, while Dynaste is a real mover in the market from 11-1 just seven days ago and now trading at 8-1.



William Hill King George VI Chase: 9-4 Silviniaco Conti, 10-3 Champagne Fever, 6-1 Al Ferof, 8-1 Dynaste, Menorah, 10-1 Cue Card, 25-1 Johns Spirit, Wishfull Thinking, 50-1 Double Ross, Wonderful Charm, (EW ¼ Odds Places 1,2,3 – NRMB)


To Win 2014 William Hill King George VI Chase & 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup: 12-1 Silviniaco Conti, 18-1 Champagne Fever, 66-1 Al Ferof, Cue Card, Menorah, 80-1 Dynaste, 250-1 Johns Spirit, (Win Only)