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What a treat we’ve got in store as a small-but-slick field of six runners tackle the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes later today.
It’s a battle of the generations at Ascot as Epsom Derby hero Adayar leads the battle against older stars including the incredible Love and Saudi Cup hero Mishriff.
Scroll down to find all the information including racecard, live streaming and TV details for the 2021 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
King George Racecard
The King George is the feature on the seven-race card at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday July 24.
The six runners and riders go to post at 3.35pm and the British Champions Series race is one of three Class 1s on the day.
If you want to run the rule over Ascot’s card in full then why not head over to our snazzy Racecards page for full details of all the renewals.
You can also swot up on the race by checking out Paddy’s ultimate runner-by-runner guide to the King George.
King George Live Stream
It’s just as easy on mobile. Download the Paddy Power app and then sign up or log in.
Here at Paddy Power we’ve been showing racing from both sides of the Irish Sea completely free and live since last June.
Our live streaming service has you covered with stats, pace analysis and a Paddock View option to give you the best possible racing experience from your own home.
King George TV Coverage
The King George is one of seven races to be shown live on ITV as part of ITV Racing’s coverage from Ascot and York today.
Ed Chamberlin and co will be on air from 1.25pm until 4pm with ace analysis, interviews and all the latest news.
Paddy Power has been sponsoring all of ITV Racing’s excellent live coverage since January 1. That’s every televised meet throughout 2021 as well as on-demand and catch up services, licensing rights, the ITV Racing app and the ITV7 competition as well. The mega-deal covers almost 100 days of racing every year for you to enjoy on the telly box.
Viewers in Ireland can catch the coverage on Virgin Media One from 1.25pm.
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