LONDON, December 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
easyodds.com has put together a unique King George VI Chase Q&A with three of the greatest National Hunt racing personalities of all-time.
Michael Dickinson, Richard Dunwoody and Paul Nicholls have 16 King George VI Chase winners between them and spoke to easyodds.com about their Kempton Park tips, favourite memories of the race and their Christmas dinner plans!
Can you guess which of the legends is opposing both Long Run AND Kauto Star in this year's renewal (see the latest King George betting), and who thinks the new whip rules are 'ridiculous in the extreme'?
Three-time Racing Post NAPS champion Paul Jacobs, who hosted the interviews, said: "This is a unique insight into who I would call the 'Three Kings of Kempton Park'. I couldn't believe my ears when one of them said they would have been a taxi driver if they hadn't made it in racing!"
Don't forget that easyodds.com has a comprehensive King George betting and tipping service for this year's renewal. This includes all of the best odds on every horse running at Kempton Park on Monday 26th December, the fastest results service on the net, and expert selections from Paul Jacobs and Angus Loughran.
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