The King George Stakes is a Group 2 flat race that allows horses that are at least three years old to enter. It is run over five furlongs and is part of the Glorious Goodwood festival of racing at the end of July and early August. This race was first run in 1911 and there is a handicap system in place.
The prize purse is £300,000, with the winner getting almost £177,000. The name of the race is a commemoration for King George V. Battaash is the most successful horse in the history of this race, winning in three consecutive years from 2017 to 2019.
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