P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/13   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 1/6  Richard Dunwoody, who takes the ride on King George favourite One Man, has kindly given Ceefax Racing his thoughts on the feature race on Boxing Day. Dunwoody begins his preview with a look at the chance of One Man at Kempton: "I am very much looking forward to the ride, he is the favourite, and on what he has done this season he certainly deserves to be. "I was very impressed with him at Haydock, he gave Mark Dwyer a superb ride. He went in close and fiddled, and he stood off, especially when he stood well off the wings at the second last."  Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide
P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/23   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 2/6  Richard Dunwoody is confident that his mount One Man can follow in the footsteps of another popular grey at Kempton in the King George. "One Man is only seven-years-old, and has plenty more improvement in him. We would all certainly like to hope he can go some way to emulating Desert Orchid. "I haven't actually sat on him yet, but I've been through the tapes, and I finished second to him when I rode Lord Relic in the Hennessy last year. "He travelled well, and handled himself well in a tough, competitive race." Football 302 General 320 Cricket 340 Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide
P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/53   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 3/6  King George favourite One Man's jockey Richard Dunwoody continues his preview of the Kempton showpiece with a look at some of the grey's biggest rivals: "Barton Bank should have won last year, Adrian wanted him to lengthen and he put in short - but he has always had problems with his jumping. "I rode him a few times as a novice and I actually fell on him at this meeting three out in the Feltham, when he certainly would have won. "Ginny Leng has done a lot of work on him and he went in long and fiddled at Wetherby - maybe she's done the trick."  Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide
P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/23   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 4/6  One Man's pilot Richard Dunwoody continues his look at the field for the King George VI Chase at Kempton: "I've ridden Merry Gale in both of his runs this year. He came second to Klairon Davis over an inadequate two miles at Tipperary, before winning at Punchestown when Klairon Davis fell. "Jim Dreaper says he will come on for that run and he has got to be respected on his Liverpool form. "Dublin Flyer is stepping up in class, but he is a top-class handicapper. Brendan Powell thinks he might be better going left-handed."  Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide
P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:53/13   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 5/6  Richard Dunwoody looks at the outsiders who might pop up to threaten One Man's chances in the King George at Kempton: "I beat Brief Gale on Unguided Missile at Ayr last year when Cheltenham had left its mark on her. Previously she had been very good when beating Harcon and Banfo and she is a decent mare. "She has shown her aptitude for Kempton before and I'm sure Josh Gifford would not run her if she wasn't spot on. "I hear that Book of Music has popped well at home. Again, I am sure Kim Bailey wouldn't run him unless he was straight enough to do himself justice."  Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide
P384 CEEFAX 384 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/23   RICHARD DUNWOODY:  KING GEORGE PREVIEW 6/6  Richard Dunwoody completes his preview with the rest of the King George field: "Anything Francois Doumen runs here has to be respected, and Val d'Alene and Algan have both run well round this course. Algan was lucky last year and possibly Val d'Alene might be better. "Coulton was very impressive at Wincanton and would have been a good third at Huntingdon behind Travado in a race which also impressed me. The three miles won't inconvenience him. "However he might find a couple too good, as should the tough Egypt Mill Prince and Monsieur Le Cure."  Courses Adv.Going Nicholson A-Z Guide