Royal Ascot: King George V Stakes

The King George V Stakes is a flat handicap open to three-year-old horses over 1 mile 3 furlongs and 211 yards, and is run on the third day of the Royal meeting. The first running of the race was in July 1946, but not at the Royal meeting, although that race was for 3-year-olds over 1 1/2 miles and was won by Auralia ridden by Doug Smith.
Early history:- The inaugural running of the King George V Stakes Handicap was on Friday 19th July 1946, so not at the Royal meeting, and was won by Auralia, a grey colt by The Satrap out of Aura, who beat Live Letters and Bridle Path by 3/4 length and 1 1/2 lengths.

King George V Stakes 1964 Handicap 1 1/2 miles
Pos. Horse Jockey Trainer Owner
The King George V Handicap Stakes was not staged this year due to a waterlogged course. Over round N/A
King George V Stakes Handicap 1 mile 3 furlongs 211 yds 1946
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