See More Business, one of the rising stars in British jumping ranks, has his final prep race for the coveted King George VI Chase when lining up for today's important Rehearsal Chase at Chepstow. He should win comfortably. With the Flat season over - only all-weather fixtures remain for the Flat - the focus is on National Hunt racing. It never ceases to be a source of amazement, the number of horses coming through the ranks. Only last week, the grey Teeton Mill recorded an thrilling win in the Hennessy Gold Cup and is now being touted as a likely Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup horse. But See More Business, who runs today, is the early favourite to record a second triumph in the Pertemps King George VI Chase at Kempton Park on Boxing Day. The feature race has attracted 24 entries. The eight-year-old, who defeated Challenger du Luc in last year's running, will bid to put his name alongside those of Desert Orchid (successful four times), Wayward Lad (three), as well as Silver Buck (two), Captain Christy (two), Pendil (two) and One Man (two), as a multiple 'King George' winner. 'It will be the same programme as last year,' trainer Paul Nicholls said. 'He ran at Haydock, then he went to Chepstow. Then on to Kempton, which it will be again as long as everything is all right.' Bookmakers Sunderlands released a market on the King George, with See More Business at the top of their list, at 3-1, with Escartefigue at 4-1, while Cyfor Malta and Teeton Mill both get a quote of 5-1. But with uncertainty surrounding the plans of so many mentioned in the betting, there is very little value to be found about the better-known contenders. It is a very fragile market. Challenger du Luc features among a six-strong 'King George' entry from Martin Pipe - still to win the race - that also includes Cyborgo, Cyfor Malta, Eudipe, Indian Tracker and Or Royal. Venetia Williams will look at the list of five-day entries for the Betterware Cup at Ascot on December 19 before making a decision as to Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup winner Teeton Mill's next target. The King George, Betterware and Coral Welsh National at Chepstow on December 28 are all options, with the Chepstow race the least likely. Ian Williams is the latest trainer to be signed up by leading National Hunt owner Robert Ogden. Worcestershire-based Williams has already sent out 15 winners this season and is set to receive four Ogden-owned horses in the next few days. Ogden's racing manager Barry Simpson said: 'From a geographical point of view we needed a trainer such as Ian Williams to complement our other trainers who have yards in the North and South. 'Ian has plenty of experience, having worked for the likes of Martin Pipe, Francois Doumen and Jenny Pitman, and we will be sending him four horses including Military Academy, who was formerly trained by Gordon Richards,' added Simpson.