Sonofvic Odds of Winning Cheltenham Sunday at 5 to 6: New Year’s Day 2012 Horse Racing

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Alistair Prescott
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Sonofvic Odds of Winning Cheltenham

Sonofvic was the favorite at Cheltenham Sunday with 5/6 odds though he faces stiff competition from the likes of Solix and Invictus.

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Sonofvic was among the biggest bets coming into Sunday with odds of winning Cheltenham at 5 to 6.  Indeed, Sonofvic was getting greater than 60 percent of the betting action in this race.

Time Form noted:  “Point winner, and 2 from 2 over hurdles in 2010/11. Big comeback when second in Grade 2 novice chase at Newbury, making Grands Crus work harder than almost any other horse has this term. Top prospect.”

Sporting Life offered:  “Always looked a chaser in the making, and the former point-to-point winner ran a cracker on his chasing bow behind Grands Crus, only going down by two lengths. That form has since been advertised in the Feltham, however the drop in trip today may not be ideal. Looks potentially top-class though and a deserved favourite.”

Solix and Invictus both have opportunities to win out here with Invictus at 5/2 odds and getting around 27 percent of the betting action.   Solix was promising the best payout at 4/1.

Sporting Life noted about Solix:  “Far from fluent on his chasing bow (left with nothing to beat) but much better at this track last time, although again his main rival departed relatively early on. This a much stiffer examination, especially under a 7lb penalty, but has a touch of class about him and hard to see him out of the frame if his jumping holds up.”

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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