Coral Solow Offer: Get Enhanced Odds of 6/1 on Solow in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, 17 October 2015
It’s Champions Day at Ascot and Coral have got a champion enhanced odds offer for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, with favourite Solow enhanced from odds of just 6/5 (with Coral of 888sport) to a massive 6/1!
With the ground on the sticky side there is every chance that second favourite Gleneagles will be withdraw, as he has so many times when the ground hasn’t been fast enough. That means the odds on Solow will tumble further but from previous similar offers, Coral should stick to their amazing enhanced 6/1, meaning a nice £30 profit for new Coral customers. If you’ve already got a Coral betting account, fear not, simply check out the other Ascot Champions Day betting offers and there’s sure to be something that appeals.
How Does the Solow Coral Offer Work?
It’s as easy as one, two, three, as with all the great Coral enhanced odds offers our readers have been snapping up.
- New Coral Players – to get the odds of 6/1 on Solow you can’t already have an online account with Coral
- Bet £5 on Solow – bet the maximum enhanced odds stake of £5 and when Solow wins you’ll have £35 in CASH (not free bets) in your account
- 400% Free Bet if Lose – if Solow gets beat you’ll get a £20 free bet – not bad from just a fiver!
It’s the risk/reward ratio of these Coral offers that makes them so good in our opinion. With just £5 at stake you’ll either get £35 in cash back or a £20 free bet and from just a fiver – a pint in some places these days! – that’s a very handy return.
Will Solow Win the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes?
A £20 free bet is a very nice consolation from Coral (review) if Solow doesn’t land the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes but £30 in cash would be a lot nicer. In all honesty, we think Coral have taken a big risk here, simply because we can’t see Solow’s main rival even taking to the post. The forecast for Ascot suggests that might not be any more rain but there’s plenty of dark cloud around so there could be and even if the rain stays away, the course won’t dry out much.
That means it should be good to soft at best, and that almost certainly means Aidan O’Brien’s impressive colt Gleneagles won’t give everyone what they want: a showdown with Solow. The likes of Kodi Bear and Territories are solid enough sorts but they won’t trouble Solow and as such we think the five-year-old is nailed on to make it eight wins in a row here in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
The grey gelding won the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot back in June and this course and distance winner can make it a wonderful Royal double here and land you a very nice 6/1 enhanced odds win.