Superstar stayer 5/2 to never be beaten after more world domination!
Big Buck's secured his place in racing history as one of the most successful horses of all time when he slammed in a FOURTH consecutive victory in the World Hurdle, on day three of the Cheltenham Festival - and bookmakers William Hill quote him at 5-2 to NEVER be beaten.
The Paul Nicholls-trained star staying-hurdler faced what appeared to be his biggest task to date with a class field of rivals, including Oscar Whisky and Thousand Stars, lining up - with late money coming for the Nicky Henderson challenger.
However, Big Buck's swept the field aside with consummate ease, equalling the record sequence for a jumper set by Sir Ken of 16 straight wins - with bookmakers William Hill quoting him at 7-4 to maintain his World Hurdle dominance next year.
Thursday's victory makes him the only defending champion of the Festival so far to retain his title, following the defeats of hot-favourites Hurricane Fly and Sizing Europe.
William Hill spokeswoman Lucy Rhodes said, "They come, they challenge, they relinquish. Every rival put in front of Big Buck's gets seen off with ease, and he is quite simply one of the best we will ever see. Arise Sir Big Buck's"
2013 World Hurdle: 7-4 Big Bucks, 16-1 Thousand Stars, 25-1 Monksland, Mount Benbulben, Sous Les Cieux, 33-1 Batonnier, Rocky Creek, Sea Of Thunder, Zaidpour
Big Buck's to end career unbeaten over hurdles: 5-2 (must run at least once)