Signal points to Guineas
The Wow Signal has been cut to 16/1 for the 2015 QIPCO 2000 Guineas after winning in France on Sunday.
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John Quinn's juvenile had progressed from a nine-length maiden romp to winning the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot in June and took the step up to Group One company in his stride with victory in the Prix Morny at Deauville.
A top price 25/1 chance for the Guineas before the contest, The Wow Signal is now as low as 12/1 but Stan James, totesport and Betfred are all four points longer.
He was not the only mover in the market for the Newmarket Classic with Gleneagles also completing a hat-trick in the Group Two Futurity Stakes at the Curragh.
Sent off at 8/13, Joseph O'Brien was always travelling comfortably aboard the Galileo colt and got a beautiful gap up the rail through which the pair quickened impressively to win going away.
Some firms left the two-year-old unchanged at 25/1 but he is as low as 16s in places for a race in which Ivawood remains the 8/1 market leader.
There was a similar reaction to the performance in the Epsom Derby market for which Gleneagles remains unchanged at 25/1 generally but he was cut to 14/1 by Racebets.
At Yarmouth, Prince's Trust landed a morning gamble on debut for William Haggas and has been slashed across the boards for the Cambridgeshire.
Previously available at 33/1 for the autumn handicap, the son of Invincible Spirit is now 12/1 and 14/1 across the boards following his impressive success.
He was not the only mover in the prestigious contest with Hall Of Mirrors cut to 12s from 25s by Stan James after winning at the Curragh but they were alone in making that move.
BetVictor also acted independently of other firms in cutting GM Hopkins to 14/1 from 20s. John Gosden's colt hasn't raced since April but does hold two entries for later this week.