Punters take Bow

  • Last Updated: May 5 2014, 12:01 BST

Michael Shinners with all today's market moves and price boosts from the Sky Bet trading room.

David Pipe: Kempton runner proving well backed
David Pipe: Kempton runner proving well backed

Market Moves:

1.55 Warwick - Glasgon 6/1 from 8/1

Showed little in three maidens last term but starts out in handicaps off lowly mark.

2.10 Ffos Las - Take A Bow 11/8 from 9/4

Disappointing on hurdling debut but been off since and ground very different today.

3.05 Warwick - Bashiba 12/1 from 16/1

Drops in trip and visor removed and plenty of each-way money around for him.

3.25 Kempton - My Flora 7/1 from 8/1

Undone by soft ground on her last start and this surface is much more suitable.

5.10 Kempton - Purple N Gold 13/2 from 15/2

David Pipe’s charge ran well at Ludlow last time and is a leading player on that form.

Price Boosts

Bath 3.10 - Norway Cross  - Can Norway Cross win for champion jockey Richard Hughes?

Beverley 3.15 - Grasped  - Can Grasped make it hat-trick and remain unbeaten?

Curragh 5.25 - Flying Jib  - Can Flying Jib make a winning reappearance for Dermot Weld?

Down Royal - 4.40 - Nearest The Pin  - Can Nearest The Pin get back to winning ways under Paul Carberry?

Ffos Lass 4.30 - Solstice Son  - Can the progressive Solstice Son continue his rapid improvement?

Kempton 2.15 - Saint Roque  - Can Saint Roque get off the mark over fences?

Warwick 4.15 - Bon Voyage  - Can Bon Voyage take this drop in class and break his maiden tag?

Windsor 4.10 - Trixie Malone  - Can Trixie Malone make it a hat-trick this afternoon at Windsor?

Traders Tip

4.45 Windsor – One Pekan

Roger Varian’s four-year-old was fancied to run well in some decent races after displaying some promising ability in his early races. He didn’t quite hit the heights that he could or maybe should have done last year but he’s not one to give up on just yet. Ryan Moore takes the ride on his first start after being gelded and, if that has the desired effect, he could just be better than his rivals today.