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Michael Shinners with news of the market movers and price boosts on a busy morning for the Sky Bet racing trading room.
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Met trouble on latest run in York and punters clearly prepared to forgive that run; stable hitting form too.
Big winner for the stable at Haydock on Saturday and headgear evidently expected to help this one.
Shown little in a couple of starts this season, but well-treated on previous best runs.
Attracted a bit of cash previously, but hasn't sparkled yet. Horse is owned by syndicate of stable staff at his yard.
Yard not well known for first-time-out two-year-old winners, but market speaking in her favour.
Stamina unproven for this kind of marathon trip, but undoubtedly has a touch of class on his day.
Good seventh in the Lincoln first time out this season (form working out well) and not without claims here.
Venetia Williams doesn’t send many up to Cartmel (one winner from just two runners since 2009) from her Herefordshire base and Pentiffic looks a most interesting runner for her in the fairly valuable staying handicap on the card.
His recent third to Universal Soldier at Cheltenham was undoubtedly a step in the right direction and it also proved that he has the stamina for these extreme tests. A mark of 123 looks on the lenient side judged on his old form and, with Aidan Coleman taking over from an amateur, a bold showing is expected this afternoon.