Market Movers: Hope for Cape
Michael Shinners with today's market movers from the Sky Bet trading room.
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A bloodless victory on his chasing debut last month means he carried a weight penalty here but Nicky Henderson's charge looks like going off a very skinny price judged on the morning trade.
Steps into a handicap for the first time over hurdles and although burdened with top weight he must be taken seriously representing a shrewd operation.
Has a recent hurdles victory to his name and returns to Flat action off a lowly handicap mark.
Hasn't been disgraced in recent starts and the assessor continues to offer his help.
David Brown knows the time of day with juveniles and this Qatar Bloodstock-owned War Front filly is a major mover ahead of her racecourse debut.
The old boy hinted at a return to form when fifth at Newcastle and, given he's still rated 160 over hurdles, a Flat mark of 73 looks manageable, to say the least.
TRADER TIP - Holy Angel (9.10 Pontefract)
Has come down to a workable mark now and was travelling very well last time in a stronger race when getting no sort of run trying to get a gap up the rail. He finished with running left there and, with a stiff five furlongs on better ground today, can gain compensation dropped back in to a 0-75.