Punters look to get into Credit

  • By: Michael Shinners
  • Last Updated: July 17 2014, 15:34 BST

Michael Shinners with the latest market movers, price boosts and a trader's tip from Sky Bet ahead of today's action.

Luca Cumani: Trains the well-supported Endless Credit
Luca Cumani: Trains the well-supported Endless Credit

Thursday's Market Movers:

2.35 Brighton - Jargon 5/2 from 7/2

Shaped like the experience was needed when well held on his Windsor debut.

4.35 Brighton - Picks Pinta 6/4 from 3/1

Very solid in the market as he takes a drop in class after recent Chester second.

2.15 Hamilton - Enlace 15/8 from 4/1

Money usually a telling sign with Mark Johnston's two-year-olds - this one has been really popular.

3.15 Hamilton - Incurs Four Faults 9/2 from 7/1

Excuses here last time (saddle slipped) and clearly expected to atone for that mishap.

4.15 Hamilton - Piton 100/30 from 7/1

Three-year-old gets plenty of weight from his elders and he's the pick of Joe Fanning.

4.45 Hamilton - Chloe's Dream 5/1 from 10/1

Seemingly out of sorts but didn't run too badly at Ayr last time out.

2.25 Leicester - Groor 6/4 from 2/1

Handicap newcomer who is clearly considered to be on a workable mark.

7.35 Doncaster - Smarty Socks 7/2 from 11/2

Vastly experienced campaigner who is competing off his lowest handicap mark for many a year.

8.40 Endless Credit 11/4 from 9/2

Luca Cumani stable in good form and this unexposed four-year-old is partnered by Andrea Atzeni for the first time.

6.10 Epsom - Last Minute Lisa 3/1 from 9/2

Lived up to her name the last twice and expect her to be flying home at the finish once again.

Today's Price Boosts:

2.40 Hamilton – Waffle

3.45 Hamilton – Legal Waves

4.40 Killarney – Sizing Italy

4.55 Leicester – Wall Street Boss

5.05 Brighton – Cherry Princess

6.45 Epsom – Conry

6.50 Leopardstown – Flight Risk

9.10 Doncaster – Derbyshire

Trader's Tip:

6.10 Epsom – Tapis Libre

A very open and competitive lady amateur riders' race over the Derby course and distance which was won last year by the Mick Easterby-trained Tapis Libre and the gelding looks to have been primed for a repeat performance so looks a hint of value at the current 9/1 after being as big as 12s last night.

He has been running on unsuitably soft ground recently but this has enabled his handicap mark to fall to 70 which is 5lb lower than last year’s winning mark of 75.

Miss Joanna Mason takes the ride and, as she has already been successful on the gelding twice, this must be an added advantage to his chance so he should go really well in an open contest.