Diplomat the York mover

  • Last Updated: August 22 2014, 11:11 BST

Michael Shinners with news of today's market movers and Price Boosts from the Sky Bet trading room.

William Haggas: Two well backed juveniles running today
William Haggas: Two well backed juveniles running today



1:55- Communicator- 12/1 from 14/1

Running well all season and due a change of luck in a race like this.

3:05- Cable Bay- 9/1 from 11/1

Velated reappearance but was a top notch juvenile in 2013 and if in the same form as when second in Dewhurst looks big player.

3:40- Rangali- 10/1 from 14/1

French raider and attracting plenty of each-way support on his first run in Britain.

4:20- Foreign Diplomat- 4/1 from 8/1

Fascinating maiden but it's William Haggas' debutant, who holds all the big race entries, the punters want.

4:55- Munaaser- 7/4 from 5/2

Seems to have been transformed by gelding operation and all the rage to follow up his Newmarket success.

Ffos Las

1:45- Heartbreak Hero- 8/11 from 11/10

Another Haggas juvenile to be all the rage and he has looked very progressive to date.

3:30- Gabbiano- 11/2 from 8/1

Looks potentially well handicapped and running ok of late.

5:45- River Dancing- 5/4 from 4/1

Big gamble on first start for new yard and definitely handicapped to run a big race.


1:35- Bling King- 9/2 from 10/1

Signs of ability on debut and clearly more expected here.

5:05- Crowdmania- 3/1 from 4/1

Second here last time and chance he could dominate this from the front.


6:55- Jay Kay- 2/1 from 3/1

Wide margin winner of last two and 12 pound penalty not putting his backers off.

Price Boosts

3:40 York- Sole Power

2:55 Ffos Las- Ramshakle

4:50 Newcastle- Exotic Guest

6:45 Goodwood- Rekdhat

7:05 Hamilton- Wee Frankie

5:35 Killarney- Windward Passage

5:50 Killbeggan- Wate and Sea

Traders Tip

1.55 York- Chancery

Everything looks set for a big run again from last year’s winner of this race Chancery for the inform O’Meara team. York is a course he goes really well at winning twice here and ran well recently in the John Smiths cup in a race that wasn’t run to suit. Another eye catching run at Haydock last time has seen the handicapper drop him another 3lb and he gets in here just 3lb higher than for last year’s easy winning mark so if he gets the breaks in this competitive heat he must be hard to keep out of the frame with a big chance of hitting the target.