All The Winds blowing hot
Seb James with the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room including a couple of all-weather gambles.
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This expensive son of Oasis Dream has been well supported stepping up in trip on his handicap debut. Last seen when sixth in behind Mukhadram in a decent Newmarket maiden, the David Simcock-trained colt could prove a deal better than his initial mark of 60 and is set to go off a strong favourite with the inform Jim Crowley taking over in the saddle.
In a weak race money has come for the well-handicapped Pamak Dairy. Without a win since February last year the nine-year-old runs off a career low mark, and backers are hoping the application of first time blinkers combined with the drop in grade can bring about a bit of improvement.
Good money arrived early at big prices in the lucky last at Wolverhampton for the Shaun Lycett-trained All The Winds. Out of sorts this year, the seven-year-old finished last of eight on his most recent outing in August, but the return to the all-weather should suit having won on polytrack this time last year off the same mark as today's.