Market Movers: Crowd pleaser?
Michael Shinners with the latest market movers, price boosts and a trader's tip from Sky Bet ahead of today's action.
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Saturday's Market Movers:
Lacks a recent run obviously but favoured by the weights on his return and the Group 1 wins on his CV are drawing the punters in.
Roger Charlton-trained newcomer in the Abdullah silks and he's clearly been showing up well at home.
Consistent on the level, albeit at a lowly level, and he takes to hurdles for the first time in public this afternoon.
Won here on his penultimate start and has since gone close on the level at Musselburgh.
Strong each-way support for Mick Channon's newcomer, whose dam is a half-sister to Dylam Thomas.
Stable going great guns at present and this one looks on the verge of another success following placed efforts on her last three starts.
Almost halved in price following strong support and it's worth noting a lot of Mark Johnston's three-year-olds have really picked up their form lately.
Stable does well with their runners at this venue and this gelding is also entered to run here on Monday.
Another Dianne Sayer-trained runner being backed at the Cumbria venue and this one has a course record in the formbook.
Entered in next year's Derby so clearly held in the highest regard and the support says it all.
Shaped with promise first time out at Newmarket and his trainer clearly has a good line on the two-year-old form.
Lady Cecil won't have too many horses rated in the 70s and this Dansili colt could have stacks of improvement to come.
Today's Price Boosts:
The fairly valuable lady riders handicap on the card looks a good betting heat and Donald McCain’s Life and Soul makes plenty of appeal.
Although yet to really fire on all cylinders this term, that has resulted in some respite from the assessor, now 2lb lower in the weights than when successful in the corresponding event last season, and things just didn’t go his was when last seen at Aintree.
The re-fitting of headgear and the booking of Lucy Alexander also bode well for his chances of repeating last year’s win.