Saturday Market Movers: Invincible bet?

It's the July Festival at Newmarket this week...
It's the July Festival at Newmarket this week...

One horse has been backed into 6/1 from 40s today and we have all the latest market movers, Price Boosts and a trader tip from Sky Bet on Super Saturday.

Today's Market Movers

There is only one place to start today's market movers and that is Navan and their Fillies Auction Maiden at 2.30 where Born Invincible has been backed into 6/1 from 40s.

The unraced daughter of Born To Sea only cost €12,500 but there is loads of money for her today on debut for Adrian Brendan Joyce.

In England there is loads of racing with Ascot, Chester, Newmarket and York all racing on what looks sure to be another sunny afternoon.

All of the market movers are below and the odds were correct at 1045 BST. Just click on the links for the latest odds and offers and that York link takes you straight to the John Smith's Cup market where Sky Bet are paying SIX places on each-way bets.

Best Backed Selection

14.30 - Born Invincible 6/1 From 40/1

Ascot

12.45 - Green Power 16/1 From 20/1
13.20 - Lord Glitters 7/2 From 4/1
14.25 - Beshaayir 4/1 From 9/2
15.05 - Baritone 4/1 From 11/2
15.35 - Occupy 10/3 From 6/1
16.10 - Glenglade 13/2 From 9/1

Newmarket

13.40 - Spanish City 8/1 From 10/1
14.15 - Blue Point 5/2 From 10/3
14.50 - Antonia De Vega 14/1 From 18/1
15.20 – Ibraz 10/3 From 4/1

York

13.55 - Mr Lupton 7/1 From 9/1
15.40 - Across Dubai 10/1 From 14/1
17.20 - The Great Heir 9/4 From 5/2

Chester

14.40 - Peggys Angel 9/2 From 6/1
15.15 - Lake Volta 11/4 From 5/1
15.45 - King Lud 15/8 From 9/4
16.20 – Zlatan 7/2 From 9/2
17.25 - On A May Day 15/2 From 9/1

Newton Abbot

16.00 - Lord Topper 5/2 From 11/4
16.35 - Bumble Bay 15/2 From 11/1
17.05 - New Millennium 9/2/ From 6/1
17.35 - Theatre Stage 9/1 From 18/1

Salisbury

18.15 – Blackheath 11/2 From 13/2
18.45 – Nawar 15/8 From 10/3
20.45 – Savaanah 4/6 From 1/1

Hamilton

18.30 - Oriental Splendour 7/2 From 6/1
19.00 – Muatadel 13/2 From 8/1
19.30 – Mutadaffeq 7/2 From 9/2
20.00 – Blue Havana 4/1 From 6/1
23.30 - Global Wonder 11/4 From 4/1

Navan

14.00 - Rita Levi 8/15 From 10/11
14.30 - Born Invincible 6/1 From 40/1
15.00 - Gopsies Daughter 9/1 From 14/1
16.40 – Ashqar 5/1 From 9/1

Limerick

14.45 – Oromo 12/1 From 14/1
15.15 - Mill Quest 2/1 From 9/2
15.50 - Black Warrior 13/8 From 7/2
16.25 - Nick Lost 1/1 From 11/8
17.00 – Cadawill 13/2 From 10/1
18.05 - Boragh Beat 11/2 From 15/2

Today's Price Boosts

13.05 Newmarket-Quorto
14.35 York- Dal Harraild
15.05 Ascot -Extra Elusive
19.30 Hamilton -Killdeer
17.05 Newton Abbot- King's Reste
20.15 Salisbury -Ferrier
14.40 Chester- Crotchet
15.50 Limerick- Miss Sapphire
15.30 Navan- View The Bay

Trader Tip

York 4.15 Master Archer.

The James Fanshawe-trained Master Archer finally got his head in front at Chester 14 days ago. After most of his career finishing second, he may well be capable of more success today. Up 3lb for that career best effort is there more to come? We hope so.

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