Today’s market movers features a pair of runners at Southwell and Newcastle, alongside a single entry from Lingfield. Check out these horses to follow below and claim an exclusive Virgin Bet offer that provides new customers with £20 in free bets when you bet £10.
”was” and “now” prices representative of opening odds and strongest market movement across various bookmakers, stated prices are best available at time of writing from a specified bookmaker. Prices may vary on visit to bookmakers website.
All pricing correct as of 8:32am, 30th November.
(1) (1:55pm Southwell) BLAME THE FARRIER was 25/1 now 12/1
Useful 3lb claimer Jack Tudor is one of the most experienced riders in this contest for Conditional Jockeys And Amateur Riders. Trainer David Thompson’s four-year-old has been popular overnight and has attracted plenty of each way interest in this contest. The unrated Slade Power Gelding is related to five winners and support on first run looks signifiant.
(2) (11:40pm Lingfield) OWEN LITTLE was 11/4 now 2/1
The three-year-old gelding remains a lightly raced individual and got his head in front last time out at Kempton when relishing his first attempt at the 2mile trip when winning by head from Smith. This looks another good opportunity to register a second win and Owen Little has been solid at the top of the market this morning.
(3) (1:25pm Southwell) ACROSS THE LINE was 4/1 now 11/4
Trainer Dan Skelton has been in decent form of late and six-year-old Across The Line significantly improved on his chasing debut at Warwick in October when finishing runner-up at Worcester last time out. His mark of 120 is fair and there should be plenty more to come from him in this sphere. This dual hurdle winner holds sound claims now chasing a first career win over fences and has been strong in the betting since markets opened.
(4) (3:45pm Newcastle) LOST MY SOCK was 9/2 now 7/2
Caught the eye last time out over course and distance when meeting interference after a slow start. Lost My Sock has a fine record on this surface at Newcastle with figures of 3-3-2. The three-year-old was only beaten 0.5l on his latest start and if avoiding any mishaps today, should be able to go close in this field.
(5) (4:15pm Newcastle) DANCE AT NIGHT was 4/1 now 11/4
Three-year-old gelding Dance At Night was an eye-catcher on debut when not beaten far at Kempton over 6f. Andrew Balding’s charge was prominent in the betting that day going off an 11/4 chance. Dance At Night was not beaten far in that first run and will have learnt plenty for that experience. Dance At Night has been well supported against the likely favourite Naval Champion who may ideally want further than this after scrambling home by a nose last time out.
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