Today’s market movers feature runners at Newcastle, York, Ascot and Salisbury. Check those out and more below, plus grab a £10 welcome offer courtesy of our friends at the Tote.
”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 10.40am, 24th July, shortest-priced runner, first.
(1) (4.30pm Newcastle) MOSHAAWER was 2/1 now 11/8
Well-bred third foal out of Listed winner Hadaatha. Finished a close third on his sole juvenile outing and has won both starts since, scoring impressively in novice company at Doncaster last time. Now makes his first jaunt into handicap company and it would be no shock to see him make an opening mark of 93 look lenient.
(2) (5.35pm York) PAGAN was 5/2 now 7/5
Progressive sort who deservedly got off the mark in a classified stakes race at Pontefract last time out. Now makes his handicap debut off what looks a potentially lenient opening mark, particularly with the step back up to this 7f trip being bred to suit.
(3) (4.10pm Ascot) SOUTHERN VOYAGE was 10/3 now 2/1
Split horses both now rated in the 90s when second at Newmarket on debut, and he subsequently chased home the smart Derab in a novice back at that venue in May. Needed every yard of the 1m2f trip when scoring at Redcar last time and stepping up to this distance can only be a plus on the back of that.
(4) (7.35pm Salisbury) ARAMIS GREY was 5/1 now 3/1
Produced form figures of 2121 on the all-weather earlier this year yet proved that she was not synthetics dependant when runner-up on turf at Pontefract last time. Gets in here running off the same mark and easing conditions should not inconvenience, so she must be considered a big player here.
(5) (1.35pm Newcastle) HILTS was 9/1 now 9/2
45,000 guineas yearling who is a half-brother to winners Point In Time and Crema Inglesa. Dam Creme Anglaise was Listed-placed for Michael Bell. Makes his debut today for a yard not renowned for their first-time-out two-year-old winners, and pedigree suggests further will suit in time, yet the market vibes are strong.
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