We look at the best-backed horses of the day
Luca Cumani's KILM has been well supported in the 14.55 at Yarmouth.
Unplaced in all five starts, he faded out of contention pretty quickly once asked for an effort over 1m2f at Pontefract, eventually finishing 6th of 9, 15l behind the eventual winner when last seen in May.
As big as 7/1 on first showing last night, the son of Dansili is now as short as 11/4 in places.
In the opener at Galway, OATHKEEPER has been the subject of sustained support for Joseph O'Brien and JP McManus.
He won a maiden hurdle at Killarney over 2m 4f when 2-9fav earlier this month looking a smart prospect in the process.
10/3 on first showing last night, he's now into as short as 9/4 with some firms.
Also at Galway, there has been money for the Gordon Elliot trained TOCORORO.
One of Andy Holding's six selections today, the 4yo has proven herself to be consistent over hurdles so far and it's interesting to see her tackle the bigger obstacles so early in her career.
Current favourite Briar Hill will have to give 19lb away to Tocororo and it looks like punters have latched on to this, with 5/2 currently the shortest price on offer after opening up at 5/1 last evening.