In the opener at Windsor, REBECCA ROCKS has been well supported for trainer Henry Candy. Sent off at just 7/2 on her racecourse debut, she seemed to perform below market expectations back in early June and the faster ground on offer today could suit her better. As big as 14/1 this morning, she is now available at 7/1.
Also at Windsor there has been plenty of money for ARCHERY PEAK. Off the track for more than two years, the Luca Cumani trained gelding had only subsequent Group 3 winners ahead of him on his Doncaster debut back in 2014 and followed that up with a creditable sixth to Queen's Vase scorer Aloft at Newmarket. If he returns from his lengthy layoff in anything like that form, he should be winning a race of this nature. Punters seem to agree, the 9/4 on offer last night snapped up with 13/8 now the best odds on offer.
Next it's off to Yarmouth where BOB'S BOY has been popular. The 3yo scored over today's trip on fast ground at Bath in August and his two subsequent defeats on the same track have come on much softer ground. A return to a sounder surface today could see him back to winning ways in what looks a poor contest. As big as 11/1 on first showing last night, he's now into 5/1 with most firms.
Finally, staying at Yarmouth where money has come for SO CELEBRE. A winner at 1m2f on good to firm ground at Salisbury, he was last seen finishing a 5l fourth of nine when 5/2 at Epsom over 1m2f (good) last month. The suspicion is the track didn't suit last time and the 8/1 on offer this morning is long gone, with most bookies offering just 5/1.