A flurry of bets has seen five runners trained by Tim Vaughan significantly shorten at Uttoxeter.
Wednesday evening saw a surge in the market for horses racing at Uttoxeter that were trained by Tim Vaughan and ridden by Alan Johns.
In the 2.55pm, Oskar's Eva is expected to benefit from the in-form yard despite being unplaced on all four starts over hurdles and has shortened from 12/1 to 9/4.
Dalaman, in the 4.05pm, has had similar backing and is now 7/4 from 11/1. While later on in the 5.10pm, Knight's Reward, who has been in modest form over hurdles and was pulled up in seasonal debut run last month, is now favourite at 2/1 after previously being 12/1.
In the final race, at 5.40pm, Looksnowtlikebrian has also been backed in from double figures and is now 3/1. Officer Hoolihan is expected to do well in the 2.20pm after impressing with good runs when last seen in May, and has come in to 2/1 from 4/1.