Each day oddschecker picks out the Market Movers for horse racing in the UK & Ireland with today's top three in action at Southwell & Sedgefield.
How does it work?
The oddschecker Market Movers page allows you to see the horses which have shortened or lengthened the most in the markets since they opened. Steamers are selections that have been well backed and shortened, while drifters have done the opposite.
Each day we look at the races in UK and Ireland to pick out the top three steamers, or selections with the biggest positive Average Market Swing* at the time of writing.
1. Strong Leader - 15:00 Southwell - 11/10 to 8/15 (Best Priced Odds 4/7)
Our first Sunday market mover is STRONG LEADER, who will be running in the 15:00 at Southwell. The six-year-old has won two hurdle races and a NH flat race from 2m to 2m 1f on good and good to soft ground and was a winner at 2/1 in a hurdle race at Aintree over 2m 1f (good to soft) on his latest outing in December last year, beating Etalon by 8l. Has won three times this season.
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2. Tom Creen - 13:25 Sedgefield - 3/1 to 6/5 (Best Priced Odds 11/8)
Our next market mover is TOM CREEN, who will be running in the 13:25 at Sedgefield. The eight-year-old has won two chases and a point-to-point from 2m 3f to 3m on good to firm and soft ground and won on his latest outing in a chase when 11/10fav over this course and distance (soft) earlier this month, beating Cash Again by 3/4l. He has also won three times this season.
3. Calico - 13:50 Southwell - 5/2 to 11/8 (Best Priced Odds 13/8)
Our last Sunday market mover is CALICO, who will be running in the 13:50 at Southwell. The seven-year-old has been successful in two hurdle races at 2m on soft and heavy ground but finished 15l behind Bold Endeavour when fourth of seven at 7/2 on his latest outing in a chase at Leicester over 2m 4f (good to firm) in December last year.
Fancy the treble?
Today’s Market Movers combine for a best priced treble of 11/1 through oddschecker. Meanwhile, the worst odds on the treble are 8/1.