A quick look at the best-backed horses of the day.
Andy Holding's NAP of the day has been well supported all morning.
According to Mr Holding, MAGNETIC FORCE 'clearly has a tremendous opportunity to follow up that success running over a track where his form figures read 1341344'
It looks like punters agree with the Robbie Hennessy inmate now best-priced 6/4 (as shorts as 5/4 in places) having been as big as 11/4
Another runner who has been subject of strong support at Downpatrick is the Margaret Mullins runner GENESTA.
The 7 year-old has put together a string of solid placed efforts in maidens so far and has been well backed to bring up a deserved first victory.
Having been as big as 6/4 this morning, however he's now as short as 4/6 with some bookmakers and best-price even money with several other firms.
Over at Uttoxeter there has been sustained support for Jamie Snowden's inmate RIGHT ENOUGH.
The 11 year-old hasn't been seen on a racecourse for 730 days but has been busy enough in Points to suggest he could be well-handicapped.
Having been 11/2 on first show, he's 11/4 in places and best-priced 10/3 with Betway.
Finally, at Catterick there has been money for Tony Coyle's NEW ROAD SIDE.
Fifth last time out at Pontefract suggests the 3 year-old might be showing signs of a revival having shown strong form as a 2 year-old.
Having been 6/1 first show, he's as short as 11/4 in places but best-priced 7/2 with Stan James.