The top market mover this morning is BAZZAT.
Placed once in 11 starts, he probably posted a career best when only narrowly losing out at Kempton last week and by turning him out only eight days later, connections appear keen to strike whilst the iron is hot.
Punters also appear keen to get on, with the 3yo being backed in from 7/1 overnight into as short as 11/4 at lunchtime today.
Also at Lingfield, GALUPPI has been the subject of strong support in the 1m4f handicap.
Placed in six of 23 starts, his best run of 2016 was over 1m5f at the Surrey venue back in February.
The booking of jockey George Baker seems to have captured the imagination of the betting public and with the 13/2 on offer last night all gone, 4/1 is now the best price on offer.
Money has come for DOCTOR PARKES in the 6f handicap.
A winner of 12 races from 5f to 6f on ground varying from firm to good and on the all-weather, the Stuart Williams trained 10yo put in a decent performance over C&D on Saturday to finish third.
Still on an appealing handicap mark it seems punters think the Doctor will deliver today, backing him in from 5/1 yesterday evening to as short as 11/4 with some firms.
Finally it's off to Chepstow where DIAMONDS A DANCING is a well-backed favourite.
John O'Shea's charge has been in excellent form on his last two starts over C&D, winning the pair of them, and the market suggests he can make it a hat-trick of wins despite another 4lb hike in the weights.
9/4 on first showing last night, 13/8 is now the best price on offer.