The first mover of the day is the James Tate 3yo MAYASA.
A winner 42 days ago when stepped up in trip around here last time, there's no reason whey the extra 5lb carried today should halt the progress of this filly.
4/1 on first showing last night, bookies are now offering 9/4.
Quite the mover over at Leicester as Dean Ivory's SEAVIEW has seen her odds tumble all morning.
She was beaten 11l when far from disgraced in mid division at Windsor when taking on the boys on her racecourse debut at Windsor over 6f (good to firm) last month.
Sent off at 66/1 that day, more is clearly expected with 5/1 the shortest odds on offer after opening up at 50/1 last night.
Over in Ireland there has been money for one of Joseph O'Brien's runners.
ZIG ZAG was a decent winner on the Flat two starts out before finishing 9l behind the winner when fifth of 11 at 7/2 on his latest outing at Gowran Park over 1m 4f (good) last month.
There's been money for him ahead of his debut over hurdles with his odds shortening from 8/1 last night to as short as 7/2 at lunchtime.
Finally today, Andy Holding's selection MAY ROSE has been well supported.
Comfortably off the mark at Windsor last week, an opening handicap mark of 74 doesn't look beyond the three-year-old who was more impressive than the one-length winning margin suggested. A repeat of that performance would probably suffice in a field lacking depth.
The 2/1 available this morning has been snapped up with 6/4 now the best odds on offer.