We round-up the four springers in the market so far this morning
First up in Leicester’s 14.15, DAHILLS HILL has been supported at double-figure odds for trainer Graeme McPherson. The five-year-old is a former point-to-point winner but is yet to get off the mark from eight starts under rules. Well beaten on his last start 18 days ago, he was sent off at just 5/1 so clearly more was expected. As big as 14/1 overnight, those odds have continued to tumble all morning with some firms now just 5/1 (best price 8/1).
In the finale at Market Rasen, FOCACCIA looks a tasty proposition for punters with the Dan Skelton six-year-old a heavily-backed favourite. Placed in four of his eight starts over hurdles, the consistent gelding has a habit of finishing second but today’s race looks an ideal opportunity to go one better. Punters certainly seem to think so with the 9/2 of last night now just 2/1 in places (best price 5/2).£20 Risk Free Bet Claim Now
There is an almighty gamble going down in Wincanton’s concluding bumper with the unraced KINGOFTHECOTSWOLDS being backed as if defeat is out of the question. Trained by Nigel Twiston-Davies, the three-year-old is out of a mare who won twice over hurdles. The market vibes suggest he is expected to run a huge race as the 6/1 of this morning has been smashed into 11/10 with one firm (best price 13/8).
Finally at Chelmsford this evening SIBILANCE has been backed to give the short-priced favourite something to think about in the 19.00. Two-from-two on the AW, Ralph Beckett’s three-year-old has been highly tried this season including when sent off at just 7/1 for the Sandringham at Royal Ascot. She finished 18/24 that day and was again soundly beaten in a Group 3 on her next outing. However, she bounced backed to some form with a third back at Ascot in October and the return to an artificial surface this evening should help. 5/1 on first showing last night, some firms are now only 11/4 (best price 7/2).