The mare is as short as 10/1 for the 2019 Champion Hurdle.
There has been an influx of ante-post bets on Laurina today as WIllie Mullins claimed that she will be aimed at the 2019 Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham.
Mullins said: "She has come back in really good shape. I think she’ll stay hurdling. As far as we are concerned, she could be anything. She is unbeaten for us and everything is open to her. I think we’ll train her and campaign her with a view to the Champion Hurdle.
"She’ll need to improve to get to that level, but she’ll have the mares' allowance in her favour and it wouldn’t surprise me if she did."
61.5% of all bets on the market today have been on the five-year-old, who won the Mares' Novice Hurdle in emphatic fashion earlier this year, by 18 lengths.
The 14/1 available about the mare this morning was quickly snapped up and she now sits as short as 10/1 in most places, but 12/1 is still on offer with a few firms.
She still sits behind the likes of the talented Buveur Dair (7/2), Samcro (4/1) and Melon (8/1) in the market.
The exciting Laurina will be aimed at the Champion Hurdle this season, Willie Mullins tells us. Find out more and get the latest on the champion trainer's stable stars in our exclusive stable tour: https://t.co/Yznom438WT pic.twitter.com/iD76MbeGUf— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) October 17, 2018