The West Sussex based father and son duo believe they have a Grand National winner on their hands.
Traffic Fluide has been heavily backed for the 2019 Grand National following comments from jockey Jamie Moore at Cheltenham on Saturday.
Moore was on board the winner of the Bet Victor Gold Cup, Baron Alco, and his bullish comments on Traffic Fluide and his father, trainer Gary Moore, has resulted in 30.6% of all bets on the Aintree showpiece being on the eight year-old since.
Jamie said: “Dad’s a brilliant trainer. I don’t need to tell you that. Flat horses, jumps horses, it doesn’t matter – he can train anything. He’s going to win the National next with Traffic Fluide.”
The Sussex-based trainer is one of the most respected in the game, and his work was perfectly displayed as Baron Alco looked fresh as a daisy after missing last season through injury, having returned a month ago at Chepstow.
Traffic Fluide is available as big as 50/1 for the most valuable jump race in Europe whilst being as short as 33/1 in places.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek said: “It could well be 50/1 that a horse even lines up at Aintree in April, but that hasn't stopped the value hunters taking a great deal from Jamie Moore's comments.
“Notoriously one of the hardest races in which to back the winner, those doing so in November deserve more than just their winnings.”