Wednesday, 18 July 2012

3 Market Movers

Ian McInnes' Northern Bolt has been an interesting mover in the market this morning having been freely available at double figure prices but good support has seen him shorten significantly.
Northern Bolt is twice a winner at Catterick, once over C&D and both times on soft ground, and has already finished a close second at the track earlier this year.
He gets his ideal conditions today with plenty of give underfoot and the drop into selling company should suit.
An interesting move has come for the handicap debutante Despatch at Lingfield running off a mark of just 56.
The Ralph Beckett-trained daughter of Nayef is bred to be much better than her current handicap mark being a half-sister to Lay Time who ran in last week's Group 1 Falmouth Stakes.
The application of the hood, which is proving popular with many trainers at the moment, could well help , as could the step up in trip and switch to polytrack.
Rod Millman sent out two winners from two runners yesterday and the early support for Mister Musicmaster suggests this gelded son of Amadeus Wolf could well continure the stable's good form.
Today's conditions look likely to suit as he scored decisively over this trip and distance last year as a two year old.
He hasn't quite matched that level of form since but this represents his easiest opportunity this term racing off just 76, his last winning mark.


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