Tonight's action: three big market movers at Ayr and Nottingham
After a relatively quiet afternoon with action from Catterick and Newbury,there's plenty of racingthis evening with meetings at Ayr, Nottingham and Roscommon. Here are three horses that have moved in the market.
Halle' S Harbour
Halle' S Harbour opened at 16-1 and has been backed into a general 6-1 shot, although the Paul George-trained juvenile– for whom Silvestre de Sousa is booked– is as short as 11-2 in places.
The Harbour Watch filly would appear to have plenty to find on form despite showing significant improvement from her first to second start.
The champion jockey is an eyecatching booking for a trainer who has had a flying start to his career.
Having opened at 12-1 last night, Gometra Ginty is now as short as 3-1 and no bigger than 7-2 for the6f Ayrshire Cancer Support Novice Auction Stakes.
Keith Dalgleish and Joe Fanning team up with this7,000gns purchase and, whilethe trainer is just 2-15 with debutants introduced at Ayr,the highest Racing Post Rating achieved by any ofher seven rivals is 73–making this look a very winnable race.
Haverland opened at 8-1, but has shortened to a best-priced 4-1 and is as short as9-2in places.
He was gelded before he made it to the track and is yet to win in eight starts, but he hasbeen running better recently and Andrea Atzeni replaces 7lb claimer Aled Beech in the saddle.
Charlie Fellowes and Atzeni have a 31 per cent strike-rate when they combine this season (5-16), and the market suggests that impressive return could be about to get even better.
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