Just over three weeks until Christmas and we have four of the biggest market movers we have seen in a long time. All four of these started at 100-1 when the markets opened last night and are now a fraction of the price. The first three are all much bigger with bet365 than elsewhere at time of writing.
Sweet Nightingale (100-1 -> 12-1) is the first mover of the day. She was very keen on her return to action at Wincanton in a race run at a steady gallop. She shaped well enough, only beaten eleven lengths when things clearly didn’t go her way. That was a big step up on her bumper form and she could make another if she settles better.
3.25 Sedgefield – Paxtons Best For Genuine Kverneland Metal Open National Hunt Flat Race
Two movers in here from triple-figure prices, the first of those is Lenny (100-1 -> 14-1) for Chris Grant. He showed no more than a modicum of promise on his Catterick debut but the softer ground here should suit better. This track is the only course that his yard have a level stakes profit in bumpers which is of some interest.
The second is the Micky Hammond-trained Countess Olivia (100-1 -> 16-1.) She has not been seen for a year, trying to take on Eileendover on her race debut at Wetherby. She did not show an awful lot there but she is a half-sister to the very smart flat performer Nuit St Georges.
4.30 Dundalk – Irishinjuredjockeys.com Maiden
Gudrun Genberg (100-1>14-1) is yet to show much in a pair of maidens. She improved her RPR a touch on her second start which came over seven furlongs at this track, stepping up to a mile now. Her dam is a half sister to a number of National Hunt horses so perhaps the longer trip can improve her.
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