Tuesday’s horse racing market movers: 16/1 into 3/1 and more!

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Following the market is a crucial part of finding winners in racing. When a horse is backed in the market, it indicates confidence, and that a big run could be in the offing.

You can find all of Tuesday’s horse racing market movers below. Our horse racing tips are also on site now, including a NAP of the Day and Lucky 15 tips.

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13.55 Sedgefield – Holly James (10/1 into 13/2)

He’s been pulled up on both his chasing starts thus far, but his hurdling form gives him a huge chance off today’s rating. He went close in a competitive handicap hurdle at Warwick back in March off two pounds higher and has shown ability in his chasing starts to date.

The cheekpieces are now enlisted by connections and dropping back in distance can also suit Evan Williams charge, who can be expected to make a bold bid.

14.15 Lingfield – Justicialism (7/1 into 3/1)

A big market move has seen Charlie Fellowes charge vying for favouritism. A 60,000gns son of Vadamos, he made a promising start when finishing fifth at Newcastle earlier this month.

There should be plenty more to come from this juvenile, especially with further experience under his belt. He’s drawn widest of all, which is a negative, but he’s closely related to Lord North and there’s plenty to like about his chances.

14.45 Lingfield – Sophosc (16/1 into 3/1)

The first-time visor goes on Joseph Tuite’s charge and plenty are expecting a big run. He’s shown little in 2020, with defeats coming at lengths of 25, 50, 24, 10 and 10. He returns from a break to the All-Weather, however, where he has a much better record than he does on the grass.

He’s currently twelve pounds below his last winning rating and he remains unexposed on the All-Weather surface. Dropping in grade today too, but he does need to overcome a bad draw.

14.55 Sedgefield – Special Brute (25/1 into 9/1)

Previously trained by Gordon Elliott in bumpers, showing ability in five hurdling starts for Jennie Candlish. He’s yet to trouble the frame, however, and has been beaten 32 length and 47 lengths in his handicap starts this term.

He’s fallen seven pounds down the ratings as a result and connections now try the cheekpieces. Candlish has her string in great form of late and the headgear could feasibly prompt a much improved effort.

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