Money Talk continues to highlight the Betfair Sportsbook big-money moves to keep you in the loop. This section highlights market moves between 1:00 am and 9:00 am.
13:00 Lingfield: Delight Of Dubai - 21.020/1 into 15.014/1
13:30 Lingfield: Bonnie Lad - 17.016/1 into 13.012/1 and Milfolhas Has 17.016/1 into 10.09/1
13:50 Catterick: Beautiful Mum - 3.259/4 into 2.89/5
14:20 Catterick: Majil - 12.011/1 into 7.513/2
14:50 Catterick: Zwift - 21.020/1 into 15.014/1
15:40 Yarmouth: Don Bekar - 26.025/1 into 13.012/1
18:45 Kempton: Call My Bluff 4.57/2 into 3.55/2
20:05 Bath: Badr - 3.39/4 into 2.68/5
17:25 Fairyhouse: Meritorious - 21.020/1 into 13.012/1
20:00 Fairyhouse: Texas Rock - 26.025/1 into 13.012/1, Brewel Hill 41.040/1 into 15.014/1 and Brave Display 26.025/1 into 17.016/1
20:30 Fairyhouse: Even Flow 81.080/1 into 51.050/1
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14:30 Lingfield: Royal Mariner - 2.26/5 out to 2.47/5
15:00 Lingfield: So Smart - 2.68/5 out to 3.02/1
15:10 Yarmouth: Sea Galaxy - 1.51/2 out to 1.84/5
16:40 Yarmouth: Amor De Mi Vida - 2.77/4 out to 3.02/1
17:35 Bath: Tribuna Uffizi - 1.910/11 out to 2.01/1
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Five Sportsbook Extra Place Specials again on Wednesday across Yarmouth, and a pair for the evening action at both Bath and Fairyhouse.
Twelve runners are in the opening Yarmouth 14:10 1m Handicap with Roy Bowring's outsider Back From Dubai a mover last night from 17.016/1 into 13.012/1.
Elsewhere at Bath, the staying 17:35 1m5f Handicap, and with a hot forecast the good going at the time of writing is likely to quicken up on the concrete road that is Bath. Tribuna Uffizi 2.01/1 has course form and was heading the betting at 2.01/1 into Wednesday morning.
Thirteen runners also line up in the closing Bath 20:35 1m2f Handicap with Patroon and Nazimova potential each-way plays as both were trimmed from 17.016/1 into 13.012/1 and 26.025/1 into 19.018/1.
Fairyhouse's two Extra Place Specials are unsurprisingly the two divisions of the 7f Handicap that are well stocked with 18 runners in both at 20:00 and 20:30.
While cloudy for the forecast, a dry evening is expected and with watered ground it is looking likely on the quicker side of good. Champion jockey Colin Keane is in action there and he rides London Palladium 5.59/2 in the 20:00 and outsider Eglish 15.014/1 in the finale.
Elsewhere, although no Extra Place Specials at Kempton for the evening, and Lingfield and Yarmouth complete the roll call.
Stat of the day
Old master Frankie Dettori's one ride on the Kempton card this evening is for trainer Ralph Beckett, who he has decent returns with 6-24 at 25% when he rides for the Hampshire yard. His sole mount is Apache Spark in the 17:45.
Horses for courses
This section highlights horses that have won twice or more at today's tracks and could be in with a chance today.
15:00 Lingfield: The Defiant 17.016/1 has won here twice (67%), Saaheq 31.030/1 has won here twice (25%), Sir Rodneyredblood 10.09/1 has won here three times (30%), Wings Of A Dove 5.04/1 has won here twice (40%), and Mick's Spirit 5.04/1 has won here three times (33%).
15:50 Catterick: Bollin Neil has won here three times (33%).
17:20 Catterick: Sfumato 17.016/1 has won here three times (23%) and Mr Strutter 5.04/1 has won here five times (38%).
16:40 Yarmouth: Electric Love 3.02/1 has won here twice (67%).
18:35 Bath: The Daley Express 26.025/1 has won here three times (33%), Under Curfew 5.59/2 has won here twice (50%) and Symbol Of Hope 5.59/2 has won here three times (47%).
20:35 Bath: Plansina 4.57/2 has won here four times (40%).
20:50 Kempton: Fitzrovia 23.022/1 has won here twice (27%).
20:00 Fairyhouse: Caesar's Comet 29.028/1 has won here twice (50%).
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
19:05 Bath: Thegreyvtrain 6.05/1 has won off 60 and runs off 46.
16:50 Catterick: How Bizarre 15.014/1 has won off 68 and runs off 54.
20:20 Kempton: Catch My Breath 19.018/1 has won off 69 and runs off 58.
20:50 Kempton: Good Humor 7.06/1 has won off 73 and runs off 63.
15:40 Yarmouth: Chloellie 7.06/1 has won off 62 and runs off 46.
20:00 Fairyhouse: Caesar's Comet 29.028/1 has won off 60 and runs off 47.
20:30 Fairyhouse: Vormir 11.010/1 has won off 70 and runs off 57.
Ruth Carr and Josephine Gordon team up for the longest Bath traveller with Next Second on the move to the tune of 238 miles for the 18:05 5f Handicap but is a massive outsider at 34.033/1.
Another Yorkshire trainer Mark Johnston (with Charlie) is Decoding 7.06/1 who is going slightly further to Lingfield from Middleham in the 13:30 1m4f Selling Handicap.
Veteran Bill Turner remains busy as ever and the 252 miles to Yarmouth awaits for Bbob Alula 8.515/2 who runs in the 14:10 1m Handicap.
Radlett trainer Dean Ivory works in a lovely part of the world - having myself played some cricket at Radlett's minor counties ground - although with little success may I add. Ivory is in better form than I ever was and could be set to embark on a decent run as 3-13 recently at 23%, and thanks to recent big price winner Fighting Temeraire, has shown a level stakes profit in that sequence of +33.00.
He has one entry on the Bath card tonight in the finale 20:35 1m Handicap which is also an Extra Place Special race with Moonlit Cloud 11.010/1.
Saeed bin Suroor remains in decent nick at a strike-rate of 29% with 13 winners from his last 49 runners and has the sole representative from his Newmarket base running at Bath in the 19:35 1m Maiden and Shamekh 2.01/1 looks a rock-solid favourite considering he shaped well on his second outing at Doncaster last time.
Ray Dawson is 2-11 riding for bin Suroor at 18% although this will be the first time they link up at Bath.
Jason Hart's numbers at Catterick this term and over the past five seasons have been impressive with 6-23 at 26% this term and overall 39-237 making him in the top jockey there in terms of winners on the board.
His six booked rides all look to have chances, although the odds-on favourite Dunnington Lad 1.68/13 for David Evans has a golden opportunity to win for the third time in a busy 2yo campaign so far in the 13:50 5f Claimer.
Joanna Mason has a better strike-rate this term with 4-11 at 36% showing a level stakes profit of +37.33 and she rides Spice Store 9.08/1 in the 16:50 7f Handicap for her only mount of the day for grandad Mick Easterby.
Trainer Conrad Allen has just one entry for Lingfield this afternoon on the all-weather and his Mick's Spirit, a last-time-out winner is looking to add to his tally and Allen's recent rate of 3-8 at 38% and he's in the 15:00 5f Handicap.
David Egan could be the one to follow at Kempton tonight with his record this term at the Sunbury venue a highly impressive 7-18 at 39%. He has four booked rides there, and his dad John will also be there.
However, Frankie Dettori makes a rare midweek outing, and rather surprisingly has the one ride on the card for Ralph Beckett with Apache Spark 4.57/2 lining up in the 17:45 6f Novice Stakes.
A good card awaits at Fairyhouse and Declan McDonogh is 1-2 there this term at 50% and he teams up with Joseph O'Brien to partner favourite Ebendi in the 17:25 1m5f Stakes race.
The youthful O'Brien has sent out a lot of runners in the last month with 24-93 in four weeks at 26% and is the leading trainer at the track this term with 3-8 at 38%.
Race of the day
The best race in terms of the band for today is the 18:45 Kempton 2m Handicap and with eight runners there's also the potential for an each-way bet.
Favourite Call My Bluff will evoke memories of Frank Muir, and he has been well supported on the Sportsbook from 4.57/2 into 3.55/2 and has winning form from last term by winning twice at Nottingham and Chester and is a tough sort who takes his racing well.
His turf figures are better than his AW ones, and made a very good return in the Chester Plate Handicap for the May meeting at the Roodeye finishing third from a mark of 85. He came from the back from stall 9 and is usually more of a prominent racer. His only win on the all-weather was at Kempton, so a return could be a winning one with a 1lb rise in the weights.
At a slightly bigger price, Vino Victrix 6.511/2 looks interesting with Tom Marquand on - who is second on the Kempton table this term with 8-50.
His two runs this term for Hughie Morrison have both been over a shorter-than-ideal 1m4f. He was outpaced last time in a decent race that saw the winner Pearl Beach travel well - and in 0-95 company this represents a slight drop in grade.
He's a Sir Percy, so going back to 2m will suit, and he did land a CD handicap last term from 83 to add to his Sandown win over 1m6f - and that race worked out very well last season. When Marquand rides for Morrison, they team up for an 18% strike-rate, and he looks the bet in the feature.
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Timeform offer up three of their best at Kempton for Wednesday
Andrew Asquith is once again on duty from the Halifax team has three bets for the evening card at Kempton, including an each-way as the form gurus look to continue their good form this week.
Click here to read the trio of Kempton bets
With Frankie Dettori in action tonight at Kempton, it appears that the whole John Gosden saga is finally over. What intially appeared to be a high profile falling out, and some even inking in Hollie Doyle for the top job at Clarehaven, all appears well between the old master and the training ultimate pater.
It will be interesting to see if he rides for owner Bjorn Neilson again, which would be a shame following one mistake considering the success he delivered on Stradivarius.
The spat and sabbatical has lasted a mere two weeks, and the whole thing seemed utterly pointless and a drama that was a perhaps nothing. Jockeys, trainers and owners probably fall out a lot more, but it was rare for Gosden to publicly criticise the Sardinian.
Perhaps the dissatisfaction came from taking a holiday in Italy for a wedding and thus lacking the match sharpness. If we lost our jobs for taking a holiday as a freelancer, there isn't much hope for any of us. But Dettori did make it clear a few years ago he was switching away from the daily grind to concentrate on the quality.
Personally I would be surprised if he was riding for Gosden next season. And that's certainly where the quality is. All in all, it was maybe a mere disagreement, which happens ALL of the time.
Good luck for Wednesday.
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