Money Talk continues to highlight the Betfair Sportsbook big-money moves to keep you in the loop. This section shows market moves between 1:00 am and 9:00 am.
13:35 Yarmouth: Portelet Bay - 7.06/1 into 5.04/1
14:45 Yarmouth: Zebra Star 4.57/2 into 3.55/2 and Barlow Barlow 10.09/1 into 6.05/1
16:03 Redcar: Mythical Molly - 15.014/1 into 10.09/1
13:50 Uttoxeter: Miss Bamby - 15.014/1 into 11.010/1
15:00 Uttoxeter: Diva Dancer - 12.011/1 into 8.515/2
18:00 Wolverhampton: Imaginary World - 3.55/2 into 2.757/4
16:55 Punchestown: Star Official - 21.020/1 into 13.012/1
17:30 Punchestown: Leabaland - 13.012/1 into 9.08/1
Which horses is the Betfair Sportsbook market suggesting to Lay?
17:10 Redcar: City Vaults - 3.02/1 out to 3.55/2
14:25 Uttoxeter: Throne Hall - 2.35/4 out to 2.56/4
16:10 Uttoxeter: Kinondo Kwetu - 2.757/4 out to 3.02/1
16:45 Uttoxeter: Addosh - 2.89/5 out to 3.02/1
Read about the best backed horses from 10:30am here
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Each-way backers have plenty to dissect on Tuesday with no less than nine Extra Place Special races on the Sportsbook. One comes from Yarmouth in the 13:35 5f Handicap with 13 runners and David Evans' Portlet Bay runs after after a break seeking a second course win under Hollie Doyle.
Two jumping Extra Place Specials at Uttoxeter add to the jumping fixture at the Midlands venue. The 13:50 2m7f Handicap Hurdle has 16 runners for the maximum boost and Fine By Me was impressive at Bangor and is seeking the follow-up victory while Robeam could be the each-way answer given the consistency on the hurdler's profile.
Thirteen runners compete in the 15:35 2m Novices' Handicap Hurdle and Syr Maffos goes handicapping for the first time off a workable mark.
The handicaps are well stocked at Redcar and two Extra Place Specials in the north east are the 16:03 6f Handicap and the 11-runner 17:10 1m6f Handicap. Joe Parr's Wolf Of Oxshott had halved in price on the Sportsbook this morning from 14/1 into 7/1.
All-Weather punters have two Extra Place Specials in the 17:25 1m Apprentice Handicap where five-time CD winner Whatwouldyouknow needs to overcome a wide draw for win number six. There are 12 runners in the 19:30 7f Handicap.
A rare Flat card at Punchestown certainly has some quality and for each-way backers there are big fields in the 14:35 1m Handicap and Mick Mulvaney's The Blue Panther had attracted money from 20/1 into 14/1. There are plenty of options too in the 16:20 1m1f Handicap. Johnny Murtagh's Maristella runs in a handicap for the first time and heads the betting from 7/2 into 3/1.
Stat Of The Day
Hollie Doyle has a fine record teaming up with William Stone at Yarmouth. The pair have scored three wins from eight runners together at 38% and Romantic Time 6.511/2 is down to a decent mark of 88 in the feature 16:30 7-runner 6f Handicap. Their placed record together reads excellent too at 63%.
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.
17:03 Yarmouth: Haveoneyerself 7.06/1 has won here twice (25%), Han Solo Berger 8.07/1 has won here twice (50%) and Grandfather Tom 11.010/1 has won here twice (25%).
16:03 Redcar: The Armed Man 19.018/1 has won here twice (33%) and Fox Hill 8.07/1 has won here twice (100%).
16:10 Uttoxeter: Judge Earle 3.7511/4 has won here twice twice (67%).
16:45 Uttoxeter: Pillar Of Steel 10.09/1 has won here twice (100%).
17:25 Wolverhampton: Whatwouldyouknow 5.59/2 has won here six times (33%) and Inexplicable 11.010/1 has won here four times (25%).
19:30 Wolverhampton: Daafr 19.018/1 has won here three times (25%) and Russco 8.07/1 has won here twice (67%).
20:30 Wolverhampton: Doc Sportello 31.030/1 has won here twice (50%), Charming Kid 19.018/1 has won here twice (29%) and Qaaraat 31.030/1 has won here twice (6%).
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
17:03 Yarmouth: Grandfather Tom 11.010/1 has won off 76 and runs off 63.
15:28 Redcar: Benadalid 26.025/1 has won off 82 and runs off 72.
17:25 Wolverhampton: Whatwouldyouknow 5.59/2 has won off 67 and runs off 57.
20:30 Wolverhampton: Charming Kid 19.018/1 has won off 77 and has won off 65, Qaaraat 31.030/1 has won off 62 and runs off 46 and Doc Sportello 31.030/1 has won off 79 and runs off 59.
16:10 Uttoxeter: Canelo 6.05/1 has won off 142 and runs off 112.
16:55 Punchestown: Treble Cone 9.08/1 has won off 58 and runs off 47.
Alan King pops up on the miles radar today with Admiralty House 4.3100/30 making the journey from Barbury Castle to Yarmouth to the tune of 230 miles in the 10-runner 15:55 1m2f Handicap.
Group race master Owen Burrows has a rare runner at Redcar with Hello Deira 2.915/8 going 257 miles for the Lambourn yard to the north east in the 14:53 7f Nursery.
Fortunes Melody for Harry Fry makes the longest journey on the Uttoxeter card today in the 16:45 2m Handicap Hurdle at 186 miles.
The forecast is good for Redcar today so expect the good to soft to firm up to good for their seven-race card and a stack of trainers head into today's meeting with strike-rates higher than 20%. Geoff Harker is the outlier amongst the more higher profile yards that include William Haggas (23% in the last month) and Owen Burrows (22%).
Harker is 2-8 showing a level stakes profit of +17.00. He's had two seconds from his three runners this month and has just one runner on the card today in Wentworth Falls 15.014/1 who could be an each-way option for the Extra Place Special 16:03 6f Handicap. And you can now play two in the same race to place on the Sportsbook too.
Redcar bound Zak Wheatley is a rider who has won with three of his last seven mounts at 43% and a profit of +45.00. Wheatley has just the one ride too this afternoon and clearly a good chance with Simulation Theory 2.757/4 in the opening 13:43 1m Handicap in the north east. He was an easy 4L winner last time at Carlisle and looks to have a very good claim to follow up again with the 5lb penalty.
Wheatley also has a 20% record (2-10) for trainer Declan Carroll at Redcar.
Hollie Doyle has been the rider supreme at Yarmouth this season with a 9-29 record at 31% and over five years at the seaside track shows a very impressive level stakes profit of +52.93.
She has six rides today with previous Yarmouth winner Portelet Bay well backed from 6/1 into 4/1 for the 13:35 5f Handicap.
Save The World goes for the second time in the 14:10 6f Novice but was weak from 10s to 16s this morning. Timewave 5.04/1 has a better chance lining up in the 15:20 1m1f Maiden having shown ability on debut. While Romantic Time (13/2 into 11/2) is another betting positive in the feature 16:30 0-90 6f Handicap for William Stone.
Harry Dunlop may be drawing stumps on his training career at end of the year, but his numbers at the moment 3-13 at 23% with a level stakes profit of +49.50 puts him on the hot trainers' list. He has just one runner on the Wolverhampton card today in the opening 17:25 Apprentice Handicap. Point Louise 7.06/1 is looking for her second AW win and has come down to an attainable mark of 55 with Saffie Osborne on.
Davy Probert is the leading rider this year at Dunstall Park with 14-65 at 22%. Probert's best chance is newcomer Maharajas Express, a horse very strong in the betting today from 2/1 into 11/8 for trainer Richard Spencer in the 20:00 6f Maiden. The 2yo has a couple of AW winners in his pedigree too.
Jumping at Uttoxeter will give us a rare summer glimpse of Nico De Boinville, who isn't one for slogging around the tracks from August to September. He's only had four rides in the last month and two have won at 50% with a profit of +14.50 and is 2-2 from his most recent mounts.
He has two rides today at the Midlands venue with Progressive for Nicky Henderson in the 16:45 2m Handicap Hurdle and favourite Buttsbury Lady 4.3100/30 in the finale 17:17 2m4f Handicap Hurdle - also for Henderson.
Nigel Twiston-Davies is also 3-7 in the last month on the hot list at 42%, while Harry Fry is 1-2 at 50% on the same list in the last month and Fry's Fortunes Melody has a chance to convert a string of seconds in the 16:45 2m Mares' Handicap Hurdle
Damian English has had a winner from two runners in the last month at 50% and his stable star Geological 10.09/1 runs in the 14:35 1m Handicap at Punchestown and he's remarkably running for the 142nd time. What a horse. This is also an Extra Place Special on the Sportsbook.
Race of the day
While not the race of the day, the most expensive horse of the afternoon is Gulf Of Mexico in the Punchestown 14:00 1m Maiden for Aidan O'Brien - a horse who cost 1.1m guineas.
He was behind stablemate Cairo on his debut and ran very green, and with a stack of big race entries is rather unsurprisingly odds-on at 8/13. O'Brien also has newcomer Duke Cador in the same race. A positive bargain basement buy at 340,000 in comparison!
In terms of quality in the UK, the Yarmouth 16:30 6f Fillies' Handicap provides the best action for 0-90 class.
Four of the eight are from the 3yo group and William Haggas' Tarhib 2.26/5 is a well-bred lightly raced filly who could appreciate the easier ground this afternoon. She cost 1,050,000gns as a yearling but hasn't stood an awful lot of racing as a 4yo and ran at Chelmsford in a 0-95 last time out following wind surgery.
While she didn't look quick enough there, the easier ground could be key to her chances as she won at Yarmouth as a novice last winter in fine style without ever coming off the bridle. Haggas is only 1-11 this season at the track, which is somewhat of a surprise.
William Stone's Romantic Time 6.05/1 is a bigger price and the Time Test filly is a lot more battle-hardened with seven runs already this term.
She is on a good mark now down to 88, and I do like top weights with marks tumbling. She won the Group 3 Dick Poole has a juvenile at Salisbury last term and has been competing in some good races in 2022 without success. She has form on quick and heavy and is a rock-solid each-way play with the eight runners, while Stone and Doyle's stats highlighted earlier for Stat Of The Day are worth bearing in mind.
Ed Walker's Makarova might not enjoy the ground if it remains on the softer side, although she is down in class from a 0-100 last time out and local trainer Chris Wall's Kingmania is another who is untested on a softer surface.
Big race verdict
I toyed with the idea of Romantic Time each-way with the eight runners on the Sportsbook, but Tarhib looked such a good horse winning at Yarmouth as a novice. She ran two quick sectionals at Lingfield last term with both sub-11 seconds, and ran the fastest at the track last October in the final furlong with a race finish speed of 105%. A smallish field could lead to a tactical race, and while I try to ignore hype horses with expensive pedigrees, the ground should suit her and she is a runner with more potential than the likeable Stone runner.
Timeform offer up their trio of bets for Tuesaday at Redcar
Andrew Asquith is on Timeform duty today and he previews Tuesday's card at Redcar and includes three bets with an each-way selection at 8/1 alongside his two other selections for the day.
Click here to read Andrew's three Redcar bets
A recent train journey back into London with my friend Darran Pearce got us talking about Australian racing - a subject Darran the Dazzler knows far more about than me.
He mentioned Bell Ex One, who finished third in the Fred Winter last term for Paul Nicholls who now races over hurdles over in that part of the world. He recently won a Ballarat hurdle race worth nearly $70,000 easily and also has an entry on the Flat for Flemington worth 55K.
UK Flat trainers are very worried and nervous about quality horses being sold to Hong Kong, Australia and America for better prize money, and it could certainly filter through to the jumps. Especially with such valuable races that are not as strong as a Festival one. Plus, Australia is a great place for dual-purpose horse. It certainly could be an added worry.
And I bet not one other person on that train last week back into London were discussing Ballarat hurdlers.
Good luck for Tuesday and as usual Daryl Carter takes over for the rest of the week from Wednesday onwards.