Two backs and one lay as ever. Brighton and Beverley are the venues.
"This a decent race, with a few interesting contenders, but Welsh Nayber is taken to find that bit extra needed to get past them today."
Plunge horse Amba has plenty in her favour for the 15:45 Brighton contest. The main worry would be soft-ground but the weather is good and it's possible these concerns have been over-played. In any case, early offers around 16.35 are long gone and she now trades at 7.87/1, a striking move in an eight-runner sprint where it is hard to be confident about any of her lower-rated rivals.
Not much support behind Revelette in the 16:30. These are famous colours to bring to a five runner Beverley maiden, but the market has shown little enthusiasm for her chances and the price-slide from 3.052/1 to a current 4.57/2 suggests that she hasn't impressing many people since her debut in an 18 runner Newbury maiden. Plenty of horses who finish around 7th in big-field maidens there turn out to be very good, but the money so far doesn't indicate that Revelette isn't held in much regard .
Toga Tiger is a banker for many backers, and his strength in the 17:15 market is noted but at 2.0621/20 one just wonders how much scope there is now for Follow The Money players to join in , so we'll pass on recommending him. Local trainer Amanda Perrett's runners always merit a second look at Brighton (last six runners have produced three winners there) and Welsh Nayber has been supported in solid fashion from 8.615/2 in to 7.613/2 in the market for the 16:45. This a decent race, with a few interesting contenders, but Welsh Nayber is taken to find that bit extra needed to get past them today.