Today's movers come from the Curragh, Chester and Goodwood.
At the Curragh, in the 14:10 Listed sprint, there's been good money for the English raider Cay Verde. Mick Channon's two-year-old was very impressive in an Ascot maiden and on the back of that has been supported into 3.65 from 5.24/1. Aiden O'Brien has a great record in this race but he's been quoted as saying his two-year-olds have been held up and are slow to come to hand this year. Liberating, whose form ties in with that, is worth taking on. Cay Verde looks one of the leading early two year olds.
In the 16:00 at Chester, there's been a drift on Eton Forever from 3.052/1 to 3.711/4. This five-year-old usually finds himself going off at a short price but he's failed in some good races. He carries top weight here and will probably find this task somewhat easier. He still doesn't look fantastically handicapped off 103 and his fifth at Doncaster, where he won the year before, probably sums him up. The second favourite, Louis The Pious has been well supported against him and looks progressive, likely to improve for this ground.
Aye Aye Digby has been well supported from 7.413/2 into 6.05/1 in the 17:00 at Goodwood. He looks in good form this year after taking a claimer at Lingfield easily. Immediately after that race, his trainer nominated this handicap as his target. It's an obvious choice for the seven-year-old as it's limited to six-year-olds and over. The horse is 6lbs lower than his all-weather mark and below all his winning handicap marks, which include a course and distance success, so everything looks in place for a big run.
Back Cay Verde @ 3.65 in the 14:10 @ Curragh
Lay Eton Forever @ 3.711/4 in the 16:00 @ Chester
Back Aye Aye Digby @ 6.05/1 in the 17:00 @ Goodwood