Follow The Money: Back big mover Sharaarah to triumph at Wolverhampton

Sharaarah runs at Wolverhampton this afternoon

Today's Follow The Money movers come from the meetings at Towcester and Wolverhampton.

"Handler David O’Meara has earned himself a reputation for improving horses from other stables and today’s money would suggest that Sharaarah will be one to add to that list."

Back Sharaarah @ 5.14/1 Wolverhampton 16:50 

Our first selection runs in the handicap hurdle at 15:00 in which Meridiem has been supported in to 5.69/2 from 10.519/2. With all three wins to his name over course and distance plus three place efforts from just seven attempts, the gelding will be looking to make amends for his one mishap which came last week when unseating at the second. Punters clearly think that he will do so.    

On an afternoon bereft of obvious drifters Officer In Command has been weak in the 15:50 Wolverhampton, moving from an early 4.57/2 out to 5.79/2. Despite a penchant for claimers (first two all four tries) there has been significant support for his two main rivals, both of which have, unlike our selection demonstrated a liking to this course.    

Our final selection also comes at Wolverhampton where, in the 16:50 Sharaarah has shortened from 8.88/1 in to 5.14/1. Handler David O'Meara has earned himself a reputation for improving horses from other stables and today's money would suggest that this will be one to add to that list. Formerly with Ed Dunlop, the filly landed a maiden on Kempton's all weather course and also ran well in a couple of soft ground efforts before changing hands. At what is still a backable price we can't let this one get away.   

Recommended Bets

Back Meridiem @ 5.69/2 Towcester 15:00
Lay Officer In Command @ 5.79/2 Wolverhampton 15:50
Back Sharaarah @ 5.14/1 Wolverhampton 16:50 

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