Today's Follow The Money movers come from the meetings at Bath and Lingfield
"A drop back in trip from an ideal inside draw this afternoon should be in her favour."
Our first mover is in Bath's opener at 14:20 where Marishi Ten has been supported in to 2.747/4 from 4.03/1. Andrew Balding's three-year-old makes only her second racecourse appearance this afternoon having run with promise when finishing fourth in a conditions event at Newbury last year. That form looks solid with those finishing in front of her having all won a race so she must go close in a weaker event today if fit after a break.
To Lingfield for our next selection where there has been a bit of a move for Epic Charm in the 16:00 contest from an early 14.5 in to 10.09/1. This one makes her handicap debut this afternoon off a lowly mark having not shown a great deal in three maiden starts. She did, however, perform better than the finishing position suggested at Newbury last time out when showing plenty of early pace before weakening in the last couple of furlongs. The drop back in trip from an ideal inside draw this afternoon should be in her favour.
We remain at Lingfield for our final mover where Hanzada has been easy to back in the 16:30, moving from an early 2.89/5 to 4.1. Ed Dunlop's filly ran well when not beaten far on both starts to date last year over today's trip at Kempton. She does however have the outside draw, and some promising rivals to contend with this afternoon so a lay looks the call.