Follow The Money: Cadet to leave rivals all at Sea
Today's Follow The Money comes from the meetings at Bath and Kempton...
Our first mover of the day is a negative in the Bath 13:30 where Mark Johnston's Skytrain has drifted from [2.26] out to [2.82]. The son of Exceed and Excel has failed to impress the punters with his first two starts at York and Wolverhampton and could stand a better chance once handicapping. The opposition is light in numbers but both Mick Channon's Silcas Dream and the Paul Cole trained Keep The Dream come in to the race unexposed and the market speaks favourably for the latter who runs in the famous Mrs Fitri Hay colours.
Our first positive mover of the day comes in the 14:15 2m Juvenile Hurdle at Kempton where the Tim Vaughan trained Third Half has attracted good money, cutting his price from [7.4] in to [4.7]. Rated 72 when trained on the Flat by Tom Dascombe this son of Haafhd has some useful hurdle form to his name already having got off the mark easily at Worcester and finding just the Donald McCain trained Indepub too good next time. Followers of our selection will be hoping this experience can help him out jump some of the classy looking newcomers and looks to have more to fear from the hat-trick seeking Fisher.
Our final selection and biggest mover of the day is in the Kempton 15:50 where good money for Sea Cadet has seen his price fall from [29.0] in to [9.2].
Laura Mongan's inmate comes in to the race looking for his first win in nearly three years but did show signs of a revival with an improved effort over hurdles on his latest start. The recent hurdles spin would of put this son of Slip Anchor spot on for this from a fitness perspective and being two pounds below his last winning mark with useful claiming jockey Nathan Adams taking off a further 10lb he could be involved at the finish.