Today's Follow The Money movers come from the meetings at York and Lingfield.
"Reportedly working well of late, he will surely have improved over the winter with the extra furlong also helping his cause.
Back Tawaasul @ 2.6213/8 Lingfield 15:55"
We start at York for the six furlong handicap at 14:00 where the aptly-named York Glory is now trading at 6.86/1 from 9.08/1 for Kevin Ryan and Philip Makin. He was very progressive last year as a three year-old finishing first or second on eight of his ten starts. He won at York's Ebor meeting and was unlucky in the Portland Handicap, a race from which the form has been well franked. He is likely to improve further as a four year-old and could possibly be a Group horse by the end of the year.
We stay at York, with the 14:30 Group Three Musidora Stakes for the day's negative which comes in the shape of John Gosden's The Fugue who finished fourth in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket last time out. While that run enforced the promise of her two-year old debut, it was only 11 days ago and she was also struck into during the race. She will appreciate the step up in trip but comes up against a promising Aidan O'Brien filly that has had a decent break from her seasonal debut. Punters clearly feel she will have to wait another day to get her head in front as she now trades at 2.942/1 from 2.245/4.
Finally we go to Lingfield for the 15:55 Maiden Stakes over one mile and Tawaasul is showing strong support into 2.6213/8 from 4.3100/30. William Haggas' three-year-old finished second to a horse who subsequently won again last week. He travelled well that day and was not knocked about. Reportedly working well of late, he will surely have improved over the winter with the extra furlong also helping his cause.
Back York Glory @ 6.86/1 York 14:00
Lay The Fugue @ 2.942/1 York 14:30
Back Tawaasul @ 2.6213/8 Lingfield 15:55