Today's Follow the Money comes from Bath, Uttoxeter and Sandown.
"Fadhaa has run well at this track in the past, finishing runner-up on both occasions."
We start with the 14:10 at Bath where Play Street has drifted from 2.89/5 out to 3.9. A winner at Newbury earlier this month, she made all over 1m2f in testing conditions, but the way the field finished strung out could mean punters have doubts over the form. She also has to prove she will handle today's faster going and cope with an 8lbs raise. In short, Play Street looks a favourite worth taking on today.
Next we move to Uttoxeter and the 14:50 where Home Run has been well supported from 7.26/1 in to 3.211/5. David Pipe's runner was sent off favourite for his handicap debut way back in January but ran poorly. Nevertheless, he showed good ability on the flat in Germany, so it wouldn't be surprising if we saw a much better performance today. He has been given a long break and, with today's faster going likely to be in his favour, punters are prepared to give him another chance.
Our final selection is from Sandown and in the 15:40 where Fadhaa has been backed from 9.89/1 in to 6.05/1. The Charlie Hills-trained four-year-old doesn't inspire much confidence on his efforts so far this season and has only one win in ten starts. But he has run well at this track in the past, finishing runner-up on both occasions. Paul Hanagan takes the ride for the first time today and he is also taking a drop in class today, so the market support suggest he could run well.