Today's movers come from the meetings at Wolverhampton and Chepstow.
"Graham Lee returns for the first time since his last win and cheekpieces have been reapplied which have proved very successful in the past for this gelding."
We start at Wolverhampton for the 14:30 handicap over five furlongs and Steelcut is showing some nice support into 5.95/1 from 7.87/1. Mark Buckley's nine-year-old has a number factors going for him today. From 12 starts his record over course and distance reads four wins, three seconds and a third. Graham Lee returns for the first time since his last win and cheekpieces have been reapplied which have proved very successful in the past for this gelding.
We stay at Wolverhampton for our next positive move and Tebee's Oasis is now trading at 3.7511/4 from 5.32 in the 15:35 handicap over a mile-and-a-half. John Gosden's filly is a half-sister to Sunpass who improved for experience last year for the yard and Tebee's Oasis looks like she could be a similar sort. She was upped in trip last time out for her first run as a three-year-old and it was a notable improvement on her two runs last year. This looks a good opportunity for her to win on her handicap debut.
Finally we head over to Chepstow for the day's negative in the 16:20 handicap chase over three miles. Seigneur Des Bois has drifted out to 3.3512/5 from 2.68/5 despite winning last time out on his first run for Tom George. Previous form suggests he is untrustworthy however. This will be his first run at Chepstow - a course which can take a bit of learning. Seigneur Des Bois faces a step up in trip and a penalty for his win, while his rivals - who are proven under today's conditions and at the course - are attracting market support.