Follow The Money: Yarmouth backs, Lingfield lays

Will it pay to oppose Frankie Dettori and Saeed bin Suroor today?

Today's Follow The Money bets come from the meetings at Lingfield and Yarmouth.

"The market suggests Flynn's Boy is ready to strike again."

Back Flynn’s Boy @ 3.259/4 in the 15:50 at Yarmouth

We start today's column at Yarmouth where Five Star Junior has been backed from 8.615/2 in to 6.611/2 in the 6f handicap at 15:15. Linda Stubbs' gelding hasn't won on turf for more than two years but is starting to look well handicapped as a result. Darryl Holland will be hoping to keep him closer to the pace today after being set an impossible task last time when finishing two-and a half lengths behind Soap Wars. Underfoot conditions look ideal for this hold-up performer and granted a strong pace punters could collect.

We stay at Yarmouth for our next positive where Flynn's Boy has been heavily supported 6.05/1 in to 3.259/4 in the 15:50. Rae Guest's charge was last seen running a close fourth over today's course and distance in what looks a stronger race than he encounters today. The Tobougg-gelding's last win was off the same mark as today and the market suggests he is ready to strike again.

Our final mover for the day is Mizbah in the 17:10 at Lingfield and his price has drifted from 3.259/4 out to 3.814/5. This son of Dubai Destination has found winning a hard task to master with only one success to his name from 12 starts and the slide in price suggests he could be worth opposing again today. Saeed Bin Suroor has his string in good order but he might have to wait until another day to watch a second career victory for this well-related gelding.

Recommended Bets
Back Five Star Junior @ 6.611/2 in the 15:15 at Yarmouth
Back Flynn's Boy @ 3.259/4 in the 15:50 at Yarmouth
Lay Mizbah @ 3.65 in the 17:10 at Lingfield

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