The markets have been reviewed, and today's three Follow The Money selections come from the meetings at Goodwood and Catterick...
In Goodwood's opener at 13:45, Remote is uneasy to back on his belated reappearance, drifting from 2.35 out to 2.6413/8. Kingman's half-brother was a very exciting three-year-old, winning a Group 3 on only his fourth start. If he resumes in a similar vein he will take a lot of beating here but he is unlikely to be cherry ripe after 702 days off the course and his sights are on Royal Ascot in a few weeks' time. All in all he is one to take on here at a short price and a lay is the call.
Boite has been the subject of sustained support in the 16:05 Goodwood, now available at 6.05/1 having traded all rates from 12.011/1 down. He's on a very dangerous mark, some 9lb lower than when a good fifth in a competitive handicap over course and distance at the Glorious meeting. His current well-being is assured with some excellent efforts in Novice hurdles this spring and everything looks In place for a big run.
The final back comes in the finale at Catterick (17:20). Pea Shooter has strengthened from 8.27/1 in to 5.24/1. He's dropped to a good mark and is well drawn to attack from stall 4 and can land the spoils for his trainer who does well here. His stamina isn't bombproof but on fast ground and at this sharp track, he can make all.
Lay Remote at 2.6413/8 in the 13:45 Goodwood
Back Boite at 6.05/1 in the 16:05 Goodwood
Back Pea Shooter at 5.24/1 in the 17:20 Catterick
Follow The Money 2015 P/L
Staked: 358 pts
Returned: 403.25 pts
P/L: + 45.25 pts
Based on prices at time of publication, calculated before commission. Correct to end of April.