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Market Movers with Unibet – Apr 15

Unibet Racing’s Will Petit brings us their biggest market movers and ones to watch from Monday’s racing action.

Three market movers on a busy day of racing

WINDSOR

Lily Of Year

2.00pm
12/1 from 33/1

LILY OF YEAR is a hugely unexposed 4yo who has had just one try in handicap company. She was very disappointing that day but has dropped 5lbs, has the assistence of talented 7lb claimer Scott McCullagh and drops to 6 furlongs for the first time in her career. We’ve seen plenty of each-way support.

Leo Minor

3.20pm
13/2 from 12/1

Sprinter LEO MINOR is trained by sprint-king Robert Cowell and he’s dropped to a really attractive mark. Job jockey SDS is in the plate. The yard’s horses have been running really well (without winning) but this one has been backed as if he’s set to change that. One to watch closely!

HEXHAM

Gran Paradiso

4.40pm
7/2 from 6/1

GRAN PARADISO has been smashed for this Hunters Chase at Hexham. He’s 3 from 6 for his new stable in P2P races and fell on his only Hunter Chase start for the yard when still going well. This looks a decent contest but he is at least in form and will get weight from his main market rivals thanks to a 7lb claim.

We are paying AN EXTRA PLACE on the 3.00 at Windsor, the 4.10 at Hexham, and the 5.50 at Pontefract.

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