Market Movers with Unibet – Jan 22

Unibet’s racing trader Will Petit brings us their biggest market moves and ones to watch from Tuesday’s racing action.


Arthur’s Secret
7/2 from 5/1

With two winners and a second from his last four runners, the Sandy Thompson yard is in red hot form and punters are backing ARTHUR’S SECRET to continue that run this afternoon. The 9yo has been in good form this season and has also been eased a couple of pounds for his last run. This race looks winnable and another solid effort will see him there or thereabouts again today.


Working Class
7/2 from 6/1

WORKING CLASS has been supported each-way for what looks a very open contest at Leicester. A winner two starts back, and placed latest, the 5yo maintains his relationship with talented claimer Harrison Beswick. Looks a likely type.


7/2 from 13/2

Ben Haslam’s course and distance winner EPEIUS has been well backed, our traders report. Second on his last start here, the 6yo clearly has a liking for the track with a number of really good efforts here and punters will be hoping for a repeat, especially as we are paying an EXTRA PLACE on this race!

We are also paying an EXTRA PLACE on the 4.15pm at Leicester.


Mister Fisher
Supreme Novices Hurdle
10/1 from 12/1

Unibet ambassador Nicky Henderson’s MISTER FISHER scored in fine fashion last weekend and with The Festival’s curtain raiser now just seven weeks away, our traders report that he has been nibbled for the race with us this morning.

Al Dancer
Supreme Novices Hurdle
10/1 from 12/1

Another horse on the mover for the same race is AL DANCER who looks set to take in the Betfair Hurdle first. He’s favourite for that race, and the likes of Ballyandy, My Tent Or Yours and Kalashnikov all won the race en route to big runs in the Supreme. If Nigel Twiston-Davies’ charge wins the valuable Newbury Handicap, as many think he might (and Novice hurdlers have a good record!), the 10/1 won’t be available…..

As ever, prices are subject to change.

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