Unibet Racing’s Will Petit brings us their biggest market moves and ones to watch from Saturday’s racing action.
It’s a huge day of racing in Ireland and the traders report the markets are very lively!
4/1 from 9/2
COMMANDER OF FLEET is a popular favourite as punters look to get the two day Dublin Racing Festival off to the best possible start. He was highly tried latest when maybe finding 2 miles too sharp and the fact his shrewd handler keeps him in at this level bodes well.
12/1 from 16/1
PETIT MOUCHOIR is another Gigginstown horse that we’ve seen money for today in the Irish Champion Hurdle. Apple’s Jade is the favourite but this trip is sharper than she’s used to and punters are looking elsewhere. Petit Mouchoir is a Grade 1 winner over this trip, and a Uniber Champion Hurdle third, so he no doubt has the ability. A lively outsider should the favourite fail to fire.Jetez
8/1 from 12/1
This looks a wide open Handicap Hurdle and it’s JETEZ, for Unibet ambassador Jessica Harrington, that we’ve seen the most money for. He was a good second in a Grade 2 latest, and won his previous handicap start, so he’s definitely going the right way. There could be more to come and punters have chanced him each-way in a race we are paying an EXTRA PLACE on.
We are also paying an EXTRA PLACE on the 4.20pm at Leopardstown
13/2 from 9/1
We’re paying TWO EXTRA PLACES on this race and, as such, it’s been lively. Irish raider FOLSOM BLUE has been smashed with us under Champion Jockey Dickie Johnson as Gordon Elliott looks to cause our traders yet more problems! He’s 2lbs lower than when fourth in this race last year so he looks a solid each-way play. He’ll stay all the way up the hill too in what is likely to be testing conditions.
Prices subject to change.