Andrew Wootton with the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room.
Early morning money has come for the Bryan Smart trained Mandy Lexi to land the opening fillies maiden at Catterick. Mandy Lexi has the benefit of experience over the rest of her rivals having seen the racetrack four times already this year, finishing in the frame on three of those occasions.
The early money suggests that there is confidence behind Tom Eaves' mount to land the spoils at the fifth time of asking and this front running type could well prove hard to peg back.
A morning gamble has taken place on Mata Hari Blue to land the competitive seven furlong handicap at Catterick. John Holt sends his charge up from Leicestershire and the early support suggests that she's fancied to score.
Mata Hari Blue is a heartily consistent sort for the small yard and has placed on each of her last three starts.
The strong early support indicates that she's fancied to land her second victory of 2012 having already scored at Ripon. The underfoot conditions are sure to suit and a big run looks to be on the cards.
There has been significant early morning support for the Richard Hannon trained debutante Woodlandsway to land the EBF fillies maiden at Kempton later tonight.
The trainer is renowned for his exploits with two year olds although the general consensus is that his juveniles have yet to fully hit their stride so far this year but the huge early support for this daughter of Oasis Dream suggests that the corner may well be about to be turned.
Hannon has a strike rate of 27% so far this year with his juveniles at Kempton and the early money suggests that Woodlandsway could well improve on that record.