Following the decision not to enter Sizing John in the King George, William Hill have trimmed Bristol De Mai from 4/1 to 7/2.
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The Paul Nicholls trained Clan des Obeaux is joint 6/1 favourite to win the big race at Cheltenham this weekend alongside Starchitect. It comes on the day when Paul Nicholls has been cut from 2/1 to 7/4 to win the trainers championship.
Bookmakers William Hill can report that serious support for both Blaklion (3/1) and Douvan (4/5) to win their races at the weekend and it is 13/2 that that they both deliver.
“We were seriously impressed and ‘Might Bite’ has halved his price for the Gold Cup,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Royal Line continues to be the best backed horse for the November Handicap and the price is now 13/2 from 15/2.
The Melbourne cup is a favourite with British customers and as a number of key fancies drift, it is Rekindling that is proving popular and Hills have trimmed his price from 14/1 to 12/1.
William Hill have trimmed the price of Aidan O’Brien beating the Bobby Frankel record of Group 1 wins from 4/6 to 4/7 after he confirmed four runners in the Racing Post Trophy. Saxon Warrior is the 7/4 favourite with The Pentagon offered at 4/1.
The Breeders’ Cup meeting looks like a fantastic few days with the clash between Gun Runner (2/1) and Arrogate (9/4) the highlight of the meeting. Meanwhile it is 15/8 that we see three European winners and it is 13/8 that Aidan O’Brien wins two of the thirteen races.
After a solid run on Tuesday William Hill had left Yanworth unchanged at 7/1 to win a race at Cheltenham but clearly punters were more impressed and have piled in and the price is now 6/1.
William Hill predict that next flat season will be dominated by this year’s key players with Silvestre De Sousa 1/3 to be top jockey and Aidan O’Brien 2/7 to win the trainers championship.