“We were seriously impressed and ‘Might Bite’ has halved his price for the Gold Cup,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
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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.
William Hill have pushed out the price of Aidan O’Brien having two grade one winners at Ascot on Champions day from 3/1 to 4/1, but he is evens to have one winner on the day.
William Hill can report a sustained gamble on The New One to win the Welsh champion Hurdle on Saturday and his price has dropped from 6/1 to 4/1. As a result he is now the joint 4/1 favourite alongside Clyne. Chesterfield & San Benedeto are next at 6/1, with Sire de Grugy popular at
Ryan Moore’s decision to go with Happily in the race has seen the price crash from 7/2 to 2/1.