First up at Doncaster, it’s DANCING VEGA. Starting out at 10/3, she’s now as short as 7/4 in places, at a best price of 2/1. A €150,000 half-sister to two winners, Ralph Beckett’s 2-year-old filly has strong connections and should make an interesting debut here.
Next we have LADY FREYJA in the 16:35 at Newbury. Originally priced at 7/1, the odds have shortened to 10/3 with some bookies, available at a best price of 4/1. A winner at Newmarket earlier in the summer, John Ryan’s charge was placed in a Class 2 sprint at HQ more recently and goes in a lower grade today.
Finally in the 19:00 at Dundalk, it’s JUPITER ROAD. Priced at 7/2 when markets opened, he’s now been slashed to 5/4 with some, at a best price of 2/1. The son of Charm Spirit and a half-brother to the Listed-placed Morning Post cost 110,000gns as a foal and almost double that as a yearling. This will be his debut for Joseph O’Brien and with that pedigree it’s no wonder he’s fancied to make a winning start.