Firstly, TRIBAL CRAFT, running at the 16:55 in Salisbury, has moved from 10/1 into a best cost of 5/1 and as short as 9/2. This exciting three-year-old has really had a very good debut season, winning two novice races. The very first of those 2 wins was at Salisbury, so she’s class form and has been demonstrated to be versatile winning on both soft and decent floor. Her run out time at Goodwood was strong enough, she had been unlucky in conducting and stayed on well to finish seventh. She will be hoping for a simpler passage through today with David Probert on-board who’s taken her past few rides. There is a whole lot to like about this filly and trainer Andrew Balding will probably be expecting a major run. It’s simple to see why there has been some decent money for her today. Second, BYE BYE O BYE, who runs in the 17:15 in Tramore has stalled from 12/1, into 5/1 best price and as short as 4/1 in locations. This veteran twelve-year-old horse has seen plenty of money come in to him today. He’s had a nice season up to now, landing two handicaps in July to go flying up the weights. He just appears to be getting better with age. He loves Tramore, having won before as well as a very good moment several seasons ago. He falls back in excursion marginally today, which punters expect will fit him. The final mover of this day is MYTHIC, that runs in the 18:00 at Leopardstown, who had been 7/4 before in the betting, is now a best price of 11/10 and is odds-on in places. She’s only had one race within her career, and it was a very good third supporting a great deal more fancied stable mate Petite Mustique. It seems she bumped right into a very wise kind that afternoon, and now’s task is deemed far easier. She seems a winner in waiting, using the progeny suggesting she should be a group horse punctually. Donnacha O’Brien is firing from the winners at the moment and he takes the ride and the Aidan O’Brien yard are hoping that this promising filly can discard her maiden tag today.