RIGHT about time some of these price drifts were put forward and questions asked, YIPP sure sure it's the BOOKMAKERS that price horses up not the yard but So Many times prices are short in the evening before race day, then hours and minutes before said race the price drifts like a BARGE!
Surely this is never a coincidence and when a horse in question does drift ''bookmakers shoving out with confidence'' it's on information received, YES a member or two will come back with.......What about when it drifts and wins, fair point i say BUT for every drift and WIN - you will find 20 that flop exactly as the market hinted it would.
Talking out my pocket on this one but i backed Movewiththetimes today in the 12:45 at Cheltenham, last night he was mostly 10/11 - 4/5
Wasn't a penny for him and he was sent off 11/8 - He ran exactly to his drifting price suggested.
To quote Gambler Harry Findlay..............................When a fancied horse drifts in price it's like the bookmakers have found out the horse has stood on glass.
I'll be having my moan and grown on this thread over such blatant ''Horse not even at the start BUT you won't be winning'' Coincidental drifts.
And that wasn't Barry Geraghty's best ride, he's looking past it these days, YEH i said it, PAST IT, a blind man could see he was too far back 70% of the race.