Ayr play host to jumps action on Tuesday afternoon and there has been some big money come for one of the horses in the opening race.
According to the market, James Moffat looks to have a big chance at 14:10 given his runner has been backed from 13/2 into now 15/8 favouritism for this maiden hurdle contest.
Battle Of Toro, a French import, rated as highly as 99 on the flat, returned from 7 months off the track last time out to mark his debut over obstacles in a heavy grounded affair at Carlisle.
He was seemingly outpaced in the mud that day however shaped with plenty promise for a 4th placed finish and a return to better ground today, second time up, should see him to much better effect, especially now stripping fitter for his returning run.
He's the least exposed runner in this lineup and could amount to be just about anything in terms of quality; the positive market signals show that he may just be above this field.