The first Cheltenham festival market mover we are highlighting this week is the superstar Constitution Hill for Nicky Henderson who sent himself to the top of the betting for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the weekend.
The gelding looks to be a serious animal for owner Michael Buckley, with the £120,000 purchase making an extremely taking rules debut at Sandown in December.
He had been seen once in a point to point before his rules debut, when finishing a head second in what might turn out to be a smart P2P.
Heading to Sandown in a Novices' Hurdle, he cruised next to the favourite Might I for Harry Fry, who is a good horse in his own right, and having jumped the last impeccably he went on to take the event by 14 lengths.
This saw Constitution Hill go from a 40/1 outsider for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle to then the general 4/1 second favourite.
Targeted at the Grade One Tolworth Hurdle, he was seen at the track on Saturday and tsaking on five other runners, he never came off the bridle to power clear by 12 lengths in testing conditions.
This has now seen him move again, from 4/1 into 9/4 favourite, with some firms going 7/4.