The first horse that has seen improved market support over the last few days is the Gordon Elliott trained Battleoverdoyen for the Gigginstown House Stud team.
This six year old was a very reliable hurdler last season that won his first four races over flights in remarkable style, taking the Group One Novice Hurdle at Naas before heading to Cheltenham.
At the festival he was highly fancied to take the Ballymore Novices Hurdle going off as the 3/1 favourite but unfortunately flopped and was pulled up before the finish.
After that Elliott decided that he would be sent novice chasing this season with the RSA Chase at Cheltenham in March the most likely target.
With that in mind he made his chase debut on Sunday at Galway and got back to his old winning style when trouncing the field and looking a natural over the bigger obstacles.
He breezed aside a decent field of runners to take the beginners chase and saw his odds be smashed in for the RSA at Prestbury Park being 33/1 before the race and is now 12/1.
He looks a hugely talented first timer over hurdles and should have a a bright future this season.