There seems to have been some big money put down ahead of some of the racing at Chester today and we have highlighted one runner that has undergone some serious market support.
The horse in question is the Grant Tuer trained Libby Ami who has seen her evening odds of 9/2 cut into as short as 2/1 ahead of her 10f fillies' handicap contest this afternoon.
Libby Ami, a daughter of The Gurkha, has made a solid start to life at the Grant Tuer yard after recently making the move from John Quinn's stable.
She won a class 6 contest on stable debut at Carlisle over the mile before subsequently stepping up 10f at Newcastle on the all-weather resulting in a neck 3rd placed finish.
She kept up that strong form last time out when raised to a class 4 handicap, finishing 2nd back down at the mile trip at Haydock, keeping on at the line and shaping as though she is ready to once more relish the step back up to 10f.
The 3yo holds plenty potential for another big run now on her second career attempt at the 10f trip and she drops down into a class 5, running off a fair weight for the contest.
Market support is a big plus here and she's clearly well fancied for another big effort.