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Saturday's market movers - Three horses making waves on Epsom Derby day

  • The betting markets are alive on the morning of the Epsom Derby
  • Twaasol has been heavily backed in the Woodcote Stakes
  • Support is starting to come from Frankie Dettori and Frankly Darling in the Ribblesdale
  • Money is also coming in for Kameko ahead of the Epsom Derby
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Frankly Darling wins The Ribblesdale Stakes. (Getty)

We take a look through the betting for all of today's ITV races from Epsom and bring you Saturday's market movers on Saturday 4th July.

With mere hours to go until the start of today's fantastic card on Epsom Derby day, the betting markets are starting to hot up. Here are three runners who's made waves in the Epsom betting this morning.

Woodcote Stakes Market Mover - Twaasol

Twaasol1:50pm Epsom Woodcote Stakes 6f2/1 INTO 13/8
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All the money in the Woodcote Stakes is coming for TWAASOL. Owen Burrows' youngster went off as a 16/1 shot on debut, but ran on well in the final furlong to win by just less than a length. Martin Harley's mount has been backed in from joint to solo-favouritism.

Epsom Oaks Market Mover - Frankly Darling

Frankly Darling3:40pm Epsom Oaks (Group 1) 1m4f7/4 INTO 13/8
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It's only dribs and drabs at the moment, but there are signs that FRANKLY DARLING could rival Love for favouritism by the time the starter sends the Epsom Oaks runners on their way. Frankie Dettori's mount announced her Epsom intentions with a smart victory in the Ribblesdale, and she's sure to see out this extended trip. Her price is only going to get shorter!

Epsom Derby Market Mover - Kameko

Kameko4:55pm Epsom Derby (Group 1) 1m4f5/1 INTO 7/2
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The very early money came for Russian Emperor, who initially moved into 5/1. However, as the morning has worn on, 2000 Guineas winner KAMEKO is starting to attract followers. Andrew Balding's charge had drifted from 4s out to 5/1 first thing, but after a mid-morning plunge, Kameko is now 7/2 with most firms. Can he land the second leg of the Triple Crown and win the 2020 Epsom Derby?

Kameko winning the 2000 Guineas. (Getty)

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