Back THREE William Buick favourites at Leicester at a huge boosted 16-1 with Paddy Power

THE race for the jockey title is really hotting up – and William Buick could make a huge dent in Oisin Murphy's lead on Tuesday.

He has a full book of eight rides at Leicester.

And Paddy Power are offering a huge boost on three of his favourites.

You can back Parlando (1.30), Porsche Cavalier (2.05) and Mayson (3.15) all to win at a whopping 16-1.

That's a healthy boost on the 12-1 the price for the treble was originally.

Buick was the victim of some rotten luck at Wolverhampton yesterday.

After riding a winner in the first on Pocket The Profit he then came eighth in the next on Amalfi Bay before three of his mounts in a row were withdrawn.

Poet was withdrawn after bolting to post and Twilight Secret and Infrared were withdrawn on vet's advice.

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Lightning really shouldn't strike twice in this instance though and Buick can claw back the six-win deficit to Buick with some nice rides.

The Charlie Appleby-trained Parlando runs in the seven furlong novice stakes off 15-8.

John and Thady Gosden's Kennet looks the main danger at 10-3 there.

Porsche Cavalier will contest the Class 3 six furlong contest, where at 7-4 the two-year-old sits ahead of 15-8 Symphony Perfect in the betting.

The Ed Dunlop-trained Maysong looks the pick of the trio and is odds-on 10-11 in the seven furlong Class 5 at 3.15.

Rossa Ryan and Richard Hannon team up with 5-1 Lexington Force to provide the main opposition there.

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