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Donald McCain: The verdict on my Bangor trio

Donald has three live chances at his local track on Sunday
Donald has three live chances at his local track on Sunday

"it was testament to his (Classic Move) talent that he was able to finish as close as he did in a decent race at Haydock last time having pulled far too hard throughout...."

Three runners for Donald at his local track and all of them look to have a decent chance...


14.10 Bangor

Classic Move

He's got bags of ability - he showed that in bumpers - and I suppose it was testament to that talent that he was able to finish as close as he did in a decent race at Haydock last time having pulled far too hard throughout. We need to get him to settle better if he's to fulfil that potential and I will leave it to Jason to do what he feels is right. This looks a very winnable race but the main priority is getting him to do things in a more relaxed fashion.


14.40 Bangor

Benzanno

I know he has won in the mud on the Flat but I just have it in the back of my mind that it might be testing enough for him now he goes over hurdles - he's quite a free-going sort at home and we do need to try and get him to settle. Perhaps he'll be better on the track and I am not unduly concerned about his hurdling - his schooling has been very good to this point.


15.40 Bangor

Cloudante

She's a handy mare by Cloudings who is a sire I have plenty of time for and she won the second of her two starts in Irish points last month. You never quite know what's in these races but she shows a fair bit and home and I would like to think she would be up to winning a normal bumper.


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21 December 2013

Donald McCain

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