Betfair Ambassador Olly Murphy discusses his four runners at Bangor on Tuesday including a sold each-way chance in the closing race of the afternoon...
"Del Duque won on his handicap debut at Uttoxeter last month and I think a step up to 2m 7f will suit him well."
The Wolf is one to beat
12:40 - The Wolf
The Wolf makes his reappearance after a break, having run well in the Albert Bartlett back in March. He looks well in at the weights and three miles around this track will suit him well.
With only two runners, he looks the one to beat, and we plan to go chasing with him after this.
Step back up in trip will suit
13:10 - The Butcher Said
The Butcher Said lost nothing in defeat on his last start at Uttoxeter earlier this month. The step back up to three miles here will suit him well and I'm looking forward to running him again.
He has to carry a penalty, conceding 6lbs to his rivals. If the race doesn't come too soon after Uttoxeter, he should put his experience over fences to good use.
Hit-and-miss Dancer must sharpen up
13:40 - Valentino Dancer
Valentino Dancer has been disappointing so far this season and has generally been quite hit-and-miss. He needs to bring his A-game here to be competitive and is still 4lbs higher than his last winning mark.
We've left the headgear off on this occasion which can hopefully have the desired effect, and he will appreciate the good ground.
In-form Del Duque has each-way chance
15:55 - Del Duque
Del Duque won on his handicap debut at Uttoxeter last month and I think a step up to 2m 7f will suit him well. He ran well at this track in July and although it's only his second start in this company, hopefully he is still on an upward curve.
He is in good form at home and he looks to have a solid each-way chance here, with David England keeping the ride.