It's three runners for Warwickshire trainer Olly Murphy on Bangor's Tuesday card and the Betfair Ambassador gives his thoughts on the trio's chances...
"She's not the biggest mare but she has a nice pedigree and she's improving nicely. "
Tuesday - Bangor-on-Dee
Each-way claims for Oscar Maguire
14:35 - Oscar Maguire
Oscar Maguire put in a slightly disappointing run last time on chasing debut after a break.
We've dropped him back in trip which should suit him. I've been please will his work since Southwell and he schooled nicely yesterday morning.
He's back in a 0-100 and should have a good each-way chance in this grade if he's able to defy carrying top-weight.
Yard debut for Vocaliser
15:05 - Vocaliser
Vocaliser has recently joined me from local trainer Robin Dickin and has settled in well.
Even though he hasn't won since March 2018, he's running off a career low mark and should still be well capable of winning.
He's still only an 8-year-old and if he's able to reproduce some of his old form, he'll have a great chance.
Weight allowance will help Mini Crest
16:05 - Mini Crest
Mini Crest has had a couple of runs in bumpers previously and she improved from first to second run when finishing third last time out.
She's not the biggest mare but she has a nice pedigree and she's improving nicely.
Oliver Sherwood's Le Boulevardier looks to be the danger here, but she has a weight allowance of 6lbs and hopefully Mini Crest can take another step forward in what looks a pretty open race.