The National Hunt season is well underway and the action continues with racing in Wales on Tuesday.
Paddy Power trader Conor Magner has picked out a delightful double to try and get the good times rolling this week, first looking at a hotly-contested Novices’ Handicap Chase at Chepstow before turning his attention to the Enjoy Ownership at Stockton Hall Handicap Hurdle at Bangor.
Check out Conor’s chat with Paddy Power TV’s Graham Temple in the video below.
I’m going to take a chance on WAYFINDER for Rebecca Curtis, who is one of Wales’ finest trainers. This horse came up in the Irish point-to-point scene and has had a bit of a low-key career so far but he’s going chasing now off what looks like a pretty lenient mark.
He’s going to relish conditions and is still only a six-year-old so is open to improvement and should be a horse that is able to climb the handicap ranks.
Dan Skelton has really picked up the pace with his horses lately and one I’m going to give another chance to is MEEP MEEP.
She seemed to be well-fancied for a race at Market Rasen earlier in the season – she disappointed that day but I think she came back with a small injury, looking at the race report. The market that day suggests she’s ahead of her mark and we can give her another chance here with the yard on fire.
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Our Welsh racing double for Tuesday
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