• 16:20 Best Odds At Handicap Chase3m 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Off time: 16:20:35
16:20 Bangor-on-Dee Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Sagalyrique (FR) 4/1
2nd Michigan d'Isop (FR) 13/8


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 421P11 Orange, Grey cross belts Winsley Hill 176
Distance Winner
8 11-12 N P Mulholland W T Kennedy 128 6/17.00
2 4-02153 Mauve and pink check, white sleeves, pink cap Sagalyrique (FR) 43
Beaten Favourite
6 11-7 p A King Wayne Hutchinson 123 4/15.00
3 1F1P/4P- Maroon, light blue epaulets, light blue sleeves, maroon stars, quartered cap Arnold Layne (IRE) 531
Course WinnerDistance Winner
11 11-4 Mrs Caroline Bailey A Thornton 120 4/15.00
4 531767 Orange, Black triple diamond, Black and Orange diabolo on sleeves, Orange cap, Black diamond Flake 28
Distance Winner
10 11-4 Mrs S J Smith Giles Hawkins (5) 120 11/26.50
5 1U2323 DARK BLUE, YELLOW cross belts, RED and WHITE striped cap Michigan d'Isop (FR) 22
Course Winner
10 10-5 B Ryall Ian Popham (5) 107 13/82.62


SAGALYRIQUE ran well in a much better race than this last time and gets the vote to go a couple of places better here; Winsley Hill may take second ahead of Michigan d'Isop. Alan King has generally had a season to forget but he's had a few winners this month and we think another awaits with this son of Sagacity, who won a reasonable contest at Taunton in December. That was off a mark of 110 and he's now 13lbs higher but that didn't stop the horse taking a solid third in a race that has worked out well last time, so he's the percentage call. Winsley Hill arrives in rude health and will give his all in bidding for the hat-trick. He is at his best when the ground is quick so looks set to have his conditions, but he's been off just short of six months and will need to be at his best to land this off a 5lb higher mark. Michigan d'Isop is fairly treated having gone well in a good race last time and his record here reads 3-1, so if the aforementioned pair aren't on their game he'll likely be there to pick up the pieces ahead of Flake who is a bit slow and needs it softer and Arnold Layne, a well treated horse but one that has been off for 18 months. A case of sorts can be made for all of these but none make more appeal than Sagalyrique.