Thursday’s Bangor-On-Dee racing tips: Clondaw Promises much for Jonjo O’Neill

It going to be a banger at Bangor on Thursday, January 13 as Planet Sport brings you some wonder-picks from the Welsh track. Jonjo O’Neill can’t promise a win but Clondaw should go close.

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Here's a list of Planet Sport's super six from Bangor-On-Dee.

Kingston King (13.30 Bangor)

Clondaw Promise (14.00 Bangor)

Barrowdale (14.30 Bangor)

Green Vault (15.00 Bangor)

Oxwich Bay (15.30 Bangor)

Corey's Courage (16.00 Bangor)

And the following is just a snippet of why Planet Sport's three top picks are banging choices at Bangor.

14.00 Bangor - Clondaw Promise

Jonjo O'Neill is chasing the hat-trick with this eight-year-old by Gold Well in the Stella Artois Handicap Chase.

A winner of his last two starts, Clondaw Promise was most recently victorious at Uttoxeter where he won gamely by a length from Mille Sussurri.

Before that came an even more impressive win at Lingfield where he put six and half lengths between himself and Suzy Smith's Animal.

The step up to three miles shouldn't be a problem for the gelding which has been campaigned at stamina sapping trips in the past.

Top claiming professional Kevin Brogan takes off three pounds with this Clondaw promising to impress.

15.30 Bangor - Oxwich Bay

Evan Williams travels from his base in South Wales to Bangor in the North carrying a solid chance with Oxwich Bay in the Corona Beer Handicap Hurdle.

The 10-year-old hit real form before his summer break, winning a Sedgefield chase over two miles and five furlongs.

The experienced gelding never got going at Chepstow last time out but still finished fourth of ten and his stamina will come into play on soft going in Wales.

While not a sure thing, this weak contest and a small-runner field can see Oxwich Bay getting a ripple of applause at the winning line.

16.00 Bangor - Corey's Courage

The single number one in the form figures for this novice's hurdle can play into the hands of Olly Murphy's charge in the Goose Island Mares' Novices' Hurdle.

The in-form Murphy, who picked up a nice early winner at Leicester on Wednesday, saddled Corey's Courage to a debut bumper win at Uttoxeter in April.

The capable Aidan Coleman takes the reins of the Dunaden mare with Murphy looking for progression for his six-year-old.