Set in the North Wales countryside, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse stages 15 National Hunt racing fixtures a year on the banks of the River Dee. Bangor-on-Dee’s unique character is exemplified by the fact that this is the only racecourse in the country that does not have a grandstand but that does not detract from the many fantastic vantage points, the grass bank providing a natural amphitheatre to the racing action. In the concourse areas, hearty food and cosy bars add to the ‘Bangor’ experience.

Aidan Coleman

A left-handed mostly flat track where you are pretty much always on the turn, hence a strong travelling type, who can plot a path the shortest way around, is well suited. Very often on good ground or firmer, front-running types can steal the race off the front end as it’s hard to peg them back if you’re unable to go the early fractions of the race. A short run to the line off the final bend rarely allows anyone not in a challenging position to get involved.

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