Cheddleton is on the move to Bangor

Bangor on Dee racecourse.

CHEDDLETON is tipped to be a winner for racegoers today.
The four-year-old gelding is named after the Staffordshire Moorlands village below the Basford Grange stables where he is trained by Jennie Candlish.
Cheddleton is the overnight short-priced favourite to win the 2.45 novices hurdle at Bangon on Dee races, after impressing on his two runs to date.
The horse won at Haydock Park on his debut in March and then followed up as a clear second at Wetherby races last month.
The Sun newspaper’s leading tipster, Templegate, lists Cheddleton as one of his three top selections for today’s meetings.
Cheddleton made his racecourse debut in the colours of his trainer, Jennie, but he is now owned by the yard’s two most ardent supporters, P and Mrs GA Clarke. The stable also run Bryden Boy – owned by Alan Baxter and Brian Hall – in the 2.10 handicap hurdle, which is being screened on ITV 4.
There is further Moorlands interest at the Bangor meeting today, with Royal Act entered in the opening handicap chase at 11.50.
The seven-year-old gelding is owned by Moorlands Racing’s Steve Mace, from Ipstones, and Mark Hammond from Oakamoor.
He is trained by Sarah-Jayne Davies, in Herefordshire, and finished second on his last appearance at the Welsh Border course on November 30.