The Bay Bandit has solid claims in Grand National Free Bets With Handicap (Div II) at Wolverhampton

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The Bay Bandit has solid claims in Grand National Free Bets With Handicap (Div II) at Wolverhampton
The Bay Bandit’s decent performance in his last outing prompted the bookmakers to rate him favourite for the Grand National Free Bets With Handicap (Div II), set to take place at Wolverhampton on Friday, March 16, 2012.
His fans are anxiously waiting for the show to begin, but there are still some time left in the action. According to the present plan, the class-6 meeting will get underway at 20:20 GMT.
Twelve runners have been attracted by the 7f32y event. Their names are: The Bay Bandit, Nacho Libre, Huzzah, Sairaam, Fault, Monsieur Pontaven, My Best Man, Littleportnbrandy, Amno Dancer, Eyes On, Jaldarshaan and San Jose City.
Although The Bay Bandit failed to produce a winning performance last time out, it was good enough to impress the bookies. In the Bet On Your Mobile With Handicap on March 08, the five-year-old could not make an impression early on. However,
he quickly perked up his speed to chase the leaders.
The dashing runner made a strong finish, but despite an all-out effort, the bay gelding could only manage to seize fifth slot on the table. He missed fourth position just by a head distance.
The Bay Bandit has been improving his stats day by day, but his fans cannot afford to be complacent. Nacho Libre, who displayed a couple of decent performances in January, might trouble him in the middle.
After setting off the New Year with a runner-up position, the seven-year-old carried forward the good work to seal third place in a crucial meeting at Kempton. The same audience saw him losing his consistency on February 16, when he ended up eighth in the
£32 Free At Handicap.
Sairaam also deserves some respect. Victories seem to have dried up for the mare, although she performed well in her last few races. The six-year-old will make her seasonal return after staying out of action for more than five months.
The Bay Bandit’s decent performance in his first run for the yard suggest that he can easily outsmart his rivals with a clear run. Yet, none of his supporters can afford to be over-confident, since an upset cannot be discarded at any cost.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are the writer's own and do not reflect Bettor.Com’s editorial policy.



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