TODAY shall be known as ‘trappy Tuesday’.

The cards are a real mixed bag and it took some patience to get through them all with much confidence.

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LANDECKER (Kelso, 1.25) is the pick of a bad bunch though.

The 11-year-old has slipped to a more than appealing mark, at a track he thrives at for local connections.

Trainer Nick Alexander could have found simpler openings but I think it’s a plus he gets put in this Class 3.

He showed plenty last time when just given far too much to do behind a big improver over an insufficient trip.

The yard are in good form and he returns to his favoured trip, where he has won twice over course and distance.

They were both off 6lbs higher and he took this race in 2018.

The signs are obvious and he could open up a decent enough price if you’re quick.

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