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TIPPING MOGUL DAQMAN’S 302pts PROFIT IN PRICEWISE RACES: THREE consecutive winners at Doncaster Saturday. THREE winners in a row at three different venues on Sunday. Back-to-back big-race naps among them! That’s how Daqman won 302 points in two days in his challenge to Pricewise and now leads on winners 37-24.

Sunday hat-trick
✔️ WON 6-1 MOGUL (Grand Prix de Paris at BETDAQ 9.0)
✔️ WON 9-2 GLASS SLIPPERS (Curragh Flying Five nap)
✔️ WON 9-4 CRY HAVOC (Chelmsford)

Saturday hat-trick
✔️ WON 15-8 CHINDIT (Champagne Stakes supernap)
✔️ WON 16-1 STONE OF DESTINY (Portland Handicap to win 50)
✔️ WON 4-1 GALILEO CHROME (St Leger win 50 at BETDAQ 6.4)

103 POINTS PROFIT FROM EIGHT DAQMAN NAPS IN SEPTEMBER: Daqman has landed eight winning naps in the 13 days of September (61% strike rate) for a level-stakes profit of 103.25 points. Saturday’s was the first supernap selection since August 9th and Sunday’s was the biggest price, Glass Slippers, taken at 6.4 on BETDAQ. The September streak:

✔️ WON 11-10 AYR POET
✔️ WON 15-8 CHINDIT (supernap)

* Profits increase to 122 points if you apply the usual 20-point supernap stake

TODAY: A SCINTILLATING WEEKEND: It’s Daqman’s wrap on the St Leger meeting, the Irish championships and the Arc trials.


⭕ So many new kids on the block! Which were the most impressive winners over the weekend to remember? The Doncaster St Leger meeting, the Irish Champions Weekend and Longchamp Arc-trials day all produced scintillating success.

Joseph O’Brien takes training honours with a winner for this year and one for next, Galileo Chrome taking the St Leger on a chance ride for Tom Marquand; Thunder Moon surging away from Godolphin’s great juvenile hope, Master Of The Seas, in the Classics-pointer National Stakes at the Curragh.

Abbaye winner Glass Slippers will be a short price to do the double after emerging victorious from a mighty scrap for the Curragh Flying Five yesterday on a day when Dermot Weld put the Aga Khan on the Arc trail with the Shamardal filly Tarnawa.

Eagle-eyed punters who watched Cayenne Pepper’s four-lengths romp in the Blandford Stakes at 2.35 at the Curragh might just have been sharp enough to grab some 6-1 Tarnawa as she lined up for the Arc-test Prix Vermeille at Longchamp, giving thanks for the tip from Cayenne Pepper.

Tarnawa had beaten Cayenne Pepper comfortably in the Give Thanks Stakes at Cork in early August.

Now, in the Vermeille, she demolished French hopes of finding their own filly to rival Love and Enable when Raabihah had no chance with the winner.

Aidan O’Brien’s double with Mogul and Anthony Van Dyck in Paris followed sensational defeat of Ghaiyyath by his amazing mare Magical in the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.

It wasn’t all O’Brien and Sons. Johnny Murtagh put his first Group 1 on the sideboard when he lifted Champers Elysees from handicap to Listed to Group 3 to defeat the Irish Guineas winner, Peaceful, and the Nassau heroine, Fancy Blue. A spectacular feat of training.

🗓️ Fortune Cookies. I’ll do a revise on the list this week.
🗓️  Two-Year-Olds. And I’ll try and rate this top-class bunch of two-year-olds.


⭕ 3.25 Lingfield A class 4 handicap is by far away the best race on the Lingfield card and might well provide another winner for the Mark Johnston yard with Clog Maker.

The three-year-old was bidding for a hat-trick at Kempton last time out in a much more competitive class 3 event and in the circumstances did well to finish third to La Maquina.

He was racing after a 185 day break and is worth another chance to prove he is on a good handicap mark.

He certainly looks a better option than the current BETDAQ favourite Clareyblue whose only win in nine starts came over five furlongs at Newcastle when sent off a 2/7 chance and looked an awkward ride at Kempton last time out.


⭕ 4.15 Thirsk Marcus Tregoning has a 48% strike rate (13-27) when making the 610-mile round trip from Whitsbury to Thirsk.

His latest project is Atalanta Breeze and it looks like he means business by booking Ben Curtis who has already notched up 131 winners this year!

Curtis rides the filly for the first time and she still could be on the upgrade, which she’ll probably need to be to defy her 6lb hike for her Bath win last month.

She’s raced six times but crucially only two of those starts have come on the turf and her form figures in those race ….


She made all when winning at Bath and if anything this looks a weaker contest. Second favourite Eagle’s Foot has finished fifth in both his starts including over course and distance yet is rated 62 – the same as Atalanta Breeze!


⭕ 7.20 Wolverhampton The stayers are in action here and I was impressed by the comeback run of Mizen Master at Bath last month.

He was badly hampered four furlongs into the race and did well to recover – staying on well into fourth. That was his first start for over 600 days and he looks one of the few in the race that could still be on an upwards trajectory.

Kaisan is disputing favouritism but looks firmly in the grip of the handicapper who has put him up a further 3lb for a course and distance second last time out.

Selsey Sizzler is a class dropper but also a nine-time maiden and it’s no guarantee that he will be suited by the step up in trip.

DAQMAN’S BETS (staked to win 10 points)
BET 5.0pts win CLOG MAKER (3.25 Lingfield)
BET 5.2pts (nap) ATALANTA BREEZE (4.15 Thirsk)
BET 2.4pts win MIZEN MASTER (7.20 Wolverhampton)

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