INTELLIGENT TIPPING LANDS DAQMAN 10-1 BIG WIN: Daqman’s latest winning sequence ended with 156 points profit in six days but he gave Pricewise of the Racing Post another intelligent thumping, when his value bet, Intellogent (WON 10-1), took yesterday’s Prix Jean Prat at Deauville, variously returned at 12-1 and 101-10. We’ll call it 10-1.
READY FOR THE JULY MEETING 141 UP ON PRICEWISE: Daqman now leads Pricewise with a score of 45-16 (Daqman +72, Pricewise -69 to a single-unit level stake). There’ll be no more action between them until the start of the July Meeting on Thursday.
909 POINTS SCORED IN THREE WINNING SEQUENCES: Three winning Daqman sequences in the space of 60 days produced 909 points. Today we detail the success of the summer spree so far. Tomorrow: how our man intends another long run of success culminating in Goodwood with the overall target 1,000 points profit.
DAQMAN’S SUMMER SPREE: DAY 1
HERE are some of the details of Daqman’s three sequences in his hot summer spree of winners that produced 909 points had you got on board the gravy train every time.
156 POINTS PROFIT (July 2 to July 8) including five naps
WON 7-4 ROARING LION (Saturday supernap)
WON 9-4 SAVING GRACE (Friday nap)
WON 9-4 ALJADY (Wednesday nap)
WON 6-4 THE GREAT WALL (Tuesday nap)
WON 4-7 CONSTRUCT (Monday supernap)
418 POINTS PROFIT Royal Ascot (June 19 to 24) including
WON 16-1 SETTLE FOR BAY (Hunt Cup at BETDAQ 18.0)
WON 12-1 EQTIDAAR (Commonwealth Cup at BETDAQ 18.0)
WON 10-1 LAGOSTOVEGAS (Ascot Stakes at 12.0 BETDAQ)
WON 11-2 POET’S WORD (Prince Of Wales’s Stakes)
WON 5-1 HUNTING HORN (Hampton Court Stakes)
WON 5-1 SHANG SHANG SHANG (Norfolk Stakes)
WON 9-4 WITHOUT PAROLE (St James Palace Stakes, nap)
WON 7-4 STRADIVARIUS (Ascot Gold Cup)
WON 2-1 CALYX (Coventry Stakes)
335 POINTS PROFIT (May 10 to May 19) including
WON 8-1 GIFTED MASTER
WON 8-1 MAGIC CIRCLE (Chester Cup)
WON 7-1 COMMUNIQUE (London Gold Cup)
WON 13-2 SILVER STREAK (Swinton Hurdle)
WON 11-2 DJIN CONTI
WON 5-1 ANOTHER BATT
WON 5-1 PERFECT CLARITY (Lingfield Oaks Trial)
WON 4-1 DESERT PATH
WON 7-2 DETACHMENT
WON 7-2 THREADING
WON 3-1 ROARING LION (Dante Stakes)
WON 11-4 OLMEDO (French 2,000 Guineas)
WON 11-4 A MOMENT OF MADNESS
WON 5-2 HAMADA
WON 5-2 ROSTROPOVICH (Dee Stakes)
WON 2-1 CORONET (Middleton Stakes)
WON 2-1 JAMES WATT
WON 1-1 BANDSMAN (supernap)
WON 10-11 WUHEIDA (supernap)
WON 8-11 IDAHO (Ormonde Stakes supernap)
WON 4-6 STRADIVARIUS (Yorkshire Cup supernap)
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS
2.00 Ayr 16 flat races at Ayr and Wolverhampton this afternoon and this is the ONLY non-handicap event!
Baronial Pride has a penalty to defy after his good win at Hamilton on debut but it came on soft ground and I wouldn’t be rushing to take short odds about him repeating the win on totally different ground and with extra weight. That really would be gambling.
The other penalised runner is Celebrity Dancer who also has soft ground form and was a well beaten third of five at Pontefract last time out – seemingly struggling under the penalty for his debut win at the same course.
The front two make the market but Amadeus Grey might be worth another chance. He was a beaten odds-on favourite at Newcastle last time out but could be suited by the drop down in trip and proved at Wetherby he could handle the fast ground.
Royal Big Night was beaten nearly 10 lengths into fourth on debut at York and the Mark Johnston trained runner is likely to leave that form behind but it’s Amadeus Grey that looks the value at around 6.2 on BETDAQ at the time of writing.
6.10 Windsor Glorious Lover was as green as the grass he was running on at Newbury on debut but still ran a huge race to finish third at 20/1 to Confiding. The runner-up Almurr boosted the form with a win at Newbury last week and with normal improvement Glorious Lover should take plenty of beating here for trainer Ed Walker.
Boa Nova won well at Bath on debut but was subsequently outclassed at Royal Ascot in the Coventry and a bigger danger may come from Sense of Belonging whose short odds defeat at Hamilton last time might be attributable to the soft ground.
9.00 Ripon I didn’t think there was too much to choose between Restive Spirit and Timespan here – certainly not as much as the differential in BETDAQ prices 1.51 v 3.3 at the time of writing in what looks a match.
Timespan got the hang of things late on at Windsor on her debut and could improve significantly for that run and can give the favourite, who was a creditable second at Newmarket, a good run for his money.
DAQMAN’S BETS (Staked to win 20 points)
BET 3.8pts win AMADEUS GREY (2.00 Ayr)
BET 15.6pts win (nap) GLORIOUS LOVER (6.10 Windsor)
BET 8.7pts win TIMESPAN (9.00 Ripon)
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