ANOTHER NAPS HAT-TRICK FOR DAQMAN: Daqman landed his nap for the third day running yesterday, BETDAQ value again beating SP, so that he’s shown a profit of nearly 30 points in two days.

Monday: profit on the day 14.40 points
WON 10-11 ATTACA (nap) from BETDAQ 2.20

Sunday: profit on the day 15 points
WON 13-8 DUKE DE SESSA (nap) from BETDAQ 3.1

Saturday: 3-0 big-race win over Pricewise
WON 42-10 TUESDAY from BETDAQ 7.0
WON 9-4 FRODON from BETDAQ 4.0
WON 11-8 MODERN GAMES (supernap)

TODAY: Daqman’s ratings for this year’s two-year-olds as they will line up as three-year-olds in their Classic season next year.

TOMORROW: Daqman launches Fortune Cookies for the Jumps 2022/23


DAQMAN rates this year’s two-year-olds for their 2023 Classic season, and checks out last year’s list for their best result in the season just ended.

Three-year-old colts for 2023
124 LITTLE BIG BEAR (Aidan O’Brien; by No Nay Never) won the Phoenix Stakes
120 CHALDEAN (Andrew Balding; by Frankel) won the Dewhurst Stakes
119 AUGUSTE RODIN (Aidan O’Brien; by Deep Impact) won the Futurity Stakes 118 VICTORIA ROAD (Aidan O’Brien; by Saxon Warrior) won Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf 117 SILVER KNOTT (Charlie Appleby; by Lope De Vega) won the Autumn Stakes 115 AL RIFFA (Joseph O’Brien; by Wootton Bassett) won the National Stakes. 115 SAKHEER (Roger Varian; by Zoffany) won the Mill Reef Stakes

Three-year-old fillies for 2023
118 TAHIYRA (Dermot Weld; by Siyouni) won the Moyglare Stud Stakes
115 MEDITATE (Aidan O’Brien; by No Nay Never) won Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies
114 COMMISSIONING (Team Gosden; by Kingman) won the Fillies Mile
114 LEZOO (Ralph Beckett; by Zoustar) won the Cheveley Park Stakes


Three-year-old colts of 2022 (as they were top rated when 2yo)
120 Native Trail (Charlie Appleby) won the Irish 2,000 Guineas.
118 Luxembourg (Aidan O’Brien) won the Irish Champion Stakes
115 Perfect Power (Richard Fahey) won the Commonwealth Cup
114 Bayside Boy (Roger Varian) won the British Champions Mile
114 Coroebus (Charlie Appleby) won the Newmarket 2,000 Guineas

Three-year-old fillies of 2022 (top ratings when 2yo)
113 Inspiral (John and Thady Gosden) won the Coronation Stakes 112 Tenebrism (Aidan O’Brien) won the Prix Jean Prat


⭕ 1.00 Lingfield The good news is that Lingfield goes ahead – the bad news is that there are 18 non runners so far on the card at the time of writing.

Surprisingly three of those are in the opening bumper which is run on the all-weather track!

Nicky Henderson did us a favour yesterday at Kempton when the nap Attacca won and he went on to have two more winners on the card including 32 length scorer Tweed Skirt.

Hopefully that form can continue today with Peace Of Rome who bids to make it third time lucky after a promising debut here in March and then a close second on his turf debut at Warwick.

He was a beaten favourite that day but was noted as running green, so hopefully the 201 day break will have seen him grow up a bit and be more streetwise.

Sir Mark Prescott’s Zonisty shaped with promise on debut at Worcester when fourth but now needs to both improve and handle the all-weather.

The filly A Tickatickatiming also rates a danger having shown promise on her debut at Uttoxeter when third.


⭕ 3.00 Lingfield Just the four runners remain for this stamina sapping 2m 7f chase on heavy ground.

It’s hard to look beyond the Betdaq Betting Exchange market leader Ozzie Man who doesn’t have many miles on the clock, arrives here in good form and most importantly already has experience of heavy ground having finished runner-up on it at Fontwell last year.

His biggest positive may turn out to be the huge question marks against his rivals so could take this by default.

Coronado Joe (254 days) and No Hubs No Hoobs (264 days) have both been off the track for a while and the latter hasn’t convinced so far on testing ground.

Chris Gordon, trained of Coronado Joe, is in good form but his runner here really struggled over the hurdles track here last year (3rd beaten 51 lengths) when the ground was soft and I’d worry about him getting bogged down again.

The field is completed by C’est Quelqu’un who has been nibbled at in the market but needs a huge leap of faith with recent form figures of PPP and 12th beaten 68 lengths.


⭕ 7.30 Chelmsford This class 2 handicap stands out like a beacon on a fairly average card otherwise.

Chichester is the obvious one but looks short for a stable that are 0-13.

In contrast, Roger Varian has saddled 5 winners from his last 12 runners and although his Fantastic Fox was beaten seven lengths into second at Newbury last time out he might be worth an interest on his all-weather debut given the surface should suit on pedigree. I’ll be foxy and go for a WIN 20 return.


1.00 Lingfield (win 10)
BET 7.7pts win PEACE OF ROME

3.00 Lingfield (win 10, nap)
BET 7.8pts win OZZIE MAN

BET 2pt win double PEACE OF ROME and OZZIE MAN

7.30 Chelmsford (win 20)

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