ALL THE WINNERS IN DAQMAN CHALLENGE: Daqman celebrates all 43 winners in his 43-26 defeat of Pricewise in the 2021-22 Jumps season; winning place bets (3) and winning lays (2) in the Pricewise races are not included, or the score would be 48-26. Returns at SP.
HE’S FLAT OUT TOMORROW UNTIL SUNDAY: For the rest of the week: Early Birds for the Flat; Lincoln Handicap guide; two-day Doncaster meeting; Irish Lincolnshire.
10.0 SHOT TODAY: Daqman gives a last-chance to a horse that was on the boil for the Grand National a year ago but has plummeted in the handicap since: 10.0 on BETDAQ today.
ALL 43 HITS AGAINST PRICEWISE
UPDATE: These are the Daqman winning bets against Pricewise in his 43-26 victory for this Jumps season 2021-22. Any future Jumps bets, including at the Aintree and Punchestown festivals, will be charged to the Flat-season account for 2022, which starts on Saturday at Doncaster.
WON 12-1 VIENNA COURT Cheltenham
WON 10-1 BRAZIL Cheltenham festival
WON 17-2 ROBINSHILL Leicester
WON 8-1 ENQARDE (BETDAQ 10.0) Haydock
WON 8-1 JEN’S BOY Plumpton
WON 8-1 TRITONIC Ascot
WON 15-2 PINK LEGEND (11.0 BETDAQ) Ascot
WON 15-2 WANDRIN STAR Sandown
WON 7-1 COMMODORE Cheltenham
WON 13-2 CAP DU NORD Kempton
WON 6-1 DIESEL D’ALLIER Cheltenham
WON 6-1 GREEN BOOK Sandown
WON 6-1 LA TIHATY (nap) Kempton AW
WON 11-2 MALINAS ISLAND (13.0 BETDAQ) Lingfield AW
WON 11-2 WIN MY WINGS Newcastle
WON 5-1 AYE RIGHT (nap) Newcastle
WON 9-2 AN TAILLIUR Taunton
WON 9-2 JESUITIQUE Sandown
WON 9-2 THE GALLOPING BEAR Haydock
WON 4-1 CAPODANNO Naas
WON 4-1 FLOORING PORTER Cheltenham festival
WON 4-1 PROTEKTORAT Aintree
WON 7-2 ALLAHO Punchestown/also WON 4-7 Cheltenham supernap
WON 7-2 THE EDGAR WALLACE Market Rasen
WON 10-3 KENSTONE Wolverhampton
WON 3-1 RIGGSBY Newcastle
WON 3-1 TOMMYS OSCAR Doncaster/also WON 2-1 Musselburgh
WON 3-1 TWO FOR GOLD (nap) Doncaster
WON 11-4 METIER Lingfield
WON 5-2 EDWARDSTONE Cheltenham festival nap
WON 5-2 FANTASTIKAS Lingfield
WON 5-2 FULL OF LIGHT (nap) Plumpton
WON 5-2 L’HOMME PRESSE (nap) Exeter
WON 11-5 ROYAL PAGAILLE Haydock
WON 9-4 L’HOMME PRESSE Cheltenham festival
WON 2-1 STATTLER Cheltenham festival
WON 2-1 TAMAR BRIDGE Aintree
WON 15-8 KNIGHT SALUTE Kempton
WON 5-4 GINTO Naas
WON 8-13 BRAVEMANSGAME Haydock
WON 4-9 GALOPIN DES CHAMPS Leopardstown
ANOTHER FOR LUCY TURNER
⭕ 2.10 Market Rasen Lucy Turner, who won the Kim Muir last week on Chambard for Venetia Williams, may have one to beat that stable in her sole booking today, Hawthorn Cottage, for Amy Murphy.
Hawthorn Cottage (BETDAQ 3.3) has had wind ops and will wear a tongue-tie in a bid to make all over this easy turning track.
The nine-year-old mare scored from the front at Kempton in November. She is dropped back to the winning distance in a grade lower and is down in the handicap to within a pound of her winning mark that day.
Venetia’s Grand Turina has also dropped down the handicap, since back-to-back strikes in December but both those races were on heavy ground.
Hunny Moon won here at Rasen in a novices’ chase on good ground in November but the time was slow and she may have trouble catching Hawthorn Cottage.
Found On has beaten Hunny Moon over hurdles but her efforts over fences this year have been modest in all conditions.
CANELO LAST-CHANCE SALOON
⭕ 3.01 Exeter At this time last year, Canelo was on my short-list for the Grand National, encouraged by an optimistic Alan King and impressed by three wins out of five, including defeat of Snow Leopardess, giving her 7lb, in the Rowland Meyrick at Wetherby.
Canelo fell at the Chair at Aintree and has yet to recover his confidence, though the last day at Ludlow in the Forbra Gold Cup he was well fancied in fourth.
The handicapper has given him a massive chance today, 22lb lower than for his Wetherby win, and running over a marathon trip for the first time since the National.
Morning Spirit ran well here in December but fell on the course the last day; his placed efforts have served only to increase his handicap mark.
Moroder completed a hat-trick when winning a novices’ handicap here last month; Equus Dreamer had been beaten narrowly, first time in cheekpieces, four days earlier at Carlisle.
Classic Ben has twice run second at Exeter. Cheekpieces served as a well-needed kick for Len Brennan at Plumpton but he failed to follow up at even money next time.
BETDAQ BETTING EXCHANGE 10.0 Canelo
BLINKERS CAN ADD POLISH
⭕ 3.20 Market Rasen Nigel Twiston-Davies has always said that One True King would improve for stepping up in trip, Today’s the day, back over hurdles.
He won a 2m chase at Sandown in December, but what is interesting here is that he made all at Leicester, beating a class-2 hurdler, before switching to the bigger obstacles.
Alan King intends to send Royal Pretender over fences, but he’s been out of the frame only once over hurdles in his last 10 outings, winning back-to-back novices in the autumn up to 2m 5f. He’s not bred for anything more though.
Polish has been a February winner up to 3m for the last two seasons and is a strong stayer, blinkered first time today in pursuit of One True King.
Sirobbie was left standing by Polish last year around this time but a visor may help his chances.
BETDAQ value 5.3 One True King, 5.7 Polish
2.10 Market Rasen (win 12, nap)
BET 3.5pts win HAWTHORN COTTAGE
3.01 Exeter (win 18)
BET 2pts win CANELO
3.20 Market Rasen (win 12)
BET 2.75pts win ONE TRUE KING
BET 2.5pts win POLISH
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