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40-POINT SUNDAY STRIKE LANDS BACK-TO-BACK NAPS: Daqman made 40 points profit on the day yesterday with two winners, including his supernap, Yagan, at a huge 7-4. That gives him back-to-back naps after East Asia (WON 7-4) on Sunday. Yesterday:

WON 5-4 VENTURA EXPRESS
WON 7-4 YAGAN (supernap)

SO THAT’S 7-9 SUPERNAPS UP FOR 117 POINTS PROFIT: Daqman was landing his seventh winning supernap out of nine for a profit of 117.84 points. They have been:

WON 1-2 PALACE PIER +10.00
WON 6-5 ARMORY +24.00
WON 4-7 HONEYSUCKLE +11.42
WON 4-7 STRADIVARIUS +11.42
WON 4-5 FRODON +16.00
WON 1-2 BROOME +10.00
WON 7-4 YAGAN +35.00

FORTUNE COOKIES: Daqman’s Monday opens with his revised list of horses to follow.


CAMPANELLE FIT FOR ROYAL ASCOT

AL AASY Still on track for the Hardwicke Stakes, Saturday week, but I’m checking out Ilaraab and Waldkonig before a final team.

CAMPANELLE Good news yesterday from Wesley Ward that, after a setback, Campanelle will be ready to return to UK for the Commonwealth Cup on Friday week.

EAST ASIA Those who were on my Sunday nap can still get 33-1 in places for the Northumberland Plate.

GLASS SLIPPERS Kings Stand Stakes, Royal Ascot, next Tuesday.

LADY BOWTHORPE Duke Of Cambridge Stakes, Royal Ascot, Wednesday.

LAZULI July Cup, Newmarket, Saturday, July 10

LORD CAMPARI My Royal Hunt Cup hope has been backed down to 9.0 in the BETDAQ Sportsbook.

MISHRIFF Coral-Eclipse. Saturday, July 3

PALACE PIER Queen Anne Stakes or Coral-Eclipse.

PERSUASION deleted

SNOWFALL With Dettori declaring she’s the new Enable, I remembered that we could get decent prices Enable early on in her sequence and that Snowfall could follow the modern trend for fillies and mares to outdo the colts.

ST MARK’S BASILICA I doubt we will see him in the St James’s Palace Stakes, but it has to be said that the manner in which he won French Guineas and Derby, he will be hard to beat wherever he goes and must be on the short-list for the Arc

NEGATIVES

ADAYAR is as fortunate a Derby winner as the same stable’s Masar (2018) in my opinion. Targeting the King George looks an overreach and the St Leger is more likely to be within his scope. Plenty of time for that.

Bolshoi Ballet for one didn’t run his race at Epsom, returning with a cut leg. I wouldn’t like to bet on Adayar confirming the form.


WORDS POINT TO POET

⭕ 2.45 Salisbury Interesting fillies handicap on the Salisbury card in which Poet’s Eye – catches my eye! The handicapper doesn’t look to have been overly harsh for her debut and against generally exposed types might be the only progressive runner in the field.

Trained by Kevin De Foy, who is in good form, she showed clear ability on her first three starts starting off by finishing second to Ahdab at Lingfield when unconsidered in the betting.

She is preferred to Morrooj who was a soft ground winner at Chepstow but then pulled up when favourite and losing her action at Newmarket last August. She looks very short in the market given the lengthy absence and with her having questions to answer – not least of which her ability to be as effective on the quicker ground.

A bigger danger may come from Roca Magica who ran well at Yarmouth last month and also has form on quicker ground.


HANNON’S ANGHAAM THE NAP

⭕ 3.20 Salisbury Sticking with the fillies for this handicap, the best race on the card a class 3.

Anghaam rates as the days NAP on BETDAQ BETTING EXCHANGE . The Richard Hannon trained runner starts life off in handicap company having shown some really solid form including a fast ground win at Haydock in April where she made all.

It was her effort next time out that really stood out though when running third to Alabama Boy at Newmarket beaten just a length. That looks a solid piece of form.

Talbeyah who runs in the same colours looks the biggest danger. She is also making her handicap debut today but her form to date has come with give in the ground including a Goodwood win on good to soft.


EVENING CHALLET LOOKS A BET

⭕ 7.15 Ayr Challet might be worth waiting for in this one mile handicap.

The Michael Dods trained runner looks a better runner on the turf than the all-weather and is probably excused a poor run at Carlisle last time out on account of the soft ground.

DAQMAN’S BETS (staked to win 10.0 points)
BET 2.9pts win POET’S EYE (2.45 Salisbury)
BET 5.0pts win (nap) ANGHAAM (3.20 Salisbury)
BET 2.4pts win CHALLET (7.15 Ayr)

What are points? Points facilitate a staking plan, which is the secret to creating profit. One point is whatever you choose: a pound, a euro, or whatever ….

Start with a bank and decide how much you can afford to lose over a period of time, and determine the size of your bets accordingly. Daqman makes this variation every day.