DAQMAN Fri: Cheltenham NAP


FOUR NAPS OUT OF FIVE FOR DAQMAN: Daqman landed his fourth winning nap out of the last five yesterday, the sequence marked by more value BETDAQ offers. In six days of winners, Daqman is showing an overall profit of +76.95.

WON 4-9 MYSTERIOUS NIGHT (Thursday nap: 1.87 on BETDAQ)
WON 10-11 BIGGLES (Wednesday nap: 2.32 on BETDAQ)
WON 6-5 SPECIAL ENVOY (Monday nap)
WON 6-5 PURPLEPAY (Sunday nap: 2.62 on BETDAQ)

KEY STATS FOR ASCOT NEXT WEEKEND: Now check out Daqman’s facts and figures for the Friday and Saturday of Royal Ascot. TOMORROW: Saturday special. SUNDAY: Ante-post: Turnkey Ascot stats. MONDAY: Ante-post: Fortune Cookies. TUESDAY: First day at Royal Ascot and BETDAQ BETTING EXCHANGE recommended bets.

⚠️ HEADS UP: John Gosden has lined up a formidable quintet for Royal Ascot: Wednesday, Lord North (Prince Of Wales’s Stakes). Thursday, Stradivarius (Gold Cup), The Queen’s Reach For The Moon (Hampton Court Stakes); Oaks runner-up Emily Upjohn (Ribblesdale Stakes). Friday, Inspiral (Coronation Stakes). Here are stats and facts for Friday and Saturday.

🎩 2.30 Royal Ascot, next Friday (Albany Stakes, 6f)
AGE: 2yo only
KEY DRAW Results by stall (10 years): 14, 12, 20, 17, 13, 16, 13, 15, 14, 14, 2 Last year’s win out of stall 2 came on heavy ground.
TRAINER: Roger Varian 2, Mick Channon 2.
LAST YEAR: Sandrine (Andrew Balding) 16-1

🎩 3.05 Royal Ascot, Friday (Commonwealth Cup, 6f)
AGE: 3yo only. At the same time as this race was introduced in 2015, the Diamond Jubilee (this year ‘Platinum Jubilee’) was closed to 3yos.
LAST YEAR: Campanelle (Wesley Ward) 5-1. Dragon Symbol (Archie Watson) 4-1 finished first; placed second.

🎩 4.20 Royal Ascot, Friday (Coronation Stakes, 1m)
AGE: 3yo only
KEY DRAW: Stalls 7 to 11 eight out of 10
TRAINERS: Sir Michael Stoute 4, Aidan O’Brien 3, John Gosden 2, Jessica Harrington 2, Jean-Claude Rouget 2, Andre Fabre 2
LAST YEAR: Alcohol Free (Andrew Balding) 11-2
BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK: 2.1 Homeless Songs, 3.75 Inspiral, 6 Cachet, 9 Grande Dame, Mangoustine, Prosperous Voyage, 11 Spenderella, 13 Purplepay, Tuesday, 17 Pizza Bianca, Star Girls Aalmal, Tenebrism.

🎩 5.35 Royal Ascot, Friday (King Edward V11 Stakes, 1m 4f)
AGE: 3yo only
TRAINERS: Sir Michael Stoute 6, John Gosden 3, Mark Johnston 3, Aidan O’Brien 2, Saeed Bin Suroor 2.
LAST YEAR: Alenquer (William Haggas) 13-8 favourite

🎩 3.40 Royal Ascot, next Saturday (Hardwicke Stakes, 1m 4f)
AGE: 10 out of 11 won by four-year-olds.
TRAINERS: Sir Michael Stoute 11, Mark Johnston 4, Aidan O’Brien 3, John Gosden 2
LAST YEAR: Wonderful Tonight (David Menuisier) 5-1

🎩 4.20 Royal Ascot, Saturday (Platinum Jubilee Stakes, 6f)
AGE: Nine wins out of 11 to horses aged four and five.
DRAW: Stalls 2, 3, 4, 6 won six of the last eight.
TRAINERS: James Fanshawe 2, Aidan O’Brien 2, Wesley Ward 1
LAST YEAR: Dream Of Dreams (Sir Michael Stoute) 3-1 favourite
BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK: 5 Home Affairs, 7 Campanelle, Nature Strip, 9 Creative Force, Golden Pal, Sacred, 11 Highfield Princess.

🎩 5.00 Royal Ascot, Saturday (Wokingham Stakes, 6f)
AGE: Eight wins out of 11 to horses aged four and five.
KEY STAT: Course form.
FAVOURITES: Just one win in the decade (4-20 in last 20 runnings).
TRAINERS: Kevin Ryan 2.
LAST YEAR: Rohaan (David Evans) 8-1
BETDAQ SPORTSBOOK: 9 Blackrod, Fresh, 13 Quarantine Dreams, Silver Samurai, 15 Brad The Brief, 17 Aaajad, Adaay To Remember, Chairmanoftheboard, Chiefofchiefs, Deodar, First Folio, Jumby, Rohaan, Tabdeed.

⭕ 3.20 Sandown today Rossa Ryan has the 50 up this season, no fewer than 40 of them for Ralph Beckett, a very profitable partnership for them and 20-points-plus profitable for punters (level stake on every Ryan-Beckett runner).

The partnership’s Salisbury winner on the soft last Spring, Lord Protector, looks poised to enjoy the cut in the ground at Sandown this afternoon.

Jewel In My Crown gets a lump of weight and was beaten only a neck at this class-3 level at Windsor late last month.

But the winner, giving 13lb, was trained by Beckett, so he should know where he stands, giving 9lb to the same horse today.

Enfranchisement hasn’t won above class 4 and is up 8lb, raised a grade, since his last success.

Motazzen looks more one to watch for the future, having his first run for George Boughey, after 258 days’ absence from the track.

Down three furlongs on his last winning performance over 1m 5f (very soft) for Jean-Claude Rouget.

But Motazzen has won over today’s trip, when setting his own pace; he’s been gelded and William Buick is booked. The market will tell us whether he’s ready.

⭕ 3.30 York Despite small fields, stalls 1 and 2 have shared six wins out of eight in this, and CD-winner Brunch (drawn 2), beaten twice in Springtime photo-finishes for the Hambleton Handicap here, seems sure to go close again. But just when YOU think he’s going to win HE thinks he’s done enough!

The entire Marie’s Diamond, out of the one stall, loves firm ground and could bounce back but, like Art Du Val, best recent form has been in Dubai.

Bell Rock is another six-year-old with a chance on the ground. But I think the race may prove to be a match between the four-year-olds, Mohaafeth and Valiant Prince.

Charlie Appleby is still going great guns with three-out of five this week and Meydan handicaps winner Valiant Prince could improve for the fitting of a hood.

But Mohaafeth won four in a row last Spring, including the Hampton Court at Royal Ascot (Group 3) before third here at York in a Group 2 and fourth behind Mishriff and Alenquer in the Group-1 York International. Tongue-tied now.

⭕ 6.24 Goodwood Hughie Morrison coaxed Whitehaven from class 6 to class 4 but he found it difficult up another 6lb and in higher grades; he looks vulnerable giving weight all round here. Stablemate Ravens Ark is a class 4, 5 and 6 winner.

Fox Vardy is down the handicap now but hasn’t won for two years, trying to make a better grade, but he’s been beaten (placed 324) in all three runs at Goodwood.

Twisted Reality has won only her maiden – always a bad sign – and left Ralph Beckett for David Menuiser with a bad run at Ayr (soon tailed off).

Auriferous has been second twice a grade higher than today but has been placed eight times without winning.

Saratoga Gold catches the eye; three times a winner, including here at Goodwood, but weakened more than 11 lengths behind Aggagio here at Goodwood on the soft three weeks back.

He is handicapped 11lb better off today but Gary Moore has claimed off Aggagio, and another line – through Mellow Magic – also suggests that Saratoga is likely to miss the gold.


3.20 Sandown (win 12)

3.30 York (win 12, nap)
BET 9.1pts win MOHAAFETH

6.24 Goodwood (win 12)
BET 3.0pts win AGGAGIO

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