THE DAQMAN HEAT-WAVE IS COMING: Big-race king Daqman is gearing up for the July Meeting this week, for which Royal Ascot results have a significant bearing.

Here are the big winners he had at the royal meeting:

MOST IMPROVED (WON 9-1), Tuesday (Ten To Follow)
ISHVAN (WON 20-1), Wednesday (win-20 bet)
JOVIALITY (WON 11-1 from 16.5), Wednesday (win-30 jackpot bet)
DUNTLE (WON 4-1), Wednesday (jackpot saver)
PRINCESS HIGHWAY (WON 17-2), Thursday (win-30 jackpot bet)
COLOUR VISION (WON 6-1), Thursday (Ten To Follow)
FAME AND GLORY (LAY) (unplaced 4-5 favourite), Thursday.
ENERGIZER (WON 15-2), Thursday (win-20 each-way bet)
NEWFANGLED (WON 7-4), Friday saver
THA’IR (WON 9-2), Saturday (win-20)
SEA MOON (WON 3-1), Saturday (Ten To Follow)
BLACK CAVIAR (WON 1-6), Saturday nap and trebles banker
CAMBORNE (WON 11-2), Saturday saver

REVISED TEN TO FOLLOW: Tomorrow Daqman will be checking out the July Cup. Meanwhile, you will notice, in the above list, super success for his horses to follow at Ascot, with 9-1, 6-1 and 3-1 winners. Here’s his revised 10 for July, looking ahead into August.

AGENT ALLISON Friday’s Cherry Hinton will be packed full of talent, granted some fair weather in the next few days but, despite soft ground for the running of the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot, ‘Allison’ got closest to the very smart John Gosden sort, Newfangled, in a field of 14.

With Newfangled taking the Lowther and Cheveley Park route of a top-class filly, the way is clear for Agent Allison to win a Group 2. Daughter of Dutch Art, whose son Caspar Netscher has proved such a tough sort.

AWAKE MY SOUL When Luca gets going, the punter starts winning; it’s his time of year, and here’s a late developer with his Cambridgeshire potential likely to be tested at the July Meeting on Friday.

Cumani has raced the Teofilo colt only once, against a well-primed one from Gosden, who won the race over course and distance three weeks ago with Proofreader. That could turn out to have been a hot maiden.

BOOM AND BUST Attempted the Royal Hunt Cup from a bad draw and off a break of 327 days. Not entirely disgraced, without being knocked about.

He had last been seen at Glorious Goodwood, completing a four-timer, and the Goodwood Mile in early August is his target; should improve for the Ascot run and take a hand.

DUNTLE You will know later today whether Duntle has elected to take in tomorrow’s Brownstown Stakes at Fairyhouse or wait until later in the month for The Curragh.

Duntle powered home at Royal Ascot on the ‘wrong side’, though the Sandringham Stakes was only the fourth race of her life.

GOLDEN LILAC Heh, that’s my filly! Golden Lilac is being hyped today for this week’s Falmouth Stakes but it was yours truly who tipped her when it mattered, on her reappearance in the Prix d’Ispahan, and I’ve had her in my horses-to-follow lists ever since.

Superbly bred by Galileo out of a Danehill mare, she’s been beaten only once in seven starts, and Andre Fabre is contemplating a careful route to the Arc.

HOYAM Another one caught on the wrong side at Royal Ascot, with a high stands-side stall when low numbers were doing best. It was only the second start of her career for a yard – Michael Bell’s – having a sluggish time of it this season.

But he’s set to come good late on and thinks so much of Hoyam, she might even attack the Nunthorpe at York, in which she gets massive two-year-old allowances.

IMPERIAL MONARCH Which way will Ballydoyle’s Monarch go? I feel sure he will eventually be crowned, after his Sandown Classic Trial win and unlucky run in the French Derby.

The options are open: with possible preps in the Ballyroan at Leopardstown or the Great Voltigeur at York, both in August, he could then take up entries in either the Champion Stakes (1m 2f) or the St Leger (1m 6f) though, currently, a certain stablemate called Camelot is set to be the star attraction at Doncaster. Does not want a firm surface.

NATHANIEL Did Nathaniel leave the King George behind at Sandown? That’s the question after his sensational battle with Farhh for the Eclipse last Saturday, as John Gosden continues to take some of the shine off Aidan O’Brien’s fabulous season.

They said Nathaniel was a lucky winner of last year’s King George, when he beat the 2010 Derby hero, Workforce, and the reborn St Nicholas Abbey. But that weren’t luck on Saturday, were it!

ROSSLYN CASTLE Granted some cut in the ground, which doesn’t seem a problem this ‘summer’, Roger Charlton’s son of Selkirk could be the surprise packet in the Great Voltigeur.

I put him down for the St Leger after he skated up at Chester, coming from a long way back with consummate ease. He hasn’t run since, suggesting a long wind-up to peak for the stamina events.

TORONADO The 2013 Derby entry ran away with a Newbury maiden in eye-catching style and the High Chaparral colt could be on course for the Gimcrack next month if coming up to expectations this week.

BET 6.6pts win (nap) DERWENT (6.40 Windsor)
BET 1.4pts win and place WISEMAN’S DIAMOND (9.20 Ripon)
DAQ MULTIPLES: 10pts win on each and 5pts win double CRITICAL POINT (4.30 Ayr) and ATHENIAN (8.20 Ripon)

* Daqman’s selections are backed to win 20 points (unless otherwise stated) so, if you divide 20 by his stake, you know the Betdaq offer taken at the time of writing. The bets are geared to a level return so that you can easily assess profits and loss.

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