DAQMAN VICTORY ‘DANCE’ AT 12-1: Our top tipster Daqman is rarely out of the news and, after a 101-1 double and a 10-1 treble in three days, he scored at big odds with a single shot yesterday, Romance Dance (WON 12-1), at Newton Abbot.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE ABC: He’s obviously in top gear for the Cambridgeshire on Saturday, and today presents a horse-by-horse guide to those that fall within the winning-ratings parameter, as follows:

A None of the last 13 winners was rated higher than 102 or lower than 87
B Some 28 of the last 31 winners had finished in the first four on their latest start
C Horses aged three and four have won 23 of the last 31
D Nine of the last 10 had won over 1m 2f on the Flat
E Eleven of the last 13 were drawn in stalls 11 or higher (not included here)
F Nine of the last 10 had run no more than seven times in their year, no fewer than four.

ABCDF MUFFIN MCLEAY David Barron’s July winner at Ripon has not won higher than class 4, but has carried welter weights, including 10st to victory last time out. ‘He’s a grand horse,’ says the trainer of his lightly raced four-year-old, who has been put by for this, as a winner over 1m 2f.

ABCDF JACK’S REVENGE Placed in every one of six outings this term, though has never won higher than class 4. Has won at 1m 2f and was unlucky attempting a hat-trick last time out, finishing fast, beaten two necks, at Goodwood.

ABCD EDMAAJ Class-3 winner twice, and has scored from 9f to 1m 4f, showing his best form on the soft yet, giving a lump of weight away, was runner-up to the smart Sir Graham Wade on firm at Pontefract.

ABCF BRONZE ANGEL Up 12lb this year, climbing the grades from class-4 AW win to a class-3 mile success at Doncaster and finally a cracking effort to be third in the Britannia at Royal Ascot, racing without company, drawn high in 17 when the rest of the first seven came from 6, 7, 3, 8, 2 and 5. William Buick booked.

ABCF LOVING SPIRIT Has won only once in his life but has kept Group and Listed company – running in Frankel’s 2,000 Guineas – and gave weight to the first two when third in the London Mile Final at Kempton Park recently.

ABCF OXFORD CHARLEY Hasn’t won since his debut, always a worrying sign, but was placed at Group level in the Spring and was just run out of a class-2 handicap on firm ground in a first-time visor last week. The going has changed and the visor might not work second time.

ABCF CHIL THE KITE Gambled on and won Ascot class-2 mile handicap in July. Came back early this month for a prep race for the Cambridgeshire, staying on over a mile on firm, finishing just behind Boom And Bust, and 7lb better here for threeparts of a length.

ABCF JAKE’S DESTINY A 9lb turnaround could see ‘Jake’ avenge his Doncaster defeat of less than two lengths by Chil The Kite. He’s been raised a grade to class 2 since then, including fourth to Quick Wit at Doncaster.

ABCF MUKHADRAM Inexperienced for a frantic cavalry charge like this: just four races in his life and the short CV may count against him but this is his first run in handicap company for a colt who was fourth in a Group 3 at Royal Ascot, then second to another Group-3 animal at Newmarket.

ABDF KING’S WARRIOR The ex-French 10-furlong gelding bounced back to form (as did his stable after a poor year) when slaughtering a big field at massive odds over 10.5f in the John Smith’s Cup, with a Listed horse in second and a Group-3 placed animal third. Due to be ridden by apprentice find of the season Michael Murphy (5lb). Loves it soft.

ABDF SAM SHARP Six now, his form peaked in the summer of last year and he seems class 3 at best, with a modest strike rate of 2-21 since breaking his maiden.

ABC POSTSCRIPT In the first three eight times in his last 10 attempts, the Pivotal gelding has rocket 24lb this year, including two AW wins at 1m 1f but his best run was a class-3 win on firm off a 13lb lower mark.

ABC ANDERIEGO A busy season, with nine starts, climbing the handicap by 18lb, scoring back-to-back wins at York in July. Threeparts of a length behind Quick Wit when marked up for those (Jake’s Destiny fourth) at the Doncaster St Leger meeting but now better off with the winner.

ABC TERDAAD Not won above class 4 but lightly raced and returned to form when Godolphin’s late-summer surge began, when a close fourth to Anderiego at York on firm ground. Carries head high and clearly quirky.

ABF MULL OF KILLOUGH Class-2 winner already at Newmarket, over a mile on the soft in July, bouncing back to the form of his short-head defeat in a big field for the Lincoln Handicap in the Spring.

ACDF MAKING EYES A stone higher mark than a year ago, the filly gave Hugo Palmer his first Listed win when scoring at Vichy in July. Not disgraced in a Group 3 since.

ACDF DRAGONERA Having won nothing above class 4, she was penalised for a Listed second on the soft at Warwick and it was likely the firm ground beat her when she tried again at the same level in the pattern last time out.

ACDF TALK ABOUT Subject of ante-post interest for Saturday’s race after he came back to top form, being involved in a blanket finish for the (Listed) Grand Handicap De Deauville, having won a big-field contest at Saint-cloud in the Spring,.

ACD ARABIAN STAR Very game winner of last year’s Silver Cambridgeshire, has been lightly raced since with Saturday’s ‘gold’ in mind. Scored again at Newmarket in the Spring but on the ‘wrong side’ in the Royal Hunt Cup and excuses for his last run, too.

AB LORD AERYN Ended a long losing run in a big field at Thirsk in August (class 3), a decent effort considering that the handicapper got hold of him 18 months ago and he’s had to race off a similar mark since.

Also: (ACF) Double Dealer, Indian Jack, Las Verglas Star, Rewarded, Strictly Silver, (AC) Chapter Seven, Burke’s Rock,. Levitate, Norse Blues, Switzerland, Weapon Of Choice, (ADF) Hillview Boy and Spanish Duke.

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