FOUR WINNERS: 58 POINTS PROFIT: No sooner had Daqman finished a winner-a-day streak for nine days on Saturday than he started two winners a day on Sunday and followed up with the same on Monday from just three bets. There was a winning nap each day and a total profit of almost 58 points!

Monday: profit on the day 16 profits
WON 6-5 YAZAMAN (nap)
WON 5-1 MUJID ‘As clear as Mujid!’ said Daqman

Sunday: profit on the day 41.75
WON 5-1 LOOK DE VEGA (French Derby) ’Look at the new French ace’
WON 23-10 FRANCISCO’S PIE (French nap)

STARS OF THE 2024 SEASON: Today Daqman updates you on the Classic scene with the triple purpose of following the star players: top trainer, leading jockey and winningmost sires. The usual suspects of Aidan O’Brien and Ryan Moore, Charlie Appleby and William Buick, have only one strike each. Play resumes after Royal Ascot.


KARL BURKE KING OF CLASSICS

CLASSIC trophies for 2024 so far have found unexpected mantelpieces, with Karl Burke the leading trainer and Silvestre De Sousa top jockey; both have scored twice.

Dominant sires are Lope De Vega and Too Darn Hot, also with two wins each: winning sire and dam’s sire are given in brackets.

NOTABLE SPEECH 16-1 (English 2,000 Guineas) Charlie Appleby, William Buick; City Of Troy 4-6 fav (Dubawi/Invincible Spirit)

ELMALKA 28-1 (English 1,000 Guineas) Roger Varian, Silvestre De Sousa; Fallen Angel 100-30 fav (Kingman/Selkirk)

METROPOLITAN 24-1 (French 2,000 Guineas) Mario Baratti, Alexis Pouchin; Henry Longfellow 13-10 fav (Zarak/Halling)

ROUHIYA 31-1 (French 1,000 Guineas) Francis-Henri Graffard, Maxime Guyon; Louise Proctor 23-10 fav (Lope De Vega/Raven’s Pass)

DEVIL’S POINT 33-10 (German 2,000 Guineas) David Menuisier, Silvestre De Sousa; Maigret 3-1 fav (New Boy/Pivotal)

DARNATION 13-5 fav (German 1,000 Guineas) Karl Burke, Adrie De Vries (Too Darn Hot/Galileo)

ROSALLION 10-11 fav (Irish 2,000 Guineas) Richard Hannon, Sean Levey (Blue Point/NewApproach)

FALLEN ANGEL 11-4 fav (Irish 1,000 Guineas) Karl Burke, Daniel Tudhope (Too Darn Hot/Lawman)

CITY OF TROY 3-1 fav (English Derby) Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore (Justify/Galileo)

LOOK DE VEGA 5-1 (French Derby) Carlos and Yann Lerner, Ronan Thomas; Fast Tracker 37-10 fav (Lope De Vega/High Chaparral)

Races to come
FRENCH OAKS (Prix De Diane) Sunday, June 16, Chantilly
IRISH DERBY Sunday, June 30, Curragh
IRISH OAKS Saturday, July 20, Curragh
GERMAN DERBY Sunday July 7, Hamburg


MAN FLEW TIME

⭕ 7.15 Lingfield Laoisman has been earning his keep with some aplomb over six furlongs and looked a little unlucky at Windsor last time out not to complete a four-timer.

It looks an intriguing move by connections to drop back in trip to the minimum distance but I can see the thinking. He travels really well in his races and does it quite easily – he also has speed to burn. Staggering to think, with hindsight, his first two races came over a mile!

Harry Brown has to be a danger based on his overall form but has just lacked some spark in his latest two efforts on turf.


THAT’S THE SPIRIT

⭕ 8.00 Wolverhampton There are many here that are struggling for recent winning form and that includes the selection Oriental Spirit but there was enough to like about his Kempton fourth last time out to suggest he can land this.

The problem, in his case, is ‘last time out’ was 216 days ago but that is more than factored into his Betdaq Betting Exchange price.

He won at Kempton in 2022 off a mark of 13lb higher and off a career low mark today tempts me in.

Glory Call has regressed in two starts this season at Newcastle and Catterick and the first time headgear will need to work some magic.

I thought a bigger danger might come from Dequinto who remains a maiden after 10 starts but has bits and pieces of form that puts him in contention.


IT’S STILL PARTIRO TIME

⭕ 9.00 Wolverhampton It’s hard to look beyond the ultra consistent Con Te Partiro whose winning run came to an end at Chelmsford last time out when he was attempting a four-timer.

Two of his three wins though came here over course and distance and whilst the handicapper has nudged him up another pound for his defeat – overall he looks to have been fairly lenient – to get three wins in the bandwidth of just 6lb takes some doing these days.

The visor is also on for the first time tonight and if that ekes out some improvement he should be able to resume winning ways at the chief expense of One Cool Dreamer who has been running respectfully enough in a slightly higher grade.

DAQMAN’S BETS

7.15 Lingfield (win 10, nap)
BET 5.3pts win LAOISMAN

8.00 Wolverhampton (win 10)
BET 5.0pts win ORIENTAL SPIRIT

9.00 Wolverhampton (win 10)
BET 3.9pts win CON TE PARTIRO


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THE ULTRA EURO 2024: Thursday’s Matches
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