99 DAQMAN NAPS UP IN SECOND TRIO: Daqman raised the bar from three winning bets in three races on Monday to yesterday’s THREE IN A ROW with no losers, a hat-trick for 30 points profit from just the three bets. They included a 6-1 strike and winning nap number 99 at odds against, 5-2. A 90/1 TREBLE IF YOU COMBINED THE THREE! He’s really taken the safety catch off!


4TH 25-1 ASHRUN (w/p Melbourne Cup 41.0 ON BETDAQ)

HORSES TO FOLLOW: Daqman adds depth to his winner-finding with Fortune Cookies and exclusive ratings. He starts to unwind them in the final week of the Flat and prepares new lists for the Jumps and for next Flat season 2024.


OUT with the old and in with the new. Tomorrow Daqman will publish his ratings for this year’s two-year-olds, ranking them as the three-year-olds of 2024.

It is worthwhile compiling your own lists now to give yourself a head start next March and an ante-post value search to see you through the winter. Can you beat Daqman’s results for the last two seasons?

LAST YEAR: Three-year-old colts of 2022 (as top rated when 2yo)
120 NATIVE TRAIL (Charlie Appleby) won the Irish 2,000 Guineas.
118 LUXEMBOURG (Aidan O’Brien) won the Irish Champion Stakes
115 PERFECT POWER (Richard Fahey) won the Commonwealth Cup
114 BAYSIDE BOY (Roger Varian) won the British Champions Mile
114 COROEBUS (Charlie Appleby) won Newmarket 2,000 Guineas
Three-year-old fillies of 2022 (top rating when 2yo)
113 INSPIRAL (John and Thady Gosden) won the Coronation Stakes

THIS YEAR: Three-year-old colts of 2023 (as top rated when 2yo)
124 LITTLE BIG BEAR (Aidan O’Brien) won Sandy Lane Stakes
120 CHALDEAN (Andrew Balding) won the 2,000 Guineas
119 AUGUSTE RODIN (Aidan O’Brien) won Epsom and Irish Derbys
Three-year-old fillies of 2023 (top rating when 2yo)
118 TAHIYRA (Dermot Weld) won Irish 1,000, Coronation Stakes

NEXT YEAR: Look out for Daqman’s 2024 list tomorrow


⭕ 12.55 Chepstow The course passed a morning inspection but the going will be bottomless and I’m not altogether certain that will suit the warm Betdaq Betting Exchange favourite Eceparti in the opener.

The 7lb penalty certainly won’t stop him if he repeats last week’s 29 length win here but it came in a weaker looking race and the going was good to soft then. I am not altogether convinced by the Venetia William’s trained gelding’s form on heavy which doesn’t leap out on his career CV. Furthermore, he is making a quick reappearance.

I’ll try a win and place alternative on Faustinovick who is the only course and distance winner in the race (having won this last year) and also has proven form on heavy ground.

The downside is he needs to improve from his seasonal reappearance but that’s why we are getting the price we are and the current form of the Joe Tizzard yard is a big positive (5 winners from last 22 runners).

Both Art Deco and Head And Heart bring reasonable form into the race and Head On Heart especially appeals as a mare who has a future over the larger obstacles and the current form of trainers Philip Hobbs & Johnson White (4 winners from last 12).

A small win and place on both Eceparti and Head On Heart appeals more than a win bet on the favourite. I’ll stake in such a way that a place return from either will cover all stakes on the race.


⭕ 1.15 Warwick Alan King has chosen this race instead of Exeter on Friday for Helnwein who showed plenty of promise in bumpers including a win at Ffos Las on today’s forecast soft ground.

He then followed up under a penalty with a third to Farnoge at Uttoxeter who has followed up since snd the runner-up from that race Hasthing went on to run a cracker when third in a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree.

It’s a race full of potential but he brings the best form into the race and looks the call.


⭕ 7.00 Kempton London Sprint Series (Final) Handicap A decent class 2 handicap in which Prop Forward can continue the good recent form of trainer Clive Cox.

He’s been off the track for 187 days but that shouldn’t be a concern as he has run well after a break before and loves the all-weather with a 3-4 record. He seems best when making the running so hopefully Richard Kingscote will deploy catch me if you can tactics.

James Fanshawe is in good form but his runner here Fresh is not. The switch to headgear might spark an improvement but he has four and a quarter lengths to find with the selection on course and distance form from April. With a 9lb swing in the weights he is entitled to finish a lot closer and looks the danger.


12.55 Chepstow (win bets staked to win 20, place bets staked to win 10)
BET 1.4pts win and 5.0pts place FAUSTINOVICK
BET 2.3pts win and 6.9pts place HEAD AND HEART

1.15 Warwick (win 10, nap)
BET 10.0pts win HELNWEIN

7.00 Kempton (win 10)

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