DAQMAN POWER TO THE PUNTER: Daqman has hopefully hit a power surge, with a winner a day this week so far, after his 11-2 strike with Our Power on Saturday:

WON 5-2 TROPEZ POWER (Tuesday)

WLLIE MULLINS’ CHELTENHAM SHOCK: Worried that Willie Mullins’ Cheltenham winners are not worth backing? Daqman research shows that in the last decade TWENTY–NINE of his winners at the festival were NOT odds-on favourites.

* They had starting prices of 50-1, 25-1 (three times), 20-1 (twice), 18-1, 16-1, 12-1 (four times), 11-1, 10-1, 8-1, 7-1, 6-1 (twice), 5-1 (twice), 9-2 (twice), 4-1, 3-1, 5-2, 9-4 (twice) and 2-1 (twice).

* Now check out below some Mullins prices and offers on BETDAQ


CHELTENHAM COUNTDOWN: BETDAQ betting on Willie Mullins.

Which are the best Willie Mullins’ probables which are NOT hot favourites? These are some of the prices on BETDAQ Sportsbook or offers on the BETDAQ Exchange.

The drying ground and weather forecast means there is high probability of ‘good’ for the surface in two weeks’ time. CAPITAL LETTERS are those Willie Mullins’ winners with ‘good’ in the going return.

3.30 Tuesday (Champion Hurdle) 5.0 STATE MAN, 17 VAUBAN
4.10 Tuesday (Mares Hurdle) 7.6 Brandy Love, 7.9 Echoes In Rain
1.30 Wednesday (Ballymore) 4.0 Impaire Et Passe, 5.2 Gaelic Warrior
2.10 Wednesday (Brown Advisory) 7.0 SIR GERHARD, 10 Gaillard Du Mesnil, 12 James Du Berlais
3.30 Wednesday (Champion Chase) 10.0 GENTLEMAN DE MEE
4.50 Wednesday (Grand Annual) 8.0 Dinoblue, 9 SAINT ROI, 10 DADS LAD
1.30 Thursday (Turners) 3 EL FABIOLO
2.50 Thursday (Ryanair) 7.5 Janidil
3.30 Thursday (Stayers Hurdle) 8.0 KLASSICAL DREAM
4.10 Thursday (Plate) 8.0 HAUT EN COULEURS
4.50 Thursday (Mares Novices) 4.0 ASHROE DIAMOND, 8 Night And Day, 9 Lot Of Joy
1.30 Friday (Triumph Hurdle) 3.5 Blood Destiny, 6 Gala Marceau, 17 Zenta
2.50 Friday (Albert Bartlett) 6.0 Embassy Gardens
3.30 Friday (Gold Cup) 9.0 STATTLER
4.10 Friday (Hunters Chase) 7.0 BILLAWAY
4.50 Friday (Mares Chase) 15.0 Dolcita
5.30 Friday (Martin Pipe) 6.0 Spanish Harlem, 13 Hauturiere


⭕ 4.45 Wincanton The chance of Ivetwiggedit looks obvious and the six-year-old looks set to defy top weight and rattle up a hat-trick within a month.

She’s shot up another 17lb in the weights but looks a completely different mare since joining the Tom Lacey yard (2 from 2) and the handicapper could hardly do anything else after her 19 length romp at Newcastle last time out where she scored with a ton in hand.

I’m sure her climb up the weights isn’t ending soon either so climb on the ladder whilst you can!

This doesn’t look a strong contest – many of her rivals are out of form or have question marks including La Breille who was pulled up over course and distance on her handicap debut in January.


⭕ 5.10 Lingfield It seems an odd thing to say about an eight-year-old who has had 52 starts but he could be unexposed! Certainly in terms of a two mile flat trip on the all-weather.

That’s certainly the case with Global Wonder who came back after a lengthy absence on the flat when popping up at 28/1 last time out at Chelmsford.

He won in great style and seemed to have plenty in hand so is certainly worth another go here from just a 3lb higher mark.

Add to the mix that Oisin Murphy takes over from claimer Aiden Brookes in the saddle and the Jim and Suzi Best yard are in good form with two winners from their last six runners.

His main Betdaq Betting Exchange rivals look handicapped up to their best form including Easy Equation who struggled under this new mark at Southwell last time out and Big Jimbo who was a beaten favourite over 1m 3f at Kempton last time out and now takes a big step-up in trip.


⭕ 6.00 Kempton Sense Of Worth gets poll position of draw 1 here and whilst the draw isn’t a massive advantage over the mile trip heat Kempton I’d still grab it first in a relatively big field.

Despite being a beaten favourite on his first start for Lee Carter at Wolverhampton last time out he still ran with credit and was a close-up third.

In an open contest he makes more appeal than the Mick Appleby trained Golden Sands who made all to win here last time out but now has to repeat the trick in what looks a tougher contest off a 5lb higher mark.


4.45 Wincanton (win 10, nap)

5.10 Lingfield (win 10)

6.00 Kempton (win 10)

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