Alan Kings’ Coeur de Lion was last seen when running a very creditable 7th in the Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in March. Having run well on the flat a couple of times last season, without getting his head in front, he looks very well treated back in this code and should take all of the beating for a yard in form – two winners and a second with their last four runners.
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Our NAP of the Day is simply the horse we think is our best bet of the day – the one we’re most confident in. Our Horse Racing NAP is never odds on to ensure that we’re also providing you with value tips. While it’s not a “banker” and won’t win 100% of the time, it’s our biggest recommended stake of all our tips. Our Horse Racing naps of the day have a profitable record and we’d highly recommend backing it if you’re looking for a good chance of picking a winner.
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We pick our horse racing NAPS through a lot of the day; we consider every race being run each day (which can be over 100 in total on busy Saturdays!) although we often exclude certain races based on their type, the market, strong odds on favourites, overly competitive fields, etc. We utilise a comprehensive notebook system whereby horses who have run well (or poorly) are noted and tracked – combined with watching every race in the UK & Ireland every day this gives us a big headstart compared to having to consider each race from scratch.
Why is it called NAP of the Day?
No one is one hundred percent certain why it’s called a NAP but the most commonly accepted explanation is that it derived from the French game Napoleon. The best hand you can have is called a Napoleon which has then been shortened to “Nap”.
Another term you’ll often see close by to “NAP” is “NB” – this just stands for Next Best and is a tipster’s second best bet of the day following their NAP.
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