Quite Simply, a ‘Nap’ is seen as the best bet of the day – If you were to put a gun to a someone’s head and ask them for their ‘Nap of the day’, this would be the selection they feel has the most likely chance of victory.
It is often the case that the Nap selection is often favourite, often a short price, as is more than likely a selection that wouldn’t have gone under the radar of Bookmakers and Punters alike, and is likely to be popular in the betting markets throughout the day.
You will often see ‘N.B’ next to horses name in some publications or websites. This is ‘Next Best’ – as it suggests, this is the next best selection in the view of the tipster after the Nap selection. With the huge amount of racing there is available to us each day – some times as many as 9 race meetings, it would be silly to ignore all the other races across the country and therefore offer an ‘N.B’ selections for readers and viewers.
You may also see a ‘Naps Table’ within a number of National publications, this is a chart detailing the performance of certain tipsters and columnists Nap selections, with the tipster who achieves the best level stakes profit at the end of the season being crowned the Winner of the ‘Naps League’.
As mentioned above, a Nap is the selection you feel has the best chance of victory. Therefore a good judge would analyse all the factors – form, draw, weight, fitness, Trainer, Jockey, ground – numerous other variables that can affect the performance of a Horse, and come to a confident decision who they feel has the best chance of victory that day.
We have a team of form experts and industry professionals who do the hard work for you, and publish our Nap selections on a daily basis so rest assured that our Naps are well researched and to check out mybetbuddy.com each day to get our Nap of the day