Author: Alex Christodoulou Jun 28, 2019 01:32 PM
How does he do it?
Mark Hunter has been in red hot form in recent weeks and his hot streak doesn't look like ending anytime soon.
The Melbourne analyst's Saturday tipping package contained 7 winners from 9 races on the Flemington card.
Those punters who followed Hunter's staking plan with $100 win bets had an absolute fill up, with $4,190 cash profit and 419% Profit on Turnover (POT).
He's having a month to remember, with 35% POT over the past 30 days.
Even more impressive is his 365 day stats which sit at 8% POT, with average win price odds of $4.10.
Hunter's impressive 365 day tipping stats
With these kind of numbers, it's no wonder Hunter is considered one of the most astute analysts in the land.
If you'd like to purchase Hunter's Saturday racing tips for Caulfield this Saturday which includes his staking plan, you can do that here.
See which runners were included in Hunter's staking plan below.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Flemington 22nd June 2019
Race 1: #13 Rubisaki (Medium) and #2 St Edward's Crown (Low)
Hunter got his followers off to the perfect start when the Patrick Payne-trained Rubisaki put in a dominant performance to win easily.
And at a price of $4.20, this was nothing to sneeze at.
St Edward's Crown didn't fare as well, finishing in the second half of the field.
Race 2: #10 Habesha (Low) and #9 Pop Queen (Low)
Value was the goal in this race, with Hunter suggesting a small bet on two long shots.
Pop Queen was the rougher of the two, starting at odds of $31.
But it didn't just start at these odds, it won at these odds.
That's right, Hunter gave his followers this absolute gem of a tip!
Even better is the fact that he tipped it when it was at 40/1.
That meant an even better price for you if you got on early.
Race 3: #2 Milwaukee (Medium)
Hunter couldn't be seeing them any clearer by this stage.
After his mammoth winner, he backed it up with another correct tip.
Milwaukee put in a late dive to just get the bob in the photo finish.
Incredibly, the first nine horses finished within a length of each other.
But when your luck is in, your luck is in.
Race 5: #3 Laure Me In (Medium), #9 Harbour Grey (Low), #10 Play Master (Low) and #11 Groundbreak (Low)
Hunter made it four from four when Groundbreak got the chocolates at 11/1.
What more can we say about Mark Hunter's form?
All his followers were swimming in champagne by this point.
Race 8: #2 Sure Knee (Medium) and #4 Heavenly Emperor (Low)
Just to put the cherry on top, Hunter also got the winner here.
Sure Knee won in commanding fashion, sending Hunter's followers into euphoria.