Author: Alex Christodoulou Oct 05, 2019 08:37 AM
Mark Hunter was bang on once again with his tips at Mornington last Saturday.
He tipped two good winners, steering punters who followed his staking plan into a thumping 95% POT.
It was so close to being an even better day out for the popular Melbournian.
That's because all of his other selections found a place, demonstrating that he's clearly seeing them well at the moment.
There's nothing like a having an in-form Melbourne track specialist in your back pocket at this time of the year.
If you'd like to get a hold of Hunter's Saturday premium racing package for Flemington, including his exlusive staking plan, you can purchase it here.
Or, for a recap of his results last week, read on.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Mornington 28th September 2019
Race 1: #4 Vellaspride (Medium)
This was the definition of an unlucky start to the day.
Vellaspride looked for all money like he was going to get the win.
But Shepard never gave up, and the result came down to a photo finish.
Shepard just put his head down at the right time to get the chocolates.
Race 2: #4 Shotgun Rosie (Medium)
Another close placing here, with Shotgun Rosie finishing just half a length behind the odds-on winner in third place.
Considering she was paying even money for the place, some punters would've got their money back.
Race 3: #8 So You Swing (Medium)
The bad luck came to an end in Race 3, to the joy of all of Hunter's followers.
This Ellerton and Zahra-trained mare proved herself to be the class animal on the day.
She kicked away to win comfortably, and at the good odds of $5.30.
Hunter's followers were in the black.
Race 5: #2 Too Good Too Hard (Medium)
The profits increased in Race 5 when Too Good Too Hard was too quick as well.
Over the six furlongs, this mare was just too fast for them.
The market got it spot on, as she started as the $2.50 favourite.
Race 7: #9 Creedence (Medium)
Hunter's last selection was on a nice piece of value.
Creedence was paying $9 for the win and $2.30 for the place, so we're hoping that a few of you bet each-way.
That's because he ran a solid race to finish 3rd.