Deane Lester showed last Saturday at Caulfield once again, why he's regarded by most as the best form judge in the business.
He steered his followers into 4 winners on the Underwood Stakes Day card, which came in a hot-streak spanning Race 3 to Race 6.
This was a tremendous achievement considering that Deane only provided staking selections for 6 different races at the meet, staying out of those events he lacked confidence in or thought there was little value.
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Unlike other media tipsters who are obliged to provide a tip in every race, Deane utilises a staking plan to great effect.
Not only will he steer clear of some races, but he'll often suggest multiple bets on a single race, in an approach geared towards optimising profit for the punter.
This was exactly the case at Caulfield, where punters who followed Deane's staking plan walked away with very tidy 49% Profit on Turnover (POT).
If you ever questioned the value of backing more than one in horse in a race, you only had to look at Race 3. Here, Lester included the highly rated Le Baol, but had a saver bet on Saracen Knight.
The Irish stayer was given a peach of a ride by Damien Lane and booted home paying $7.40.
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Deane Lester fills punters' wallets at Caulfield
Punters who want a piece of the action will be given further confidence by the fact that racing heads to Flemington on Saturday.
That's because Deane's Flemington record is something special.
Of the hundreds of tipsters verified by theGreatTipOff.com who have posted at least 80 tips at Melbourne's headquarters over the past 180 days, Deane is easily the best performer.
Over this time period, he boasts an eye watering 38% POT which adds further weight to the argument that no one knows Melbourne tracks better than Deano.
On top of that, he's currently sitting on a 4-month tipping streak at Flemington.
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Deane Lester's enviable 180 day stats at Flemington
Read on to see how Deane went about his business last Saturday.
Deane Lester's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 26th September 2020:
Race 1: #2 How Womantic (15 units) and #6 Wayupinthesaky (5 units)
An unlucky start to the day's proceedings, with How Womantic just falling short.
The talented mare was nosed out in the final few strides by Pinyin coming up the inside.
Race 3: #3 Le Baol (10 units) and #20 Saracen Knight (10 units)
A thrilling conclusion to Race 3 saw Saracen Knight fly home in the final fifty metres to grab Irish Flame on the post.
The son of Camelot showed all of his class to claim the win, and pay a juicy $7.40 in the process.
Race 4: #1 Order Of Command (10 units) and #4 Corruscate (10 units)
Deane went back-to-back with Godolphin sprinter Corruscate proving too sharp for the opposition.
Corruscate paid a solid $3.80 on the tote.
Race 5: #7 Winsdstorm (20 units)
Deane was confident Windstorm would get the job done here, suggesting his highest stake of the day for the Grant and Alana Williams runner.
And despite Buffalo River giving a big sight in the lead, Windstorm had too much zip over the final furlong.
He paid as much as $2.80 on Starting Price.
Race 6: #3 Crosshaven (10 units) and #8 Aysar (10 units)
A fourth straight winner for Deane's followers here, with Crosshaven once again proving too strong from the front.
Some back markers including Aysar were making ground, but Crosshaven was dominant in the end, to pay a very nice $6.50 on the tote.
Race 9: #4 Inverloch (15 units)
Deane's last tip of the day was Inverloch on an each-way basis.
It just wasn't to be this time, with Inverloch tailing off at the back of the field.