Mark Hunter delivered a monster profit for all his followers last week at Moonee Valley.
The Melbourne guru has established himself as one of Australia's best form analysts in recent times.
In fact, 6 out of his last 8 Saturday premium tipping packages have resulted in a profit for everyone who follows his staking plan, which you can exclusively access here.
Speaking of the staking plan, punters who followed it at The Valley a fortnight ago yielded a mammoth 240%.
That's $2.40 in profit for every dollar wagered.
He tipped 5 winners from the 9 race card, including a $15 pop in the final race to send punters home with a big smile on their face.
With Melbourne racing returning to Flemington this Saturday, the good news just keeps getting better for Hunter followers.
That's because on our horse racing tipping leaderboard, he ranks number one out of all of the media experts for most cash profit at Melbourne's HQ over the past 180 days.
If you had backed all of his Flemington tips with $100 bets over this time, you would have reeled in a very nice $4,880 profit. This amounts to a whopping 40% Profit on Turnover, which is simply incredible given the high profile racing on display at the track.
Mark Hunter's 180 day Flemington tipping stats
You can get you hands on Hunter's racing package including his staking plan for Saturday's Flemington meeting here.
Or, for a recap of his results at The Valley, read on.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Moonee Valley 30th November 2019:
Race 1: #2 Tagaloa (Medium) and #8 Baaqyah (Medium)
What an outstanding start to the day it was.
In the first, Hunter's two selections quinella'd the race, with Tagaloa just getting the better of Baaqyah.
The winner paid a handy $4.40 on SP, while anyone who took a quinella would've enjoyed the $7.60 payout.
Race 2: #2 Balabeel (Medium) and #7 November Dreaming (Medium)
Here, November Dreaming was the runner up to the talented gelding Westbrook Park.
Balabeel also ran a good race to finish 4th.
Race 3: #4 Causeway Girl (Medium) and #7 Can'tforgetyou (Medium)
But it wasn't long before Hunter was back in the winner's circle.
Can'tforgetyou got the chocolates in a driving finish, paying a handsome $5.10.
Causeway Girl wasn't far behind in 3rd place.
Race 5: #5 Talenti (High)
Hunter made this fav one of his best bets of the day and it paid off.
Despite lumping the top weight, Talenti was too good for them, winning by a comfortable margin in the end.
He paid $2.10.
Race 8: #6 Secret Blaze (High)
Hunter's other best bet Secret Blaze also greeted the judge.
This Tony McEvoy-trained gelding had too much toe for the race favourite Rupture.
Secret Blaze paid a decent $3.80, adding to the profit for Hunter's followers.
Race 9: #14 Never Again (Medium), #6 Spirit Of Aquada (Low), and #17 Mumbles (Low)
But the major inroads were saved until last.
The well-bred Never Again brought all of his class to the fore, bolting in to win by an easy two lengths.
This son of High Chaparral paid a juicy $15.40 on the tote, capping off the day in style.