Author: Alex Christodoulou Feb 01, 2020 06:36 PM
Deane Lester got all his followers' Australia Day long weekends off to the perfect start last week.
He was on fire on Friday night at the Valley, reeling in 3 winners from 5 selections in his staking plan to generate 64% POT.
But it didn't stop there, with Deane backing up on Saturday to see another of his selections get home at a solid price.
If you'd like to see what all the fuss is about and get your hands on Deane Lester's premium racing package for this weekend, you can do that here.
Deane Lester's Staking Plan tips from The Valley
What makes Lester such an exceptional tipster is his ability to record these kinds of numbers week in, week out.
This is evidenced by the 365 day leaderboard for media tipsters.
Deane is currently sitting inside the top 10, with $2,370 in cash profit at 4% POT.
This kind of consistency is a big part of what makes Deane such a fan favourite.
Top 10 profit makers from the media over the past 365 days
To see which winners he got a hold of at the Valley last Friday, read on.
Deane Lester's horse racing tips review at Moonee Valley 24th January 2020:
Race 3: #7 Sagarra (Low- 5 units) and #11 Mister Mogul (Low- 5 units)
Deane's first winner on the night was Mister Mogul in Race 3.
It was an impressive statement by the 5YO gelding, who dashed away from the field to win by more than 2 lengths.
Over 1000 metres, this really was an emphatic victory.
Mister Mogul paid a handy $4.90.
Race 4: #2 Sei Stella (High- 25 units)
While Sei Stella wasn't as impressive, she was still good enough to make it back to back wins for Lester.
Damian Lane piloted this fav to victory over the short trip of 955 metres.
She paid $2.70.
Race 5: #8 How Womantic (High- 30 units)
This filly from the Maher and Eustace yard is building a very impressive record.
Her victory on Friday night was her third from as many starts, in what has been a flawless start to her career.
Deane clearly new she was a good thing, by suggesting a high stake bet.
We hope you had a fair bit on, because she got crunched right in to $1.60.
Race 8: #5 Classic Weiwei (High- 20 units)
Deane's final bet came in the last race on the card.
And in what was an open betting race, it was Eureka Street that got home.
Classic Weiwei wasn't quite good enough, finishing in the middle of the bunch.