Author: Alex Christodoulou Mar 04, 2020 06:36 PM
Deane Lester was at his brilliant best at Flemington last Saturday.
He steered his followers into 4 winners on the 9 race Australian Guineas Day card, returning 45% Profit on Turnover (POT).
But that statistic doesn't reflect the true quality of Deane Lester's tips.
That's because if you followed his staking plan exclusive to his premium racing package which you can get here, this POT surges up to 75%.
Deano's day out at Flemington
This was yet another demonstration of how Lester's staking plan can make all the difference when you're on the punt.
It provides unique insight into one of the sharpest racing minds in the country, revealing which horses he's confident on and perhaps more importantly, which races he's staying out of.
The benefit of backing Lester's confidence couldn't have been more clear after last Saturday's result.
His best bets of the day saluted, while it was the ones he wasn't so keen on that missed out.
And with another big Flemington meet this Saturday, Deane is in the box seat to deliver another big profit.
Get set for Saturday's racing feast with Deane Lester's tipping package here, which includes his exclusive staking plan.
Read on to see how each of his selections went last Saturday.
Deane Lester's horse racing tips review at Flemington 29th February 2020
Race 2: #4 King Of Leogrance (High- 25 units) and #2 Dabiyr (Medium- 15 units)
Deane couldn't have got the day off to a more perfect start.
His big bet was on King Of Leogrance, who stormed down the centre of the track to get the chocolates.
The well-bred stayer paid a handy $3.40 on the tote.
Dabiyr ran second, so Deane really had all bases covered.
Race 4: #2 Sylvia's Mother (High- 30 units) - Best Bet
Deane went back-to-back when his best bet of the day, Sylvia Mother, proved far too good for them in Race 4.
The talented mare didn't have the easiest run, but she still had more than enough class to get the job done.
The market got it spot on, with Sylvia's Mother starting the $2.40 favourite.
Race 5: #6 Blazejowski (Low- 10 units) and #1 Age Of Chivalry (Low- 10 units)
It was a hat-trick of winners for Lester's followers after Blazejowksi prevailed in a three-way battle in the final furlong.
The three favourites each looked like the winner at some stage up the long Flemington straight.
But it was the grey Blazejowski that got the win, paying $3.20 on the tote.
Race 8: #2 Fifty Stars (Medium- 15 units) and #8 Guizot (Low- 10 units)
Yet another winner here, with Fifty Stars getting up.
Despite being posted three-wide the trip, this horse was a cut above the rest.
He won easily, and paid $2.60.
Race 9: #11 Big Night Out (Medium- 15 units)
Deane went agonisingly close to making it a clean sweep and sending his followers home with a monster profit.
That's because Big Night Out fell just half a length short in second place in the final race on the card.
Considering he was paying $6.50 for the win, this really would've been a sensational way to round out the day's proceedings.