Author: Alex Christodoulou Mar 27, 2020 06:36 PM
After cleaning up at the Moonee Valley meet on Friday night, Deane Lester backed that up with another impressive showing at Mornington on Saturday.
The Melbourne form guru bagged 3 winners from the 4 races covered by his staking plan.
This resulted in an outstanding 34% POT for everyone who followed Deane's staking plan, which you can exclusively access here.
To see just how consistently Deane has been tipping, have a glance at our horse racing leaderboard and filter by the past 365 days and actual stake.
If you had followed Deane's staking plan over this period, you would have finished well in the black. Deane's effort ranks him in the top 10 media experts by this measure.
Top media experts by actual stake over the past 365 days
This is yet another demonstration of why Deane's staking plan is so sought after by punters.
Get your hands on it as well as his speed maps and comments on his top rated runners for this Saturday's Bendigo meeting here.
Read on to see which runners were included in Lester's staking plan last Saturday.
Deane Lester's horse racing tips review at Mornington 21st March 2020:
Race 3: #11 Too Good Too Hard (Low- 10 units)
This mare from the Phillip Stokes yard ran a ripping race.
She came from well back, and beat off much of the field.
Unfortunately, she could only manage second place, losing out to joint-favourite I'm Telling Ya.
Race 4: #11 Sizzlefly (Low- 5 units) and #8 Human Nature (Medium- 20 units)
Deane's analysis was spot on here.
He identified two horses that were better than the rest, and they proved that on race day.
Sizzlefly just pipped Human Nature in the final few strides to get up and pay a nice $5 on the tote.
This is also what the quinella returned if you chucked one on with both of Lester's tips.
Race 6: #8 Chuck A Luck (Low- 10 units) and #4 La Falaise (Low- 10 units)
Deane delivered his second winner here, with Chuck A Luck holding off a fast-finishing Power Scheme.
Jye McNeil got just enough out of his mount, which was declared the winner after the judge examined the photo.
Chuck A Luck paid a solid $4.40 on the tote.
Race 8: #15 Diamond Effort (Low- 10 units) and #12 Prophet's Thumb (Medium- 20 units)
Deane's top pick Prophet's Thumb was disappointing after getting well back in Hareeba Stakes.
But it didn't matter, because Diamond Effort was too quick for them up front.
She paid $4.40, ensuring a handsome profit for all of Deane Lester's followers.