Following his stellar showing at Mornington a fortnight ago, Deane Lester backed it up in style after cleaning up at Bendigo last Saturday.
The form guru proved once again that there aren't many better when it comes to hunting winners around Victorian race tracks.
Not only did he jag a big roughie, but he also saw his best bet of the day salute.
Punters who followed Deane's staking plan exclusive to his Saturday racing package, went home with a whopping 107% POT.
Deane's big day out at Bendigo
It was yet another demonstration of the value of Lester's racing package which contains not only his staking plan, but also his comments on each runner, best tips for each race as well as his speed maps.
He develops his speed maps using a wealth of knowledge obtained over years of form analysis, which combines his unique insights of track traits with both horse and jockey abilities.
It really is your complete race day information pack.
Get you hands on Deane Lester's tipping package for Saturday's Caulfield meeting here.
Or, to see which winners he got a hold of at Bendigo last week, read on.
Deane Lester's horse racing tips review at Bendigo 28th March 2020:
Race 1: #2 Grand Promenade (Medium- 20 units) and #7 No Commitment (Low- 5 units)
Both of Deane's tips ran well, finishing 4th and 2nd respectively.
No Commitment was well placed to claim the win, but just couldn't reel in Budd Fox.
Despite not seeing a payout, Deane's followers would've gained confidence from this race.
Race 2: #12 Villa Sarchi (Low- 5 units) and #15 Arctic Shock (Low- 5 units)
Once again, Deane's tips ran well, finishing 4th and 2nd respectively.
It was even closer here, with Arctic Shock just missing out.
Given that the mare was paying $15 for the win, Deane's followers would've been cursing their luck.
Race 5: #13 Scriba (Low- 5 units)
This was a bit of a throw at the stumps by Deane.
The roughie from the Patrick Payne yard finished back in the pack.
Race 6: #8 Snogging (Low- 5 units) and #13 Vanuatu (Medium- 15 units)
Deane bagged his first winner of the day here, and didn't he make it count!
Snogging withstood a late challenge by Clarice Cliffs to get up in the photo finish.
Michael Walker got just enough out of his mount, in what was a great result for Deane's followers.
That's because Snogging paid a massive $22.90 on the tote.
Race 7: #7 Riddle Me That (Medium- 15 units) and #17 Toffee Doll (Medium- 15 units)
Deane went back-to-back here, with Riddle Me That also getting home after a photo finish.
Where Deane's luck was out early on, it had certainly turned around by this stage.
Riddle Me That paid a solid $4.20.
Race 9: #12 Big Night Out (High- 30 units) - Best Bet
Deane capped things off in style, bagging his best bet, and sending his followers home happy.
Big Night Out was the class horse in the race, and he showed it, coming away for a big win.
The John Sadler-trained gelding paid $2.30 on the tote.
The market got it spot on here.