Jun 08, 2019 08:34 AM
Author: Alex Christodoulou
Hunter continues to fire
Mark Hunter had yet another profitable day with his racing tips on Saturday.
This recent effort takes his total profit tally over the past year in excess of the $5K mark.
With statistics of 5% POT over the last 365 days, there's no surprise that racing pundits tout the ex-AFL star as one of the most consistent tipsters in the game.
Punters who followed Hunter's tips last week were cheering, with 62% POT banked.
Not only did he bag a few good winners, but one of them was his best bet.
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Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 1st June 2019
Race 3: #11 Mr Genoa (Medium) and #7 Asgard Massif (Medium)
Hunter had punters cheering from the off, with Asgard Massif making every post a winner in Race 3.
He never looked like losing, kicking away at the top of the straight to win by a margin.
Mr Genoa finished at the opposite end, in last place.
Race 4: #7 Sam Slick (High- Best Bet) and #12 Silent Roar (Low)
This race demonstrates the benefit of having a "saver" bet.
Hunter was super confident in Sam Slick, but also suggested a small saver on Silent Roar, given Sam Slick's wide barrier.
And this was borne out, with Silent Roar leading all the way to win, and Sam Slick just not having the luck in running.
Race 6: #7 Bam's On Fire (High- Best Bet) and #3 Propelle (Medium)
There's nothing better than loading up on a horse and it not letting you down.
This was exactly what happened with Bam's On Fire, who stormed home to win by more than two lengths.
Propelle meanwhile was disappointing in 9th.
Race 8: #9 Cath's Village (Medium) and #4 Miss Vixen (Medium) and #6 Nariko (Low)
Hunter suggested three tips for his followers in Race 8, with his highest-confidence runner being Cath's Village.
He wrote "it's flying, [the Kevin Corstens stable] is just flying."
Unfortunately for punters, Cath's Village fell agonizingly close in the photo.
Considering it was paying $14 for a win, Hunter and his followers fell just shy of absolutely cleaning up.