Jun 15, 2019 07:25 AM
Author: Alex Christodoulou
How Gator got on
David Gately had a rip-snorting tipping day up in Brisbane two weeks ago, steering punters into a 66% POT.
And on Stradbroke Day, the biggest racing meet in the Sunshine State, Gator backed that effort up.
He found three winners for punters at the Farm, delivering 30% POT for followers.
Find out how much those winners paid below.
But if you would like to purchase David's Saturday racing tips for this weekend, you can do that here.
David Gately's horse racing tips review at Eagle Farm 8th June 2019:
Race 1: #1 Plague Stone
This favourite had a very disappointing run, dropping out to finish 8th.
Race 2: #8 Outback Barbie (Best Bet)
There's not much to say about this filly other than she ran a stinker.
Race 3: #6 Niccanova
Gator went for a bit of value in the third.
Unfortunately all Niccanova could manage was a middle-of-the-pack finish.
Race 4: #4 Victorem
After a slow start Gator surged into profit when Jenny Graham and Ben Looker combined to get Victorem over the line.
This talented gelding won comfortably in the end, paying a nice $4.40.
Gator tipped this horse when it was at 6/1, so credit to you if you got on early too.
Race 5: #5 Kolding
Gator went back-to-back after Kolding recorded a strong victory.
The Waller-trained, McDonald-ridden Ocean Park gelding had bags of class on his side.
$2.80 is a good price for a horse with all this star power.
Race 6: #7 Prince Fawaz
We've seen in previous weeks that Gator can really get on a roll.
That's what happened here, when he made it three straight winners.
Prince Fawaz got the bob-in in the photo finish.
It paid a healthy $4.
Race 7: #6 Nobu
In the Queensland Derby, Gately went with the well-bred Nobu.
It ran a solid race, finishing fourth.
It was Mr Quickie who proved himself to be the best stayer.
Race 8: #2 Pretty In Pink
The Stradbroke field was so jam-packed with quality that you could make a case for just about every horse.
Gator went with the filly Pretty In Pink, who was carrying feathers.
However, it wasn't to be, with Trekking far too strong in the end.
Race 9: #5 Haripour
This Waller-trained import was very underwhelming, finishing 8th.