Author: Alex Christodoulou Jul 13, 2019 09:59 AM
David Gately had a cracking tipping day at Randwick last weekend, once again proving that HQ is one of his most favoured tracks.
He bagged three winners, but with a shade more luck there could easily have been a few more.
Punters who backed his Randwick tips would've ended the day with 30% profit on turnover.
If you would like to purchase David's Saturday racing tips for this weekend, you can do that here.
To see how his day unfolded at Randwick last week, read on.
David Gately's horse racing tips review at Randwick 6th July 2019:
Race 1: #2 Rule The World
Gator got his followers off to the perfect start on Saturday when Rule The World greeted the judge.
It was a typical Gai Waterhouse run, with Rule The World making every post a winner and gritting out a tough win.
And at $3.10 odds, this was a healthy enough price for the race favourite.
Race 2: #2 Syd's Footprints
This gelding was highly fancied by many, who all expected him to do something first-up.
It looked like he needed the run though, only finishing 8th.
Race 3: #8 Sir Elton
Gator was confident with this runner, after he had a tough run on debut but still won easily.
Even though he was stepping up to Saturday class, Sir Elton was far too strong once again.
He won by two lengths.
Race 4: #5 Sweet Victory
Coming round the home turn, Sweet Victory was full of running and looked the winner.
She fought bravely all the way to the line, but in the end was just swamped by two rivals.
Race 5: #4 High Power
Race 6: #2 Dr Drill
This gelding from the Maher and Eustace stable was brought up from Melbourne to take on the Sydneysiders.
He ran a brilliant race, and looked set to claim the win.
That was until Wu Gok got a split up the inside and pinched the race.
Race 7: #5 Deity (Best Bet)
Gator's best in Sydney was the Godolphin runner Deity.
And this was another runner who with a little more luck would've got the win.
She finished in 3rd place.
Race 8: #9 Ljungberg
Gately hopped back into the winner's circle in the penultimate race on the card.
Ljungberg franked his favouritism and won comfortably on the wet track.
Race 9: #9 Misteed
This Snowden-trained filly just didn't look to handle the track.
She finished in a long way back in 5th.