Jul 06, 2019 09:48 AM
Author: Alex Christodoulou
Hunter eyes off another Flemington feast
There's no doubt that ex-Aussie Rules star Mark Hunter has become one of Australia's best form analysts.
The fact that he's sitting on 7% POT from his tips in the past 365 demonstrates his quality.
But what punters might want to know, is that there's one track that Hunter always seems to clean up at.
That's at Flemington, which also happens to be his local track.
Flemington Racecourse sits just across the river from Footscray. And it was with Footscray, now the Western Bulldogs, that Hunter was such a quality Aussie Rules player.
There's no doubt that his intimate knowledge of the Flemington track gives him an edge.
In the past 365 days, Hunter has made his followers $8,250 in cash profit from $100 win bets at Flemington, at 38% POT.
These numbers get even better if you zone in on the past 90 days, where Hunter's POT sits at a whopping 140%.
And with a race meet at Flemington this Saturday, you can be sure that Hunter's tips will be hot property.
If you'd like to purchase Hunter's Saturday racing tips for this weekend, you can do that here.
Read on below to see how his tips performed last Saturday at Caulfield.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 29th June 2019
Race 2: #10 Shrouded in Mist (Medium)
Made a strong run from the tail of the field to finish 5th.
Race 3: #6 Twilight Run (Low)
Hunter's eye for finding value was in again, with this runner putting in a huge performance to finish 2nd.
When Hunter selected this horse, it was paying 30/1 odds for the win.
Race 6: #5 Peace Brother (Low)
This roughie also snuck home for a place, so credit to you if you backed it each-way.
At $3.70 odds for a place, it was great value.
Race 7: #1 Carzoff (Medium) and #7 One More Try (Low)
Hunter made it yet another placing when One More Try finished 2nd.
Carzoff was also close in 4th.
Race 8: #9 Amortentia (Medium) and #11 Honey Esprit (Medium)
Both of these horses missed out on a place.
Race 9: #10 Into Rio (Medium)
Into Rio finished well back in 9th.