Author: Alex Christodoulou Aug 16, 2019 05:57 PM
Another day in the black for Hunter
With his superb record at the track, plenty of punters were sure to be on Mark Hunter's Flemington tips last Saturday.
And he didn't disappoint, finding a nice 18% POT for all his followers.
Hunter is displaying one of the absolute key factors as an expert tipster.
If you'd like to purchase Hunter's Saturday racing tips including his exclusive staking plan for this weekend, you can do that here.
Or, for a recap of his results last week, read on.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Flemington 10th August 2019
Race 2: #3 Heirborn (Medium) and #8 Vegas Knight (Low)
Hunter got his followers off to the perfect start when Heirborn came with a strong run to get the chocolates.
He paid a nice $3.80 in what was a great start to the day.
Vegas Knight also ran a ripping race, finishing 0.3 lengths back in third.
Race 4: #2 Tshahitsi (Medium) - Best Bet and #6 Vinland (Low)
Hunter made it two on the trot when Vinland greeted the judge at the good odds of $5.
This result demonstrates the value of going for two horses in a race.
While Hunter's best bet dropped out to finish 4th, his "saver" bet more than made up for it.
Race 5: #12 Dabiyr (Low), #11 Serenade the Stars (Low), #18 Vellaspride (Low), and #7 Cedar Grande (Low)
Hunter went with an interesting tactic here, suggesting four low stake bets on four roughies.
His leading tip Dabiyr finished the highest up in 3rd place.
But it was 10/1 shot Charossa that got win.
Race 6: #2 The Inevitable (Medium)
This was Hunter's best result of the day.
He certainly was confident that The Inevitable could get the job done, considering it was a standout selection.
And while the result had to go to the judge, the result was inevitable.
Hunter's tip returned a juicy $8.
Race 7: #3 Special Diva (Low) and #6 French Girl (Low)
This result shows that luck tends to balance itself out.
After getting the bob in the photo in the previous race, Hunter just missed out here.
That's because Special Diva got pipped by a nose.
But at $2.40 for a place, the result wasn't all that bad for those who bet each way.
Race 9: #5 Master Shuhood (Low), #13 Humbolt Current (Low) and #1 Dr Drill (Medium)
Did we say luck balances itself out?
Well here it over-corrected itself, with Humbolt Current very stiff to finish 2nd, after making a long run from the back of the field.
While it was a good day for Hunter, it was oh so close to being a brilliant day.