Author: Alex Christodoulou Aug 23, 2019 09:50 AM
David Gately had just about the perfect tipping day at Caulfield last week.
He steered his followers into six of the nine winners on the card, resulting in a whopping 156% POT.
Amongst his many winners, Gator also landed his best bet of the day to top off the fill-up.
You simply can't ask for any better than this.
In better news for punters, we return to The Valley this Saturday where he boasts a life-time profit.
If you would like to purchase David's Saturday racing tips for this Saturday which includes his exclusive staking plan, you can do that here.
To see how Gator went about his work at Caulfield last week, read on.
David Gately's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 17th August 2019
Race 1: #12 Pippie (Medium)
What a way to kick things off.
Pippie made every post a winner to bolt in for a dominant three length win.
And at odds of $3.50, this was a great price for the race favourite.
Race 2: #2 Benitoite (Medium)
Gator went bang, bang when Benitoite saluted in the second.
She came with a strong run get there in the final few strides ahead of 100/1 shot Room To Rhyme.
And at winning odds of $4.40, Gator was already edging his way towards a profit.
Race 3: #11 Snitzipeg (Medium)
Probably Gately's worst result of the day.
Snitzipeg dropped out of it to finish towards the end of the field.
Race 4: #6 Age Of Chivalry (High) - Best Bet
Gator's best bet delivered.
Age Of Chivalry found the front and just ran away from them, proving that he was the quality horse in the field.
This gelding paid $2.40, which is indicative of what a good horse he is.
Race 5: #2 Bivouac (Medium)
Gator went back-to-back again when Bivouac got the chocolates.
This highly-rated Godolphin runner bolted in to win by a massive 4.3 lengths.
Plenty of punters would've been laughing that they were able to get odds as good as $3.
Race 6: #4 Exhilarates (Low)
Gator was confident that if this filly could handle the soft track, the she'd be too good for them first up.
And wasn't she ever.
Exhilarates won by an easy margin in the end, returning the meaty odds of $7.30.
The future is certainly looking bright for the Godolphin stable.
Race 7: #7 Behemoth (Medium)
Behemoth ran a solid race to finish 4th.
Race 8: #11 Mystic Journey (High)
The Cox Plate favourite Mystic Journey added another paling to her picket fence on Saturday.
She was too good in the Group 2 P.B. Lawrence Stakes, in what was the perfect first-up run.
This Tassie mare is set for a super Spring Carnival.
Race 9: #12 Victory Kingdom (Medium)
Coming round the home turn, Victory Kingdom sped to the front, and looked ready to cap the day off in style for Gator.
However, she got swamped in the final furlong.
This talented mare was still good enough to hold on for third place though.
She is another one to watch going forward.