Author: Alex Christodoulou Aug 23, 2019 09:38 AM
Hunter hits his target with big profit
Mark Hunter cleaned up at Caulfield last Saturday, steering his followers into a huge 130% POT.
Remarkably, only two of his eight tips missed a placing.
This shows just how good Hunter is seeing them at the moment.
There's no doubt that after this effort, plenty of punters will be jumping on this ex-AFL star's tips.
And you can get your hands on his racing package for Saturday's meet at The Valley here.
Or, for a recap of his results last week, read on.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 17th August 2019:
Race 3: #11 Snitzipeg (Medium)
The way Snitzipeg jumped out of the barriers and found the front, many punters would've been thinking that they were going to start the day with a bang.
Snitzipeg tired and dropped out of it though, finishing in the second half of the field.
Race 4: #3 Shot Of Irish (Low) and #6 Age Of Chivalry (Medium)
This race couldn't have panned out more perfectly for Hunter's followers.
His higher staked bet Age Of Chivalry led all the way in what was a strong victory for the Kiwi-bred horse.
It gets even better though, as Shot of Irish snuck into a placing.
The reason this is such a good result is that in his comments, Hunter suggested an each way bet on Shot Of Irish.
This meant that punters were collecting twice here.
Race 5: #1 Dubious (Medium)
Dubious ran a solid race, but was no match for the dominant winner Bivouac.
He finished 4th.
Race 6: #4 Exhilarates (Low) and #5 Absolute Flirt (Low)
What a ripping result for Hunter!
Not only did he bag the winner, with Exhilarates getting home at $7.30, but Absolute Flirt ran second, paying $2.40 for the place.
This quinella paid as much as $37.50 if anyone was wise enough to chuck one on.
Even if you didn't, Exhilarates' win ensured that the day would end in profit.
Race 9: #5 Grey Shadow (Medium) and Miss Iano (Medium)
Hunter's last tips of the day were absolute gems.
Grey Shadow powered down the centre of the track to just edge out the equally fast-finishing Miss Iano.
The winner paid a juicy $9 on starting price, in what was the perfect way to end the day.
That's unless you played another quinella.
This one paid a meaty $29.80.
It was simply raining profits if you followed Hunter's tips.