Aug 09, 2019 10:17 AM
Author: Alex Christodoulou
Gator snaps up more moula
David Gately is in some superb tipping form at the moment.
He had a day to remember at Moonee Valley last week, generating 90% POT for his followers at the often challenging tight-turning track.
This cracking effort included both his best value bet of the day and best each-way bet of the day saluting.
There's nothing better than a tipster who steers you into juicy winners.
And that's exactly what Gator did.
In exciting news for punters, we've been able to get our hands on David's exclusive staking plan for Saturday racing.
This will allow you to see his confidence levels in each race, providing you unique insight into the betting mind of one of the best in the business.
You can get your hands on it in his premium racing package available here.
To see how he went at The Valley last week, read on.
David Gately's horse racing tips review at Moonee Valley 3rd August 2019
Race 1: #2 Alburq
It wasn't the smoothest of starts for Gator.
This $2.60 favourite was disappointing, and finished 5th.
Race 2: #1 Absolute Flirt
This Danny O'Brien runner snuck into 3rd place.
If you were betting each-way, this was great news.
Absolute Flirt paid $2.10 for the place.
Race 3: #11 Kiss And Cry (Best Bet)
Gator's best bet at Moonee Valley looked the goods for much of the race.
However, the mare by Dundeel just didn't get it her way, and finished in 5th place.
Race 4: #8 New Universe (Best Each-Way Bet)
Gator was confident that this gelding was ready to turn his recent bad luck around.
After running great sectionals two starts back, and then suffering from the Thumps last start, New Universe just needed the breaks to get the win.
That he did, paying $6.70 for the win and $2.40 for the place.
Race 5: #17 Nudge Bar
Race 6: #1 The Statesman
The Statesman hit the lead inside the closing sections and looked like the winner.
However, he dropped away in the final furlong to finish 3rd.
Race 7: #10 Twilight Run
Not the best performance from this favourite, who finished 6th.
Race 8: #13 Age of Chivalry
A solid run to finish a length back in 5th.
Race 9: #9 Queen Anabel (Best Value Bet)
Gator left it late to find his followers a profit but didn't he do it in style.
This mare from the Rebecca Kelly yard ran a ripping race.
Damien Oliver rode her quiet, before unleashing her around the turn where she showed her superior turn of foot.
It was an easy win in the end, with more than a length between Queen Annabel and the placegetters.
And at $8.50 odds, what a tip it was.