Author: Alex Christodoulou Sep 07, 2019 08:17 AM
David Gately made it four profitable Saturdays on the bounce last week, with another tipping masterclass.
He secured 40% POT for all those following his staking plan across both the Rosehill and Caulfield meets, giving punters a warm welcome to Spring.
Gator did his best work at Caulfield, where he steered his followers into no less than 5 winners.
He's in as good as touch as a certain Australian batsman at the moment.
To see if the charasmatic analyst can make it five on-the-trot, you secure his Saturday racing package including his exclusive staking plan here.
To see how he ripped through Caulfield last week, read on.
David Gately's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 31st August 2019
Race 1: #5 Exemplar (Low)
This gelding from the Liam Howley stable put in a solid performance in the first.
He couldn't quite match it with Another Coldie though, who took out the race.
Exemplar finished 2nd.
Race 2: #12 Dawn Dawn (Medium)
Gator's followers weren't cursing their luck for long though.
Dawn Dawn ran a ripping race to come over the top of the leader Sam's Image.
He paid a good $6.30 on the Victorian tote, in what was a cracking result early in the meet.
Race 3: #3 My Pendant (Medium)
Gator made it back-to-back winners when My Pendant saluted.
Damien Oliver rode this mare to perfection.
She paid $2.40.
Race 4: #3 Steel Prince (Low)
Gately wasn't as confident with this tip, assigning it the "low" stake.
This proved a smart move, as Steel Prince finished 4th.
Race 5: #4 Super Seth (Medium)
Another winner here, with Super Seth powering to the line.
He proved himself to be the class runner in what was a talent-rich field.
Super Seth paid $3.40.
Race 6: #4 Vega Magic (High)
Easily the most disappointing result of the day.
Vega Magic ran a stinker to finish stone motherless last.
Race 7: #13 Pippie (Medium)
In a meet where leaders were having difficulty, Pippie put in one of the performances of the day.
She made every post a winner, getting home at the short odds of $1.90.
This mare is sure to have plenty more admirers after this run.
Race 8: #11 Alizee (High)
If this race had been another hundred metres longer, then Alizee would've saluted.
As it stands, she just ran out of room, and could only manage 3rd.
The Godolphin runner certainly lost no admirers though.
Race 9: #18 Age Of Chivalry (Medium)
This was another runner who was able to buck the trend and lead all the way.
Age Of Chivalry held off the fast-finishing Qafila to get the win for Gator and his followers.
Jagging the winner in the last is always a good feeling.