Author: Alex Christodoulou Sep 07, 2019 09:10 AM
Local knowledge reigns supreme
Mark Hunter put in yet another accomplished display of tipping last Saturday, proving once again that there's nothing like local knowledge.
He steered his followers into four winners at Caulfield and punters who followed his staking plan were up 9% POT.
Making this result even better was the fact that two of these winners were his best bets.
If you'd like to get a hold of Hunter's Saturday racing tips for this weekend including his staking plan, you can do that here.
Or, for a recap of his results last week, read on.
Mark Hunter's horse racing tips review at Caulfield 31st August 2019
Race 2: #4 Mastering (Medium)
Not the best start to the day.
Mastering made some ground but finished in the middle of the pack.
Race 3: #4 My Pendant (High)
Hunter got his followers straight back on track when My Pendant stormed over the top of them in Race 3.
He paid a handy $2.40 on the Victorian tote.
And with the high stake bet, this win would've been extra special.
Race 4: #8 Guizot (Low) and #4 Self Sense (Low)
The staking plan doesn't just matter when you're winning though.
It's just as important when you miss out.
Both these horses finished well back, but it didn't hurt as much as they were both assigned a low stake.
Race 5: #5 Peidra (Medium) and #4 Super Seth (Medium)
The son of Pierro, Peidra certainly had the quality of breeding on his side.
However, it was the son of Dundeel, Super Seth that franked his breeding.
He surged to strong win at the handy odds of $3.40.
Race 6: #4 Vega Magic (High)
At Caulfield, and first-up from a spell, plenty were thinking that Vega Magic would blow them away.
However, he never looked comfortable pinned against the rail, and consequently didn't get on his correct running leg.
He dropped right out of it in what was a horror performance.
Race 7: #13 Pippie (Medium) and #11 Sylvia's Mother (Medium)
Hunter was pretty close to spot on with these selections.
Pippie got the chocolates while Sylvia's Mother finished 3rd in the Group 3 Cockram Stakes.
Plenty were on Pippie, that started odds-on in the Victorian pool.
Race 8: #11 Alizee (Medium)
Alizee ran a terrific race in the Memsie, coming from well back to finish 3rd.
It was Scales Of Justice who got the better run and therefore the win.
Race 9: #18 Age Of Chivalry (High)
Hunter rounded out the day with a great winner in the "Get Out Stakes".
And didn't he get his followers out of trouble, finding them a winner with the high staking.
Age Of Chivalry led all the way to win at $2.30 odds.