Author: Alex Christodoulou Jul 01, 2021 09:22 AM
Fan favourite form judge David Gately put on a clinic on Saturday, steering his followers into a thumping 80% Profit on Turnover (POT) at Rosehill.
Aside from tipping a few fat winners, Gator's Rosehill effort showed once again the value of Dutch betting.
Remember, this is where tipsters select multiple runners in a race, optimising their chances of turning a profit.
As part of his staking plan exclusive to theGreatTipOff.com, Gator will often tip multiple runners in a race.
Gator only needed to snap up 2 winners at Rosehill to turn a handy profit.
The first was $8.90 shot Brutality in Race 7, where Gately also tipped race favourite Great House.
David Gately found a nice winner in race 7
Punters would've loved this result, after the rougher tip Brutality zoomed up the inside to get the chocolates.
Great House finished a close third.
Gator's other winner came in the next race, where both of his selections again ran a place.
But like in the previous, it was the rougher result that got up.
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Mirra Vision had just enough in the tank to get over the top of Charretera and Gator's other selection Canasta.
The talented mare from the Snowden yard paid a juicy $9.10 on the tote.
Another example of Dutch Betting strategy
Both of these races demonstrate how effective Dutch betting can be.
For punters looking Dutch their own selections, our Dutching calculator is the perfect tool.