Author: Alex Christodoulou Jul 07, 2021 09:48 AM
David Gately has been putting the points on the board in recent weeks, dishing up big profits with his horse racing tips.
For the second week running, Gator recorded a fat Rosehill profit and it was largely thanks to his Dutch betting strategy.
As part of Gately's premium tip package, he provides his all-important staking plan.
While he is often obliged to tip a single runner in each race, Gator's staking plan gives him the freedom leave a race all together if he feels there is no value to be found, or too many dangers.
Conversely, he will tip multiple runners in a race if he believes this is the best way to turn a profit in race.
And that's exactly what happened at Rosehill, with Gator's tips generating a fat 96% Profit on Turnover.
The biggest inroads came in Race 4, where Gator tipped two horses, The Big Easy and Yardstick.
In this wide open race, Dutct betting looked the smart play, and it paid off for Gator with The Big Easy greeting the judge at fat $14.30 odds.
Gator uses Dutch betting effectively at Rosehill
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Gator tipped two other winners on the card: Hellenism in Race 2 ($3.60) and Our Bellagio Miss in Race 5 ($3.70).
All up, his three winning tips saluted at a strike rate of 27% and a juicy average price of $7.20.
And now with two Rosehill profits on the trot, Gator's next horse racing tips in Sydney's west are sure to be crunched.