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The form guru that is David GATOR Gately has been on fire in Sydney in recent weeks… In fact, over the last two Saturday’s he has covered 18 x races and found a staggering 10 x winners ON TOP in his Top-Rated Runners section.


That is a strike-rate of 56% !!

Also, his Bet Of The Day won at Sandown CRYSTAL DREAMER and he landed value winner PAYROLL on-top in the Eclipse Stks.


Add to that a STACK of quinellas and trifectas over the two states…




Author: Gator

If there was any doubt our man ATOR Gately was the best in the business, surely that was put to bed on Derby Day!


He had EVERY winner (nine races) in his top-rated runners and had big price winners MERCHANT NAVY and SHILLELAGH right at the top-end!


He had G1 winners ACE HIGH and SHOALS top-rated plus, LEVENDI.


He had the early quaddie, the main quaddie and Big-6 (obviously)…


It was a FILL UP for G1 subscribers !!


GRAND CHALLENGE (back/ wide), CORONEL (tardy/ went wide turn), GUIDING LIGHT (wide/ hung), LUQYAA (back/ wide/ still ran on!), WANTED DIVA (forced wide), BEERZATBERNZ (bled 1-nostril), UNDOUBTABLE MISS (not much room late), DIVINE MESSENGER (poor recovery), LEGLESS VEUVE (lame), RUN GYPSY RUN (3-4 wide), KIDMENEVER (internal bleed), ALOFT (tongue over bit), FOUNDRY (amiss?), OREGON’S DAY (wide/ huge!!), ATTENTION (thumps), LUCKY HUSSLER (never clear), ALIZEE (throat abnormality), BOOKER (lame), LEATHER N LACE (internal bleed), BONNEVAL (lame), RIVEN LIGHT (injured), HARTNELL (copped plenty), ROYAL SYMPHONY (should have gone close), LEVENDI (should have finished closer), SHOWTIME (no luck), GOLD STANDARD (suspensory injury), AL PASSEM (wide), AZAZEL (amiss?), JACQUINOT BAY (wide run), MR SNEAKY (wide/ still loomed! ran well), COMIN THROUGH (wrong leg?), THEANSWERMYFRIEND (forgetful day).

and Gator’s BET OF THE DAY in Sydney was IN HER TIME which also won well.


Add: BIG DUKE, DON’T GIVE A DAMN, LEGEND OF CONDOR and he told subscribers ALOISIA was the big ”danger” to Alizee (massive price differential). He also told subscribers INVINCIBLE STAR was the danger to Jordan and they went up double-figure odds her too !!

It was Turnbull Stks Day at Flemington and David ”Gator” Gately tipped the $17,000+ quaddie with his top-four selections. Winners were: BRING ME ROSES, AMELIE’S STAR, NOW OR LATER and PURE PRIDE.


Add to that, he had MAIN STAGE on top at around $9 and his Bet Of The Day in Sydney was ACE HIGH who won narrowly, but well.


Add to that he was super keen on INTERLOCUTOR, ALWARD and SIR PLUSH at Randwick. He had the winner in his top-four in eight of the nine races!




Another BIG weekend !!

Author: Gator

If our man, David ”Gator” Gately isn’t the best Melbourne/ Sydney analyst in the country, I do not know who is!


He covered MV (Friday Night) and tipped half the card, including his Bet Of The Day SHOWTIME and, with even luck would have had five with his value bet Lizzie L’Amour desperately unlucky at $10. He also had star filly SHE WILL REIGN on top in the Moir, plus SUPER TOO, HOUTZEN !!


He told G1 subscribers MURAAQEB was ”the overs” in Race 1. And had JON SNOW second top-rated and he paid $9.70 !!


At RANDWICK on Saturday he found 2yo PERFORMER on-top, ATARAXIA ($9) second pick, IN HER TIME the top-rated runner (despite ratings guru’s saying she can’t win) and she went up great odds Thursday. HE also had EPSOM winner HAPY CLAPPER on top plus the quinella and the trifecta giving long shot SNITZSON a live chance of filling a hole.


Sunday was tough for punters but Gator had STEEL FROST, SNITTY KITTY, COOL CHAP, BONNEVAL all in his top-two picks and made a good case for long shot winner PERAST in Guineas lead-up.


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Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday on GOOD-3 track. The track played well however there was a strong headwind down the side and it was tough facing the breeze. Only two winners faced breeze on-speed and won on the day. Overall times were affected (read: slower) given said wind factor.
Run Of The Day:
Well over 1000 votes and you went for VEGA MAGIC with 40% of the vote (get involved each week on Twitter @gatorgately).
He was quite dominant was VEGA MAGIC in the best race of the day (G1 Memsie) so hard to argue! He did get away with murder up front running a 49.7 1st-800m (almost 7L below average for the class) and sprinted home in a slick 33.62. He ran 1-23.36 for the 1400m however had little hope of ‘smashing the clock’ even slow speed/ wind etc. Obviously the late scratching of Charmed Harmony affected the race (tempo!) but as stated, he was dominant and had proper G1 horses chasing him…
Of the others: Well, it was a bit of a ‘’Grand Prix’’ race where not much changed. BLACK HEART BART sat 1-1 and moved up 3-wide to the turn, he gave his all and just held off TOSEN STARDOM who closed very nicely through on the inside, in fact his last 200m split of 10.92 was equal-fastest of any runner on the day. HEY DOC was a bit keen early, he battled well all the way to the line and was a length off Black Heart Bart so he passed the test. LE ROMAIN followed Black Heart Bart, all the way, his sectionals home were near identical. JON SNOW sat up handy and was clearly unsuited on sit/ sprint tempo, he was beaten off but battled very well for further. Loved the run of HUMIDOR, he was staying at 1400m 2nd-up and unsuited by the tempo yet ran equal-fastest 10.92 home and 100m past the line was climbing all over their backs! He can win a big G1 this Spring. YANKEE ROSE ran home 10.94 so she did more than enough off long break.
Race 6 was The Heath at 1100m run at SWP and winner VOODOO LAD was terrific here keeping his great fresh record, his great Caulfield record and his unblemished 1100m record in-tact. He was keen early (typically) but joined in quickly and put the race away. Stable openly said there would be significant improvement in him off this also. SO SI BON was my vote for Run Of The Day, unsuited at the weights (1.5kg off Voodoo Lad despite 21-rating points difference) he was back last then flew late making very good ground on Voodoo Lad (not many do that!) his last 200m, his last 200m was clear race-fastest )11.12) and his last 800m of 44.24 was the day’s fastest. CRYSTAL DREAMER kept closing and pipped SHEIDEL for third. Most expected Sheidel to lead but RUNSON went quick mid-race, they ran 29.08 1st-500m, the early split was around 2L above average for the class but then sped-up mid-race. Given day’s pattern, it did suit the run-ons. ROYAL TUDOR was OK for easier and MALUBU STYLE, well, marked him inconclusive given he did fave that breeze. They ran 1-3.6 for the 1100m.
Tough not to be impressed with MERCHANT NAVY in McNeil (R4). He went back, he improved to the turn then quickened very nicely 400-to-200m and sustained the run to grab BOOKER who was up handy facing that breeze and fought hard, her run was excellent. Winner is still learning (rider said he ‘’switched off a bit’’ when he hit the lead) and he did give runner-up, filly, 3.5kg. MURAAHIB was back with the winner midway and stayed inside playing for luck, none come until about 150m from home, he hit the line sweetly. TREKKING sat off speed inside and battled well with mixed luck, obviously he ties in that (fast) Sydney form through Menari and last week’s winner Overshare. These four had a bit on the rest for mine, they had those from the Vain Stks well covered. Time was good for the day: 1-10.84 off 36.02 1st-600m
ORGEON’S DAY won Race 2 here second-up jumping 1100-to-1400m, she too quickened like the good horse she is. She ran 22.32/ 11.24 home with more to come this prep. SWAMPLAND looked a touch unlucky at first glance, she had to wait for winner to go then eased over her heels and ran home hard (22.32/ 11.08) but have to say, right on the line, the winner was holding her AND, is earlier in the prep carting 1kg extra. They beat third clearly, that was PRINCESS OF QUEENS who is handy but an inferior athlete, simply. She did face the breeze in fairness. SCHISM was well-backed but gut feel is punters were looking (falsely) for leaders early given wind and pattern of last meeting, she didn’t lead, she ran quite well. Nice run from TAHANEE (wide) and FIRENZE (made good ground late). They ran 1-24.49 off 49.45 1st-800m (around 4L below average for class).
A strong BM78 was Race 3 and died MR SNEAKY look good! Yes he had the nice suck run out of the wind and speed built nicely for him but he burst through and ran away from a good one in THEANSWERMYFRIEND who is ticking over beautifully, he was up second facing the breeze and clear best of those on-speed in any of the first few races. HANDSOME THIEF was much better, he worked home well with every chance. Great return from VIOLATE who rushed home down the centre. SMART AS YOU THINK was a bit more ‘hidden’ but just as good, she came wide before the turn so had no trail into it yet also attacked the line. Top return runs these two. Time: 1-10.48 off 35.66 1st-600m. They were tick over average for class that early split.
Beter mention The Heatherlie (R8) and HELL OR HIGHWATER who was one of the two who faced the breeze and won, she did it up on a strong speed also. Yes she had fitness on-side given so many rivals were 1st-up/ 2nd-up but the win was super. GUARDINI sat off-speed with cover and ran home well into second. AMELIE’S STAR is ticking over beautifully and can also win a big G1 this campaign. TALLY was further back than most mapped him, his last 200m split was race-fastest 11.10 and 9th-fastest for the day. VENTURA STORM (home 11.18) was very good also after coming wide. VENGEUR MASQUE made good ground from hopeless spot. HARLEM (good/ see forgive file). Time: 1-43.53 for 1700m here.
TAHANEE (wide), FALIKA (not much room), RISQUE (not right), SAINT VALOREM (missed kick/ got lost), HALLELUJAH BOY (sore), POSEIDON’S POOL (little luck vital stage), MURAAHIB (held-up until late! Good), SWORD OF LIGHT )wide), JENNIFER LYNN (not much room), FUHRYK (oh dear !), MISS COVER GIRL (wide run), LYUBA (bled), WE’VE GOT THIS (amiss), Anything/Everything from the back in the Memsie!, HARLEM (found strife/ hit line), TIAMO GRACE (badly blocked!), SNITZSON (hooked out wide/ home 4th-fastets last 200m of day), HARDHAM (no luck key stage).
In Sydney it was RANDWICK on GOOD-3 track with Rail 6m. It was certainly no disadvantage to be up handy on the inside rail, 6 of the 9 winners led or saved ground.
It’s always WINX when she races! Talk that she is not going as well as last prep is baffling to me. She chased from a long way out and again ran amazing sectionals to arrive and was eased-up late. Looking back at her last 2nd-up run, she cruised to lead on wet and beat Lasquieti Spirit by 2L, that (average) girl was actually coming back at Winx on the line, this is not a peak run from the freak !!
WINX ran 1-34.11 off 59.42 1st-1000m set by RED EXCITEMENT who is flying this prep and gave a huge sight. What a daring ride J.Parr! He ramped speed up to 800m (over 5L above average) and he thrashed everything else. Winner ran 11.08/ 10.92/ 11.22 home! CHOCANTE was an honest (distant) 3rd and have to like how ANTONIO GUISEPPE and LIFE LESS ORDINARY are going, they actually recorded quicker splits than WINX 600-to-400m then got left for dead from about the 300m, they are flying for right race(s).
The Tramway was Race 8 and ECUADOR did a bit of work to lead but was not travelling well straightening and was collared by TOM MELBOURNE who had been wide and had made an early move, he was only grabbed late by HAPPY CLAPPER who had the good run, winner ran home 11.18 last 200m which was equal-fastest of the day. Top return. Huge run TOM MELBOURNE, he deserved to win it. INVINCIBLE GEM was a good third after not seeing a ton of room early in the straight. HEAVENS ABOVE worked home (11.48) with MACKINTOSH (11.40). They broke 1-22 for the 1400m (1-21.97) off 47.92 1st-800m (early speed was around 4L below average for class).
Disappointing field in Concorde Stks with just four runners but it was a genuine contest. REDZEL with 60kg went straight to the front and scooted home 32.9 to hold clear margin over SPIETH who had to spend some mid race juice to get within striking distance, didn’t like him hanging (he did this in trial too) and didn’t pull up overly well so, he has probably gone brilliantly!? NIETA battled well behind REDZEL this class. THE MONSTAR is still flying…. Just needs the right race. Time was slick 56.23 so around 3L off track record.
The Furious Stks was Race 6 and FORMALITY was too tough for them again! She sat 2nd on 36.13 1st-600m (just under 3L below average) so she had her chance but kept kicking to hold off CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES who, ridden colder, rattled home in 11.18 last 200m (equal day fastest) with I AM EXCITED (had good run) and ALIZEE (had chance/ others bit stronger late) both close-up. There was just .5L over these four girls. SEANNIE didn’t quicken, was quite good late, she wants further than 1200m !! Time: 1-9.9 here.
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS won the last with rails trail and with inside run, doubt the slow mid race speed was much help to him but he was strong through the wire, he went from 16-fastets last 400m to 5th-fastets last 200m of day. DAWN WALL was a ripping return, given the tempo (and mostly pattern) she had little right to charge home, bit she did, she ran 22.16 last 400m (3rd-fastest day) then 11.44 home (7th-fastest) so fancy just peaked. Nice stuff!! ROCKET COMMANDER was solid but has little upside to her. BERRY DELICIOUS is going very well for wetter. They ran 1-22.46 for 1400m off 48.03 1st-800m (near 4.5L below average early here).
ALBUMIN (wide), PLYMOUTH ROAD (led then little peace), ROMAN SON (early work), MY GUILIANO (also worked early), JAMINZAH (no luck key stage), MORE TO GAIN (bad start hurt !), SUPER STAR BOB (covered ground), SCHEDULE (luckless vital ate), LAST TRY WINS (got lost), INVINCIBLE GEM (should have finished closer), SPEITH (blood one nostril/ poor recovery), VELADERO (wide no cover).
- Gator

Yep!! In fact, Gator had the last EIGHT winners at Caulfield in his top-3. Three of them on-top. Sooo, G1 subscribers could have easily nailed the early quaddie, then the main quaddie, and the BIG-6 which paid over $5,000.


His BET OF THE DAY was MERCHANT NAVY who won very well, he had VOODOO LAD and OREGON’S DAY on-top and nailed three out of nine iN Sydney on-top also.



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Racing was at MOONEE VALLEY on Saturday on GOOD-4 track and the rail was TRUE. It was reported pre-races that the inside lanes may hold the advantage which would, of course, buck the usual trend on this track with the rail True…. And the is exactly how it played out. Of the 9 x races held at MV there were SIX winners who were able to either lead, race very handy, or secure inside runs. It was a tough day to make a sweeping/ wide run.
Thanks to all who voted, and, well, the only Victorian in the poll was ALMANDIN… He clearly won said poll. Others on the podium for mine were KEEN ARRAY and SUNQUEST but we will get to those later… ALMANDIN’s return run was nothing short of sensational. He had 61kg fresh-up and was forced to cover ground from a long way out (against the inside pattern) and was run over late by match-fit one 6.5kg less.
Said match-fit one was PACODALI and what a record he is building! He was one of very few winners to come from the back and he was well off that inside section himself. The race was run a touch below average speed (for the class) 1st-800m then they built up, by the 1200m they were 3L above average and the one controlling the speed (leading) was FOUNDATION, yes, he had the pattern on his side but the run was a big improvement from that 1st-up effort and he is on track now. KILLARNEY KID was an OK fourth but did split the quinella in the run and HANS HOLBEIN did enough after sitting handy. SECOND BULLET had yet another flat run 2nd-up, that’s three preps straight now, the betting told the story as he drifter alarmingly. They ran 2-06.28 for 2040m here.
The Listed Carlyon Stks looked a ripper on paper and what a terrific return from MISSROCK who had the speed (at 1000m) to secure the rails trail behind HEATHERLY who did play up pre-race, she did miss the kick and had to be used up a bit but take nothing away from this classy winner who did match motors with Vega Magic at the end of her last prep remember. They ran along here (around 3L above average speed 1st-600m) and winner ran home 11.56 last 200m which was equal-fastest of the day, with, fourth horse KEEN ARRAY who was way back and forced very wide (tough day for that!) and yep, rushed home 11.56. Great run! LADY ESPRIT ran on from midfield, rail in best ground and her return was good. EL DIVINO was outsped a bit at the 1000m and ‘’at his top’’ the whole way but kept coming. They ran 58.16 for the 1000m here.
The two 3YO races held plenty of interest:
Race 3 for the girls was won by ROOMOOZ who had the gun run (one-one) off a solid (around average) speed and took over straightening, the question, could she hold off TULIP? The answer was yes! TULIP was very good here given she did have full penalty (2.5kg more than the winner) and did race a bit fresh/ keen coming wider and therefore against the general pattern of the day. TRUE EXCELSIOR led and just held third from LIMESTONE (cold ride/ followed TULIP and ran home well) with GARRARD right with them… It was a 3-way go for third. They ran 1-12.01 which was slowest of the four 1200m races, they were however .12 slower 1st-600m than the boys
Race 6 was that 3YO race for the boys and they ran 1-11.92 off 36.17 (.12 quicker) 1st-600m. Winner was OVERSHARE coming down from hot/ fast race in Sydney and he did look to settle better, he definitely had a more peaceful run than the Rosehill lead-up and he did have pattern on his side. Still, the win had merit as he held off well-backed BANDIPUR who had sat up second and had every chance. SUNQUEST was terrific, back and hooked out wide then ran home hard (home 11.84) Vs race and track pattern. AZAZEL raced a bit keen 2nd-up here, he didn’t quicken but did hit the line. FRANKEL MY DEAR wants further again, he looked at his top most of the race also. MURAAQEB’s run was better than it looked… Wary him!
Race 8 saw the match-fit and firing HERE TO THERE secure that rails trail run and run over leader MIHANY with quality animal BOOM TIME (also made his run on inside lanes) a good third fresh-up. HARLOW GOLD also went nicely fresh and she should have finished closer after being held-up a touch at a vital stage. ARTICUS (another freshie) did more than enough Vs race/ day pattern… Many forgive runs this race! They ran 1-31.04 off solid clip (3.4L above average 1st-800m)
Good depth in Race 2 and FRAGONARD had that rails trail run and ran over leader HEAR THE CHANT with 2.5kg less off the back of some nice trial form, bookies didn’t miss her, alas. O’RACHAEL did look a touch unlucky after losing momentum at a vital stage. GIVE US A GO ran home well (in best ground) recording top-10 last 200m split for the day. Both PURE PRIDE and TYPHOON MONACO went really well, ignore those finishing positions! Time here was quite good: 1-11.84 off 35.82 1st-600m (some 2L under average 1st-800m I noted).
CHARLEVOIX (shuffled back again), CRAFTY CRUISER (wide), PERCY HENRY (lame), O’RACHAEL (hmmm), MERRIEST (wide with cover/ race won inside), PURE PRIDE (not much room/ wrong race), DIVINE CHILLS (raced tight key stage/ ran well), TYPHOON MONACO (back and wide), LOVANI (wide no cover), RADICAL (may have won!), LORD TENNYSON (held-up key stage), GOULDIAN (wide), FRANKEL MY DEAR (1200m too sharp), LONE EAGLE (checked 500m/ nice late/ 3rd-fastest last 200m), SIRCONI (back/wide), JUNGLE EDGE (wide/ wetter!), SUNDAY ESCAPE (wide also), RAW IMPULSE (pattern against), DUKE OF BUNSWICK (pattern against), GREY LION (ditto), I’M FEELING LUCKY (got lost), TASHBEEH (wide run), SMACKDOWN (forced wide Vs pattern), TADDEI TONDO (no room) and SOVEREIGN DUKE (sat wide).
In Sydney it was ROSEHILL and track was GOOD-3. It was certainly no disadvantage to be handy but there were quite a few who were bale to make ground (wide and saving ground) from midfield and beyond.
With 34% of the vote you went with PARIAH on top from ASSIMILATE (13%) and ADDICTIVE NATURE (9%). A strong early speed (29.03 1st-500m – so, around 3L quicker early than speedy Tango Rain on day) set things up nicely for PARIAH who was not bustled early and well back, he made a move mid race when pace slackened a little;e and was within 5L, saved ground, edged off rail and ran over leaders, it was a very good ride.
Horse (PARIAH) ran home 33.21 last 600m (10.88/ 10.95/ 11.37) in San Domenico Stks and ran a slick 1-3.2 overall (same time as Menari here two weeks back for 1100m I note). CHAUFFEUR was just off the winner mid race, also saved gourd, also ran home hard (33.15 last 600m / 11.30 last 200m) and JORDA was third after being held-up a touch behind, he should have finished (a bit) closer for mine, he was 33.7/ 11.43 home. They all went super! MADEENATY was a solid (every chance) 4th and TAKING AIM worked home (ran 33.66 last 600m) but was no match for runner-up than last 125m or so.
The other 3YO race was over 1400m and they also ran slick time. Was 1-22.59 off 48.09 1st-800m and ADDICTIVE NATURE did work a bit early and was a bit keen then didn’t get much peace from RUNAWAY (who dropped off to be beaten 4L), he broke clear and held off ASSIMILATE who absolutely rocketed home! He is a great talent, he ran a 33.38 last 600m and splits home were: 10.96/ 10.91/ 11.5. Third was ASTORIA who had good run in 5th and had clear air, he kept closing (11.78 last 200m), good. MAHALANGUR was touch tight turning between 2nd and 3rd horses and kept closing also (11.74). Bot these 3Yo races rate highly for mine!
Quality mare BONNY O’REILLY had good run in the last behind the leader and secured inside run. She was not well served at relative weights and had 59.5kg so the win certainly had merit and held off NO DOUBT (closed well with every chance – home 11.71) and SUPREME EFFORT was a gap away in third. SELITA led in 35.28 1st-600m and had no answer for winner despite big 8kg weight swing. MOGADOR (yawn!) was ok. GOT UNDERS had sound late splits and wasnt a bad 7th. They ran 1-9.77
Back to Race 2 and MARQUITA who had been a sectional star of late finally landed knockout and the win was good given she made an early move wider out, splits home were 11.2/ 11.7 and she ran by the unlucky AWOKE who was posted wide then worked up outside the speed with her 61kg, big run!! CHATUCHAK led and held on ok but was no match for the quinella who both had it tougher. ELOQUERA had sound late splits (home 12.10) for further.
Should mention TANGO RAIN who went quick early then studied, he was 29.29 1st-500m and ran 1-3.48 overall and was 2nd-up off a long break. All honours him. MARSUPIAL came wide no trail and kept coming 1st-up, as a 3YO it is easy to line him up with the Pariah race (given they are 3yos and it was also 1100m). Good run. ISORICH was an honest third after trailing the winner and they had a gap on 4th, PUMPKIN PIE. Couple of sneaky good runs from sectional point of view: IMPROVEMENT (11.38), COSMOPOL (11.32) and SKYLIGHT GLOW (11.37).
LEVEE BANK (blew start), MENNEKE BELLE (wide), AWOKE (stiff/ huge!), SKYLIGHT GLOW (too far back/ 1100m was too slick), SALERNO (covered ground), VAUCLUSE BAY (never fully clear), MORE THAN FABULOUS (went early/ wide), BROADSIDE (wide/ worked), HOGMANAY (blew start/ race over), KNOW HOW (ran on in on-pace race), ROCK MYLADY (wide), GOT UNDERS (got lost), BE LIKE DAD (wide run) and SIR BACCHUS (obviously amiss).
- Gator

At least one happy subscriber took to twitter to thank our form star GATOR as he says he had a slice of the big-6 (All winners were in Gator’s top-4 picks – Most in top two!!) and it paid a staggering $35,000 PLUS.


ANOTHER punter tweeted his joy at securing BOTH the early quaddie, AND, the main quaddie at Moonee Valley on Saturday.