After two straight months where the punters dominated, the media experts hit back in November.
They did particularly well in the highest Profit on Turnover (POT) category, taking out the top two positions on the podium.
It was flipped around in the highest cash profit category, after the punters secured the gold and silver.
Read on for all of November's top horse racing tipsters.
Highest Cash Profit
With a mightily impressive $5,770 in cash profit from $100 win bets, Toptipswednesday had the best of it in November.
This punter from Bendigo blasted his way to the November summit, after 62 of his tips got home at an average win price of $7.59.
What's interesting about Toptipswednesday is that despite his tipping alias, he provides tips for just about every day of the week.
But we're certainly not disputing the fact that he provides top tips on a Wednesday.
In fact, 7 of his winners saluted on a Wednesday including 35/1 shot Elusive Nature, which saluted at Rosehill on the 20th.
With selections like these, it's no wonder this punter finished the month with a monster haul.
Toptipswednesday's big Wednesday winner
Securing the silver with a total profit just shy of $5K was none other than Turfcutter.
This popular pro punter has been one of the standout performers for a few years now.
If you needed any proof, just have a look at the all-time horse racing leaderbaord, where Turfcutter sits in third place for most profit.
But focusing on November and Turfcutter's big gains were generated by an enormous 259 winners.
These came at an ultra-impressive strike rate of 38%.
It's no wonder Turfcutter raked in the profits with these numbers.
Hold the phone because it was a media expert who came away with the bronze for most cash profit.
As media experts generally don't have the luxury of picking and choosing which races they want to tip in, this is a phenomenal achievement.
And the tipster who bucked the trend was SKY Racing's Michael Charge.
Chargey finished the month on a monster profit of $4,650 from $100 win bets, after tipping 39 winners at an impressive average price and strike rate.
Having also found a profit in 5 of his previous 7 tipping days, Charge is looking like he'll carry his good form into December.
Chargey is clearly seeing them well
With a standout 86% POT, it was Simon Dinopoulos who saluted in the highest POT category.
This young gun is one of Australia's best up-and-coming form analysts.
In November, he picked 8 winners from just 18 selections.
Considering that the average price of these winners was in excess of the $4 mark, this was an impressive effort.
Dinopoulos is sure to have plenty more admirers following this accomplished display of tipping.
It was another media expert grabbing the silver for highest POT, with David Salmon finishing the month with 73%.
This form analyst from Best Bets has been tipping up a storm in Queensland.
His thumping POT was generated by 14 winners at Brisbane's metro tracks, at an average price of $4.56.
With a good strike rate too, it's no surprise Salmon swam up the leaderboard.
The second runner up for highest POT was newbie Nspinks3.
This punter from Renmark only joined the site on the 25th of November.
What a remarkable achievement it is then to have already done enough to earn a mention as one of the tipsters of the month.
Nspinks3 tipped 7 winners in late November, including the 40/1 shot Kardashing at Sandown on the 27th.
Nspinks3 reels in a big roughie
With a few other good winners, Nspinks finished the month with a 71%.
Not bad at all.
Best Media Experts by POT
Besides Dinopoulos and Salmon, there were some cracking performances from the media experts in November.
The best of the rest was headed by Racing.com's Grace Ramage, who once again had a month to remember.
Ramage kicked off the month in stlye on what many punters believe is the most challenging day on the Australian racing calendar, Derby Day. She managed to tip 4 winners from the 9 race card, including Victoria Derby winner Warning at thumping double figure odds.
Her 15 winning tips for the month resulted in an enviable 47% POT, demonstrating yet again why Ramage is considered one of the sharpest form analysts in the game.
She was joined by colleague Ben Asgari, making it a great month for Racing.com.
Asgari's big month can largely be attributed to his performance on the day when media experts are expected to stand out from the rest, Melbourne Cup day.
The gun analyst managed to tip 5 winners from the 10 race card. This included standing out the Cup winner, Vow And Declare, as his best bet of the day. Craig Williams gave the gelding a peach of a ride to claim line honours at $11.70 leaving Asgari with plenty to cheer about.
Ben Asgari's fill up on Cup day
Adam Williams from Best Bets rounded out the top five media experts, racking up 33% POT from his 16 winning tips.