The Top 10 on the leader board has undergone a significant shuffle lately. Two weeks ago there was no sign of a Courier Mail tipster in the Top 10, and now two weeks later Bart Sinclair sits in 5th place with 20% win profit and Mark Oberhardt sits in 7th position on 10% win profit. Not bad form with Brisbane's big Winter Carnival quickly approaching.
Since we started to record Bart Sinclair's racing tips back in January 2010, he has been a model of consistency. Over the past four months he has been in the black for all but two weeks. Now after another strong tipping performance last weekend where he landed 370% profit for his followers, he has shot right up the leader board with a healthy 20% profit average.
We started recording Mark Oberhardt's horse racing tips later in January 2010. Although experiencing some early challenges, Oberhardt has been in the Top 10 on a few occasions already. The other impressive statistic that Oberhardt boasts is his extraordinarily high average win price of $7.68. If he manages to keep tipping winners around this price while keeping his profit score in the black, he could quickly become the best value tipster north of the border.
Another mention should go to the Courier Mail. With only a few tipsters in the pool of pro tipsters across the country they have done a good job to get two of their men into the coveted Top 10. Makes you wonder what the competitive advantage is over there. Might be the information their getting, the food in the cafeteria or maybe it's just a coincidence. Whatever the case, they will get a lot of attention from punters over the Winter Carnival if Bart and Mark keep tipping like they did last weekend.