Only one member of Australia's racing media finished in the Top 3 profit makers in May. Ray Thomas from SuperRacing.com.au was that person delivering almost $7,000 profit from $100 win bets to punters following his tips over the 31 day period.
Thomas' effort pushed Super Racing up to be the third highest profiting racing media group in May amongst rival racing websites, television broadcasters and radio commentators alike.
We calculate the profit from each racing media source by aggregating the combined profit of the three highest profit makers in any given month. Like always, we only take best bets published unless otherwise advised by the tipster.
The site topping the list in May was racing website Racenet.com.au via it's three highest profiting tipsters.
Laurie Sainsbury and Clinton Payne were the two key profit makers that drove the result for RaceNet in May. Sainsbury had only the one win at massive odds of $34.40 giving his followers a tasty 129% profit on turnover (POT). Payne carried on his winning ways making 77% POT, finding no less than 7 winners from 15 best bets. Incredibly Payne came under notice after he made punters a huge 256% POT from 17 tips back in March - (read here Defying The Odds). At that time his 12 months POT was a freakish 38%. Two months down the track that number has hardly moved at 37%
Sam Miller is the new kid on the block at G1X and has wasted no time showing punters why he's on the team. Miller found no less than six winners from 18 best bets in the month with average odds of $4.73 delivering punters 58% POT.
The next highest contributor to G1X's aggregate profit score was West Australian form analyst Adam McGrath. McGrath delivered punters 51% POT from 18 best bets in the month.
Alex Marsh was the next highest profit maker at the Universe of Racing notching-up 16% profit from his 76 tips. By default tipsters' best bets are recorded at theGreatTipOff.com, however Alex has specifically requested that all his tips get recorded. After seeing his effort in May his confidence is well earned.
Nick Quinn was the top profit maker at SuperRacing in May. Quinn posted 53 tips during the period. The majority of those selections were best bets except where no best bet was offered. In these instances all selections were recorded. Quinn made punters an impressive 71% POT in May with average winning odds of $5.04.
Tony Thomas from the Daily Telegraph, which contributes towards the SuperRacing website, was next best with 31% profit from 24 tips then Ray Thomas made punters 30% POT.
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