SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
Paul Joice (NSW)
|$2,930 cash profit, 183% POT
Brett Moody (QLD)
|$1,550 cash profit, 221% POT
Phil Roberts (NSW)
|$830 cash profit, 55% POT
Darren McAullay (WA)
|$740 cash profit, 41% POT
Anthony Manton (NSW)
|$670 cash profit, 48% POT
Punters' pal Paul Joice was up to his old tricks this week.
He topped the SKY Racing weekly leaderboard with a mammoth $2,930 cash profit from $100 win bets, thanks to a day to remember at Canterbury.
Joice jagged 4 of the winners on Wednesday's card, including 30/1 roughie Decroux in Race 4.
Paul Joice goes big at Canterbury
The stayer was given a gun ride by Nash Rawiller, knocking most out of the first leg of the quaddie.
But not Joice's followers, who finished the week with a whopping 183% Profit on Turnover (POT).
Speaking of a bumper POT, they don't get much bigger than what Brett Moody delivered.
The race caller ended up with an enormous 221% POT, after tipping his socks off at Dalby.
Moody managed to tip 5 of the 7 winners on the card, a few of which got home at very juicy odds.
Now on a 3 day tipping streak, plenty are sure to back in Moody's next selections.
Rounding out the podium was fellow race caller Phil Roberts.
Plying his trade in country NSW, most would know Roberts as the voice of Scone racing.
And with a treble of winners at Scone to go along with another three winners at Taree, Roberts was on fire.
He generated a handsome 55% POT for his followers.
Next up is another race caller, after the pride of WA Darren McAullay put in a strong showing.
McAullay was seeing them like beach balls out at Belmont.
He placed 18 tips at Perth's winter track over the week, to see an incredible 50% of them salute.
Now that's consistent tipping.
The race callers weren't done yet.
Anthony Manton also showed why he's one of the best caller/form analysts in the business .
His 14 selections got home at a mind-boggling strike rate of 57%.
What an effort.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Brad Davidson (NSW)
$2,780 cash profit, 25% POT (365 days)
Sydney metro racing heads to Rosehill on Saturday, and it's Brad Davidson who's shaping up as the tipster to follow.
One of SKY Racing's most respected form analysts, Davo is showing incredible stats at Sydney's second track.
Over the past 365 days, he's seen a quarter of his 100+ selections greet the judge, at a meaty average price of $5.10.
This has led to a 25% POT, which is a huge return over such a big time frame.
Coming into the meet Davo is also sitting on a two-day tipping streak at Rosehill.
He's in the box seat to make it three straight.
Alice Springs race caller Dylan Bairstow is someone punters should be keeping their eyes on.
He's airborne, with a profit in each of the past four months.
Dylan Bairstow is flying
Focusing in on his stats, and Bairstow's tips have generated just shy of two grand in the past 90 days.
This has come at a rock solid 44% POT.
With a small but select racing scene, Bairstow has clearly built up an intimate knowledge of the horses, trainers and jockeys to follow in the Red Centre.
If you're ever having a punt at Alice, Bairstow is the man to follow.
Tony Brassel Tips
Tony Brassel was back to his enormous tipping output this week, after providing his fans with no less than 56 selections.
A fair few of them got up too, with Bras tipping winners at no less than 7 different tracks.
The standout tip was undoubtedly Green Mountain, which saluted at Kembla Grange in race 5 paying $8.60.
What a tipping machine.