SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
James Tait (NSW)
|$2,360 cash profit, 337% POT
Michael Maxworthy (QLD)
|$750 cash profit, 44% POT
Mitchell Manners (NSW)
|$710 cash profit, 32% POT
Dave Sheehan (WA)
|$620 cash profit, 78% POT
Anthony Collins (QLD)
|$570 cash profit, 44% POT
SKY Racing's stable of race callers have been on fire lately, and it was more of the same this week.
Four of the top five profit makers came from behind the microphone, in another comprehensive display of their tipping ability.
Leading the way was James Tait, after he cleaned up deluxe at Gundagai on Sunday.
The voice of racing in Canberra and southern New South Wales, Tait tipped 4 of the 7 winners on the Gundagai card.
And he was unlucky not to finish with more, with both of his best bets running a place.
James Tait cleans up at Gundagai
What was so impressive was the value he found, with his 4 winners saluting at an average price of $7.65.
This generated a monster 337% Profit on Turnover (POT) for Tait, and extended his 180 day cash profit from $100 win bets to $2,880.
What a performance.
The solitary non-caller to break into the top end of the leaderboard was Michael Maxworthy.
The highly respected form judge saw a stack of his tips greet the judge across Doomben and Eagle Farm.
His tips were getting home at a stellar strike rate of 41%, impressive considering the $3.50 average price of his winners.
This resulted in a bumper cash profit of $750 for everyone who followed Maxworthy's tips with $100 bets.
And now with three consecutive profitable days, Maxworthy is sure to have plenty of fans going forward.
Rounding out the podium was NSW provincial race caller Mitchell Manners.
After tipping well when filling in for Darren Flindell in Sydney, Manners has kicked on back on his home deck.
He tipped winners at Wyong, Hawkesbury and Scone in the last week, at a juicy average price of $4.85.
This resulted in a very handy $710 cash profit.
Next up is Kalgoorlie caller Dave Sheehan.
Sheehan has really made Kalgoorlie racecourse his own of late, calling and tipping with supreme quality.
He nabbed 4 of the winners on last Sunday's card, in a performance we're starting to become accustomed to.
This effort drove a fat 78% POT for Sheehan's followers.
The final race caller to make inroads was Anthony Collins.
He was all over last Saturday's Toowoomba night meet, bagging 4 winners including $8 shot Tabard.
This was after nabbing his best bet Boreas at Gatton during the day.
Collins put in a huge shift, and fully deserved his 44% POT.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Ron Dufficy (NSW)
$1,970 cash profit, 20% POT (180 days)
Sydney feature racing takes place at Rosehill on Saturday, with quality horses like Farnan and Rothfire set to kick-start their spring campaigns.
And if you're looking for a tipster who has proven results at the track, Ron Dufficy is your man.
Duff has jagged 29 winners at Rosehill over the past 180 days, at a super strike rate of 30% and a meaty average price of $4.
Factor in a double stake for his best bets and Dufficy's tips have created $2,420 in cash profit.
On top of this, Duff has delivered a profit in each of the past four Rosehill meets.
Punters will be hoping he can make it five straight this Saturday.
After yet another standout performance at Kalgoorlie, Dave Sheehan is well and truly airborne.
The West Australian caller has built up a comprehensive knowledge of the Kalgoorlie racing scene, and it's really starting to pay off for his followers.
Sheehan has now recorded a profit 4 months on the bounce.
Dave Sheehan strings together 4 profitable months on the bounce
On top of this, he's one of the SKY Racing tipping brigade's biggest profit-makers over the past 365 days, with $4,600 in cash profit and a 25% POT.
Phenomenal numbers considering that Sheehan has placed almost 200 tips in this period.
His Kalgoorlie tips will continue to be snapped up over the coming months.
Tony Brassel Tips
Tipping machine Tony Brassel is ticking over very nicely as the Spring Carnival starts to heat up.
He steered his followers into no less than 18 winners over the last week, at a cracking strike rate of 31%.
But it was on Saturday at Moonee Valley where he really excelled, with Brassel bagging both of his best bets.
This is ominous form heading into another bumper card in Melbourne on Saturday.
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