Horse Racing tipster of the week
The media experts were on song this week, dominating the seven-day leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT)
Best horse racing tipsters of the week
But while 6 members of the racing media put in big strides, it was a pro punter who had the best of it.
We're speaking of Asiandaveblue1951, after the analyst from Perth had a day to remember at Ascot on Saturday.
He jagged two roughies on the card, including Zetorio who got the chocolates at fat $53.50 odds.
Asiandaveblue1951 hits the bookies for 6
Asiandaveblue1951 unsurprisingly clocked off with a mammoth 356% POT, despite placing 18 tips.
And if you take a look at his 30 day stats, it's no wonder this bloke is listed as a pro punter.
He's currently boasting a 117% POT from all his selections over the past 30 days.
This Sandgroper has exploded out of the barriers in 2021.
Onto the media brigade now, and it was a pair of callers from RSN Racing who really showed their class.
First up is Brendan Delaney, after he steered his followers into a mind-boggling 299% POT with his Yarra Valley tips.
Delaney was all over Saturday's seven-race card, bagging 3 winners at a mouth-watering average price of $9.30.
And as his fans would know, Delaney has made a habit of these kinds of performances in the past.
In fact, he's showing a career POT of 13%, from more than 500 horse racing tips.
Brenden Delaney enviable career tipping stats
Adam Crettenden was the other RSN race caller to make a splash, after a standout performance at Mornington on Friday.
Cretters called 5 of his tips home for the win, to drive a 161% POT for his followers.
These tips not only saluted at a stellar strike rate of 63%, but also at a meaty average price of $4.18.
This display is made all the more impressive by the fact that it saw Cretters dish up his fourth consecutive winning week.
What an effort.
Just as two RSN experts flew the flag for their employers, so did a duo of tipsters from Telegraph Racing.
NSW form judge Beau Wilding fared best after a strong showing at Canterbury on Friday night.
He bagged 4 winners from just 7 tips to generate a bumper 113% POT.
Nathan Exelby was the other Telly form expert to tip his socks off.
The Brisbane analyst jagged 5 winners at Doomben on Saturday, producing an 88% POT.
Not only was this a performance to shout about, but it saw Exelby cement a three-month tipping streak.
Nathan Exelby is in some cracking form
MarkPorcheddu flew the flag for the punters after jagging 6 winners at a 55% strike rate.
He did his best work at Sandown, with his biggest winner coming in Race 4 after Mosh Music booted home paying $5.90.
In hot pursuit was resident tipster Michael Manley, who also had a day to remember at Sandown.
The veteran form analyst steered punters into 5 winners and 2 placings on the 9 race card, generating 91% POT for his followers.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
The media domination continued on the harness leaderboard, where the top three spots were taken out by SKY Racing tipsters.
SKY Racing's harness tipsters had a week to remember
And it was Michael Dumesny who fared best, after nailing 4 of the 7 winners at Parkes on Tuesday.
They got up at a juicy average price of $5.70, to drive a whopping 226% POT for the country NSW form expert.
Considering that he's also boasting an all time cash profit of $3,920 from 548 win bets, Dumesny's next tips are sure to be sought after.
It was much of the same on the greyhound leaderboard, where the top six profit on turnovers were dished up by members of the SKY Racing team.
Rocky race caller Liam Mulry came out on top, thanks to a 150% POT.
He snared 5 winners from just 8 tips at last Wednesday's Rockhampton meet.
Mulry is another who boasts outstanding all-time stats, currently showing just shy of $20K in cash profit from more than 2,000 tips.
It doesn't get much better than that.
Liam Mulry's bumper all-time tipping stats