The results are in from the betting performances of punters and Australia’s
racing media in September 2017. On the eve of the biggest racing season in
the world, the Australian spring racing carnival, we can now reveal the
highest profit makers over the thirty days during the first month of the
Some of Australia’s biggest names in the industry are amongst the highest
profit makers in September. In addition to their outstanding career records
they have provided their followers with a flurry of winners at the right time
of the year.
Highest Cash Profit
If you punt in Australia you must know the name Deane Lester.
Appropriately labelled ‘the guru’, he boasts one of the highest long term profit
averages in Australia. Using the selections that he posts at theGreatTipOff.com,
which exclusively represents his actual staking plan, Deane has notched up a
massive $5,300 profit over the 30 day period from $100 win bets.
TheGreatTIpOff.com is the only source of Deane’s actual staking plan. Obliged
to provide selections in each race he covers, Deane
Lester exclusively provides his staking plan, the actual bets he places,
with us at theGreatTipOff.com.
North Queensland punter Kendo7 was close behind Deane
making $4,410 from $100 bets placed on his selections. Kendo7 tipped no
less than 50 winners at an average price of $5.
Second runner-up was the Telegraph’s highly respected racing
journalist Ray Thomas making his followers a cool $2,780 from his best bets
in the 30 day period. Thomas’ duties at the age old newspaper require him to
assess up to three meetings a day, a lot more than most racing analysts in Australia.
In September that equated to 260 best bets, almost 9 best bet tips per day.
In light of that challenge Thomas’ performance marks an outstanding result.
Profit On Turnover
This measure considers the average profit made. Scomars, a
punter from just south of Bulli, topped the list in September. The New South
Welshman placed 21 bets and found 6 winners averaging $7.43 to finish the month
with an outstanding 112% profit on turnover (POT).
Deane Lester was next best in this category with 79% profit,
leaving him just short of topping both profit categories in the month. In third
place was Best Bets racing form analyst Kevin Casey
who picked seven winners from 26 best bets averaging over $6 for each winner.