Oct 10, 2018 01:09 PM
Author: Mike Steward
Best horse racing tipsters of the week revealed
The media experts have really earned their stripes over the past seven days, with an impressive display of tipping.
Right up near the summit was Chris Blackwell, form analyst form the West Australian-based publication OzRace.com.au.
Blackwell, a Sandgroper himself, was on fire, earning punters who follow his tips with $100 bets over three grand in profit. Those punters who double staked on his best bets sailed even higher with $6,250 profit in the bank at weeks end.
The thirteen winners Blackwell found weren't at stingy prices either. The average winning price of $5.42 was key to his success, and it's why his POT for the past week sits at 81% using an even stake and 108% by double staking on his best bets. An impressive effort from one of the more respected WA form students.
Just shading Blackwell for top spot on the even stake leaderboard with only $60 more profit was Queensland-based form analyst for Racenet, Graeme Carey.
Carey tipped nine winners at an average winning price of $6.22 over the seven day period, returning an outstanding 133% POT. Remember, this means that for every dollar wagered, Carey's tips were returning $2.33 for a $1.33 profit.
Carey has been very consistent of late making punters money on six of his last 9 tipping days and boasting a very impressive 19% POT over the past 90 days from 358 best bet tips. Clear evidence that this is bloke knows his stuff.
The top punter this week was Sydneysider MiniLeviathan. While his name is an oxymoron, there is no contradiction in MiniLeviathan's "PRO" status and his tipping form. In fact, they are in perfect harmony.
MiniLeviathan more than franked his PRO status this week, racking up just shy of two grand in profit for his followers. A high winning strike rate of 43% together with 81% POT demonstrate the value he has added to the pockets of his followers this week. Furthermore, he has secured a profit in 5 of his last 9 tipping days, indicating that this good run of form extends beyond the past week.
Finally, popular ex-jockey John Scorse put in yet another superb display. Part of the illustrious team at Sky Racing, Scorse has for a few years now been the expert voice for racing in the Southern and South East districts of NSW.
And it is here that Scorse continues to prove his expertise as a tipster. Scorse steered his followers into $1,700 of profit from $100 bets, for 77% POT. But after riding over 1000 winners in his jockey days, only having to tip the winners must feel like a walk in the park.
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