Despite a tough weekend for punters with plenty of roughies lobbing on Caulfield Cup and Everest day, the media experts managed to come out unscathed and steer their followers into some cracking winners.
But all that doesn't matter this week.
That's because one pro punter recorded the highest weekly profit of the year so far.
And we can't see it being topped.
Formulator, who regulars will recognise as one of the most well-known value punters going around, outdid himself this week.
He raked in an unbelievable $23,490 in cash profit from $100 win bets, at a ridiculous four figure POT.
Forgot the best tipping week of the year, this might be the best weekly tipping performance of all time.
The driving force between this profit was just two winning tips.
Not satisfied with his 70/1 winner at Moe last Thursday, Formulator somehow managed to tip Random Factor at Taree on Friday.
Random Factor saluted at the astonishing odds of $171.
Formulator reels in some whales
These two winners produced an average winning price of $120.95 for Formulator.
But what made this so special was that his strike rate for the week sits at a mightily impressive 29%.
In other words, Formulator only had 7 selections in the week, and not one but two of them got home at huge prices.
No wonder he's the leading profit maker at theGreatTipOff.com.
Formulator now sits on a life-time profit of $45,530 from $100 win bets on all of his tips.
Lifetime profit makers at theGreatTipOff
It's hard to see anyone taking this top spot from Formulator any time soon.
Another pro punter who had a whale of a week was Intrepidarts.
This New South Welshman ended up with $8,360 in cash profit from $100 win bets, after 15 of his tips saluted at a juicy average price of $12.24.
Intrepidarts has been in some awesome form of late.
Fresh off claiming the top gong for highest POT in September, he's carried this form over into October.
In fact, Interpidarts has now found a profit in 7 of his previous 8 tipping days.
Interpidarts Horse Racing Tip Streak
Plenty are sure to jump on his selections after seeing this hot-streak.
There were a fair few media tipsters who put in a strong display but the best of the bunch was Paul Kelly from the Winning Post.
This form analyst generated a massive $4K in profit for everyone who followed his tips with $100 bets.
In particular, Kelly was on song at Randwick on Saturday.
He landed three winners, including his two best bets Yes Yes Yes and Happy Clapper, which got up in the Everest and Craven Plate respectively.
This is exactly what you want from a tipster in a publication like the Winning Post.
Someone who tips you winners at a good price in the big races.
You won't find many better free Saturday tips than this.
But it's not just the Winning Post newspaper that did well.
Its main rival Best Bets also had a tipster who put in a top shift.
We're talking about Joel Marshall, who found upwards of $2K for his followers, after no less than 12 of his tips got home.
This comes off the back of last week's effort, where he was the best media expert with 8 winning tips.
He's clearly in a rich vein of form, and at just the perfect time of the year too.
We look forward to seeing how the Best Bets and Winning Post rivalry pans out next week, as their form experts tackle Saturday's Cox Plate meet.