Author: Alex Christodoulou Oct 09, 2019 11:29 AM
Resident tipster cleans up
It was a huge week of racing last week and this was reflected in the profits, with plenty of punters coming away with a big haul.
The top 5 spots on the leaderboard were once again dominated by punters, who continue to show up the media experts.
The best of the lot was a punter who clearly has a sense of humour if his tipping alias is anything to go by.
Beautifulfart finished the week with $7,410 in cash profit from $100 win bets, at a whopping 88% POT.
This came about after 11 of his tips got home at a big average price of $14.37.
The veteran tipster at theGreatTipOff.com who also goes by the name of Paul West, had a Ballina tip on Sunday to thank for his big week.
In race eight, he somehow managed to get hold of 100/1 shot Shinar.
Beautifulfart's long shot
He has gone on to tip 14 winners in October, at the time of writing this article, giving his followers a massive 120% profit on turnover.
It's no wonder he surged to the top of the leaderboard.
In second spot was Milko27, who secured no less than $6K in profit from $100 win bets, after 20 of his tips got home at an average price of $7.44.
This New South Welshman is clearly an accomplished tipster if his results are anything to go by.
That's because his 20 winners were scattered at tracks all over Australia.
They included country courses such as Rockhampton, Moruya, Gatton, and Seymour, as well as the more familiar Moonee Valley, Randwick, Doomben and Morphettville tracks.
All in all, his 20 winners came at 17 different tracks.
Now that's skill.
Next on the leaderboard was none other than Ben Beare, one of our resident tipsters who provides his best bets for readers every week.
Beare steered his followers into a massive total of 38 winners, which generated a cash profit of $4,580 from $100 win bets.
The trial specialist has been in some cracking form of late and has now found a profit in all four of his past tipping days.
Ben Beare's hot form
There's probably nobody in the country who analyses trials more thoroughly than Beare.
This time and effort certainly paid off last week.
Onto the media experts now, and the best of the bunch was SKY Racing caller Anthony Collins.
Collins is one of Australia's hardest working race callers as he travels from track to track, often hopping across state borders in the process.
This has equipped him with a great understanding of country racing, which stood him in good stead last week.
Collins tipped 7 winners out in the bush at a terrific strike rate of 33%, and a meaty average price of $7.26.
This resulted in a superb 144% POT and a cash profit just shy of $3K from $100 win bets.
Collins certainly lost no admirers with this effort.
The final mention goes to popular Super Racing tipster Shayne O'Cass.
O'Cass has certainly been seeing them well over the past 7 days, having reeled in $6,400 profit from $100 win bets at 75% POT.
Aside from being a top tipster, O'Cass offers his racing tips for free.
Shayne O'Cass last 7 day stats
But O'Cass' tips were especially good this week as a handful of his best bets got home.
The best of the lot was Rancho Notorious who booted home at Kensington last Wednesday at $22.90.
Now that's a handy week's work.