Horse Racing tipster of the week
It was a powerhouse performance by the punters this week, after they dominated the top end of the leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT).
But the media experts weren't too far away, with a few familiar faces making their presence felt.
Top 10 horse racing tipsters of the week
We'll touch on them a little later, but first up is Kingsco.
This pro punter from Sydney is flying at the moment, having now delivered 5 profitable weeks on the bounce.
His latest performance saw him land an enormous 247% POT thanks to Em Tee Aye, that got up at Ascot at huge $34.70 odds on Wednesday. That effort notched up a massive 166% POT over the past 30 days.
Kingsco is sure to have plenty of fans over the coming weeks.
The next punter to make his mark was none other than theGreatTipOff.com veteran Tezzaraki.
This popular Queenslander has earned plenty of mentions in this article over the years.
But this latest effort would go close to being his best on record.
Tezzaraki tipped 9 winners at a monster average price of $18.56.
The obvious standout was Fighting Commando, that saluted at ridiculous $130 odds at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday.
Tezzaraki bags a big roughie at the Sunshine Coast
With winners like this, it's no wonder Tezzaraki's tips generated a 193% POT and $11K in cash profit from $100 win bets.
On top of that, Tezzaraki has also finished in the black in 4 of his past 5 tipping weeks.
Pro punter Rogerthat rounded out the podium with a bumper 170% POT.
This Sydneysider saw 2 of his 10 selections greet the judge at a juicy average price of $13.50.
As good as these stats are, it's Rogerthat's all-time record that's really something to talk about.
He's showing in excess of two grand in cash profit despite placing well over 800 tips.
What an effort.
Rogerthat's impressive career stats
Onto the media experts now, and John Hourihan from the Winning Post had a week to remember.
He found 6 winners for his followers across the Randwick, Ascot and Hobart cards last Saturday.
It was all about the value, with his 6 winning tips getting home at a fat average price of $10.27.
This resulted in a 137% POT, or $3,560 in cash profit for anyone who followed Hourihan's 26 selections with $100 bets.
The other media expert who made a splash was none other than Jason Richardson.
The Get On host and general racing enthusiast put in a strong showing at Saturday's Caulfield Cup meet.
He nabbed 2 winners at a meaty average price of $8, to deliver a 127% POT for his followers.
This means his tips have yielded 37% POT over the past 90 days.
Richo has been showing some great form this Spring Carnival, and there's no reason to jump off now.
Richo is in a rich vein of form
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Kicking off with the trotters and race caller Matt Robertson cleaned up at Sunday's Launceston meet.
Not only did the SKY Racing man jag 5 of the 7 winners, but he also landed his best bet Yatsenyuk Leis at bumper $13.20 odds.
Matt Robertson was seeing them well on Sunday
Factor in this best bet where we double the stake, and Robertson ended up with an enormous 340% POT.
If that wasn't enough, Robertson is also boasting an all-time profit of almost $3K from $100 win bets, despite placing no less than 1,233 tips.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a harness tipster with a more consistent record than this.
It was also a SKY Racing caller who fared best on the greyhound leaderboard.
Robert Brandolini steered his followers into a massive 243% POT, after nailing 6 of the 10 winners at Wauchope on Saturday.
Considering that they came at an average price of almost $6, this was a strong showing.
But it shouldn't come as a surprise. Brandolini has now dished up 4 consecutive profitable weeks.
He's in ripping form.