SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
Josh Fleming (QLD)
|$1,170 cash profit, 45% POT
Luke Marlow (NSW)
|$530 cash profit, 76% POT
John Scorse (NSW)
|$510 cash profit, 73% POT
Colin Hodges (NSW)
|$490 cash profit, 31% POT
Michael Charge (QLD)
|$400 cash profit, 17% POT
Queensland's premier race caller Josh Fleming is in some white-hot form at the moment.
Fresh off being named as the SKY Racing tipster who's flying in last week's Sky Racing tips review, Fleming has since come out and shown exactly why.
Over the last seven days, Fleming found 12 winners for his followers, at a mind-blowing strike rate of 46%.
These figures led to a 45% Profit on Turnover (POT), or $1,170 in cash profit for punters who followed Fleming's tips with $100 bets.
On top of this, Fleming also cemented his three-month profit streak and notched up his fourth weekly profit on the trot.
He's absolutely airborne.
Securing this week's silver was up-and-coming race caller Luke Marlow.
The New South Welshman was all over last Thursday's Kembla meet, bagging 4 of the 7 winners.
They came at a solid average price of $3.10, leading to a bumper 76% POT.
Expect to see Marlow's name continue to crop up over the coming years.
Rounding out the podium was popular presenter and form judge, John Scorse.
Scorsey had a day to remember at Nowra last Sunday, jagging 3 winners including best bet Solar Flash, and $8 pop in the last Globalize.
This generated a whopping 73% POT for the ex-jock and his followers.
Next up is another fan favourite, with punter's pal Colin Hodges dishing up yet another profit.
While most in Bathurst were focusing on the Supercars last weekend, Col and his followers only cared about the horse racing.
He found 5 of the 8 winners at last Friday's meet, including the appropriately-named Speed Camera.
What an effort.
Colin Hodges tipping winners for fun at Bathurst
Speaking of fan favourites, Michael Charge was up to his usual tricks in North Queensland.
He picked up 9 winners at an impressive strike rate of 38%.
Three of these winning tips came at Rockhampton, where Charge is currently sitting on $7,650 in cash profit over the past 365 days.
You know what's going to happen with his next Rocky selections.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Ron Dufficy (NSW)
$30 cash profit, 3% POT (7 days)
We're back at Randwick for the fourth Saturday on the trot, where the Bondi Stakes is this week's feature.
And after three successive Saturday meets where Paul Joice was the SKY tipster to follow, the tide has shifted.
Ron Dufficy is now the form analyst you want to be finding, after a strong performance on last Saturday's card.
The Duff steered his followers into a couple of good winners, including Classique Legend who brained them in the Everest.
And after also delivering a 32% POT at headquarters a fortnight ago, Duff will this week be hunting his third Randwick profit on the bounce.
The signs are looking good.
The race callers have had a stellar 2020, and it's another who's found himself in a rich vein of form at the moment.
Anthony Collins is that man, after notching up $1,260 in cash profit and a 19% POT over the past 30 days.
Collins is a rarity in the world of racing, as regularly calls the action across two different states.
We saw that in the past week, where Collins called and tipped winners in Toowoomba, before hopping back over the NSW border to do the same in Lismore.
He's been doing this for a while now, and has made the art his own.
In fact, Collins is now boasting a three-month profit streak at all tracks.
Definitely one to follow.
Anthony Collins is seeing them well
Tony Brassel Tips
SKY Racing TipBot Tony Brassel managed another fat haul of 14 winners this week.
But more importantly, they included Classique Legend in the Everest, that Bras made his best bet.
To be able to tip the winners in the biggest races is the what punters are after from their favourite form analysts.
And Bras has been doing this for years now.