For the third month on the trot, the punters have clean-swept the podiums for most cash profit and highest Profit on Turnover (POT).
This impressive showing was headed by a pro punter who featured on both September podiums.
Read on to discover who that was, as well as the month's leading media experts and other top performers as we sink our teeth into the Spring carnival.
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest Cash Profit
After bagging the bronze in August, Themagicman has jumped up two spots to be September's highest cash profit-maker.
This North Queensland local found stacks of value, bagging no less than 18 winners at a mammoth average price of $25.
Clearly a punter who searches for the roughies, Themagiman's exploits generated $9,650 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
You'll be hard-pressed to find many monthly profits bigger than that.
We're staying up in Queensland because the next highest profit was delivered by pro punter Valksy.
This Gold Coast resident had an enormous month on the punt, jagging 31 winners at a mouth-watering average price of $12.80.
This drove a huge $8,870 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
Rounding out the cash profit podium was fellow pro punter TheRacingWhiteboard.
A well-known form analyst by day, this tipster has been satisfying his punting urges under this alias.
And hasn't he been performing!
In September he notched up 27 winners at an average price just shy of $7, leading to $8,550 in cash profit.
Demonstrating how good a touch this pro is in, he's currently sitting on 78% POT over the past 30 days.
TheRacingWhiteboard is flying
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest POT
Kicking away to secure the month's top prize of $500 was Mattina.
All you have to do to claim this prize is record the highest monthly POT after tipping no less than 6 winners from at least 30 selections.
It would've taken something special to edge out Mattina this time, who clocked off with a bumper 158% POT.
This Victorian clearly has a knack for international racing.
His 8 winners for the month all came overseas, and included $40 pop Artistic Rifles that got up at Redcar on the 15th.
Very astute tipping.
Mattina tips one from the clouds
Securing the silver and the runner's up prize of $250 was TheRacingWhiteboard.
It takes a special performance to feature on both podiums, and that's exactly what this Victorian delivered.
To go along with his monster cash profit, TheRacingWhiteboard ended up with an 84% POT.
Falling just short of second place with an 81% POT was EnterPrize.
This pro punter from Perth found 18 winners in September, at a meaty average price of $6.73.
And he's carried on in the same fashion in October, seeing his 30 day POT jump up to 101%.
He'll be eyeing off October's top prize after this early success.
Enterprize's eye watering 30 day POT
Best Media Experts by POT
SKY Racing led the way for the media brigade in September, with a pair of their tipsters taking out the top two spots.
It was Brisbane form expert Michael Maxworthy who topped the lot, thanks to his 48% POT.
Maxworthy bagged 26 winners at a superb strike rate of 39% in what was a consistent display of tipping.
He had particular success at Toowoomba on the 26th, securing 6 of the 9 winners on the card.
This is the kind of performance his followers have become used to.
Next up is SKY race caller Anthony Collins.
Collins also cashed in on the Toowoomba meet on the 26th, rattling off 4 winners in the first four races.
He saw another 12 of his tips greet the judge in September, at a handy average price of $4.
And considering that these winners came both sides of the NSW/QLD border, Collins is one of the more skilled callers in the business.
Popular Queensland tipster Blair Gibson also put in a big shift for his followers in September.
He managed 23 winners, at a great strike rate of 36%.
This led to a bumper 38% POT for Gibbo's fans.
On top of that, Gibson has also profited in three straight weeks. Tremendous going.
Gibbo is going great guns
It's a duo from highly-respected racing publication Winning Post who round out September's top performers.
First up is veteran Queensland form judge Peter Lyne, who delivered an impressive 37% POT.
This was thanks to 14 winners at a ripping strike rate of 39%.
Exactly the sort of numbers you want from a media tipster.
Craig White also had a month to remember, after picking up no less than 31 winners.
Considering that they came at a juicy average price of $4.68, this was an incredible effort.
White will be looking to repeat the dose in October as the standard of racing shifts up another gear.