Nov 13, 2018 06:29 PM
Author: Alex Christodoulou
Hunter's tips right on the Mark
With the Melbourne Cup carnival now done and dusted, we can reveal the tipsters who relished the fields of quality thoroughbreds over the wide expanses of Flemington racecourse.
The one at the top of the list is Mark Hunter. He had a week to remember after racking up $3,830 for punters who followed his tips with $100 bets.
Since finishing his AFL career in 1996, Hunter has continued to elevate himself as a respected Melbourne form specialist with a particular eye for value.
Hunter bagged 9 winners in the week, at an average winning price just shy of $7.50.
The highlight of his winners has to be Santa Ana Lane, who flew home late in the Group 1 VRC Sprint Classic on Stakes Day, beating a crack field which included the likes of Redzel and Kementari. But the juiciest winner of the lot was the 20/1 shot Teleplay, that got the chocolates in Race 9 on Cup day.
Hunter's effort to find a consistent flow of winners over the Flemington Carnival landed him an impressive 132% profit on turnover (POT). Just typical of his long term performance with his 6 months profit now sitting at a healthy 10% POT.
With more Group racing to come in Melbourne this Saturday, plenty of punter's will be looking to jump on the Hunter tipping bandwagon.
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The punter who picked up the healthiest profit over the past seven days was theDott. A resident from sunny Cairns in far north Queensland, theDott has been tipping at theGreatTipOff.com since back in 2012.
With a whopping $7,740 from $100 win bets, theDott was way out in front on the leaderboard for most cash profit this week.
The key to his fat pay packet was not only his 18 winners, but the impressive $7.91 average price he nabbed them at to produce 119% POT.
Three members of the racing media also stood out over the period. Using double stake on best bets, shown by the Staking filter on the leaderboard, Alex Marsh, Craig White and Adam Sherry all came in with profits around the four grand mark.
If we were forced to pick one standout from this top trio, it would be Craig White. The Winning Post tipster found 15 winners at an average price that was a smidgen over $5 to finish the week with 71% POT.