What a week it was for three of our most well-known tipsters.
They not only put in great individual performances but led the charge for the punters, who put the media experts to shame.
It wasn't a total disaster for the media tipsters though, with a few of them sneaking into the top ten for most cash profit.
Top 10 tipsters for most cash profit
But first up the punters and surging to the top of the leaderboard was Sandgroper.
This West Australian couldn't have hit a purple patch of form at a better time.
With the racing scene set to shift from Melbourne to Perth for the Summer Carnival, Sandgroper has staked his claim as the tipster you want to be following.
But don't think that this punter just limits himself to Perth racing.
His monster profit of $8,030 from $100 win bets over the past 7 days came from 33 winning tips at tracks all over the country.
Hands down his best winner was Always Sacred, which got home at whopping odds of $106.50 at Murray Bridge last Wednesday.
It's no wonder Sandgroper topped the table after reeling in this whale.
Sandgoper's big roughie
Securing runner-up for most profit last week was none other than Turfcutter.
This New South Welshman has long been one of the star punters on theGreatTipOff.com.
It's no surprise he's listed as a "pro" considering that on the all-time leaderboard, he's sitting in third place with almost $20K in profit from $100 win bets.
He added to this total in the past week by finding a thumping 69 winners at an incredible 42% strike rate.
These figures generated a cash profit of $4,610 from $100 win bets.
But if you thought 69 winners was a lot, have a look at Sporty's effort.
This Queenslander raked in no less than 90 winning tips over the past week, which resulted in a cash profit just shy of $4K.
This was enough to earn him the final spot on the podium.
Sporty had a flying start to 2019 and was one of the tipsters of the month in January, February and March.
He'll no doubt be looking to end the year in the same fashion that he started it in.
If this latest effort is anything to go by, this could very well be the case.
Onto the media tipsters now and leading the way was BJ Ryan from the Winning Post.
Ryan is one of Winning Post's Perth analysts, which is great news for all the punters out there looking for a tipster to follow at Ascot over the coming weeks.
Ryan cleaned up at Perth's premier track last Saturday, tipping 5 of the 9 winners on the card which included his two best bets.
BJ Ryan cleans up at Ascot
On the "Actual Stake" leaderboard, Ryan finished up with a cash profit of $2,860 from $100 win bets and an enormous 260% POT.
That's $2.60 in profit for every dollar you wagered on Ryan's free tips.
Newsagents up and down the country will be thinking of stocking a few extra Winning Post magazines after this effort.
Speaking of racing publications and David Salmon from Best Bets had a good Saturday out at the Sunshine Coast.
He jagged 3 winners on the 9 race card, each of which came in at odds over $6.00. This included Advance Warning which booted home in Race 4 paying $11.50.
The Queensland punter has been in cracking form recently, boasting 52% POT over the past 30 days.
The final mention of this week's article goes to Gary Kliese.
The ex-jockey has long been one of SKY Racing's most trusted form experts, and after his latest results it's not hard to see why.
Kliese picked up 7 winners for his followers, which doesn't sound all that impressive on the face of it.
However, what made these winners so special is that they came at a strike rate of 44% and an average price of $4.51.
To tip a winner with almost every second selection and at a decent price too, is a serious achievement.
He's been in great touch in recent weeks, having notched up 6 profitable tipping days from his past 9.
Gary Kliese's hot tipping form
Everyone who followed Kliese's tips with $100 bets would've finished the week with $1,970 in profit.
Not bad for a week's work.