SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
Gary Harley (NSW)
|$2,360 cash profit, 74% POT
Paul Joice (NSW)
|$1,180 cash profit, 49% POT
Mark Guest (VIC)
|$1,080 cash profit, 154% POT
Matthew Jackson (NSW)
|$990 cash profit, 62% POT
Brett Davis (SA)
|$880 cash profit, 34% POT
For a while now, the SKY Racing weekly leaderboard has been dominated by the race callers.
But the script was flipped this time, with the form analysts putting in a big shift to fill the top three placings.
Kicking away at the summit was none other than veteran form judge Gary Harley.
This was thanks to 13 winners that saluted at a bumper strike rate of 41% and a juicy average price of $4.28.
These stats resulted in a 74% Profit on Turnover (POT), or $2,340 for everyone who followed Harley's tips with $100 bets.
After this effort, plenty of punters are sure to be backing in Harley's experience this weekend.
It was another of SKY Racing's leading form experts who came in next, due to some tremendous tipping.
Paul Joice jagged 9 winners at a solid strike rate of 38% and a meaty average price of $4.
His standout selection came in The Hunter on Saturday, where Joice not only tipped the winner Sweet Deal, but made it his best bet to boot.
Joicey loads up on Sweet Deal
Considering it got up at $10.50 odds, it's no wonder Joice's profit rose to $1,800 when considering actual stake where the stake for best bets are doubled.
Punters will surely be backing whatever he puts on top in The Gong this Saturday.
Mark Guest was the third form analyst to make a splash, after his tips drove an enormous 154% POT.
This was after he cleaned up at The Valley on Friday night, bagging 3 winners from his 7 selections.
And with another 3 of his selections running a place, it was a fill-up for punters who backed Guest's tips each-way.
With Guest now also gunning for his third weekly profit on the bounce, his tips are sure to be sought after.
The top performing race caller of the week was Matt Jackson, after his tips produced just shy of a grand in cash profit.
He nabbed 7 winners across the Kembla Grange and Scone meets, at a ripping strike rate of 44%.
With a fat card scheduled for Kembla this Saturday, Jackson looks very well placed to deliver the goods.
Especially considering that he'll be hunting his fourth consecutive profitable day.
Rounding out the weekly wonders this time is South Australian caller Brett Davis.
He did some of his best work at Strathalbyn on Wednesday, to cement an impressive two-month profit streak at the track.
With another 6 winners across Port Lincoln and Morphettville, Davis had a week to remember.
His followers clocked off with a fat $880 in cash profit.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Kembla Grange Tips
Matthew Jackson (NSW)
$2,610 cash profit, 87% POT (90 days)
As mentioned above, Matt Jackson is the tipster you want to be following at Kembla on Saturday.
The provincial track will host the running of the million dollar race The Gong, where a high-quality field has been assembled.
Speaking of the track, Jackson not only boasts the best tip stats there, but would have the best understanding of how it's been racing in recent times.
This is reflected in the 87% POT that he's showing over the past 90 days.
This hefty profit on turnover was generated by 8 winners at a mouth-watering average price of $7.
And with a two-day tipping streak at Kembla, Jackson is in the box seat to make it three straight on Saturday.
We gave Peter Staples a wrap in this section just over a month ago, and since then he's kicked on.
He was flying back then, but after his recent efforts, he's absolutely airborne!
The Tasmanian form analyst and racing journo boasts a whopping 112% POT over the past 30 days, making him SKY's top performer by this measure.
He's tipped 9 winners in Tassie in this time, at an outrageous average price of $7.54.
This effort has bumped up Staples' 365-day cash profit to no less than $6,860.
If you thought that was impressive, check out Staples' record over the past six months.
That's because he's showing an insanely good POT of 68%.
What an effort.
Peter Staples's impressive 180 day form
Tony Brassel Tips
SKY Racing's leading form judge Tony Brassel put in yet another accomplished showing this week, steering his followers into 15 winners.
They came at a handy average price of $3.83, and included the likes of Bring The Ransom, that greeted the judge at mouth-watering $16.40 odds at Newcastle last Saturday.
See what makes the tipping machine tick and some great insight into his form analysis in our recent one on one interview with him here.