Horse racing tipsters of the week
The media brigade had a great time of it this week, finding plenty of juicy winners for their followers.
And it was the Racing.com tipping stable who led the way, with three of their lot finishing in the top ten for Profit on Turnover (POT).
Best horse racing tipsters for the week
The professional punters were also firing, and it was one of their mob who sat at the summit.
That honour fell to Queenslander JustWins, who clocked off with a monster 190% POT.
The Sunshine Coast resident was all over the Sunshine Coast meet on Saturday, bagging 4 winners from 9 tips.
This was an impressive showing considering that they saluted at a mouth-watering average price $6.52.
JustWins has been airborne for a while now.
Since joining the site back in September, he's recorded three straight profitable months, dishing up a 54% POT in the process.
He's exploded out of the barriers.
JustWins just keeps winning
Onto the media tipsters now, and having the best of it thanks to a fat day at Ballarat on Saturday was Jason Richardson.
The Racing.com presenter has a habit of finding some cracking value, and that was the case once again.
On a day where the favs were getting rolled left, right and centre, Richo steered his followers into $18 pop Skiddaw.
With a few other good pushes on the Racing.com coverage, it was a great day for the Richo faithful.
Best Bets' Tim Guile was the next media tipster to make his mark.
The Victorian form analyst jagged 5 winners at a sensational strike rate of 45% and a meaty average price of $4.90.
These tips stats generated a bumper 123% POT, or $1,350 in cash profit for anyone who followed Guile's tips with $100 win bets.
There might have been a few based on his recent form.
This week's effort saw Guile notch up his fourth consecutive profitable week.
Tim Guile goes 4 profitable tipping weeks on the bounce
As well as Best Bets, sister publication Winning Post was also represented in the top ten thanks to Paul Kelly.
Kelly kicked off the Perth carnival with a bang after a performance to remember at Ascot.
He bagged 4 of the winners on the card, including $15 hope Carocapo in the first.
With a good winner at Kembla as well, Kelly's Saturday tips produced a 121% POT, or $2,050 in cash profit.
Finally, Blair Gibson deserves a shout-out for his recent efforts.
The Queensland form judge not only cleaned up at Saturday's Sunshine Coast meet, but made it his fourth straight profit in the process.
Blair Gibson is seeing them well
Looking at the past seven days and Gibbo tipped 7 winners at a strike rate of 44% and an average price just shy of $5.
No wonder he finished up with a ripper 116% POT.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Pro punter Kendo7 was this week's top harness tipster thanks to the outrageous value he got a hold of.
His two trots winners included Sangreal, that saluted at Melton on Saturday at enormous $80 odds.
Kendo7 reels in a whale at Melton
This was the driving force behind Kendo7's mammoth 395% POT.
The Townsville local and veteran punter has had a habit of pulling out this kind of performance over the years.
No wonder he's listed as a pro.
Flicking over to the greyhound leaderboard and it was SKY Racing caller Jim Jacques who fared best.
The South Australian nabbed 5 of the 7 winners at Murray Bridge last Tuesday, to generate an 111% POT.
Proving that it was no flash in the pan, the veteran caller has now dished up five straight profitable weeks.
On top of that, his 138 greyhound tips over the past 180 days have led to almost five grand in cash profit.
Jacques is definitely a tipster you want to be following.