Author: Alex Christodoulou Dec 04, 2019 11:33 AM
Both the punters and the media experts had a top time of it over the past week.
But with a huge lead at the top of the leaderboard, it was one of our resident horse racing tipsters Ben Beare who really impressed.
Beare had a huge week, tipping no less than 35 winners at a juicy average price of $7.31.
This resulted in a monster cash profit of $9,570 for everyone who followed his tips with $100 bets.
The trial specialist has now found a profit in 7 out of his last 9 tipping days. There's no doubt that he'll look to keep that form going and end the year on a high.
Ben Beare's hot tipping form
Finding the next biggest profit was pro punter Danzak.
This tipping veteran has a wealth of horse racing knowledge at his disposal.
He used all of that experience to generate a cash profit of $3K, despite only finding three winning tips.
The driving force behind this big profit was Ipso Nem Felek, that got home for Danzak at Doomben on Saturday.
This bolter paid a mammoth $78.50 on the tote, in what was one of the best bets of the week.
Danzak's big roughie
But for a sustained tipping effort, it doesn't get much better than Jack Smallhorn's recent performance.
This form analyst from the Australian Associated Press found 11 winners at an incredible strike rate of 52%.
This meant an enormous 119% POT and an overall cash profit of $2,490 for anyone who followed Smallhorn's tips with $100 bets.
But even more impressive than this is the fact that Smallhorn was able to tip the card at Taree on Monday.
Jack Smallhorn tips the card
To bag every winner on the day is a phenomenal achievement, that few tipsters can boast in their lifetime.
Anyone who followed Smallhorn's selections would've been swimming in champagne by the end of the day.
Another media expert who put in big strides was Chris Nelson from Best Bets.
Nelson is one of Queensland racing's most respected form analysts.
And in the past seven days, he steered his followers into 16 winners at a ripping strike rate of 40%.
This generated a profit of $2,380 from $100 win bets.
Not bad at all for a week's work.
Best Bets weren't the only racing publication who had a good time of it though.
Slotting in just below Nelson on the weekly leaderboard was John Hourihan from the Winning Post.
He also had a terrific week, after finding 6 winners at a meaty average price of $6.88.
And with a commendable strike rate of 33%, Hourihan's tips resulted in 129% POT and a cash profit of $2,330.
They'll be lining up to buy the Winning Post and Best Bets after these great results.