The race callers were on song last week and this time they repeated the dose.
The top three spots on the weekly leaderboard were taken out by the callers, with one of them going back-to-back after featuring in last week's article.
But first up is one of the rising stars in the industry, Luke Marlow.
Marlow nailed 9 winners across a trio of NSW meets to drive $1,340 in cash profit for everyone who followed his tips with $100 bets.
Not only did these winning tips salute at a superb strike rate of 43% and a meaty average price of $3.82, but they also cemented Marlow's second straight winning week.
Punters are sure to be keeping their eyes peeled for this bloke's next selections.
The next race caller to make a splash was Townsville's Tony Wode.
He was up to his usual tricks on Friday, after calling 5 of his 8 Townsville tips home for the win.
They saluted at a handy average price of $3.52 to generate a whopping 120% Profit on Turnover (POT) for Wode's fans.
This kind of performance won't come as a surprise to many, given that Wode has now secured a profit in 4 of his past 5 tipping months.
What an effort.
Making his second straight appearance on the podium was SA caller Tim Edwards.
Morphettville was the scene of the crime this week, after Edwards jagged 2 fat winners at the Adelaide track on Saturday.
They were $13 pop Tony's Reward, and his best bet Lord Vladivostok that got the chocolates in the last at $5.10 odds.
Adjust the leaderboard settings to 'actual stake' to reflect this best bet, and Edwards' POT surges up to a bumper 131%.
On top of that, he's now dished up a 5-week winning streak at Morphettville.
You know his next Morphettville tips will be popular.
Tim Edwards is on a roll
Breaking the race caller strangle-hold on the leaderboard was gun NSW form judge Brad Davidson.
Davo had a day to remember at Randwick on Saturday, bagging a handful of winners including $9.30 hope Pandano.
He steered his followers into a monster 150% POT for the week, thanks to a sensational display of accuracy and value.
Davidson is another whose next selections will be sought after.
Michael Charge rounds out our weekly wonders this time, after another brilliant tipping display up north.
Chargey bagged 8 winners at a stellar strike rate of 53%, generating $750 in cash profit.
But this was far from a one-week flash in the pan.
Check out the 'who's flying?' section to discover how well Chargey has been faring of late.
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There's stack of Group racing taking place at Rosehill on Saturday, and for some quality tips it's impossible to go past Gary Harley.
Gaz's Rosehill stats are something else, with the veteran form analyst showing a mouth-watering $5k in cash profit at the track over the past 180 days.
In this time frame, Harley has got a hold of 31 winners at a fantastic strike rate of 39% and an even better average price of $4.22.
This has driven an outrageous 63% POT for Gaz's fans.
If all that wasn't enough, Harley has also profited in each of the past four Rosehill meets he's tipped at.
Punters will be hoping he can make it five straight on Saturday.
As mentioned above, Michael Charge is airborne at the moment.
The popular North Queensland presenter for SKY Racing has now notched up $2,360 in cash profit and a 12% POT from all his tips over the past 90 days.
In this period, Chargey has tipped an astonishing 71 winners, that have greeted the judge at a scarily accurate strike rate of 37%.
On top of that, Charge has also secured a profit three months on the trot.
Phenomenal going from one of the genuine fan favourites in the SKY stable.
Chargey is on fire