Horse Racing tipster of the week
The media tipsters were up and about this week, dominating the top end of the leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT).
Not only were six of the top ten spots filled by media experts, but one of them also tipped his way to the summit.
Best horse racing tipsters this week
That honour fell to veteran racing journalist Steve Zammit, after the Telegraph tipster steered his followers into a bumper 230% POT.
This was thanks to a near perfect display of tipping at Saturday's Rosehill meet.
Zammit bagged six of the day's winners, including all three of his best bets, at a meaty average price of $4.95.
Steve Zammit ran riot at Rosehill
This haul included the Kiwi raider Aegon who proved a class above in the Hobartville Stakes, as well as $9.40 pop Starspangled Rodeo who ran them of their feet in the last.
As mentioned above, all three of Zammit's best bets saluted. Flick over to the actual stake leaderboard, and his POT jumps up to 272% with a double stake factored in for these best bets.
While this was a bottler of a weekly performance, it also cemented a three-month winning streak for Zammit at Rosehill.
His Golden Slipper tips are sure to be hot property in a month's time.
The next media expert to make waves was Kate Bromley from the Herald Sun.
It's clear from her tip stats that Bromley knows a thing or two about Victorian racing.
This week she jagged 3 good winners at Friday night's Moonee Valley meet, including Cielo D'Oro who flew home in the last at mouth-watering $12.70 odds.
This drove an enormous 131% POT for the form analyst.
But it's her extended stats that'll really get punters talking.
Bromley has now recorded a four-month tipping streak.
What an effort.
Kate Bromley is in a rich vein of form
The third media tipster to prove just how good a judge of a horse he is was Ron Dufficy.
Heading into the weekend, we highlighted how well Duff has been faring at Rosehill Gardens.
Punters who took the hint would be on cloud nine after Dufficy's Saturday tips generated an enormous 111% POT.
The trackside presenter for SKY Racing ended up with 4 winners on the card, that saluted at a juicy average price of $4.75.
Dufficy's Rosehill tips are sure to be popular for the remainder of the Autumn Carnival.
As well as the media brigade fared, the punters also had a good time of it, led by Deej101.
The Adelaide hills local bagged 4 winners, that saluted at odds spanning $11 to $29.
In other words, all 4 of Deej101's winning tips got up at cracking price, to drive a mammoth 187% POT.
This translated to a whopping $4,860 in cash profit for everyone who followed Deej101's 26 tips with $100 bets.
Not bad at all.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Kicking things off with the trots tipsters and it was up-and-coming race caller Lachlan Stace who fared best.
The South Australian had a whale of a week, after jagging 6 winners at a strike rate of 40% and an average price of $7.22.
Numbers like this always generate a giant profit and this was no exception, with Stace showing a 189% POT.
But what's so impressive about Stace is the regularity with which he's been producing this kind of performance.
Look at his extended stats and you'll see that he's now dished up four straight winning months.
Definitely someone to keep an eye on.
Lachlan Stace is on a roll
Onto the greyhound tipsters, and SKY Racing's James Van de Maat was tipping winners like there's no tomorrow.
The Victorian caller bagged 26 winners at an astonishing strike rate of 57%, leading to $2,540 in cash profit at a 55% POT.
Van de Maat also recently recorded a 4-week tipping streak, so you know he's more than capable of repeating the dose.
His next greyhound selections are sure to be hot property.