Author: Alex Christodoulou Mar 14, 2020 09:06 AM
Michael Maxworthy (QLD)
|$1,790 cash profit, 105% POT
Gary Harley (NSW)
|$1,530 cash profit, 39% POT
Priscilla Looker (NSW)
|$1,160 cash profit, 50% POT
Michael Charge (QLD)
|$690 cash profit, 36% POT
Mark Guest (VIC)
|$640 cash profit, 21% POT
SKY Racing's stable of experts proved why they're the best in the game this week.
Incredibly, a majority of their expert tipsters recorded a profit over the past seven days, with just 16 of their 40 tipping experts recording a loss.
Leading the way at the top end of the cash profit leaderboard was Michael Maxworthy.
The Queensland form analyst has become a fundamental part of SKY's Queensland coverage.
And this week he showed why he's so valued, finding a fat profit of $1,790 for everyone who followed his tips with $100 bets.
While he recorded a profit at Eagle Farm on Saturday, it was at Doomben's Wednesday meet where he made the major inroads.
There he tipped 4 winners, two of which started around the 10/1 mark.
No wonder he finished with a POT above 100%.
The second spot this week goes to the undisputed veteran of the SKY stable, Gary Harley.
Harley was tipping winners everywhere from Randwick and Flemington, to Newcastle, Hawkesbury and even Tamworth.
From 39 tips, he finished with a phenomenal strike rate of 46%.
That's what five decades of working in the industry can do.
Next up is Priscilla Looker, who was all over the races at Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour this week.
In fact, she came agonizingly close to tipping the card at Coffs, with her tip Vernazza running 2nd in Race 2.
Priscilla Looker nearly tips the card at Coffs Harbour
With every other selection getting up, and 3 more winning tips at Port Macquarie, Looker finished up with more than $1K in profit.
Michael Charge continued his impressive long-term form, by bagging $690 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
This takes his 180 day total profit to just shy of $5K.
What an effort.
Mark Guest also had plenty to crow about, after 12 of his 31 selections greeted the judge.
Now that's some precise tipping.
How did the big guns fare?
Some of the big name SKY Racing's tipsters also managed to find a profit for their followers.
Paul Joice was the best of the bunch, after bagging $140 in cash profit.
However, change the leaderboard settings to actual stake, and Joice's profit surges up to $520.
This was thanks to Joice landing both of his best bets at Randwick on Saturday: Fasika in the first, and Nettoyer in the last.
Run Dufficy was also in the money.
The Duff clocked off with a round $100 in cash profit, after seeing 4 of his tips greet the judge at Randwick.
Brad Davidson could've had a week to remember, after 2 of his 3 best bets saluted. 4 of his 17 selections greeted the judge, whilst 6 finished in the placings to Davo's frustrations.
And finally, we couldn't mention the big guns and not talk about Tony Brassel.
After once again doing enough form to make any punter go blind, it was a week to forget for Bras.
The horse racing guru covered meetings in four separate states throughout the week, with Nettoyer his biggest winner paying $5.60.