All eyes stay focused on Randwick this weekend with the running
of two Group 1 races, the weight for age All Aged Stakes run
over 1400 metres, and the Group 1 Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes
where 2 year olds step up to 1600 metres.
Adelaide starts its Group 1 racing season this weekend with the running of the
Australasian Oaks, a Group 1 for 3 year old fillies, and the
weight for age Group 1 Robert Sangster Classic.
Media tipster challenge on again
The media tipsters reigned supreme last weekend with not a single punter managing
to accumulate greater profits than the media tipsters they challenged with their
tips last Saturday. The good news is it's on again this weekend.
To win yourself a $10 bet here's what you need to do.
- Like us
- Pick the media tipster that you want to challenge by visiting our horse
racing tipster leader board (media tipsters highlighted in green). See
the complete list of tipsters when you login or join in two minutes if you
haven't already done so.
- Post the name of the media tipster you are challenging and three or more
of your tips on Saturday's Australian races on our Facebook
- You win a $10 bet when you complete the 3 steps outlined
above and your win profit on turnover percentage from the tips you post on
our Facebook page* exceeds the tipster's win profit percentage that you are
- If the tipster you challenge does not tip on Saturday you
will be allocated Deane
Lester as a challenger. Media tipster's profit percentages will be taken
from the Saturday Australian horse racing tips that are recorded for that
tipster at theGreatTipOff.com and shown on the leader board.
- Tips and media challenger must be posted on theGreatTipOff.com
Facebook page before 12.00pm on Saturday.
*Calculated as Total returned from $1 bets on tips / Total
number of tips. Only includes tips on Saturday horse racing events in Australia.
Star punter meets his rival
If you missed it last weekend, star punter ProPunter
had another winning day last Saturday when tipping and betting for his punters
club investors, Bienenstich at Bairnsdale
paying $12.80 the win and $4.90 the place
for his each way bets and Karosse paying $4 a place at the
The extraordinary profit that ProPunter has made over the past 3 months is
best understood when you look at his stats. 141% win profit, 44% place profit
from 138 tips. If you placed $100 win bets on his tips or backed behind him
in his daily
punters club with the same stake you would have $19,458 extra cash in the
Incredibly, however there is someone to rival ProPunter's amazing efforts.
CyberYang a.k.a the Phantom
Tipster has recently resumed tipping after a few months spell. Consistent
with his previous form he has shot straight to the top of the win profit leader
board boasting 152% win profit from 18 tips. That's 11 percentage points in
front of ProPunter.
Form analysts join the professional tipping ranks
We had two new tipsters who took the leap from everyday lounge room punters
to qualify as professional tipsters. Back on 17 April, Rabbit222
qualified as a professional greyhound racing tipster after tipping in profit
for 65 consecutive tips while showing 38% win profit on turnover, greater than
the qualifying level of 25% win profit. Two days later LuckyStar
also qualified as a professional greyhound racing tipster. It took him 72 consecutive
tips in profit to get above the 25% win profit required to qualify.