Author: Alex Christodoulou Apr 15, 2020 01:10 PM
It was one-way traffic at the top end of the cash profit leaderboard this week.
In an accomplished collective display of tipping, the media experts showed why they're the ones who tip horses for a living.
Incredibly, eight of the top ten spots were filled out by media tipsters.
Top 10 racing tipsters for cash profit last week
Leading the way was ex-Aussie Rules star and now Melbourne form expert, Mark Hunter.
Regular patrons of theGreatTipOff.com will know that Hunter possesses one of the sharpest betting brains in the game.
And based on this week's tipping performance, it's clear to see why.
Hunter tipped 9 winners at a fat average price of $7.87 over the past seven days.
This led to an enormous cash profit of $4,080 if you followed all of Hunter's tips with $100 bets.
This was at a standout 136% POT.
It was the meetings at Kilmore and Pakenham on Thursday where he did most of his damage last week, tipping 5 winners from 11 selections.
And in good news for punters, you can access his exclusive staking plan and racing package here.
Mark Hunter cleans up on Thursday
Next up is Daily Telegraph horse racing journo Matt Jones.
Jones steered his followers into a winner on just about every day of the past week.
He had particular success at last Wednesday's Warwick Farm meet, bagging 3 winners including both of his best bets.
Matt Jones nail both his best bets at Warwick Farm
All up, Jones delivered a cash profit just shy of $4K, at a 67% POT.
You can bet that plenty of punters will be now jumping on his tips for this week.
Also tipping up a storm was West Australian form analyst Chris Blackwell.
This proud Sandgroper saw 13 of his selections salute at a juicy average price of $6.05.
His best tip came at Ascot on Friday, where he somehow got a hold of 20/1 shot Star Glitter in Race 9.
Not only did Blackwell tip this roughie, but he had the confidence to stick his neck out and make it his best bet.
Chris Blackwell bags a roughie in the west
In fact, change the leaderboard settings to actual stake, and Blackwell's profit surges up to $6,000 - the highest of all media experts.
Now that's an impressive display of tipping.
Finally, following last week's effort where he raked in $3,420 in cash profit, Shayne O'Cass repeated the dose this time.
The Super Racing analyst secured another $2,910 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
This was after 15 of his tips got up at a big average price of $6.34.
O'Cass has been tipping his socks off lately, and is now sitting on a cash profit in excess of $6K from 345 tips over the past 30 days.
Talk about consistency.