Usually we see a fierce battle for the top spots between the punters and media experts, but not in March.
That's because it was sheer domination by the punters, who clean swept the podiums for highest cash profit and highest Profit on Turnover (POT).
But more impressive than that was the punter who grabbed the gold in not one, but both categories.
See who it was, as well as all of March's other top performers below.
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest Cash Profit
With a mind-boggling $19,380 in cash profitbfrom $100 win bets, it was Shadowfax who surged to the summit.
Like Gandalf's speedy stallion, Shadowfax was just too good for them.
He tipped 24 winners from 166 selections, at an enormous average price of $15.
This pro punter clearly went for the value and it more than paid off.
Three of his winners got home at odds rougher than 50/1, the best of which was Spunlago that saluted at Albury on the 20th.
Shadowfax bags a big roughie at Albury
Securing the silver for highest cash profit was Beauatifulfart.
From his tipping alias, you can tell this Queenslander is a bit of a larrikin.
But it was his tips that put smiles on the faces of his followers in March.
Beautifulfart recorded $11,740 in cash profit from $100 win bets, thanks to his 65 winners at an average price of $10.84.
Now boasting a 3-month tipping streak, this bloke is a prime candidate for anyone looking for some quality tips in April.
Beatifulfart racks up 3 profitable months on-the-trot
The second runner-up in the cash category was another Queenslander and fellow pro punter, Shogun.
He generated $9,200 in profit thanks to finding no less than 90 winners at an average price of $5.73.
Shogun showed that you don't need to jag plenty of roughies to end up with an enormous profit.
Instead it was his consistency that served him well, with this pro punter finishing the month with an impressive strike rate of 21%.
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest POT
Picking up his second gold here was Shadowfax.
You knew that his enormous profit had to translate well into POT, and didn't it ever.
The Victorian ended up with a bumper 117% POT, putting the icing on the cake of a superb tipping month.
But even more impressive is the fact that Shadowfax's form extends beyond March.
From 761 tips over the past 90 days, this pro punter is sitting on an enormous cash profit of $21,320.
He's certainly thrown his hat in the ring as one of the tipsters of 2020.
Shadowfax's impressive 90 day tipping stats
For the second straight month, VacantLot tipped his socks off.
This Sapphire Coast resident picked up the gold for highest POT in February, so he's clearly onto a winning formula.
This month, he finished up with 105% POT, after bagging 6 winners from 30 selections at an average price of $10.25.
The best of the bunch was Lucky To His Mates, that got home at 40/1 odds at Corowa on the 7th.
VavantLot finds value at Corowa
Rounding out the podium was pro punter ronniehanks.
And like VacantLot, it was a similar path to success for this punter.
Ronniehanks bagged 7 winners from 30 tips at an average price of $8.73.
To be able to combine value with precision tipping looks to be the winning method in the highest POT category.
Just missing the podium but doing enough to earn a mention was pro punter craiglewis.
This South Australian snapped up 16 winners at a juicy average price of $6.38.
This generated a whopping 79% POT.
Craiglewis focuses on what he knows best, with all of his tips and winners coming from SA racing.
If you're on the lookout for some quality South Australian tips, craiglewis could be your man.
Best Media Experts by POT
This article can't be all about the punters though, with some of the media experts earning a mention with their terrific tipping.
And what becomes evident from the table above is that it was a cracking month for SKY Racing's callers.
The best of the bunch was SA race caller Tim Edwards, who tipped 9 good winners at the track.
But for fans of the dogs, Edwards also provides his free tips for greyhound racing.
Next best from the SKY tipping stable was Anthony Manton.
One of SKY's most versatile employees, Manton fared well in at the provincial and country tracks in southern NSW.
Darren McAullay meanwhile was tipping a stack of winners out west.
The favourite son of WA racing, McAullay has shown his tipping is just as good as his calling in the past month.
The best media expert in March was Racenet's analyst Jett Hatton.
He tipped with laser-beam precision, finding 15 winners from 36 selections.
Plenty will be jumping on his next tips after seeing these stats.
And finally, Brent Zerafa deserves a wrap for finding a good profit for his followers.
One of Racing.com's tipsters, Zerafa used all of his racing experience and knowledge to his benefit in March.