Author: Alex Christodoulou Apr 01, 2021 02:39 PM
After topping the Racing.com leaderboard with a 44% Profit on Turnover (POT) last week, Blair Gibson showed that was just an entree for what he dished up this time.
Gibbo shot the lights out up in Queensland, nailing 6 winners at a juicy average price of $4.55 to go along with an ultra-impressive strike rate of 43%.
While this drove a bumper 95% POT, the story gets even better once you factor in Gibson's best bets.
One of them was Explosive Quality, that saluted at fat $9.40 odds at Doomben on Saturday.
Apply a double stake to Gibbo's best bets as reflected when filitering the horse racing leaderboard by actual stake, and his weekly POT surges up to a mouth-watering 129%.
He's now racked up 3 profitable weeks on the bounce and this streak doesn't look like stopping anytime soon.
3 weeks straight in the black for Blair Gibson
Clint Hutchison was the best of the Victorian brigade after he tipped with precision at Saturday's Bendigo meet.
The form judge and Get On panellist bagged 5 of the 9 winners at Bendigo.
While they were all fancied by the market, this consistency from Hutchi was enough to generate a handsome 31% POT for his followers.
Look for him to repeat the dose this Saturday.
Ben Asgari also had a productive week on the punt, after finding 10 winners.
They got home at super strike rate of 38%, to help drive a handy 10% POT.
With Caulfield hosting a quality card on Saturday, Asgari is one of the tipsters that looks well placed to deliver a profit.
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Speaking of tipsters to follow at Caulfield, it's hard to go past Matt Welsh.
The form analyst is showing some seriously impressive stats at Caulfield over the past 365 days.
In this period he's found 30 winners at a fat average price of $4.34 to generate an 18% POT.
Flick the leaderboard settings to "Actual Stake" where Welsh's best bets are taken into account, and his POT kicks up to 23%.
Combine this with the fact that Welsh is coming off a profitable last seven days, and he's in the box seat to deliver the goods at Caulfield once again.
After the back-to-back performances he's put in, it's impossible to look past Blair Gibson as the Racing.com tipster who's flying.
As you would expect, his 30-day stats are impressive.
Punters who followed all of Gibbo's tips with with $100 win bets, and doubled-up on his best bets, would be sitting pretty with $2,940 in cash profit.
And having now recorded not just two but three consecutive profitable weeks, punters will be backing up the truck in the hope that he can make it four on the trot.
Gibbo's ridiculous 30 day stats