It was the punters who claimed the bragging rights in March, after clean-sweeping the podiums for our highest Profit on Turnover (POT) and highest cash profit categories.
They did this by latching onto some juicy value, proving the benefit of playing away from the favourites.
There were also some strong performances from the media brigade, who steered their followers into sizeable profits.
Read on to discover all of March's top performers.
Best Horse Racing Tipsters: POT
Best horse racing tipsters for March
Bagging the month's top prize of $500 thanks to some sensational tipping was Hobart-based pro punter Tylerbowden3.
The Tasmanian tipped 9 winners at a strike rate of 30% and a bumper average price of $10.
The definite standout was Missybeel, the Bjorn Baker-trained mare who caused a boilover in the last at Randwick on the 6th.
Missybeel edged out leading fancy She's Ideel to salute at monster $58.70 odds.
With winners like this as well as an accurate strike rate, it's no wonder Tylerbowden clocked off with an enormous 201% POT.
Tylerbowden3 reels in a whale at Randwick
Securing the silver thanks to a very impressive 156% POT of his own was Methoman.
The NSW punter also got a hold the value that's been up for grabs during the Sydney Autumn Carnival.
His 6 winners in March saluted at an average price of $14.50 and included $26 pop Lion's Roar in the Randwick Guineas, as well as $13 hope Toffee Tongue in the Sky High Stakes.
With a great record at Sydney's premier meets, as well as a three-week tipping streak, Methoman will continue to be popular in April.
Methoman has been giving the bookies plenty to think about in recent weeks
Speaking of good value, it doesn't get much better than what Vaughan Haack, a.k.a. Doctorevil delivered.
He nailed 14 winners at an outrageous average price of $19.84, to drive a fat 82% POT.
Haack is one of the veterans on the site, having been entering tips since all the way back in 2011.
And what this March performance suggests is that he's going as well as ever.
Best Horse Racing Tipsters: Cash Profit
Grabbing the top gong in the cash profit category was Robert Moodie, aka Haystack5.
The pro punter put in a phenomenal performance, tipping a mind-bending 114 winners at a juicy average price of $6.40.
Apply a $100 win bet to all of Haystack5's tips and he ended up with no less than $14,350 in cash profit.
Residing in the NSW South-West town of Harden, Moodie also is has flown out of the barriers in 2021 having topped our February top cash profit award.
haystack5 is absolutely flying at the moment
As well as delivering in the POT category, Vaughan Haack also found his way onto the cash profit podium.
Punters who followed his 153 tips with $100 bets would've seen a mammoth cash profit of $12,470.
We mentioned it above, but this bloke is absolutely airborne.
Cromis55 completed a clean-sweep of the podium for the pro punters, after his tips drove a whopping $8,695 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
Like Haack, this Victorian has been entering his selections at theGreatTipOff.com since 2011.
But this monthly performance would have to be right up there as his best ever, after he bagged 38 winners at a mouth-watering average price of $9.34.
With a very solid 32% POT as well, it was a complete tipping performance from Cromis55.
Best Racing Media Tipsters by POT
Faring best among the media experts was Winning Post's Brisbane form expert Peter Lyne.
Lyne found 12 winners up north at a superb strike rate of 33% and a meaty average price of $4.47, to drive a bumper 49% POT.
With the Brisbane Winter Carnival not too far away, Lyne is looking like a tipster to follow.
Next up is SKY Racing caller James Tait, who was on song with his tips in and around Canberra.
Tait had the thrill of calling 10 of his selections first past the post in March.
They saluted at a fat average price of $5, leading to a 43% POT for his followers.
James Tait's impressive 30 day stats
The second Winning Post tipster to feature is none other than Tony Rickards.
The Victorian racing writer and form analyst has developed a habit of cropping up in these articles over the years.
This time it was thanks to 18 winners at a typically generous average price of $5.47, resulting in a 39% POT.
David Salmon was next over the line after steering his followers into a handsome 27% POT.
The form analyst and manager of RadioTAB made some impressive inroads up in Brisbane, where he tipped 11 winners at an average price of $4.15.
Like with Peter Lyne, plenty will be tuning in to Salmon's thoughts and tips for the quality Brisbane racing that's just around the corner.
You can add Blair Gibson to that list, who has also been showing his quality up in Brisbane.
The form judge for Racing.com finished the month with a 26% POT, after jagging 21 winners at a strike rate of 34% and an average price of $3.66.
Gibbo is someone you can continue to back with confidence in April.