Horse Racing tipster of the week
It was a cracking week for both the punters and media experts, with both groups tipping stacks of winners to notch up big profits.
But it doesn't get much bigger than what Gold Coast local Oldrogue dished up to lead all comers on the weekly leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT).
Best horse racing tipsters for the week
This punter tipped his socks off, after jagging 7 winners at a staggering average price of $30.09.
This haul not only included $74 pop Rationality that got the chocolates at Mudgee on Easter Sunday, but also rank outsider Ladies' Gem who defied his $89 price to salute in the last at Gosford on Thursday.
Oldrougue bags a big one at Gosford
With winning tips like this, it's no surprise that Oldrogue clocked off with a whopping 313% POT. In terms of cash profit, this translated to a mind-blowing $16k for anyone who followed his tips with $100 bets.
You won't find many weekly performances topping this in 2021.
Coming in next with a mouth-watering 298% POT of his own was pro punter QLDRacingTips.
And he certainly delivered this week, bagging two winners at Saturday's Eagle Farm meet including $32 hope Aberlady.
While some may think this was a bit of a fluke, QLDRacingTips's pro punter status suggests otherwise.
He's built an impressive record of late, and is now boasting a three-month profit streak. Definitely one to follow.
QLDRacingTips has racked up 3 winning months in the black
Onto the media brigade now and best of the bunch was South Australian race caller Mark Matthews.
The SKY Racing man cleaned up deluxe at Penola on Sunday. He found 5 of the 8 winners on the card at a fat average price of $5.80, bagging both of his best bets in the process.
Mark Matthews piles it on at Penola
This stellar effort generated a bumper 263% POT for Matthews' followers, who are sure to be back for more.
Also tipping with a sensational combination of accuracy and value was Racenet's Cameron Happ.
The Victorian form judge jagged 3 of his 7 selections at a juicy average price of $6.07.
The highlight was Sweetzou, after it saluted at $12.40 odds at Sandown on Wednesday.
As impressive as this performance was, it's what Happ has been doing over an extended period that's got his followers up and about.
He's now recorded a profit four weeks on the bounce, and will look to make it five with his next selections.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Kicking off with the trots and it was SKY Racing's Jim Jacques who had the best of it after delivering yet another profit for his fans.
The second South Australian race caller to feature in this week's article, Jacques has been one of the most reliable sources for harness tips for a while now.
This time he found 5 of the 7 winners at Victor Harbor, at a superb strike rate of 71% and a solid average price of $2.71.
This not only drove a 96% POT, but saw Jacques notch up his fourth profitable week from his last five.
He's in some red-hot form at the moment.
Flicking over to the greyhound leaderboard and it was EvilMonkey who came out on top thanks to a huge 107% POT.
The Queensland punter owes his success to value, after nailing 4 winners at a monster average price of $11.37.
The standout was $37 pop Uno Carla who was too quick for them at Mandurah on Friday.
And given that he's now generated $4,100 in cash profit from 185 $100 win bets over the past 30 days, EvilMonkey's next greyhound tips are sure to be popular.