Tony Brassel showed once again why he's regarded as one of the best in the game this week.
That's because SKY Racing's certified TipBot featured in the weekly wonders for the third week running.
Before we sing Bras's praises, we've got to give Michael Maxworthy a wrap, after his tips drove a table-topping $2,170 in cash profit.
The Queensland presenter and form expert snared 8 winners at a superb strike rate of 44% and a juicy average price of $4.96.
His best bets were also right on the money. Factor in a double stake for these top picks and Maxworthy finished up with a mammoth 140% POT.
Punters are starting to become accustomed to these kinds of performances from Maxworthy. In fact, the analyst is now boasting $4,260 in cash profit from 461 tips over the past 180 days.
With some bumper Brisbane racing just around the corner, punters will be looking to Maxworthy to deliver the goods.
Onto Tony Brassel now, and SKY's main man bagged no less than 19 winners this week, from 60 selections.
Punters who backed all of Brassel's tips with $100 bets were tucking into a whopping $1,200 in cash profit.
Proving there's no track where he can't turn a profit, Bras was all over the Naracoorte card on Wednesday.
He bagged $6.20 chance Fergo's Boys in the first, followed by $8.40 pop Bossy Britches in Race 5.
To see how Bras is going over an extended period, see the Who's Flying section below.
We're back up to Queensland now because Tony Wode rounded out the podium, thanks to $1,090 in cash profit and a huge 136% POT.
The voice of Townsville racing was on song last Thursday, jagging 4 of the 8 winners including $10 pop Pantone in the last.
Wode has long been one of SKY's most consistent tipsters. He's currently showing an all-time cash profit in excess of $3k from no less than 1,202 tips.
It was another race caller from Queensland who came home next, with David Fowler building nicely in the lead-up to Brisbane's Winter Carnival.
One of the city's premier callers, Fowler has also proved himself as a dab hand on the punt.
This week he found 7 winners across Eagle Farm and Doomben, at a stellar strike rate of 41%.
These winners also got up at an average price of $3.33 to generate a handsome 37% POT.
The last cab off the rank is Gary Kliese, after he steered his followers into $520 in cash profit.
This was after the ex-hoop bagged 6 winners across the Armidale and Grafton meets in northern NSW.
Kliese is well established as one of the region's best judges of a horse, and looking at his extended results, it's not hard to see why.
The presenter and form analyst is currently sitting on a three-month profit streak. Terrific stuff.
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It's day two of The Championships and another jam-packed card is set to attract the attention of punters.
Addeybb and Verry Elleegant will resume their rivalry in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, in what is the highlight on a cracking day of racing.
Like last week, Brad Davidson is the SKY tipster you want to be following at the track.
As well as an impressive 90-day record at Randwick, Davo landed his best bet Anomoe at last week's meet.
Punters will be keen to find out who he's putting on top this Saturday.
As mentioned above, Tony Brassel has hit his straps of late, recently bringing up his third consecutive weekly profit.
Focusing on his 30-day figures, and Bras has bagged an outrageous 69 winners, at a meaty average price of $3.59.
In terms of cash profit, this has generated a shade over a grand for all of the Brassel faithful.
Because Bras is obligated to tip at the four major meets on both a Wednesday and a Saturday, he faces a handicap compared to some of his other SKY Racing colleagues.
The bigger your tipping output is, the harder it is to drive a profit in the long run.
That's why Bras's 30-day profit - despite the fact that he's placed 239 tips in this period - is so impressive.
No wonder people call him the TipBot.