Author: Alex Christodoulou May 15, 2018 07:21 PM
With a week of racing that saw many a favourite get rolled and horses coming home paying well into triple figures, New South Wales country sider Turfcutter is just as hot as ever.
In the last seven days, the professional punter has had an enormous 36 total winners and 60 placings. This earnt him $3,380 in profit, adding to his life-time win profit total of $25,779 (since joining the site in November 2014).
Yes, you heard me correctly. From 7,859 in the last three and a bit years, Turfcutter has racked up over $25,000 profit in cold hard cash from $100 win bets.
But his recent form is something else. In Turfcutter's last 10 tipping days, he's come out in front on 9 occasions. Talk about a hot streak. There's not much room for improvement, but if his past record is anything to go by, it looks like our tipster of the week will be cutting turf for a while yet. See more statistics and free subscribe to Turfcutter's tip alerts here.
The best from Australia's racing media was Scott Embry who had a whale of a week. The West Australian newspaper form analyst chalked up 12 winners and 16 placings.
A new feature on the Horse Racing Tipster Leaderboard, allows us to view profit using actual stake in addition to an even stake (same stake on each tip). For media tipsters this calculation doubles the stake on best bets.
Scott's total profit using even stake was impressive making $100 win bet punters a cool $2,720. But the precision of his best bets catapulted that figure higher to be $3,820 when choosing actual stake.
Embry's 12 winners represented half of his 24 tips over the seven days giving him a freakish 50% strike rate paying average odds of $4.27.
That effort gives Embry an overall profit of $4,940 from $100 win bets placed on his 187 tips recorded since his selections started to be posted in the West Australian last year.