Sky Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
Mick Wallace (NSW)
|$2,220 cash profit, 159% POT
Brett Davis (SA)
|$1,760 cash profit, 57% POT
Kris Warren (WA)
|$1,080 cash profit, 180% POT
Michael Charge (QLD)
|$1,080 cash profit, 57% POT
Colin Hodges (NSW)
|$850 cash profit, 61% POT
If you're looking for some quality horse racing tips for NSW's Central-West racing scene, it's hard to go past analyst Mick Wallace and caller Colin Hodges.
These two have been in tremendous form of late, and once again brought it to the table this week.
Wallace was the standout performer from the SKY Racing tipster stable over the past seven days, after his tips generated a hefty cash profit of $2,220 and a whopping 159% POT.
He had particular success at Monday's Dubbo meet, where he bagged three winners including 25/1 shot Malibu Stacy in Race 3.
Mick Wallace's big day out at Dubbo
Veteran race caller Colin Hodges also delivered a handy profit for his followers.
He bagged 3 winners at the big Parkes meet on Sunday.
This included Steamin', that took out the Parkes Cup at $5.10 odds.
Colin called his winner home with great excitement, prompting listeners to wonder whether he had a few dollars on Steamin' himself.
It was another race caller who delivered the second highest profit of the week, with ex-Hong Kong caller Brett Davis faring well.
Davis is now the leading caller in South Australia, and it was at Strathalbyn where he cleaned up this week.
With a few handy winners at Morphettville and Mount Gambier as well, it was good news if you were following Davis.
There was also a big profit to be had if you were on Kris Warren's tips at Kalgoorlie this week.
The West Australian tipped 3 of the 6 winners on the card, including $12.60 hope Explosion in Race 3.
It's no wonder Warren finished up with such an explosive 180% POT.
The final star performer of the week was Michael Charge.
Regular readers will know that Chargey appears in this article more often than not these days.
This time he was ripping in at Tuesday's Rockhampton meet, jagging two winners at juicy 10/1 odds.
Just another day at the office for The Charge.
Sky Racing Tipster Track Experts
With the feature racing and punters' focus shifting up to Queensland on Saturday, we thought we'd have a look at who is primed to tip you a winner at Eagle Farm.
Looking at the track stats over the past 180 days, and it's race caller David Fowler who is faring best at Brisbane's premier track.
Over this period, his 89 tips have saluted at a stellar strike rate of 37%.
If you followed each of Fowler's 89 tips with $100 bets, you'd be sitting on a cracking profit of $1,030.
But that's not the best of it.
Incredibly, Fowler is sitting on a 3-meet streak at Eagle Farm.
David Fowler knows his way around Eagle Farm
In other words, he's delivered a profit for punters each of the previous three times he's tipped at the track.
He'll be hoping to make it four on the trot on Saturday.
Also making his mark at Eagle Farm is none other than Gary Harley.
The veteran form analyst and fan favourite is sitting on bumper 71% POT over the past 365 days.
Harley posted his Eagle Farm tips for this Saturday including best bets.
If you're having a punt at Randwick this Saturday, you could do a lot worse than follow Glenn Munsie's tips.
Over the last 365 days, Munsie has steered punters into $1,850 from $100 win bets at Sydney's HQ.
Demonstrating his ability to find value, the average price of his winners over this period has been $3.77 from bang on 200 tips.
If it's recent form you're looking for however, then Tony Brassel is your man.
The tipping machine has produced 9% POT at Randwick over the past 90 days, at a lethal 27% strike rate.
Finally, we know punters are keen to find out which SKY analysts and callers are performing over an extended period.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more consistent tipster in Australia right now than Priscilla Looker.
The ex-hoop has made a seamless transition into SKY's ranks as a presenter and form analyst.
Plying her trade in northern NSW, Looker has quickly become the best source for free horse racing tips at tracks like Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Grafton.
And when the criteria is good form over an extended period, nobody hits the brief like Looker.
That's because she's currently sitting on a 7-month tipping streak at all tracks.
Priscilla Looker showing she's one of the most in-form tipsters in Australia
That's right, Looker has delivered a profit for her followers in each of the past 7 months.
In terms of cash profit, this streak translates to in excess of the $5K mark.
What an effort.