Jun 03, 2016 12:29 PM
May was another month of solid punting performances with some massive profits
made by punters and Australia's racing media. Overall only 28% of punters and
media who either bet or tip through our sites made a profit during the month.
There were some extremely close finishes in each of the two monthly award categories.
In the Win Profit on Turnover (POT) category multiple award winner and 2015
Tipster of the Year Formulator
was leading the race up to the final few days of the month. He still finished
third with a very impressive 114% POT with average odds of $16.
His competition in May came from Sky Racing caller Anthony
Manton who returned to Australia only a few years ago after calling
races in Malaysia. Manton continues a recent run of outstanding performances
from Australian race callers adding further strength behind recent research that suggest
callers are usually astute form analysts. Manton published 18 selections during May, finding 13 winners
at average odds of $3.65. His effort included Kembla Grange last Saturday where
he picked six of the eight winners including one winner at $15.50.
Manton looked like he had it in the bag until 31 year old RoseDogg
from Southern NSW found three winners on Tuesday, the final day of the month,
to finish with 185% POT, 22 points ahead of Manton who finished with 163% POT.
There was another close battle in the cash profit category, where absolute
profit is used to measure punting success. Less than $600 seperated the top
two punters who are each no stranger to the Tipster of the Month awards. SaturdayStandouts
finished on top with $12,420 profit from 308 $100 bets placed during the month.
Close behind was TryMe
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