Horse Racing Tipster of the Week
Both the professional punters and media experts proved their class this week, after both groups delivered whopping profits for their followers.
But in a league of his own this week was pro punter Victory6.
Having delivered a profit in 4 out of his previous 5 tipping months, you know this Gold Coast local is no mug.
Bear that in mind because the tip that made all the difference for Victory6 was about as rough as they get.
Half of Sydney was surely scratching their head, wondering how Notabadharada got up at Randwick Kensington last Wednesday.
Victory6 tipped the rank outsider that scooted along the rails to score at the enormous odds of $167.40.
Victory6's contender for tip of the year
Along with a handful of other winning tips, Victory6 clocked off with more than $15K in cash profit from $100 win bets.
Now that's a tipping week he won't be forgetting any time soon.
The next highest profit was recorded by one of our own form analysts, Ben Beare.
The trial form wizard watched on as no less than 20 of his tips greeted the judge.
Punters who backed each of Beare's tips with $100 win bets would've seen a cash profit of $6,530 come their way.
Not bad for a week's work.
Racing publication Best Bets had another terrific week, thanks to the tipping performances of some of their premier form analysts.
Joel Marshall was one of those after not only bagging his best bet in Sydney, but tipping 30/1 shot Standoff at Flemington on Saturday.
Marshall's Saturday racing tips generated a 121% POT, and a cash profit of $2,170.
WA tipster Mark Wise also finished the week with a 121% POT.
The Best Bets analyst was all over Sunday's Kalgoorlie meet, tipping 3 winners including his best bet at 12/1 odds.
Mark Wise cleans up at Kalgoorlie
In fact, Wise also landed both of his best bets at Geraldton on Friday.
This meant that under actual stake conditions, Wise's POT surged up to a mammoth 202%.
Just another example of a Best Bets tipster franking the name of their employer.
The final Best Bets analyst to earn a mention is Chris Nelson.
We gave this bloke a wrap last week after a bumper profit resulted in a 4-week tipping streak.
This time he extended that tipping streak to five weeks.
Chris Nelson's impressive tipping streak
Nelson's tips generated $1,590 in cash profit from $100 win bets, largely thanks to a stellar display at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Nelson's list of winning tips included the unlikely Stradbroke Handicap victor Tyzone.
If Best Bets sales haven't already gone through the roof, they will now.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
There were some familiar faces who shared the spoils at the top of the harness racing weekly leaderboard.
Both Roy Sundborg and LuckyStar have been in some superb form of late.
This week, both recorded a POT higher than 90% and both finished up with in excess of $8K in cash profit from $100 win bets.
This was after both tipped more than 10 winners at an average price higher than $10.
Either one of these punters would be a good candidate if you're on the lookout for some harness tips.
Onto the dogs and it was sheer domination by SKY Racing tipsters.
Incredibly, 8 of the top 10 spots on the weekly leaderboard were taken out by employees of SKY.
SKY Racing tipsters dominate the top 10 greyhound leaderboard
A special shout out has to go to race caller Brenton Yates.
Not only did the South Australian deliver a big profit for his followers, but he's now sitting on a 5-month tipping streak.
What an effort.