Author: Mike Steward Jul 08, 2016 03:28 PM
Punters versus Australian Racing Media in June
The best performing punters in June was a tale of two sides. The Punters took
all three of the top positions in the Cash Profit category, where we use absolute
profit to order each punter's profits in the month. While in the Profit
On Turnover (POT) category, where profits are ordered relative to the turnover used to obtain them, all
three positions were taken-out by the Australian racing media, with two of those
claimed by race callers from Sky Racing.
Highest Cash Profit Punters
Templategate12, a 38 year old bloke from country Victoria,
made the most cash from his selections in June finding no less than 176 winners.
He made $6,470 profit from $100 win bets on his selection. Not far behind him
was FordCat17 with $5,950 profit and for the second month in-a-row
DexFeminaFacti was the second runner-up with $5,190 profit.
Next in line, just outside of the place getters, was Melbourne
form expert Deane Lester finding 20 winners for $3,140
Highest Profit On Turnover Punters
Sky Racing New South Wales country race caller Alan Hull took
the top spot in this category for June. He's 15 selections across the two Wagga
race meetings he called in the month produced no less than six winners and seven
placings, leaving only two unplaced selections. His 40% strike rate delivered
his followers a massive 99.3% profit on turnover, which means he doubled every
$1 placed on his tips.
Close behind with 97% POT was Gold Coast Bulletin racing journalist and form
expert Tom Boswell. Tom published 24 tips in the month finding
nine winners at average odds of $5.26.
In third spot was Sky Racing caller Shane Yates who yielded
93% POT from his 16 selections published for the two Launceston meetings he
called during the month.
Australia's top punters and racing media's best bets appear on one
page every day in the Tip Market.