Aug 03, 2017 01:29 AM
Author: Mike Steward
You could have done a lot worse than follow the selections of the five punters
and racing media analysts that finished Top 3 in each of the two profit categories
Punters who like winners in double figures would have been very satisfied at
month end after following Craig Mordey's best bets in July. The Sydney Morning
Herald sports journalist who contributes to their Saturday racing section, found
no less than 6 winners with prices that averaged a huge $10.68 using best tote
odds. Winners included Hunter Jack at Rosehill's Saturday meeting
on July 15 paying $43.80 and Coolcraft at Kembla Grange paying $10.80 the following
Mordey's 6 winners over the month bagged his followers a massive 147% profit
on turnover (POT).
Back in the winners circle and not far behind Mordey was multiple award winner
Formulator with 118% POT. Sky Racing caller and Married At
First Sight star Anthony Manton tipped 12 winners in July to
give his followers a very healthy 66% POT.
When we measured cash profit the punters claimed the top prize through the
efforts of Queenslander LuckyStar. His 46 winners in July averaged
$13.66 best tote and followers placing $100 win bets behind the pro-tipster
took home the massive five-figure amount of $14,840.
Craig Mordey was the second highest cash maker for punters with $3,810 profit
and HoldingAces came in third giving him another appearance
in the Top 3 monthly awards with $2,540 profit from 52 bets.
Only 23% of punters and tipsters from Australia's racing media made a profit
in July and the collective effort of punters and tipsters on the site was a
91% return on investment
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