July was a great month for the punters, who clean-swept the podiums for cash profit and Profit on Turnover (POT).
On top of that, one punter went back-to-back after claiming his second consecutive gold medal for the POT category.
While the punters were flying, the media experts were far from disgraced with SKY Racing in particular having another strong month.
Read on to find out July's top performers, and who to follow in the lead-up to the Spring Carnival.
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest Cash Profit
Soaring to the top with the month's highest cash profit was popular North Queenslander TheDott.
He secured $7,380 in cash profit from $100 win bets, after no less than 64 of his tips greeted the judge.
July was also TheDott's second consecutive profitable month.
He'll be looking to make it three on the bounce in August.
TheDott is seeing them well
We're staying in Queensland, because next up was RaceBizPro.
After joining the site late last year, this Queenslander has quickly become a pro punter thanks to some smart tipping.
He found $7,430 in profit, generated by 24 of his selections getting home at an average price of $7.52.
His pick of the lot has to be Fudged.
The $70 shot caused one of the boilovers of the month when winning at Cranbourne on the 15th.
What a tip.
RaceBizPro finds one from the clouds
Rounding out the cash profit podium was fellow pro punter Butterfly.
This Victorian secured a hefty haul of $7,080 from $100 win bets, thanks to his whopping tally of 60 winners.
They were coming regularly too, with Butterfly booting a winner home more often then every fourth race he tipped in.
Considering the average price of his winners was $4.85, this is incredible tipping.
On top of that, Butterfly has now gone 5 weeks straight making a profit
Best Horse Racing Tipster: Highest POT
In a month-to-month double, Danzak once again claimed the top gong for POT.
This Victorian is amongst a class of veteran punters here at theGreatTipOff.com, having placed his first tip almost a decade ago.
This experience is clearly paying off in spades, with Danzak delivering a 122% POT for his followers.
His 7 winners in July came at a juicy average price just shy of $10.
Securing the silver with a bumper 101% POT was pro punter TrentMarks.
Also hailing from Victoria, Marks owes his July success to value he was able to sink his teeth into.
The average price of his 7 winners was a thumping $19.
On top of this, Marks is boasting some great extended form over the past 180 days.
He could be your ticket to an August profit.
TrentMark's eye watering 365 day tipping stats
Rounding out the podium was fellow pro punter Afqipt.
This New South Welshman tipped an impressive 25 winners at a juicy average price of $6 and a consistent strike rate of 30%.
Numbers like this will always combine to generate big returns
And sure enough, Afqipt clocked off with a hefty 83% POT.
Onto the media experts now, and form analyst Peter Ellis deserves an honourable mention for his July performance.
The South Australian analyst secured a 40% POT, after bagging no less than 14 winners.
Ellis also landed a handful of his best bets, meaning that his POT was higher under actual stake conditions.
Definitely one to follow going forward.
Next Best Media Experts by POT
Following their domination in June, it was another good month for SKY Racing's stable of tipsters.
Chynna Marston led the way thanks to an impressive 41% POT, after finding 15 winners at tracks in southern NSW and the ACT.
The ex-hoop turned presenter and form analyst is also in some fabulous extended form.
She's now recorded just shy of $4K in profit over the past 180 days.
Sports and racing reporter Leo Schlink also had a month to remember.
The Herald Sun journo jagged 26 winners at a ripping strike rate of 38%.
This translated to a 38% POT.
Schlink's Victorian tips are sure to be in demand in the lead-up to the Spring Carnival.
Heading further west and South Australian racing expert Nadia Horne showed her class in July.
Despite winners at Murray Bridge and Gawler, it was at Morphettville where Horne really cleaned up.
The RSN tipster found plenty of value to deliver a 36% POT.
Staying in SA, leading race caller Brett Davis also delivered for his followers.
He nabbed no less than 23 winners, at a juicy average price of $5.32.
The ex-Hong Kong caller is clearly right at home down in Adelaide.