Author: Alex Christodoulou Sep 11, 2019 12:01 PM
Respected race callers clean up
It was a great week for race callers, with two of Australia's finest cracking the top ten for most cash profit.
One of our resident tipsters also had a week to remember, as he filled the pockets of his followers.
Before we reveal the identity of these tipsters, the pro punters deserve a wrap for once again dominating at the top of the leaderboard.
With a cash profit in excess of $12K, Intrepidarts was way out in front at the summit of the leaderboard.
What makes his total even more incredible is the fact that it came from just two winners.
Well, it was really one that made all the difference.
That's because Intrepidarts managed to back Dad's Blaze, which saluted at an astonishing $143.20 at Newcastle last Thursday.
Intrepidarts big day out at Newcastle
With odds like this, Intrepidarts must've been one of the only blokes in the country to tip this rank outsider.
If you think he just got lucky this week than think again. The Sydney sider has racked up 6 profitable days from his last 9. Over the past 30 days he boasts 253% POT which made over $16k for his followers placing $100 win bets on his selections.
Picking up the silver for most cash profit was fellow pro punter WAonly1.
This punter has a knack of finding a juicy priced winner or two out west.
Over the past week, he tipped seven of them at an average winning price of $10.50.
This resulted in a profit of $3,450 if you followed WAonly1's tips with $100 bets, or 88% POT.
Having now found a profit from his past three tipping days, plenty of punters are sure to be on this pro's next selections.
The third highest profit was secured by none other than Michael Gannon, long-time expert tipster at theGreatTipOff.com.
Gannon was airborne last week, after he found his followers 10 winners at a cracking strike rate of 37%, and a solid average price of $5.21.
This generated a cash profit of $2,510 and 93% POT.
Some of the highlights included The Lifeline at Sandown last Wednesday paying $18.90, and Silent Roar at The Valley on Saturday saluting at $7.60.
Some of Gannon's tidy work
Putting his stats to the side for a second, the great thing about Gannon's tips is that you can read his reasoning behind most of his selections for free in his best bets articles each week.
But now onto the race callers who showed that they're as good a judge as any when it comes to tipping a horse.
Terry Bailey and Matt Hill have been the voices of Victorian racing for some time now.
Their high-quality race calling has made them popular among punters, but it was their form analysis that earnt them extra favour this week.
Looking at Bailey first, and he found eight winners at a strike rate of 44%.
This secured a 121% POT for his followers, and a cash profit of more than $2K.
Bailey has also found a profit in 7 of his previous 10 tipping days.
Terry Bailey's hot tipping form
Now that's consistency.
Matt Hill meanwhile steered his followers into six winners at a good average price of $5.62.
His 98% POT is super impressive, while he picked up a handy cash profit of $1,670.
There's no doubt that RSN would be over the moon with the tipping success of their two flagship race callers.