SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
Brett Moody (QLD)
|$1,700 cash profit, 189% POT
Josh Fleming (QLD)
|$860 cash profit, 34% POT
Kris Warren (WA)
|$770 cash profit, 96% POT
Dylan Bairstow (NT)
|$530 cash profit, 76% POT
Paul Joice (NSW)
|$480 cash profit, 32% POT
Kicking away at the top of the SKY Racing leaderboard this week was Queensland caller Brett Moody.
Cousin of Victorian trainer Peter, Brett is the latest member of the Moody clan to make waves in Australian racing.
Not only did he have an enormous week, but he cemented an impressive recent record.
Brett has now found a profit for his followers five meetings on the trot.
And his latest effort was something to behold, delivering a 189% Profit on Turnover (POT) after jagging 6 of the 9 winners at Saturday's Dalby meet.
Punters will be hoping he can make it six straight next time.
It was another Queensland caller who was next over the line, after Josh Fleming tipped with precision.
One of Brisbane's flagship callers, Fleming found 11 winners at a super strike rate of 44%.
This meant $860 in cash profit for everyone who followed Fleming's tips with $100 bets.
And with almost $2k in cash profit over the past 90 days, Fleming is showing the sort of consistency that punters love.
Rounding out the podium was West Australian form judge Kris Warren.
This bloke is all over the Kalgoorlie racing scene, this week adding another $770 in cash profit to his growing total.
Warren is now showing $1,780 in cash profit from all his Kalgoorlie tips over the past 180 days.
Warren's followers would argue that he's worth his weight in gold.
From Kalgoorlie we head up to Alice Springs, where Dylan Bairstow continues to impress.
The race caller for the Red Centre found a trio of winners on Saturday, including his best bet Henry Lad.
That generated a juicy 76% POT, and $530 in cash profit.
But it's Bairstow's consistency that's really the main talking point.
He's now found a profit six months on the bounce.
Dylan Bairstow is flying!
The last cab off the rank this week is none other than Paul Joice.
One of Sydney's premier form analysts, Joice steered his followers into $480 in cash profit.
He nabbed 5 winners, including Classique Legend at Randwick on Saturday, and $6.70 best bet Kirwin's Lane at Canterbury on Wednesday.
Punters will sticking with Joice all throughout the Sydney Spring Carnival.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Brad Davidson (NSW)
$2,010 cash profit, 106% POT (90 days)
This Saturday we're back to Rosehill for the Golden Rose, where Rothfire is the heavy favourite to get the job done.
But with plenty of star horses in the field, it'll be interesting to see who Brad Davidson tips.
That's because Davo is the in-form tipster at Rosehill.
Over the past 90 days, he's tipped a select 19 horses, 8 of which have greeted the judge.
Coming at a fat average price of almost $5, Davo certainly isn't afraid for going for a bit of value.
And having already delivered more than two grand in cash profit over this period, punters are sure to be launching into his Saturday selections.
Also faring extremely well over the past three months is South Australian race caller Brett Davis.
He's sitting pretty at the top of the 90-day leaderboard, after his tips have generated $3,460 in cash profit.
A phenomenal effort considering that Davis has tipped no less than 278 horses in this time.
Davis has also recorded a profit in four of the past five weeks, demonstrating the kind of form he's in.
And with his 72 winners coming at not just Morphettville, but just about every track in South Australia, Davis has to be your go-to tipster for any meet across the state.
Brett Davis' impressive 90 day stats
Tony Brassel Tips
Tony Brassel put in one of his best weekly performances of late, delivering no less than 17 winners for his loyal followers.
His biggest inroads came at Canterbury on Wednesday, where he bagged $5.90 winner Relucent, as well as his top value bet, $6.70 shot Kirwin's Lane.
Winners like these are a great sign heading into Saturday, with Bras looking poised to have a huge day.