Horse Racing tipster of the week
The tipsters who had the most success this week were the ones who were able to jag a bit of value.
We saw this across both the pro punters and media experts, who both steered their followers into some fat winners.
Top 10 horse racing tipsters of the week
First up is SKY Racing caller James Tait, who must have had one of his best individual performances on record.
Tait was all over last Sunday's Gundagai meet, bagging 4 of the 7 winners including $21 shot Foxlike.
This tremendous tipping drove a whopping 337% Profit on Turnover (POT).
On top of that, it also shored up Tait's 180 day tipping stats. He's now showing $2,880 in cash profit from 116 $100 win bets.
Cracking consistency from one of NSW's best race callers.
James Tait breaks the bookies at Gundagai
The next highest profit on turnover was delivered by veteran pro punter Danzak.
This Victorian has been entering his tips at theGreatTipOff.com for almost a decade. But what he's been dishing up of late would have to shape up as career-best form.
Danzak saw 3 of his tips salute over the past week, at a mind-blowing average price of $29.47.
This generated a monster 321% POT, or $6,740 in cash profit if you followed Danzak's 21 tips with $100 win bets.
And he probably did have a fair few followers considering his recent form.
Danzak has now landed a profit in 8 of his past 10 tipping weeks.
Danzak has had a good time of it in recent months
Another Victorian pro punter also made waves this week, with MiltonRash tipping up a storm.
And like the others, MiltonRash's success was down to the value he got a hold of.
His handful of winning tips included Austin Raider, that was an unpopular result for most in the last at Morphettville on Saturday.
But certainly not for this pro, who tipped the rank outsider that greeted the judge at $76.80 odds.
MiltonRash steers punters into one at big odds
This big winner helped drive a 252% POT for MiltonRash.
It also bumped his 180 day cash profit up to $7,400 -- a terrific result considering that he's placed almost 700 tips in this time.
Punters will be keeping their eye on MiltonRash's tips after this effort.
Lastly, Matt Coxall from OzRace deserves a shout-out for his impressive tipping.
The WA form analyst fired at Belmont on Saturday, nabbing two winners on what was a tough card.
The definite standout selection was Denim Pack, that got home at $27.40 odds in the penultimate race.
It's a brave move from a media tipster to stick their neck out and tip a roughie like this.
This bravery paid off for Coxall, who delivered a 222% POT for his followers.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
If you think the horse racing tipsters found some good value, think again.
That's because popular punter LuckyStar put in arguably the best weekly performance all year with her harness tips.
She finished the week with a simply ridiculous 1,005% POT.
It's not often someone cracks the four-digit barrier with their weekly profit on turnover.
So how did she do it?
Last Tuesday, LuckyStar produced one of the tips of the decade at Albion Park, bagging Our Friend in Race 8.
This trotter got home at the not-so-small odds of $165.30.
LuckyStar bags one at eye watering odds
If that wasn't enough, LuckyStar also tipped a $76.40 winner at Mohawk on Sunday.
What a performance.
Finishing up with the dogs, and race caller Kel O'Rourke continued his fine form.
The SKY Racing man registered his sixth consecutive weekly profit, after finding no less than 17 winners over the past seven days.
These 17 winners got home at a terrific strike rate of 57%, in what was a superb show of consistency from O'Rourke.
Combine that with his extended form, and O'Rourke is flying.
Kel O'Rourke is on fire