SKY Racing Tipster Weekly Wonders
It was SKY Racing's stable of callers who cleaned up this week, with three of their mob jostling it out at the top of the leaderboard.
Faring best was border-hopping caller Anthony Collins, after his tips generated a bumper $1,090 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
Collins focused his energy up in Queensland this week, finding 9 winners across the Gatton, Beaudesert and Toowoomba meets.
They got up at a superb strike rate of 39%, resulting in a 47% Profit on Turnover (POT).
And with Collins now showing three winning days on the trot, punters are sure to be all over his next horse racing tips.
Coming home next was popular former jockey John Scorse.
The race day presenter in southern NSW and the ACT covered three cards this week: Canberra, Goulburn and Albury.
Across these meets Scorsey bagged 10 winners at a phenomenal strike rate of 45%.
This resulted in a thumping $750 cash profit for everyone who followed Scorsey's tips with $100 bets.
And with a 17% POT from all his tips over the past 30 days, Scorse is in some cracking form.
We're staying put in NSW because one of the state's premier callers rounded out the podium.
That honour fell to Mitch Manners, after he steered his followers into $730 in cash profit.
Like Collins and Scorse, Manners also found winners at three separate meets. They included Gosford on Saturday and Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
But it was $14 pop Raptures that Manners bagged at Newcastle last Thursday that had punters singing his praises.
Look for him to keep this form rolling over the coming weeks.
David Fowler had yet another strong week on the punt, with his tips generating a fat 77% POT.
The energetic Brisbane caller has now featured in this article three weeks on the bounce.
This week he was all over Saturday's Doomben card, jagging 3 winners at a juicy average price of $5.30.
He's definitely one to follow through the Winter Carnival.
South Australian presenter and form judge Terry McAuliffe rounds out the weekly wonders, thanks to some impressive tipping.
McAuliffe bagged 3 of the 8 winners at Balaklava on Wednesday, at a meaty average price of $4.23.
Not only did this mean a 59% POT, but it extended McAuliffe's 180-day POT to 27%.
SKY Racing Tipster Track Experts
Saturday racing heads to Hawkesbury this week, with the Group 3 Hawkesbury Cup one of the highlights on what looks a ripping card.
Plenty of punters will be unfamiliar with the Hawkesbury track, which is why following a tipster with a proven record looks like a smart play.
And glancing at Gary Harley's record at Hawkesbury, you know you're in safe hands with his selections.
Gaz has bagged 14 winners at a terrific strike rate of 38% over the past 180 days at Hawkesbury.
This has led to a fat $840 in cash profit for everyone who followed Harley's Hawkesbury tips with $100 bets.
Plenty of punters will be doing exactly that on Saturday.
As we touched on a little earlier, Brisbane race caller David Fowler has been in some outstanding form of late.
As well as featuring as a weekly wonder in three consecutive articles, Fowler is also showing some bumper tip stats over the past 90 days.
In this period, the Queenslander has tipped a mind-blowing 74 winners, at a strike rate of 35% and an average price of $3.06.
This has led to $1,510 in cash profit, or a superb 7% POT - the second highest POT for SKY tipsters who have entered at least 100 tips in this 90-day period.
On top of that, Fowler is now boasting a five-day tipping streak at Doomben.
With the Brisbane Winter Carnival looming, Fowler's tips are sure to be popular.