A handful of SKY Racing's heavy hitters stood up this week, and steered their followers into some handy profits.
Leading the way was premier Sydney race caller Darren Flindell, after his tips drove a bumper $1,590 in cash profit from $100 bets.
After modest return at Gosford on Saturday, Flindell headed into Wedensday's Warwick Farm meet looking to bounce back.
And didn't he ever, bagging two fat winners, Cadenabbia at $9.60 odds and $20 pop Zegalo in the last.
Darren Flindell went home on a high on Wednesday
The Waller import was first up off a spell, but Flindell recognised that it was the class runner in the race.
Even more impressive than jagging this long shot is Flindell's recent record at the Farm.
He's now boasting a phenomenal 319% Profit on Turnover (POT) at the Western Sydney track over the last 30 days. Wow.
Coming home next was veteran form judge Gary Kliese.
In last week's article we gave Kliese a huge push as the tipster who's flying in the SKY stable.
We hope you jumped on his latest tips, because the former jockey found 9 winners this week, at a superb strike rate of 41%.
Punters who followed all of Kliese's tips with $100 bets ended up $1,110 in the black.
And given he's showing a four-month profit streak at all tracks, punters will surely be sticking fat.
Michael Charge bagged the bronze thanks to a typically strong tipping display up in North Queensland.
The popular presenter and form analyst had particular success with his best bets.
Two of them saluted including $8.10 pop Wren Plucked in the last at Mackay.
Factor in a double stake for these top picks, and Chargey clocked off with a hefty 79% POT.
His next tips are sure to attract plenty of attention.
Albany race caller Craig Morrison was next over the line, after another accomplished tipping display on his home deck.
Morrison bagged 5 of the 8 winners on Friday's card, at a solid average price of $3.08.
This generated a whopping 93% POT for Morrison, who's clearly the tipster you want to be following at Albany.
He's now showing a four-month winning streak at the track. Phenomenal stuff.
Last but certainly not least is Lizzie Jelfs, whose mounting yard tips have driven a 79% POT over the past seven days.
If there's a tipster who's not afraid of going for a bit of value, it's Jelfs, who once again dished up a long-shot winner.
It came in the fourth at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, where Jelfs put Accelerato on top.
The sprinter from the Joe Pride yard flew down the outside to get up at $12.50 odds.
She also jagged 2 winners at Gosford's Saturday standalone meeting.
Just another reason why it pays to listen to Lizzie's mounting yard analysis.
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The Brisbane Winter Carnival is finally upon us, with Doomben hosting the Group 1 Doomben 10,000 on Saturday.
And after coronavirus got in the way of Brisbane's Winter Carnival last year, the city will be looking forward to welcoming back some feature racing.
While there are plenty of local contenders for a tipster to follow at Doomben, it's actually Tony Brassel who boasts the best extended stats at the track.
Bras has bagged a mind-blowing 92 Doomben winners over the past 365 days, at a strike rate of 33% and an average price of $3.42.
He's also ended up in front at each of the past four Doomben meets.
Punters will be looking to Bras to make it five straight on Saturday.
Some of SKY's tipsters have been hitting some red hot form of late and one of them is Chynna Marston.
The mounting yard presenter and analyst covers the racing scene in southern NSW, where she has earnt a name as one of the best judges of a horse going around.
This is reflected in her recent tip stats, with Marston recording $1,290 in cash profit over the past 30 days.
This is thanks to 18 of her tips greeting the judge at a strike rate of 40% and an average price of $3.22.
On top of that, Marston has also dished up three winning weeks on the trot.
She's clearly a tipster you want to be following at the moment.
Chynna is on a roll