Horse racing tipster of the week
The professional and regular punters were up and about, dominating the weekly leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT).
They snapped up 9 of the top 10 spots thanks to some incredible value tipping.
Best horse racing tipsters over the past week
Kicking away at the summit with a thumping 368% POT was pro punter Theeprofiler.
This Adelaide local tipped with a cracking combo of value and accuracy, after bagging 2 winners at an average price of $11.70 and a strike rate of 40%.
The highlight came at Theeprofiler's local track, in arguably Morphettville's highlight race of the year.
He got a hold of Savatoxl who scorched a talented sprint field in the Group 1 Goodwood, getting up at fat $20.80 odds.
And now boasting $4k in cash profit from 222 win bets over the past 365 days, Theeprofiler certainly deserves his pro status.
One to crow about at Morphettville
Securing the silver thanks to a whopping 211% POT was punter Dragons1.
While he may be a New South Welshman, it was up in Brisbane where he did all the damage.
On Saturday's Doomben card, Dragons1 bagged 4 winners including $23 pop Glitter Strip in Race 3.
Dragons1's Doomben demolition job
All up, his 4 winners for the week saluted at an average price of $9.33 and a strike rate of 33%.
And now with a hot hand in Brisbane, Dragons1's horse racing tips will surely be fancied for the remainder of the Winter Carnival.
Popular Kiwi pro punter Bigrig13 rounded out the podium after his tips drove a bumper 171% POT.
This bloke has never been afraid for going for a bit of value, and this week showed once again why he's one of the best tipsters of roughies going around.
Bigrig13 bagged 2 winners across the ditch at a mouth-watering average price of $24.35.
This is hardly a fluke, and if you look at his all time tip stats, a whopping 81% of Bigrig13's winners have greeted the judge at odds greater than $12.
Bigrig knows how to find a roughie
On top of that, Bigrig13 is now boasting a three-month tipping streak.
The final punter to earn a mention is none other than Danzak.
One of the veterans here at theGreatTipOff, Danzak has been entering tips on the site for almost ten years.
This week he put in a performance to remember, after finding 9 winners at a huge average price of $12.24.
This generated a 116% POT, or no less than $5,920 in cash profit for everyone who followed Danzak's 51 tips with $100 bets.
The one media expert to make his mark on this week's leaderboard was Rob Testa from RSN.
The race caller usually focuses on the greyhound scene, but this time showed he's just as capable with the horses.
Testa tipped 3 of the 8 winners on Tuesday's Mornington card, including $13 hope Jungle Sensation in the last.
This drove a fat 118% POT for Testa's followers, who will now be hoping he covers the thoroughbreds more often.
And now with a three-week tipping streak at all tracks, Testa is sure to be popular no matter which code he's calling.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Kicking off with the trots and it was punter TassieBulldog who had the best of it.
This punter has exploded out of the barriers, having only joined the site in the past week.
That's right, after creating an account a few days ago, TassieBulldog is already top of the pile.
This was thanks to 5 winners at a superb strike rate of 42% and a meaty average price of $7.44.
Definitely someone to keep tabs on.
SKY Racing's Craig Evans was one of the star greyhound tipsters this week, after he dished up a 76% POT for his followers.
The race caller has a globally recognised voice, having been calling the Dubai World Cup since 2018.
But it's his greyhound calling and tipping that attracted attention this week, after he nabbed 9 winners across Bendigo and Ballarat.
They got up at an average price of $4.69, resulting in almost two grand in cash profit for everyone who followed Evans' tips with $100 bets.
And now with a 39% POT from all his tips over the past 30 days, Evans is showing some cracking consistency.
Craig Evans's exhibition at Ballarat