The media experts are up and about after putting in a dominant display on the weekly leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT).
They claimed 6 of the top 10 spots, posting some mammoth returns in the process.
Best racing tipsters this week
Leading the pack with a thumping 567% POT was none other than Racing.com's Jason Richardson.
The exuberant Get On host and racing presenter cleaned up at Flemington on Saturday.
He jagged 4 winners at headquarters, including $35.70 roughie Unique Artist in Race 6.
Richo flies high at Flemington
Richo never shies away from tipping horses at a big price, and this bravery paid off on what was a difficult day for favourite backers.
All up, Richo's 4 winners greeted the judge at an average price of $11.68, and a sensational strike rate of 57%.
He'll surely be dining out on this effort for weeks to come.
Next over the line thanks to a monster 369% POT was Victorian race caller Brendan Delaney.
Delaney calls and tips across all three codes of racing, but it's his recent horse racing efforts that have made people sit up and pay attention.
The RSN tipster claimed one of the highest honours for racing tipsters on Sunday. He tipped the card.
Delaney went seven from seven at Ballarat - a haul that included $14.50 pop Jennevee in Race 6.
Brandan Delaney tips the card at Ballarat
This incredible effort saw the caller clock off with not just a massive POT, but also the all-important 100% strike rate.
If that wasn't enough, then Delaney is also boasting a three-month profit streak with his horse racing selections.
The next media expert to do some damage was form analyst for SEN Cody Lane.
The racing journo found stacks of value at Saturday's Rosehill meet, bagging 2 winners from 6 tips including $18 hope Magic Ruler.
Unsurprisingly, this effort generated a whopping 295% POT.
On top of that, Lane is now showing a three week winning streak at all tracks.
Expect his next tips to be very popular.
Cody Lane has strung together 3 winning weeks on the bounce
The final media expert to earn a mention is Telegraph Racing's Nathan Exelby.
The Brisbane expert and racing journalist did some of his best work of the Winter Carnival at Ipswich on Saturday.
Exelby found 3 winners on the program including $21 pop Bayerische in the first.
Punters who followed his tips with even stake walked away with a very healthy 176% POT.
Justin Boccardo was one of the punters who fired this week, after he recorded a fat 207% POT.
The Perth local is also one of our resident WA tipsters, and looking at his results this week, it's not hard to see why.
Boccardo bagged 5 winners out west, at a juicy average price of $7.36 and a superb strike rate of 42%.
This drove $2,480 in cash profit for anyone who followed Boccardo's tips with $100 bets.
And given he's showing a two-month profit streak at all tracks, some punters might be doing exactly that in the coming weeks.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Firing on the harness racing leaderboard was none other than the voice of trots racing in Victoria, Craig Rail.
The race caller nailed 6 winners at a strike rate of 43% and an average price of $6.13.
These terrific numbers led to a meaty 163% POT for Rail's followers.
Rail is also showing an impressive tipping streak, having now dished up four winning days on the trot.
Craig Rail is seeing them well
Flicking over to the greyhound leaderboard and it was fellow race caller Rod Fuller who had the best of it.
Fuller had a fill-up at Taree on Wednesday, after finding 6 of the 11 winners on the card.
They got up at a handsome average price just shy of the $6 mark, to drive a bumper 225% POT.
The SKY Racing caller can expect his next greyhound tips to be very popular after this showing.