After they put on a masterclass last week, the media experts continued the good form with some big performances across the board.
They were well represented on the weekly leaderboard for Profit on Turnover (POT), taking out four of the top six spots and nailing plenty of their best bets.
Best horse racing tipsters of the week
As good as the media judges went, it was a punter by the name of Isatheo who led the way.
The Adelaide hills resident jagged 6 winners at a cracking strike rate of 38% and a mammoth average price of $13.18.
The definite highlight was $60 pop Plymouth Road that saluted in Race 8 at Moe on Thursday.
Isatheo reels in a whale at Moe
With tips like this, it's no wonder this bloke clocked off with a ladder-leading 394% POT.
But just as impressive is his recent form, with Isatheo now boasting a three-week tipping streak at all tracks.
Onto the media experts and it was none other than Tony Rickards who had the best of it.
We're starting to lose count of how many times the Winning Post man has cropped up in this article over the years.
This time he had a fill-up at Caulfield on Saturday, finding 3 winners including best bet and $20.50 shot Ballet Master in Race 4.
Rickards goes big at The Heath
Punters who followed his tips with an even stake walked away with a fat 220% POT.
But anyone who doubled their stake on Rickards' best bets cashed in to the tune of a 348% POT.
It doesn't get much better than that.
Also breaking the bookies' bank was WA race caller and host of OneOutOneBack, Matt Young.
The Sandgroper delivered the goods up at Broome on Sunday.
He tipped 2 winners on the card at a meaty average price of $9.35 to drive a 167% POT for his followers.
The SKY Racing tipster will have plenty more fans after this showing.
Next up is Super Racing's Brad Davies, who also found stacks of value for his fans.
The NSW analyst bagged just the one winner, but he sure made it count.
The winning tip was Soami, that greeted the judge at $15.50 odds at Kembla on Saturday.
Because there were only six races on the card, this winner resulted in a bumper 158% POT for Davies.
Featuring in the article for the second week on the trot is SEN form judge Cody Lane.
After another impressive showing at Rosehill, Lane notched up his fourth consecutive winning week.
Cody Lane is flying
His Rosehill winners included $8.90 hope Patino Ruby in the first, and $7.30 shot Meg in Race 5.
All up, his 3 winning tips generated a juicy 130% POT.
Harness and Greyhound tipsters of the week
Kicking off with the trots and it was freelance form expert Jamie Cockshutt who fared best.
The Tasmanian bagged 2 of his 5 tips at Hobart on Sunday, at a solid average price of $4.15.
This combination of accuracy and value resulted in a solid 66% POT.
And in what was a tricky week for trots punters, this was a very handy return.
The greyhound tipsters had a bit more success, and it was Kiwi Mark Roso who finished on top of the pile.
The racing broadcaster tipped with phenomenal accuracy, after landing 8 of the 12 winners at Hatrick on Friday.
As well as the incredible 67% strike rate, this tips got home at a fat average price of $4.05.
This meant a whopping 170% POT for Roso's followers.
Mark Roso is fling over the ditch