The punters really impressed this week, with seven of their mob filling the top ten on the Profit on Turnover leaderboard.
But it was a media expert who climbed his way to the summit, after an outrageous display of tipping at Flemington on Saturday.
Best horse racing tipsters of the week
That performance was dished up by SEN's Hugh Fitzpatrick, who shot the lights out at headquarters.
Fresh off fellow SEN analyst Cody Lane's heroics in the month of June, Fitzpatrick jagged 5 of the 9 winners on the card at a mouth-watering average price of $11.44.
Remarkably, this included both of the young journo's best bets, one of which was $45 roughie Mongolian Marshal in the Winter Championship Final.
Hugh Fitzpatrick fills-up at Flemington
Under even stake conditions, Fitzpatrick's tips drove a thumping 536% POT.
But when factoring in actual stake conditions where we double the stake for best bets, and his POT hits the dizzying heights of 861%.
It really doesn't get much better than that.
Next best was Tasmanian punter Samuel2, after he recorded a bumper POT of his own.
This bloke was all over Sunday's Hobart meet, finding 3 winners at a huge average price of $11.43.
The highlight was $20 pop Brew Horse, who proved too good for them in Race 2.
Samuel2's Hobart haul resulted in a whopping 329% POT.
His next Tassie tips are sure to be looked at by punters.
Speaking of Tassie tipsters, Adam Williams from Best Bets rounded out the podium.
The form judge also fired on Sunday's Hobart card, steering his followers into 4 of the day's victors.
This included $20 hope Brew Horse, in what was a cracking way to start his run of winners.
Adam Williams hits the bookies for 6 in Hobart
Everyone who followed Williams' horse racing tips with even stake ended up with a fat 259% POT.
There was plenty of value up for grabs this week and cashing in was popular punter Doctorevil.
The North Queenslander's 3 winners greeted the judge at a mind-boggling average price of $19.80.
They also saluted at a handy enough strike rate of 16% to generate a fat 213% POT.
Looking at Doctorevil's career stats, and you can see he's had no trouble finding the roughies.
Since 2011, an incredible 24% of Doctorevil's winning tips have started at odds of $12 plus, and his average winner price is a very healthy $10.
No wonder he's one of the site's more popular punters.
Impressive tipping stats from Doctorevil
Remaining in North Queensland, because Townsville's Tony Wode also had a week to remember.
The caller for SKY Racing bagged 3 of the 6 winners at his home track last Tuesday.
They got up at a meaty average price of $5 to drive a 150% POT.
If you're hunting some Townsville tips, Tony Wode has to be the first port of call.
Harness and Greyhound tipster of the week
Kicking off with the trots and it was pro punter Dane Thorogood who came out on top.
The Bathurst local bagged 3 winners from just 6 tips including $12 pop Pilch at his home track.
This combination of value and accuracy resulted in a ripping 190% POT for Thorogood.
But it's his extended stats that'll really interest punters.
That's because Thorogood is now boasting a three-month profit streak at all tracks.
Definitely someone to keep tabs on.
Dane Thorogood is seeing them well
A pro punter also fared best on the greyhound leaderboard, after steering his followers into a 143% POT.
That honour fell to Thegrimreaper, after he snared 3 winners at a strike rate of 50% and an average price of $4.87.
With the pro punters, you've always got to look at their extended stats.
Thegrimreaper has now dished up 3 winning days on the bounce.
Plenty will be keen to see him keep this streak rolling.