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Damian Deguara

Damian Deguara is editor in chief at theGreatTipOff.com. He is one of the founders of our site and has a strong passion for racing. He loves a Saturday on the punt and especially enjoys the Spring Carnival.

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Michael Manley

Twitter: @MichaelManley_1

Michael Manley has been a jornalist, commentator and form analyst in the horse racing industry for decades. Serving the News Limited press for most of his career, Manley became a familiar face amongst punters scowering through the Herald Sun Melbourne form guide.

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Michael Gannon

Twitter: @M_Gannon

An avid racing and NRL fan, Michael is a long-time punter who enjoys the challenge of unearthing value buried within betting markets.

Having played as a tour professional on the Australian and Asian golf circuit, Michael knows a thing or two about performing under pressure and he calls on this experience when steering punters into winners.

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Rick Morris

Twitter: @RICKMORRIS3

Rick Morris is an experienced racing analyst, with a sharp eye for finding a winner.

Residing in Melbourne, Rick keeps a close eye on the Victorian racing scene as well as metropolitan Queensland racing.

He's also big AFL fan, having spent close to 20 years commentating the NAB League under 19's competition.

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James Beeson

Twitter: @JimmyBeeson4

James is GTO's resident racing analyst, having developed a love for the sport of kings since a young age.

He has extensive experience in the wagering industry and in recent years has gained exposure to the breeding side of racing.

This experience coupled with his acute ability to analyse form, allows James to provide unique insights to punters.

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Alex Christodoulou

Twitter: @AlexChristodo11

Alex is GTO's resident numbers man, an encyclopedia of Aussie Racing history and stats.

Blessed with a numerical mind, Alex has a passion for identifying trends and patterns within betting markets, always on the lookout for opportunities to fill punters' wallets.

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Ben Beare

Twitter: @BensRacingTips

Ben has two passions in life, Horse Racing and AFL. He doesn’t miss a Richmond game after being sucked in at an early age by his Nan, who is a crazy Tiger supporter.

At the early age of 9, Ben took an interest in thoroughbred racing. He has fond memories of spending Saturday afternoons watching the ponies with his pop, a long-time punter himself.

His love affair with ‘the great game’ grew from there, and now most days are spent doing the form.

Ben has particular talent for identifying horses coming through jump outs & trials, spending hours each day watching New South Wales and Victorian trials.

Before he became an expert professional form analyst, he spent the good part of a decade at his local TAB.

Together with his work at Expertform, doing the data entry for video comments, the Victorian racing fan was in up to his nose.

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Sze Ngo Woo

Twitter: @ChareneWoo

Charene Woo is a form analyst and commentator for Hong Kong racing.

Horse racing is in her blood, with her grandparents having worked as a bookmaker and her father and mother keen racing enthusiasts,

As a Hong Kong resident, Charene keeps a close eye on the local racing scene following the weekly meetings at the two key tracks: Sha Tin and Happy Valley.

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Luke Hovhanesian

Twitter: @LHovhanesian

Luke is a valued member of theGreatTipOff.com digital media team. He's regularly giving staff good mail in the office!

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Justin Boccardo

Twitter: @justin_boccardo

Justin has a strong knowledge of WA provincial and metropolitan tracks and thoroughbreds. He limits his focus to this area of racing as his experience has indicated that it is more predictable. Justin's analysis identifies trends in runners and applies speed maps and sectional data to find his winners. He assesses markets and looks for value runners to back.

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Dean Watling

Twitter: @deanwatling

Residing in the south coast of NSW, Dean concentrates on the Sydney racing scene and also loves his rugby league.

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Adrian Sciglitano

Twitter: @adrianscig

Adrian focuses on NSW metropolitan racing, having worked as a form analyst for over 5 years.