Ozzy Racing is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is operated by trio, Mike, Wayne and Jason. They claim to be able to produce some incredibly substantial profits from one bet per day.
Introduction to Ozzy Racing
It shouldn’t be any surprise that at the time of writing, there are a lot of alternative tipster services coming out. Much of the UK and wider European sporting scene has shut down, and with it. Betting. None the less, there are certain bastions that remain where betting is very much an option. One such place is Australia, where at the time of writing, things are cracking on as normal.
And with a market very clearly remaining for horse racing, Ozzy Racing has emerged from the woodwork as a potential contender for your attention over the coming months. And seemingly, this is a definite winner with some incredible returns, despite a somewhat minimal stake. Honestly, Mike, Wayne, and Jason seemingly couldn’t have released this more poignantly if they tried.
So, with seemingly phenomenal timing and a system that is apparently almost perfect, I want to take a good hard look at Ozzy Racing. Not least of which is because whilst this certainly looks the part, I can’t help but have a healthy dose of cynicism as well.
What Does Ozzy Racing Offer?
So, what exactly are you getting into with Ozzy Racing? This is a question that to some degree doesn’t have a straightforward answer. Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t a difficult tipster service to follow by any stretch of the imagination. But it is also worth noting that it isn’t really a simple win bet thing either.
Perhaps the best place to start with Ozzy Racing is actually the bets that you will be placing. Well, I say bets. It would perhaps be as equally apt to simply say bet. It’s a bit complicated. You see, Ozzy Racing is based entirely around backing Australian horse racing on Yankee bets.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with this type of bet, it is a somewhat exotic accumulator that effectively involves placing 11 bets. There are 6 doubles, 4 trebles, and a four fold. It probably goes without saying that when these bets come in, they come in with massive wins. Which is exactly how Mike, Wayne, and Jason claim that they have made their profit.
What this means for you is that each day, you will receive four different selections. Inputting them as a Yankee bet isn’t a difficult thing with most modern bookmakers. In fact, if you are placing bets online, many of them come with their own calculators that show you what your expected returns are.
Now the nature of this bet type is exactly why it can be a little difficult to say exactly how many bets you are placing. Technically speaking, Mike, Wayne, and Jason are right when they say that you are placing just 1 bet per day with Ozzy Racing. But I always think that it is important with this kind of bet to examine the bigger picture a little to. It can be very important for context of profit if nothing else.
This rather nicely leads into the staking plan as well. Because just like with categorising a Yankee bet as one bet or eleven, you also have to think about the same thing with stakes. You see Mike, Wayne, and Jason talk a lot about the fact that you can stake just £11 per day with Ozzy Racing. But is that 1 point or 11? Again, it all matters when it comes to the profit and loss.
In terms of the logistical side of Ozzy Racing, there isn’t a massive amount to report. Whilst those Yankee bets definitely make it a little bit interesting, the way Mike, Wayne, and Jason run things is not. This is a very typical modern tipster service with one exception. The service only operates Monday through Friday with the occasional no tip day, although you do receive notification of this.
Fortunately, you can expect selections quite late in the day. Typically before 10pm. Whilst this does mean that you shouldn’t have any problems with this if you work a 9-5, you will be betting quite late in the day in Australia. Rather unfortunately, that does somewhat impact the odds that are available.
Now in theory, this shouldn’t matter with Ozzy Racing. The simple fact that you are betting on Yankee’s should still mean that the wins can be very substantial. However, if I were following this (and it’s a very big if), I would be wanting to maximise my profit potential for reasons that I will come to a little later on but are massively questionable.
Even putting that aside for a moment though, the fact of the matter is that Yankee’s don’t win often. So, in my book, you really should be making sure that you get the very best possible value where you can. You certainly don’t get any help from the Ozzy Racing team in this regard.
With this in mind, whilst you could simply follow Mike, Wayne, and Jason’s advice through any given bookmaker, I wouldn’t look to do so I feel like I say this all the time, but Oddschecker do a very good job of putting together Yankee bets and showing you where you can get the most value.
Which brings me to one of my final concerns when it comes to Ozzy Racing which is the strike rate. Now Mike, Wayne, and Jason are quite clear. They claim that the average strike rate for their Yankee bets over the last two weeks of 66.6%. Now I am hugely sceptical of this number for a few different reasons that I will explore. But it is important to keep in mind that you are unlikely to see these kinds of results yourself.
How Does Ozzy Racing Work?
Now one of the singularly most transparent problems with Ozzy Racing for me is the lack of information on the selection process. Mike, Wayne, and Jason seem to be quite content to tell you that it isn’t for you if you’re looking for a get rich quick scheme, expect winners every day, or aren’t willing to see it out for a month.
Honestly that is a very big ask in my opinion. I’m all for giving genuine tipsters a shot, but a genuine tipster will provide you with insight into how they find selections. They will talk about what their focus is. Sure, you don’t need a step by step breakdown, but it isn’t unreasonable to want enough information to make an informed decision.
In the case of Ozzy Racing, Mike, Wayne, and Jason just don’t provide that. There isn’t even any real proofing or evidence to back the claims up. And I point blank refuse to take those two weeks of betting slips they give as proof. First of all, I look at those betting slips and find them to be incredibly questionable. Secondly, even if they were genuine and above board, this could very easily be a cherry picked period. It is just a tiny data sample.
All of this means that you just can’t look at Ozzy Racing and get a reasonable gauge of what to expect from the future of the service. The only thing that you can really do is take the word of the same people who categorically stand to profit that it’s genuine. That just doesn’t make for a smart investment though.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to sign up to Ozzy Racing there is just one option available and honestly, it isn’t even one that offers particularly good value for money. Mike, Wayne, and Jason are asking a one time payment of £75 (plus VAT) in order to access their selections for 3 months. That is quite an initial outlay in my opinion, especially compared to the wider market.
Fortunately, this is being sold through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. At the very least, you can say this is reasonably well advertised in the sales material for Ozzy Racing.
What is the Rate of Return?
It is almost inevitable that the most important part of any tipster service is the profit and loss, and with Ozzy Racing it is a somewhat divisive topic for me. So, I will start with Mike, Wayne, and Jason’s claim that they have made £794.41 profit over 10 days of betting. This is based off staking £11 per day. This can be translated as a points profit of some 72.2 points using £11 as 1 point. Which is one hell of a result.
There is also a suggestion that these numbers are scalable as well. For example, Mike, Wayne, and Jason point out, if you were following Ozzy Racing to £5 stakes (or £55 daily), you would be £3,972.05 up in this same period. The problem here is that even if I did believe these results, they are not necessarily indicative of future results.
Conclusion for Ozzy Racing
There are two things which are always incredibly frustrating to me in a professional capacity when I look at certain types of tipsters. Firstly, I bloody hate when tipster services come out of the woodwork. For example, everyone is a football tipster come World Cup time. Or everyone knows National Hunt racing when it’s time for The Grand National.
What I have seen recently is a procession of “tipsters” coming out of the woodwork claiming to be experts in international horse racing, esports, and casino betting. All conveniently when most sports betting is banned.
The problem is that there isn’t a single one of them that is actually able to deliver on the claims that they make from what I have seen. Unfortunately, I don’t believe that Ozzy Racing will be any better. Even if I put aside some very well grounded doubts and believe everything that Mike, Wayne, and Jason say, I just don’t see how this is sustainable.
But here’s the thing. There isn’t actually a single shred of evidence that this works as claimed. Those winning bets seem highly questionable at best. I’ve said it before in other reviews and it bears repeating here too. Simply taking an interesting bet type does not a system make. And yet, that is what Mike, Wayne, and Jason are really asking you to buy into here.
Everything seems to hinge on the notion that somehow, simply backing bets as a Yankee is enough to warrant it existing as a tipster service. I can tell you from experience however that having an “interesting” approach to betting without a decent selection process is a recipe for disaster in my book. And in Ozzy Racing, I just don’t see that.
This is more than enough that for me to personally say that I’m out. However, I will also highlight the lack of evidence that exists. There just isn’t that much at all, and that is very much a problem. Any genuine tipster worth their salt will provide some fair and representative proofing. Here, Mike, Wayne, and Jason simply doesn’t.
And those things alone are enough to really put me off this. Sure, I can see how Ozzy Racing sounds appealing. But that is very much based on making certain assumptions about how genuine the service is. Without anything backing it up though, these assumptions are simply naïve to make.
Honestly though, I don’t really feel like I have to put those doubts aside, the fact of the matter is that the vendor who is selling Ozzy Racing is one that I am very familiar with. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with them for any particularly good reasons.
There have been a lot of tipster services which have been involved with the in the past. The fact that none of them are currently available should speak a lot about what you can probably expect from Ozzy Racing to. The answer of course being a tipster service that ultimately isn’t likely to be their much past the 60 day money back guarantee.
And it is that “nail in the coffin” that combines with the other elements to make for something that I just can’t recommend. If I put all of my cards on the table, I can’t help but feel like this is nothing more than a quick cash grab to try and get subscribers during the ongoing pandemic. And whilst I may be wrong about that, I don’t believe enough is done to convince me otherwise.