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Oz Racing

2019

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Joined Tipstars Jun 2019
Market Horse Racing
Membership costs £40 every 28 days
£85 every 90 days
(Last checked 25th July 2019)
Introductory offers First month or quarter at half-price
Average tips / month 89
Advised bank required 200
Average stake / bet 3.24
Normal delivery time Late afternoon/early evening for the following day
Normal delivery method Email
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Although operating prior to January 2019, this is the date that Oz Racing joined the Premium Sports Tipsters’ (PST) platform and the date from which PST record their historic results.

As the name suggests, this service run by “Ethan” focuses on Australian horse racing. The main driver of the marketing for this service being that you can place the bets before you go to bed and wake up in the morning to a profit.

The daily email arrives late afternoon/early evening for that night’s racing. Although tips can occur on any day, Sundays to Tuesdays are often “no bet” days. On average there are around 110 selections per month, but individual days with bets can vary from one or two selections to a dozen or more. The email is very straightforward, listing the track, the race number (widely used instead of a race time in Australia), the selection and its racecard number, the advised odds and the stake.

Staking is between one and six-points per selection, with the average stake being around 3.5 points. The majority of selections are straight win singles, although some picks are stated to win and to place (effectively each-way).

One point to note is that not all of the main bookmakers carry the Australian racing all of the time. Bet365, Bet Fred and Paddy Power/Betfair tend to provide regular coverage of the racing down under, whilst sites such as Sportsbet and Beteasy are worth noting.