Ready to join one of Australia’s hottest racehorse syndication and bloodstock management teams?

You don’t have to spend a fortune to get a good racehorse that will win races and provide plenty of excitement for owners.

Dalziel Racing prides itself in sourcing affordable horses through the guidance of bloodstock manager and famed racehorse trainer Peter Moody.

While some of the yearlings might be described as being modestly bought compared to the massive prices paid by the big boys, there is never a substitute for pedigree and type when we buy.

We look to buy winners and can purchase at any budget if a potential owner wants to seek out our expertise and knowledge at buying at the higher end of the market.

We also care about providing our syndicate members with racehorses bought for the right money to give owners a good return.

As of late January 2021, from our last 86 starters we had 20 winners and 24 placegetters – a very healthy strike rate of around 50 per cent of winners/placegetters to runners.

The residual value of some of the fillies we’ve purchased, raced and then sold as broodmares has been outstanding.

For a boutique team, our stats speak for themselves. Over 300 wins and over $15 million in prize money – and a strike rate that’s the envy of our industry.

Check out our Hall of Famers below for a snapshot of some of our successes.

“For a boutique team, our stats speak for themselves. Over 300 wins and over $15 million in prize money – and a strike rate that’s the envy of our industry.”

Wylie Dalziel

BRING ME THE MAID (Sebring x Maid For Me)

Bought for $105,000 at the 2013 Gold Coast Magic Millions, the daughter of Sebring raced 19 times for 3 wins and $785,000 in prizemoney.

She was a Group 2 winner and multiple stakes-placed mare who almost provided Dalziel Racing with their biggest success running third in the Group 1 Golden Slipper.

Bring Me The Maid was sold for $900,000 at the Magic Millions Broodmare Sale.

CATCH A FIRE (Sebring x Polska)

Catch A Fire, the daughter of Sebring raced 19 times, for three wins – one of which was the Group 2 Angus Armanasco Stakes – and five placings for $248,560 in stakes. Not bad results for a $40,000 purchase out of the Magic Millions sale ring in January 2014.

After a short but successful racing career Catch A Fire was sold for $950,000 as a broodmare through the same sale ring she was purchased in three years earlier.

HARLOW GOLD (Tavistock x Belongs In Lights)

Purchased at the NZ Karaka Sales Harlow Gold was a 2-time winner and dual Group 1 placed daughter of Tavistock.

The staying mare was placed in the VRC Oaks and Vinery Stakes before retiring with over $430,000 in prizemoney. She was then sold at the 2018 Magic Millions Broodmare sale for $600,000!

MISS WONDERLAND (Snitzel x Alice’s Smart)

The Group 3 placed daughter of Snitzel was a lightly raced mare who won over $160,000 on the race track before being sold as a broodmare for $250,000.

DEVIOUS MAID (Sebring x Maid For Me)

The sister to Golden Slipper placegetter Bring Me The Maid (Dalziel racing’s own!), who cost $110,000 at the same yearling sale as Catch A Fire in 2014 and won a Balaklava maiden from 11 starts before being sold at the Gold Coast Magic Millions Broodmare sale for $340,000.

MOSHE (Bel Esprit x Helsinge)

The brother to champion Black Caviar was found by Roy Higgins and Wylie Dalziel when the great mare was only beginning her journey that took her to world champion cult status.

The younger brother of Nelly raced five time for three wins before standing at stud in Victoria.

Moshe is the first yearling purchased by Dalziel Racing to stand at stud.

MR QUICKIE (Shamus Award x Special Favour)

Bought for now what is a modest $115,000 at the 2017 Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale, Mr Quickie is a dual Group 1 winner, having won the Queensland Derby and Toorak Handicap.

Now a five-year-old, Mr Quickie won the Toorak Handicap during his last campaign and is certain to add to the $1.7 million he has already amassed in his 25 starts -10 wins, five seconds and two thirds.

He was a runner in $5 million All Star Mile at The Valley in March, but bounced back at his next start by winning the Group 3 Victoria Handicap (1400m) at Caulfield.

OCEAN DEEP (Ocean Park x Haberdashery)

The daughter of popular New Zealand sire Ocean Park was bought as a yearling for $65,000 at the 2016 NZ Karaka Sales.

She won four races and had four seconds and one third from her 20 starts for prizemoney of more than $200,000. Three of her wins were at metropolitan tracks.

She was sold for $80,000 at the 2020 Gold Coast National Broodmare Sale and has since been covered by Prince of Dubai.

EARS THE BARMAN (Ghibellines x Ears Carol)

The city winning four-year-old is progressing nicely under Phillip Stokes at Pakenham.

Bought at 2018 Karaka Sales in Zealand, the four-year-old’s current prize money is just short of his $115,000 purchase price.

With three wins and three placings from his 12 starts, he is already a city winner and there should be more to come.

ROYAL PERFORMANCE (Camelot x Let’s Get Famous)

A $100,000 buy at the 2017 Karaka yearling sale, Royal Performance has developed into a handy stayer and a real country Cup’s horse having contested the Camperdown, Colac, Edenhope, Horsham, St Arnaud and Donald Cups.

He is a Colac Cup winner and has also been placed in the Camperdown and Horsham Cups.

He has been in the money nine of his 19 starts for $133,525 in prizemoney.

Royal Performance is currently spelling.

MR JOOBS (Hampton Court x Spun Sugar)

You don’t have to pay a fortune to get a winner and Mr Joobs is a great example of that theory.

Purchased for just $4500 at the 2019 Tasmanian Yearling Sale, the son of Hampton Court has so far had five starts for a win and a second to give the gelding nearly $40,000 in prizemoney. He is the first foal out of Tassie mare Spun Sugar (Hard Spun).