Racehorse Syndicator & Investor
Wylie Dalziel knows all too well about the racing bug.
Like so many in the racing industry, once you’re bitten it’s like being sent on a one-way journey that there’s no coming back from.
PETER Moody needs no introduction. As a master trainer he has carved his name in to racing folklore with two unique achievements that may never be challenged. The leading trainer guided the world’s highest-rated galloper Black Caviar to an extraordinary 25 wins, including an Australasian record of 15 Group 1 wins, in an undefeated career that earned her three Australian Racehorse of the year titles.
Phillip spent his very early years with his parents on a cattle station knocking about with his brothers before discovering his passion for horses. His father had always had a close affinity with horses and it wasn’t long before a young Phillip was in there helping his father break in and educate the stations young horses.
Ballarat’s hottest young talent joined Dalziel Racing in 2019. Mitch Freedman has always had racing in his blood.Freedman’s grandfather was a bookmaker and his father worked on the books as well and what this resulted in was Mitch Freedman grew up loving thoroughbreds.
Champion Jockey & Racing Icon (late)
Roy “The Professor” Higgins was born at Koondrook, a small town on the Victorian side of the Murray River, on June 5, 1938 and passed away peacefully on March 8, 2014. On August 22, 1953 Roy had his first ride on Cherry Girl at Deniliquin – it finished last.