Diamond Racing racehorse syndicates was formed in June 1994 with the ambition of bringing both genuine racehorse ownership and professional betting expertise to the racing enthusiast. We are now one of the longest established racing syndicates in the UK and Europe and developed the slogan:
Diamond Racing racehorse syndicates felt getting involved in racing as an owner was out of reach for many people when it didn’t need to be. Racing Clubs were too impersonal and did not offer enough involvement, whilst many partnerships were too costly to get involved with or run by organisations that were financially unsound. Diamond Racing was the first organisation to bring the affordable syndicate concept to racehorse owners. Diamond Racing’s fine reputation is based on loyalty, integrity and honesty in all their dealings.
Over twenty years on and Diamond Racing racehorse syndicates have become a force in racing to be respected. With the famous green and black colours visiting the winner’s enclosure on 201 occasions and having 500+ placed horses, Diamond Racing have proved they are here to stay!
The team and the owners have enjoyed many famous successes including: Diamond Max winning a Listed race at Longchamp and Diamond Joshua finishing third in the Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. Other Black type and pattern successes were spread amongst them with the latest occurring in December 2014 when The Wallace Line finished 3rd in the Grade 1 hurdle at Chepstow on Welsh National Day.
2006 saw two milestones for Diamond Racing racehorse syndicate when they had their 100th winner with Ionian Spring, and finished a remarkable 10th in the owners table for number of winners on the flat. 23 winners in the year put them up alongside names as Godolphin in the top ten rankings.
Over the years Diamond Racing racehorse syndicate has built up a strong social base, with owners traveling together to racecourses all over the UK and abroad. Owners have been able to watch their horses run all over Europe including Rome, Malmo, Mijas, Longchamp, St Cloud and Craon.