Lost East Estees | WA Diamond Ready to Shine in Victoria

A 2009 Medal of Honor gelding, Lost East Estees raced under trainer and breeder Glenys Leeson before retiring in 2013 after nine starts and no placings. Lost East Estees first home off the track was with Michelle Barkley who started on the gelding’s flatwork education but found they did not click as a pair. In […]

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Out of Line & Riley Lyall | Off the Track and Young Rider are a Winning Combination

Off the Track WA is excited to announce our sponsorship of off the track combination Out of Line and Riley Lyall for their Victorian campaign. Out of Line, by the popular stallion Blackfriars, had a relatively short racing career of nine starts over two years earning $11,600. The 2013 gelding had his first five starts […]

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Madamchino & Tessa Sharman | Competitive Pair Heading to Victoria

Off the Track WA is proud to announce the sponsorship of eventers Tessa Sharman and Madamchino in support of their Victorian campaign. The pair will be competing in the CCI2* Long class sponsored by Off the Track at the Melbourne International Three Day Event held from 9-13 June 2022 at Werribee Park. Madamchino, by Maschino […]

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Jessie and Truie - Jordyn Colleran - 2021 State SJ Champs

Truie and Jessie Davis | Off the Track Show Jumper’s Sights Turned Eastward

Update: Due to the updated WA border closure announced on Friday 21 January Truie and Jessie are no longer travelling to Victoria. While we regret that they will no longer be representing West Australian off the track horses interstate we wish them success in their WA competition season. Off the Track WA is proud to […]

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OTTWA & EWA ANNOUNCE 2021-22 CLINIC SEASON

Excellent opportunities are on offer for horses and riders across Western Australia to benefit from the expertise and experience of Equestrian Australia-approved coaches in the year ahead. Off the Track WA (OTTWA) in partnership with Equestrian Western Australia (EWA) are excited to announce an extensive list of OTTWA clinic dates for the 2021 to 2022 […]

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OTTWA Sponsored Event Competitor Survey

Have you competed in or been aware of an event sponsored by OTTWA? We would love to learn more about competitors’ experiences with OTTWA sponsorship and its impact on the profile of off the track standardbreds and thoroughbreds. Your feedback will help us shape our sponsorship of future events!   Pictured: Emprador and Ferne Faulkner

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OFF THE TRACK WA RETRAINING PROGRAM EXPANDS

Racing and Wagering Western Australia’s (RWWA) Off the Track WA (OTTWA) Retraining Program is set to increase its capacity for the retraining and rehoming of the State’s retired racehorses by 50 per cent. The OTTWA Retraining Program was first launched as a pilot in September 2020 and following its success RWWA has expanded the program […]

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Off the Track WA Esperance Clinic Postponed 

Off the Track WA (OTTWA) advises that due to the WA Government restrictions in response to COVID-19 and the current uncertainty surrounding changes to these restrictions, the OTTWA Clinic scheduled for May 1 and 2 at the Esperance Equestrian Centre has been postponed.  OTTWA acknowledges the significant support of the planned clinic shown by both the off the track and racing communities of Esperance. We are committed to […]

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OTTWA SPONSORED EVENT WRAP UP | March 2021

Off the Track WA was proud to sponsor 20 equestrian events across March 2021. These sponsored events saw nearly 400 entries from 337 individual retired racehorses who competed disciplines including Harness Driving, Pentathlons and Show Horse. Local clubs and organisations from Albany to Geraldton and everywhere in between welcomed retired racehorses to their events. Six […]

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OTTWA Twilight Metro Clinic Cancelled

Equestrian Western Australia (EWA) and Off the Track WA (OTTWA) have made the decision to cancel the first OTTWA metropolitan educational clinic of 2021. The multi-disciplinary clinic, originally planned for 6 and 7 February, was rescheduled to 14 February. However, given the uncertainty around the COVID-19 restrictions and the impacts of the Wooroloo bushfire, the […]

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