Double The Pro | A New Duo on the Rise

Double The Pro, a 2014 chestnut gelding, produced 36 starts for five wins, six seconds and nine thirds earning his connections $109,747. The Proart progeny accumulated four of his five race wins in regional areas, including Narrogin, Northam and Kalgoorlie with three of those wins under trainer Peter Fernie. After retiring in mid-2021, Double The […]

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Light Up the Day | A Bright Future for a New Partnership

Light Up the Day commenced her racing career in Perth with trainer Colin Webster before heading to the country to race. In late 2017, the Scandal Keeper (USA) progeny travelled to Esperance to race under trainer Helen Harding. The striking chestnut mare later retired in 2018 having earned her connections $6,655 from 20 starts, including […]

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Chillie Storm | A Thunderous Start for a New Combination

Chillie Storm, a 2012 bay gelding by Red Hot Choice, had 39 combined starts under trainer Roy Rogers and later Garry Delane. During his racing career, Chillie Storm produced two wins, two seconds and one third earning his connections $89,100. Chillie Storm, known as Steelo to his friends, first caught Bethany’s eye during her time […]

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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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Bullionaire | A Character With a Heart of Gold.

Bullionaire, by USA stallion Made of Gold was trained by Ted Martinovich for his only start in 2003 where he placed 10 from 11, trailing the leader by 25.5 lengths (approximately 61m). Ted was presenting a horse to the equine vets at Murdoch Veterinary Hospital in 2003 when he mentioned the troublesome two-year-old, Bullionaire. One […]

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Enapay | Native American for “Brave”; This Gelding Lives Up to His Name

Enapay, a 2007 Show a Heart gelding had four starts for one win and two seconds in Victoria under trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior before retiring in June 2011. Event rider Cindy Lyall had been looking for Show a Heart progeny after the success of Joello (GI Joe) who was by the group […]

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Bad Round NZ | Good Things Do Come in Small Packages!

Bad Round NZ, a 2012 foal out of USA sire Badlands Hanover began his racing career in New Zealand where he had two starts with trainer and breeder Terry McDonald. He was purchased by Lyn Fitzpatrick in late 2015 and travelled to New South Wales to be trained by Lyn’s son, Blake. Under Blake Bad […]

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Bass Strait (NZ) | Smooth Sailing into Group Three Winner’s New Career.

Bass Strait, a 2009 New Zealand-born gelding by Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) raced his first 23 starts under Victorian trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig between 2011 and September 2014. His Victorian career included placing second in the 2013 group three Coongy Handicap, and third in the 2014 Golden Mile. In October 2014 Bass Strait […]

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Ajay is collecting all the rosettes and ribbons!

Goandcullect, by Gotta Go Cullect and from Parsons Den USA mare Keroshelle was trained by Ian Mulchay from his first start in December 2014 to his last in March 2019. Goandcullect, better known as Ajay, retired with 66 starts including four wins, two seconds and three thirds, earning $26,065. Two months prior to Ajay’s last […]

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Super Exceed | Vale Super; Talented Gelding Gone Too Soon

Super Exceed a 2013 gelding by Exceed and Excel from Raboob had nine starts for one second and two thirds, earning $6,545 before retiring in 2018. He began his career with trainer Jim Taylor, before racing in Geraldton with Ron Cowl Junior for four starts, and then returning to Jim for his last start. Isabelle […]

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