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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Prescience | This gelding is the perfect formula!

Prescience, by Kyllachy (GB) and out of Clear Vision (GB) began racing in his country of birth, England under Trainer Richard Hannan. During his English racing career, the 2012 foal had six starts for two seconds and one third, earning £3,334.53 ($6,242.28 AUD).   Prescience made the trip to Australia in late 2015 where he […]

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It’s Judgment Day | We don’t need to deliberate on this gelding’s talents!

It’s Judgment Day, by Bahhare (USA) and out of Court Olea (NZ) began his racing career in New Zealand in 2005. The handsome bay had his first 23 starts under trainer Michael Grant, the majority of which were run in New Zealand before racing in Australia. In 2009, five starts into his Australian racing career […]

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Madamchino | A talented Eventing mare with big plans.

Madamchino, by Maschino and out of Danewin mare Madam Jewel, is showing the world her winning heritage on the Eventing circuit. Bred and raced by the Yuill family at Limerick Park, this 2015 mare quickly showed her heart wasn’t in racing with just four starts for no placings. Graham Yuill retired her in June 2019 […]

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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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Winning racehorse to winning Show Horse

Dino Mak’s racing career consisted of 31 starts for two wins, six seconds and four thirds, earning his connections $187,025 in prize money. 21 of these starts were under trainer Wally Mitchell and his last 10 were with Racquel Landridge. Mia Langridge first met Dino Mak, by Fastnet Rock and out of New Zealand mare […]

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RWWA PRESENTS MULTI-PURPOSE RACEHORSE WELFARE FACILITY

Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) today unveiled its multi-purpose racehorse welfare facility, the Off the Track WA (OTTWA) Estate, with the announcement that two of the first horses transitioning through its retraining program will be donated to HorsePower Australia. The Estate will be used to facilitate the retraining of retired racehorses through RWWA’s OTTWA […]

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About The OTTWA Passport

What is the purpose of the OTTWA Passport? The OTTWA passport forms an important part of the commitments outlined in the WA Racehorse Welfare Plan. The initiative is designed to assist Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) in tracing and connecting retired racehorses in WA, and gain a better understanding of their location and life […]

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How To Take Photos of Your Horse’s Brands and Markings

In order for Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) personnel to confirm the identity of your horse you will need to provide images of your horses’ brands and preferably identifying markings. Your horse will have been branded, and usually microchipped for identification purposes. For thoroughbreds: A minimum of two images will be required; one of […]

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Stolen Thunder; Legendary Racehorse and World Class Show Jumper

The incomparable Stolen Thunder performed well in whatever was asked of him, both on a racetrack and the very best of international show jump arenas. Foaled in 1979, the ‘I’m Scarlet’ gelding won an impressive $169,000 in prizemoney over 80 starts, with 13 wins, 10 seconds and four thirds under legendary trainer the late Barry […]

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