About Racing WA
Welcome to Racing WA - your new and improved destination for WA thoroughbred racing information and data, including news, replays, race day details and more. Racing is a sport deeply ingrained in WA's history and culture, with the first recorded race meeting held in 1833. Since its inception, racing has firmly entrenched itself on the State's sporting and cultural calendar.
From Kununurra in our far North to Albany in our far south, and all points in between – WA's 36 thoroughbred race clubs across the state host more than 280 race meetings and more than 2100 races a year. Racing is many things to different people. Whether it is a profession, a hobby or an entertainment and leisure activity for you – Racing WA aims to bring all the information and excitement from WA thoroughbred racing together in one place.
Over the course of the next 12 - 18 months, Racing WA is planned to have a series of new features and functionality added, to ultimately to become a one-stop-shop for WA's three racing codes – covering thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing content and information. Racing WA is owned and operated by Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA), the State-appointed regulator for thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Western Australia.
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