Thoroughbred Breeders WA represents thoroughbred breeders and the breeding industry.

Our aim is to:

  • Promote the Western Australian industry both in Australia and overseas and to develop new markets for our horses.
  • Represent the interests of breeders with government and administrative bodies.
  • Encourage new breeders into the market.
  • Be of assistance in liaising with other sections of the industry and enhance the racing industry.

Any breeders or those just merely interested in the industry may join, the more members, the stronger voice we have.

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Dew West sire heads Due East

Dew West sire heads Due East

Alfred Nobel (Ire) signed off from Western Australia with a winning double last weekend through Dew West (Ascot) and Lyle's Choice (Albany). The 14 year-old former Lynward Park and Alwyn Park resident has been purchased by Brett Maidment to continue his stud career in...

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Bragging rights to I’m All The Talk

Bragging rights to I’m All The Talk

Darling View Thoroughbreds stallion I'm All the Talk is in a race of his own for 3yo winners and wins this season in WA. When Bragwell scored an overdue victory at Ascot last Wednesday, he sent I'm All the Talk (17 winners – 28 wins) further ahead on both tables from...

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TBWA Winner of the Week – Nowhiteflag

TBWA Winner of the Week – Nowhiteflag

Nowhiteflag may be starting his racing career in the shadow of big sister Fabergino but he appears to have inherited some of her attributes. Like the flying grey mare, Nowhiteflag is raced by a mix of the same owners in partnership with Jim Anderson who stands their...

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Almighty Ascot headlines for Playing God

Almighty Ascot headlines for Playing God

Top 2yo Ex Sport Man headlined another successful autumn at Ascot for Playing God and the Darling View champion can keep the momentum going this Saturday. Playing God was on target with Fiery Water and Bruce Almighty last Saturday and he’s multi-tasked with six...

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Gold Rush for Fernie and All American

Gold Rush for Fernie and All American

Leading trainer Peter Fernie can build up his strike-rate in the Goldfields this season with the stable’s latest maiden winner Double Rush. The All American gelding was sooled straight to the front by Holly Watson on Sunday and they weren’t for catching in the Little...

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Posthumous black-type for Vital Equine

Posthumous black-type for Vital Equine

Tri For Us can land some black-type as a legacy for Vital Equine (Ire) during the winter season at Belmont. The Adam Durrant-trained 3yo filly was denied a winning hat-trick by Bragwell in a head-bobbing finish at Ascot on Wednesday.  She had won a Pinjarra maiden...

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WA Sires

1. Blackfriars $3,032,171
2. Snippetson $2,492,070
3. Playing God $2,307,733
4. War Chant $1,797,486
5. I’m All The Talk $1,791,520
6. All American $1,552,550
7. Trade Fair $1,465,920
8. Demerit $1,382,255
9. Gingerbread Man $1,273,475
10. Universal Ruler $1,265,512

WA 2YO Sires

1. Playing God $507,692
2. Rommel $376,972
3. Snippetson $270,992
4. Safeguard $233,800
5. I’m All The Talk $200,092
6. Rogano $177,200
7. Longma $115,600
8. Awesome Rock $102,500
9. Gingerbread Man $96,350
10. Patronize $95,450