The Western Pigeon Federation was founded in Melbourne Australia in 1972. The Federation conducts pigeon races for fanciers in the western areas of Melbourne for over 120 members. The races are on four tracks west, northwest, north and northeast. There is also a race from Tasmania every season. The season starts in early July with a race from 200kms and ends in November with a race from 950kms.

PRESIDENT: RAY RUSSELL 

SECRETARY: MICHAEL PORTELLI

RING SECRETARY: PAULINE PULIS

 

2019 BREEDERS PLATE : MURRAY BRIDGE

To view all the sale dates and information about this year’s Breeders Plate from Murray Bridge, please click on the ‘Sales/Special Races’ tab at the top of this page.

 

 

 

2018 CONDOBLIN BREEDERS PLATE WINNER

Congratulations to the winner of this year’s Breeders Plate race, Charlie Abela of the Altona City Club. Charlie took out the first place by clocking a yearling Blue Bar cock at 4.28.03 pm, giving him a flying time of 8.58.01 and a winning velocity of 1061.03. The winning bird was raced by Charlie and bred by Felix Lia of the Green Gully club giving them each a $15,000 winners cheque.

 

 

 

22/09/18  CONDOBLIN PRODUCE LIBERATION DETAILS

In today’s race from Condoblin, 22/9/18, 1119 WPF birds competing from 64 lofts, along with 126 Geelong birds competing from 17 lofts, for a total of 1245 birds from 81 lofts, were released at 7 am. Conditions at the race point were clear and sunny with some high cloud and light winds. Upon release, the birds all left the race point in one group within two minutes. For the trip home the birds are expecting clear conditions and light winds throughout the morning shifting to South Westerly 15-20 km/p/h throughout the middle of the day. Once they cross the Victorian border winds should become lighter for the rest of the afternoon. Don’t forget production of clocks is at 7 pm. All the very best to all.

Co-ordinates for Condoblin:

 Latitude:   -33   05   29.1    Longitude:   147    8    58.2

 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS:  CONDOBLIN  16/09/18

In our fifteenth race of the season from Condoblin 16/09/18, the winner was Kealba Aviary Supplies, (Pierre Anastasi), from the St Albans Invitation club.  Clocking a yearling blue bar cock at 04.18.16 pm, Pierre took out first place with a flying time of 8.53.19 and a velocity of 1044.295 mpm.  This was Pierre’s first Federation win of the 2018 season and on behalf of all the members, we congratulate him on his win.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS: SHORT SERIES 2017

The winner of the Short Series for 2017, was J & M Portelli of the Altona City Club.  Michael won the Short series by 81 points, with a total pointscore of 307 points.  On behalf of all the members of the Federation, we congratulate him on his win.

RESULTS:   LONG SERIES 2017

The winner of the Long Series for the 2017 season was J & J Pulis of the Deer Park Club. John and Joe won the Long series with a total pointscore of 134.  On behalf of all the members of the Federation, we congratulate them on their win.

RESULTS: COMBINED SERIES 2017

The winner of the combined series for 2017 was J & M Portelli of the Altona City Club.  Michael won the combined series with a total pointscore of 421 points.  On behalf of all the members of the Federation, we congratulate him on his win.

 

 

 

Transfer cards are available to download…just click on ‘FORMS’ at the top of the page to locate.

2017 Race Schedule

To view the 2017 Race Schedule please click on the link at the top of this page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you found a racing pigeon?  Please click below to report it.  (If it has a ring on its’ leg it’s a racing pigeon)

Please note: This number is ONLY for the reporting of lost racing pigeons.  If you find a wild pigeon or any other type of bird and are unsure of what to do with it, please contact either the RSPCA or your local veterinary clinic.

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