offtrack

offtrack

(ˈɒfˈtræk)
adj
(Horse Racing) horse racing motor racing not done or conducted at a racetrack

off•track

(ˈɔfˈtræk, ˈɒf-)

adj.
occurring or carried on away from a racetrack: offtrack betting.
[1940–45]
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Enjoy the day and stay in control by only having the treats you really want rather than going completely offtrack.
In addition, teams will also be vying for six OffTrack awards: Communications, Vehicle Design, Technical Innovation, Safety, Perseverance and Spirit of the Event and Shell Helix Tribology Award.
The contract will permit AmTote to offer bet-processing services at all California racetracks and offtrack betting locations, totaling about 40 sites.
It is a battle and some of the battles are legendary, moving from ontrack to offtrack as drivers' emotions are pitched like their nerves to the very limit.
You're in the mood to indulge, a gym isn't handy at all times and the exciting food options, parties and lazing around only make it easier for you to go offtrack.
He can scold me and slap me if I get offtrack," Kejriwal said.
Yet again our biggest "loser" on the scales this week was Craig Barbour, despite the 27-year-old having a dif-ficult few days before the weigh-in as he went offtrack.
Ill find myself getting offtrack, I take them out and look at them again, realigning my focus and activities with the results I want.
And currently veering way offtrack is Justin Bieber, who only last month was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs then, following a separate incident, charged with assault.
Constitution; 4) the system of offtrack betting is an unconstitutional and excessive exercise of the police power of the state; and 5) the laws deprived the plaintiffs of their property rights without due process of law.
It was also a positive night offtrack for the Brummies owners, whose pre-meeting calls for more support seemed to have been heeded as one of the best crowds of the season enjoyed the action.
In an illustration of how far offtrack media relations had strayed, Laura Craik, fashion editor of The Times of London wrote an open letter to Slimane which she ended with a plea not to be banned from the next show.