All is in readiness for another exciting addition of the Junee Pacers Cup.
The $14,000 feature race highlights the club’s Carnival Of Cups program on Saturday night.
There has been huge interest in the race with a massive number of horses entered in the big race.
While there is no local interest in the cup this year, a quality field has been assembled for C3-C6 pacers.
With 26 nominations received the club will also run a $9000 consolation of the cup.
Among the nominations is last year’s winner Ned Pepper.
There are also plenty of Junee trainers with horses in other events on the card.
After winning heats at the club’s meeting last Saturday, Bruce Harpley’s Rubies For Tash and Gold Starzzz for Matthew Harris while clash in the Milbrae Quarries Final.
Gold Starzzz made it four wins from six starts with an all-the-way victory while Rubies For Tash was made to work harder for her win.
While the 10-race card the main attraction off the track there is plenty on offer too.
The mini trotters will strut their stuff with cup races in multiple cup event for the different divisions.
There is also entertainment by Genevieve Chadwick while there is plenty of entertainment for the kids as well including a jumping castle.
Junee secretary Joanne Judd expects another big night.
“There is free entertainment for the children as we are looking to make it a real family night,” Judd said.
“It should be another good night.”
Judd is also working to look down the drivers for the annual City v Country Drivers Invitational Series.
Three races are part of the series but with both Menangle and Melton racing on Saturday night most of the big name drivers who usually participate can not make the trip this year.
As it stands Jim Douglass, Graeme Watts, Cameron Maggs, Scott Hewitt, Sam Hewitt, Bill Trembath and Scott Osmond have all been confirmed.
It is part of a big weekend of harness racing with Leeton racing on Friday night.
The night kicks off at 5.58pm with the cup race sixth on the card.