Three Riverina horses are among the nominations for the NSW Horse of the Year.
David Kennedy’s Shes Sporty is nominated as part of the battle for the two-year-old filly.
MIA Breeders Plate winner Our Mach Jack is up for the two-year-old colts and gelding award.
Gotta Bewitched is also among the Aged Mare of the Year nominations.
Former Young pacer Dont Think Twice is also nominated for the three-year-old fillies division.
There are plenty of clubs up for awards as well.
Leeton and Wagga have been nominated for the best club with a feature up to $50,000, but no less than $25,001.
Junee is in the running for the best club between $14,001 to $25,000.
Temora and West Wyalong are nominated for the best club with a feature between 10,001 and $14,000 while Cootamundra and Coolamon are up for the award for the best club with a feature less than $10,000.
The awards night is in Sydney on October 28.