Murrumbidgee Turf Club (MTC) hope to lodge a development application in coming weeks for its new $6.9 million stable complex.
The club held a public meeting last month in regards to the project as it looks to get the development to the 'shovel ready' stage.
The immediate future of the project lies with a submission to the state government for funding through the growing local economies fund but MTC chief executive Steve Keene said the club is still moving forward with plans.
"We've made a submission to the state government and we're waiting for feedback on that," Keene said.
"In the meantime we're doing background work to get to shovel ready. We're looking to lodge a DA within coming weeks and run through the process to get to shovel ready."
Wagga City Council unanimously approved consent to an application to NSW Crown Lands by the club for an adjustment to the boundary between the Wagga Cricket Ground Reserve and Wagga Wagga Racecourse Reserve last July.
MTC then addressed any questions surrounding the project at a productive public meeting last month.
"The meeting went really well," Keene said.
"There was a few questions asked by some of the locals that we were able to put some at ease. There were also some things raised that we need to take into account moving forward with the development but it was all good."
The multi-million dollar facility is to be built on unutilised land on its north-eastern boundary and is expected to accommodate more than 100 horses.
It will be one the biggest developments in MTC's history and the club hopes the project will generate 30 new jobs.
There is demand for the complex due to a lack of suitable stables in Wagga for both new and existing trainers.