A number of Southern District trainers left Murrumbidgee Turf Club happy after the non-raceday trials on Tuesday.
Some 47 horses were given a hit-out across 10 barrier trials at Wagga.
Among those to win trials were promising Mitch Beer-trained pair Vin Du Jour and A Thousand Degrees, while Taraahse won stylishly in her return from injury for Wayne Carroll.
Promising Albury stayer Nothin' Like Harry ran an eye-catching second behind Taraahse, while Chris Heywood's unraced three-year-old Blitzar clocked the fastest time of the morning.
Racing NSW put the trials on and Murrumbidgee Turf Club chief executive Steve Keene said they were happy to hold them when possible.
"Absolutely. We've got the facilities here to be able to cope with them and it's great to be able to put them on for the industry," Keene said.
"We couldn't say yes quick enough."
Keene said as long as the trials continue to be financially viable, the club is happy to hold them.