Jerilderie-based apprentice jockey Tyler Schiller will head into Monday's race meeting at Murrumbidgee Turf Club in good form.
Schiller rode a double on Hay Cup day on Saturday with wins aboard Pancake ($2.80) and Critical Reaction ($1.70).
Schiller has a strong book of rides at Wagga on Monday with five of his six rides for the day either favourite or second favourite in betting.
The shortest being Flying Yankee at $1.55 for Canberra trainer Matthew Dale.
Michael Heagney also rode a double at Hay on Saturday, including the $17,000 Hay Cup (1400m) on the Russell Hogan-trained Cooee March ($9.00).
Albury trainer Mitchell Beer and jockey Simon Miller will also enter the Wagga meeting in form after combining for a double at Adaminaby on Saturday.
Beer and Miller won the $16,000 Adaminaby Cup (1400m) with Damselfly's Kept ($2.70). They also combined for success with Chuparosa ($2.40).
Beer has two horses in at Wagga on Monday. Shinseki, who he scratched from the Highway at Kembla Grange on Saturday, in the Price Plumbing Specialists Benchmark 66 Handicap (1600m).
He also has Zaberfeldie resuming in the Union Hotel Class One Handicap (1200m). Zaberfeldie won his only start as a two-year-old back in June at Albury.
Miller also has six rides at Wagga.