Allan Hull will call his final race at Riverina Paceway in Wagga on Tuesday night.
Wagga Harness Racing Club has honoured Hull with the Happy Retirement Allan Hull Pace (1740m) on the nine-race card.
It will be Hull's final class for Wagga Harness Racing Club after 50 years.
Hull announced his impending retirement in October, and will call his final race at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Australia Day.
His last TAB meeting will be Albury trots on January 31. He will then call some non-TAB meetings for country clubs until the end of the financial year.
Hull has mixed feelings ahead of the Wagga meeting.
"It will be different, when I drive away there (Tuesday) night when I know I'm not going back," Hull said.
"But you can't do it forever."
Hull says his fondest memories from the Wagga trots were at Wagga Showgrounds. He said hosting Ray Conroy to call a Free For All featuring Hondo Gratton and Paleface Adios at Wagga was a particular highlight.
His highlight from the opening 12 months at Riverina Paceway is Junee's Cameron Hart piloting Beetson to victory in the Wagga Pacers Cup.
Sky Racing hope to announce Hull's replacement in the next two weeks.