Riverina trainers will race for city riches in their own backyard.
Greyhound Racing NSW will return to racing at Wentworth Park on June 6 but with trainers still restricted to racing in their regions prizemoney levels have changed to accommodate all throughout the state.
Instead Wagga will hold a meeting with city prizemoney on June 14.
Two races worth $6000 to the winner have already been scheduled with more races to come.
Wagga racing manager John Patton believes it is another boost for participants in the current landscape.
"Money is what they are all striving to win and we've got some pretty good dogs at the moment," Patton said.
"They get a chance to not travel out of their zone and win city prizemoney."
Wagga will race on five of the next six Sundays, with Temora to hold another meeting on June 7.
Weekly TAB racing is set to be a regular thing in the Riverina with the number of meetings increasing next financial year.
Wagga will see a rise four four meetings up to 40 while Temora has seen a big increase moving from two TAB meetings to 12.
Patton is pleased with the changes.
"We're racing more than less every week and starting from July we've been allocated 31 Fridays, seven Thursdays and two Monday nights," he said.
"We're happy with that while Temora get 12 TAB dates which mean we will race once a week.
"It is great for this area."
Meanwhile Wagga held another provincial meeting on Sunday.
The Oakman family continued to taste success with their Barcia Bale - Tranquil Pop litter.
Tranquil Ginga returned to winning ways for the first time since August in the Brett Cox Electrical (320m).
She won her first two races of her first three races and now brings her record to three wins and two placings from 11 starts.
Littermate Tranquil Gypsy added to her impressive record with success in the Rules Club (400m).
She has now won 10 of her 18 starts with another five placings.
Tranquil Gypsy won seven of her last eight starts including two in a row for Kevin Oakman.