Blake Jones will put in plenty of kilometres this week as Forever Yin chases Menangle success.
After qualifying for the group three feature on the card on Saturday, Jones will clock up around 3200 kilometres by the time he returns from this week's final.
Forever Yin finished second at Menangle to qualify for the series for up to 80 pacers.
Jones expects he will be better for the finals.
"He probably just hit the front too early," Jones said.
"But he should be better for it as he missed a couple of days work last week with a foot abscess."
With racing at Albury on Tuesday, Bathurst on Wednesday for the Menangle Country Series Final and Wagga on Friday it will definitely be a busy week.
Jones drove three of the seven winners at Albury.
Forever Yin has drawn to start from six in the $30,000 final.
While Jones is never too fussed on where the four-year-old draws he thought the more impressive heat winners have drawn wide.
However Never Been Said, who won his heat, is set to start from barrier two following an early scratching.
FORMER Temora trainer Rickie Alchin tasted more group one success with his star trotter Tough Monarch.
The nine-year-old won his third group one for the year, and fourth overall, after putting in a tough effort to take out the Queensland Trotters Cup.
Meanwhile Todd Prest's filly finished third in the group one Queensland Oaks.
She finished 6.2 metres off the winner Momentslikethese, who finished fourth behind her last week.
Prest has brought his stable star back home to Leeton.
NIFTY Jolt scored a special victory at Riverina Paceway.
Formerly trained by the late Garry Punch, the seven-year-old was able to score for Bill Trembath.
Punch's family still owns Nifty Jolt, who has drawn six and is the fastest qualifier in Friday's final.
CAMERON Hart drove over half the card at Penrith on Thursday night, finishing with five winners.
The former Junee reinsman sits second on the NSW premiership after bringing up his 100th win for the season on Tuesday.
Hart is five behind Jack Trainor after Blue Ocean's win at Menangle.
YOUNG trainer Katie Jenner tasted success with Im Not Complicated at Dubbo on Friday night.
Getting his racing career off to the perfect start, the two-year-old went on to win by 4.2 metres.
THE Rock owned and bred Maajida was crowned Victorian three-year-old filly of the year.
After winning the Australian title as a two-year-old, Maajida added to her impressive record by winning 10 of her 15 starts including the group one Vicbred.
WAGGA will hold an eight-race card on Friday.
The first race will start at 1.03pm.
Young then races Tuesday.