The William Farrer Hotel's famous Super Punters Club (SPC) is again bound for the $1.3 million Kosciuszko.
The Farrer's SPC won two slots in this year's Kosciuszko, that was drawn on Thursday morning.
The draw proved a windfall for Riverina punters.
A Ganmain TAB account holder was also successful in securing a Kosciuszko slot.
It was Racing NSW's new $700,000 Four Pillars for 'midway' horses, a race announced on Wednesday, where Wagga punters had the most luck.
The William Farrer Hotel, after purchasing more than $40,000 in tickets, secured another two slots in the Four Pillars.
A ticket sold at the Palm N Pawn at North Wagga was also successful, along with TAB account holders in Turvey Park and Tatton.
Manager of the William Farrer Hotel's SPC, David Barnhill, was thrilled with his group's result.
"We're very happy," Barnhill said.
"It would be nice to have a catch up with the committee over a beer but it looks like we'll be able to do that in a couple of days.
"We'll probably meet this afternoon somehow, and make a call (Friday).
"We'll look at a couple of the favourites."
All the successful slot holders will now look to negotiate to find a horse to run on their behalf, for the Kosciszko on October 16, and the Four Pillars on October 30.
It will be the third time the Farrer's SPC will be represented in the race, but on both previous occasions their initial representative have been withdrawn in the week of the race.
Their replacement in 2018, Awesome Pluck, ran third. Last year, Prairie Fire, only beat one home.
Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. This is how you can continue to access our trusted content:
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.