HAVING recently announced the disbanding of their training partnership, Lee Freedman and Graeme Rogerson may have one of their final runners as a combination at Dubbo.
Their galloper Mossamine is one of 11 runners nominated for next Monday's $17,000 Club Dubbo Christmas Cup (1405m).
The Dubbo club has extended nominations until 11am today for a number of races on its pre-Christmas meeting but the possible appearance of Mossamine, owned by Gerry Harvey, adds a lot of interest.
With Hugh Bowman in the saddle, the gelding won two starts back at Orange before finishing sixth in Saturday class at Warwick Farm.
Seven races are scheduled for the Dubbo meeting, with weights to be announced this afternoon and final fields will be available tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Freedman will return to Melbourne from Sydney uncertain of his immediate future.
After deciding to walk away from his partnership with Rogerson after less than a year, the Hall of Fame trainer said yesterday he had not decided whether he would continue to train horses either in Melbourne or at his family's property, Markdel, near Rye on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.