Connie Greig is in for a busy few days with four meetings possibly being contested in six days.
The Dubbo-based trainer's weekend will consist of Saturday's meeting at Mudgee and Muswellbrook on Sunday.
There's an outside chance she could race at Taree on Monday while a number of hopes have also been nominated to contest Thursday's meeting at Bathurst's Tyers Park.
At Mudgee on Gooree Cup day, Cat Walk Queen will line up in the Gooree Park Pastoral Wagyu Class 2 Handicap (1400m) while Bel Attrait will contest the Gooree Cellar and Pantry Benchmark 58 Handicap (2000m).
Both are likely to start outsiders but the in-form apprentice Ronald Simpson will ride both of Greig's hopes.
Simpson has scored four wins and nine placings since returning to the saddle last month and gained a huge amount of attention on Monday when he weaved his way through the field with great effect to secure victory at Dubbo with Brett Thompson's All Hollywood.
Neither Cat Walk Queen or Bel Attrait has placed yet this preparation, having had three and five starts respectively.
Call me Trinity and Pip's Pick will be in action at Muswellbrook and both will line up in the Peel Valley Machinery John Deere Benchmark 58 Handicap (900m).
Pip's Pick has shown promise for Greig in the five starts since making the move from Mark Jones' stables.
Billy Bent Ear is an emergency at Taree but is more likely to race at Bathurst being nominated to race there alongside stablemates Regina Margherita, last-start winner Malibu Stacy and Don's Duck.
Greig's fellow Dubbo trainers Kody Nestor, Garry Lunn, Brian Young, Michael Lunn, and Dar Lunn also nominated hopes for Bathurst.
Final fields for that meeting will be released on Tuesday.