Police will be targeting speed around the Dubbo Turf Club, after people have been clocked travelling at speeds 40km/h above the signposted limit.
The new warning comes following a number of complaints made by the Turf Club in relation to ongoing issues with speeding and dangerous driving along Merrilea Road.
Since the reports to police, Dubbo Highway Patrol has issued 12 traffic infringement notices to people speeding along the road, just this year.
This included detections of up to 100km/h in the signposted 60km/h zone.
NSW Police Western Region Inspector Jason Bush said it appeared their speed enforcement message hadn't been getting through to the general public.
"The message is clear, we will be doing high visibility patrols, as well as covert patrols to get the level of speeding down to an acceptable level," he said.
Inspector Bush said the numerous reports to police of dangerous driving and speeding in the area had been affecting residents, trainers, jockeys and their horses safety.
"This kind of driving behaviour, is not only a danger to the public, it's also a danger to the employees and track workers at the Turf Club," he said.
"If we take a look at the road environment it is poorly lit and we do have a adjoining properties that do utilise the Dubbo Turf Club.
"Those adjourning properties employ staff that utilise and cross Merrilea Road to use the track facility, so what we're aiming at is that early morning enforcement.
"We also need to be particularly mindful of fog and those environmental factors and the type of road users that use this facility. We're close to the industrial estate."
Dubbo Turf Club general manager Vincent Gordon said the complaints had not only come from the industry, but several riders who had experienced a number of near misses in the last couple of months.
"It's just a matter of fact that this is a road that people tend to go a little bit quick on," he said.
"The danger involved in that, is if you're on a horse early in the morning and going about your job, it's a real danger."
While there had been serious reports of dangerous driving, including motorcycles performing 'mono's', Inspector Bush said speed was the main concern.
He warned Dubbo Highway Patrol would be monitoring the area, particularly in the early morning hours.
"Speeding won't be tolerated around the Merrilea Road precinct and we will be conducting enforcement in the near future," he said.
Mr Gordon thanked the NSW Police for supporting the concern.