Rain around the region and a return to familiar surroundings could help Wild Rocket get back to winning ways on Monday.
Monday's seven-race meeting had been scheduled to be run at Wellington Race Club but with the amount of rain in the past week making that track unsuitable for racing it has been shifted to Narromine Turf Club.
Narromine is the home of Wild Rocket and trainer Kylie Kennedy and they will again team up with jockey Mathew Cahill in the Hermitage Hill Country Retreat Mountain and Rivers Handicap (1300m).
A star of the Kennedy stables, Wild Rocket finished fourth in the $500,000 Country Championships Final at Randwick in April.
After a month-long freshen up the four-year-old mare has run seventh at Scone, sixth at Gunnedah, and fourth last time out at Dubbo on June 11.
The run at Dubbo was a promising one as Wild Rocket finished just a length off the winner and she'll jump as one of the main chances on Monday.
Wild Rocket was a $3.80 chance on Sunday while the $3.10 favourite was Canberra galloper Mad As Zariz.
The Ron Weston and John Nisbet-trained Mad As Zariz has two wins and a second in his past three starts.
The 1300m event shapes as one of the best of the day while there will also be plenty of interest in the day's first race, the Kurrinda Bloodstock Two-Year-Old Maiden Plate (1100m).
A number of first-starters will step out in the event and on Sunday afternoon it was the Clint Lundholm-trained Watch Me Rumble which sat as a $2.15 favourite.
Watch Me Rumble is one seven horses in the field of 13 with race experience, as the filly finished an impressive second on debut in the Silver Goblet at Dubbo Turf Club last month.
Racing starts at 12.50pm at Narromine.