The nominations for Orange's race meeting on Monday are in with several local trainers to make the journey to the meet.
More than 100 nominations for the meeting have come in. It includes Dar Lunn's nomination of Classy Rebel after running at Dubbo on Sunday.
Classy Rebel has enjoyed a strong last few races with three wins from it's last five starts.
Gilgandra's Bryan Dixon has nominated both Boom Queen and Fox Spirit for the On-Trac Ag Benchmark 66 Handicap.
Brett Robb will be hoping Expect A Hero can continue it's strong form but could face some heavy competition from Dixon's Renzulli and Japingka trained by Gilgandra's Kieren Hazelton.
Dixon, Hazelton, Kody Nestor and Michael Mulholland have all nominated a horse each in the MC Signs Class 2 Handicap.
Two more trainers have horse which will feature in the DVM Embroidery Maiden Plate with 32 nominations in total. Robb and Mulholland have Some Days and Ready Made Doll set for their first competitive run in the maiden plate.
Zareign will also run for Hazelton in the Angullong Maiden handicap.
Lunn will have Sensei Jackie who ran at Dubbo on Sunday running fifth.
Seven races in total will be held with nominations extended until midday on Wednesday with more entries expected ahead of the cut off. Final fields for the meeting will be finalised later in the week.
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