Western area star Jungle Deuce has a shot at a slot in a $750,000 race - and he needs your backing to get over the line.
Greyhound Racing NSW has announced a first for the sport with the public to select the dog which will represent the organisation - and people of NSW - in the $750,000 TAB Phoenix in December.
In September, GRNSW secured one of the eight slots in the sport's newest event at The Meadows in Melbourne on December 18.
On Monday GRNSW announced the list of 10 greyhounds in contention for the organisation's slot in the $1.145 million feature event to be run at The Meadows on December 18.
Jungle Deuce, trained at Forbes by Raymond Smith and a past winner at The Meadows, is in the running.
People can vote at thedogs.com.au until Sunday.
"If he gets in, he'll certainly make his presence felt," Smith said.
Should Jungle Deuce land a spot, the kennels will also donate $5000 to charity.
One lucky voter will also be drawn out and win a cash prize on the night of the feature. Should the chosen GRNSW dog win the feature, the lucky voter scores $50,000.
Meanwhile, racing returns to Dubbo's Dawson Park on Saturday.
And for Amanda Ginn, she'll be looking to repeat a special win at the Dubbo track with Shadea on November 20.
Shadea's mum, Kanzan, stepped out for the first time at Dapto over 520m in December 2017 and was untroubled in an all-the-way win over 520m in a very solid 29.93.
She later scored at Richmond in a cracking 30.37 over 537m before later making a name for herself over staying distances.
Now, Kanzan, a 15-time winner, has pride of place with Ginn and partner Craig Tuntler at their Cudal property as a full-time mum.
"Cottee (Shadea) was my favourite from the time she was born and to win from box five last week was like winning the Melbourne Cup to me," Ginn beamed.
"She's just learning her craft last week's win was a little unexpected due to the (middle) box but she has shown promise.
"Some trials have been very good and others just par for the course. Her win gives us great hope for the future but it's early days."
Shadea's second outing is from box one at Dawson Park on Saturday but that's where the upside stalls. Her debut win in 23.14 was the night's best time but the rise in class is always a leveller.
The lightly raced Rookie Fusion has posted 22.97 at the Dubbo track but must contend with box five. Adding to Rookie Fashion's task is the wide racing pattern of the dogs positioned to his immediate inside.
Consistent placegetter Flambeau (box eight) is also a chance. He's not missed a place in five starts at Dubbo over 400m and has impressed from the outside alley.
Racing starts 5.57pm.