Saturday's picnic meeting at Narromine will be a welcome event for many following the cancellation of a number of recent non-TAB meetings.
The current restrictions in place have made it tough on a number of smaller clubs and forced meetings to be abandoned but Racing NSW set a new picnic meeting for Saturday.
The Narromine meeting attracted an initial 71 nominations, with 15 of those for the Open Picnic Trophy (1100m).
Among those was 11-year-old stalwart Dunderry.
Trained at Bathurst by Paul Theobald, Dunderry is set to make start number 124 on Saturday.
It will be just the third start for Dunderry this year, having finished well back in the field at Bathurst last time out.
Having been raced by Theobald his entire career - he debuted way back in January of 2011 - Dunderry has 14 wins to his name.
The most recent of those came in December of 2018.
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