Racing heads to the west of Victoria on Sunday with Ballarat hosting a strong eight race country program on a track that will be rated good.
There is no metro racing in Melbourne but Ballarat hosts what looks to be a very strong country meeting, with all the leading stables represented across eight races.
Thursday's racing comes from Ballarat, just west of Melbourne. The track should be rated good.
Racing goes to Ballarat on Wednesday for an eight race program to be conducted on a good track.
Cup Eve racing comes from Ballarat where the track will be rated good. Our best bet is a locally trained mare.
Racing on Thursday is at Ballarat and while conditions are likely to cool, there shouldn't be enough rain around to seriously affect the track.
Sunday Racing heads to Ballarat where we have an 8 race card on what is likely to be a rain affected track.
Friday's racing comes from Ballarat where the track should be presented in perfect condition for Gold Nugget Day.
The jumping season wraps up with an all jumps program at Ballarat, highlighted by the JJ Houlahan Hurdle and the Grand National Steeplechase.
Tuesday's racing is back on the synthetic with a Tony and Calvin McEvoy trained first starter looking an excellent prospect.