Temora held its first night meeting with 13 races.
The first, a maiden over the short saw the Victorian, Another Remus get through on the fence to win for Bernie Groom.
After a mix up on the corner to put out the local Greenstone Gift and Poppy's Kiss to have no chance. Second was Blind Spot and Coota Jack third in 18.18.
Max Bilson took out the Cornford's Hardware with Pink Slip in 26.62 from fast finishing Mimy's Mystery and Le Grande.
The Crutcher's Supa IGA race saw Jason Cameron's Ella Fella Tella win from Redwood Dasher and Uno Scarlett third in 18.34.
The first heat of the Haddrill Family Stakes saw Rodney McDonald's dog, Dana Cuzzy give nothing else a chance to win in 26.24 from Precision City and Wamberal Teddy.
Whooshy Woo Woo wins the Neil Grimmer Stakes for Andrew Rowe with He Who Nose second and third was Crouch and Hold in 18.07.
The second heat of the Haddrill Stakes saw Allison Green's dog, Miss Enforcer win from Top Enforcer in the time of 26.24 with third going to Shoo Fly Shoo.
Race 7, the Ag-N-Vet Stakes over 311m saw Tiggerlong Oliva race to the front to win easily in 18.08 for Bruce Williams and son ahead of Little Moment and Frida Bale.
The winner, Osti's Force will represent the Temora area in the final at Wentworth Park.
Race 9, the Nice Products 3/4 grade 311 had trouble in the race to find Dana Jack the eventual winner in 18.08 for Rodney McDonald. Place getters were Princess Jet and Swanky Pumpkin.
Race 10 was the 3rd heat of the Haddrill Family Stakes over 457m which saw Golden Ruby take it on the line from Dynamite Ado and Dana George in 26.58. Margaret Bannerman was please with her dogs run.
Race 11, local dog Blue Whisper trained by Huck Pinney took out the Max Derrick Stakes from Victorian Out There Carter with Geoff's A Hero third in 18.17.
The Clay Butler trained Calleen Whisper wins the Swanky Park Kennels race from Altair Izmir and Neat Irish in the best of the night being 26.00.
The lucky last being the Eddie Harmer Stakes went to the Keith Derrick trained Typhoon Shoes in 18.08 with Carlisle Tiger and Tryin' filling the places.