The Wodonga Cup has been run and won and what a day for the Wodonga Turf Club and punters.
This race meeting just goes from strength to strength every year, due to the hard work of those involved and Wodonga Council's support of the public holiday.
Of course, it would all be for nothing if the community hadn't got on board the way it has.
More than 9000 people turned out to Friday's event, a remarkable achievement for all involved.
As Wodonga Turf Club general manager Tom O'Connor pointed out to The Border Mail on Thursday, this was a meeting that used to draw about 1500 people when it was held on a Sunday.
Another race that's been run but not yet won is that in the seat of Benambra.
A week on from the Victorian election, long-time sitting member Bill Tilley has not yet been able to claim victory. One thing is certain though - his primary vote has taken a big hit.
Two-candidate preferred, the ABC was estimating Mr Tilley had a margin of about 220 votes over independent candidate Jacqui Hawkins.
A result could come on Monday or Tuesday, when the VEC is scheduled to undertake a count which will see preferences of the six candidates distributed.
One thing is for sure - we'll keep you posted.
Have a great Sunday.