Hard-working Border jockey Brodie Loy is set for a hectic three days with 19 rides at Moruya, Wagga and Cootamundra.
Loy has six rides at Moruya on Friday, six the following day at Wagga and seven the at Cootamundra on Sunday.
He returned to the saddle in early August after serving an 18-month ban.
The talented hoop has notched 12 wins and 22 placings from 79 rides and is in hot demand from trainers.
"I've got a massive few days ahead of me which I'm grateful for," Loy said.
"It was a bit of slow start when I first came back from my suspension but I'm back in the swing of things now.
"I've made the most of my opportunities so far and am now starting to get some better mounts.
"I'm also starting to get a full book of rides at most meetings just as the spring is starting to heat up.
"So it just makes it that bit easier to keep the weight down when it's hotter
"Then you get more opportunities because you can ride a bit lighter."
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Loy pinpointed the Gary Colvin-trained Weja in the $12,000 Maiden Hcp, (1200m) at Wagga as one of his best mounts.
Weja was beaten less than two lengths after resuming from a spell last month when running fifth.
"He is a nice big horse and I thought it was a nice effort first-up," he said.
"He will strip fitter for the run and it doesn't look a strong race."
Loy was also upbeat about the chances of Old Man's Angel in the $27,000 Cootamundra Cup, (1600m).
"It looks a nice race for him being down in the weights," he said.