Moruya-based trainer Natalie Jarvis has been the most successful trainer at the Moruya Jockey Club so far in 2019, a fitting fact leading into the club's "pink racing" day on Saturday, April 20.
The club will help raise funds for breast cancer research and the Batemans Bay Mother's Day Classic at the meet, which will feature a pink-themed Fashions on the Field, and a special prize for the best woman's pink-themed outfit.
Gates will open at 11am, with the first race set to jump at 1.13pm.
Mrs Jarvis said the amount of women in the racing industry was steadily increasing.
"There are definitely more male trainers, but the jockey and trainer ranks are starting to have more females now," she said. "It's really good that the club is supporting charities like this; they're a very community-focused club."
Mrs Jarvis, who will feature five runners on the day, said the Easter meeting was one her stable had focused on.
"We've got a few race meets each year that we focus on, and the two April meetings come under that," she said. "Because they're quite close together, you can work towards both of them with the horses.
"We've got a few horses that we've aimed for this meeting with. The Sky 2 meetings typically aren't as strong as others, and we've got a first-time starter that we're looking forward to racing.
"We've also got a few regulars who we race at Moruya every time."
Mrs Jarvis, who moved to Moruya two years ago, said the Moruya Jockey Club was a fantastic track to both train and race on.
"The track manager who looks after the turf is doing an excellent job at the moment," she said. "Even in this drought, the surface is extremely fair and safe.
"It's good for the horses, you get a lot less injuries here than at other tracks.
"We're very concerned about horse welfare, particularly with the activism that's around at the moment. The stewards want the horses looked after properly, not just for the industry's image, but for the horses themselves."
Mrs Jarvis will have one jockey race on all five of her horses on Saturday.
"We organised for Brock Ryan to come down this weekend," she said. "There's a meeting on at Nowra on Sunday, so we had to organise that very early.
"We gave him a number of runners to help entice him to come down. He's someone who's ridden Malachi Crunch quite regularly before.
"He also trialed our first-up starter, Duck Gold, last time we were here. He's a really good jockey, he can ride them at any weight, so he'll ride all of ours."
Mrs Jarvis called for people to come down to the track on Saturday to support a fantastic cause.
"I think it should be a good turnout, we're expecting a lot of people down here for the weekend," she said.
"It'll be great if we get a big crowd, but there's usually a good crowd here regardless, so it should be a good day."