Racegoers will dress to the nines and flock to the track for the annual Cloncurry Cup on today.
The first race will jump at 1pm and the final race at 3:55pm at one the biggest local race meeting of the year.
Saturday’s five-race program offers up a combined $37,000 prize-purse, with the cup dishing out $12,000.
Twelve horses will take to the track for the Cup, which will be the last race of the day.
Last year’s winner Holey Gadoley will be a strong contender for a top three placing.
Race five will feature as part of Racing Queensland's Country Cups Challenge.
The $70,000 Country Cups Challenge final will be held at Doomben on December 1.
At the Mount Isa qualifier last week, club president Dan Ballard made sure Expat Envy was first past the post, meaning the six-year-old gelding is off to Doomben.
Good Job Bro who placed second last weekend and will be looking to lock down a win in the Curry Cup.