The action returned to the Horsham and District Racing Club on Monday, with its eight-race Spring meeting taking place on a wet and windy day.
Due to restrictions, the meet was held with no spectators in attendance.
In the third, Jockey Declan Bates had a day to remember riding three winners, including the Paul Preusker-trained Watch Hill.
Speaking on Tuesday, HDRC president Jason Merlo said the event was "pretty good".
"It was probably disappointing because we didn't have anybody there," Merlo said.
"But we got through it so no complaints. Everybody was happy."
Merlo noted that high-profile trainers like Tom Dabernig, Tony McEvoy were in attendance.
"It was good to see a lot of big name trainers there," he said.
"I haven't seen them there before in my life.
"A lot of the Warrnambool trainers were there, such as Lindsey Smith, Daniel Bowman and Symon Wilde.
"Paul Presker had a few, and Simon David had a couple as well.
"The wins were spread over a lot of trainers."
Merlo's focus will now turn to the Club's next race meet, the Horsham Cup, scheduled to be held on October 17.
At this stage, it is unknown as to whether crowds will be permitted at the event.
However, it is unlikely given that the Victorian Government's roadmap indicated that crowds won't return until around November 5.
"They'll let us know in the next couple of weeks," Merlo said.
"We'll see what goes on. If they let crowds on course it wont be many."
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