Peter Sinclair liked the view from near the top of the NSW country trainer premiership, but is unsure if he will get to enjoy it again.
The Moree trainer will resume his quest to match his best-ever season - 45-and-a-half wins, $660,000 in prize money and sixth place on the NSW country trainer premiership for 2019-20 - at Saturday's five-race TAB meeting at Gunnedah.
He has struggling four-year-old mare Samphire Hoe entered in the $12,000 Boggabri Cup (1300m).
Sinclair has had a slower start to this season than last season, with him notching his third win when Beacon won the Moree Cup last Sunday.
"It's the first time we've been up there [that high in the premiership]," he said. "So it was the first time I had a look around up there.
"It will probably be a while before we get back up there."
Sinclair credited his success last season to the skill and loyalty of jockey Brooke Stower, his team and Moree hosting more races than normal.
"I've got the best team of people I've ever had. They are all dedicated and love their jobs."