ONE little piggy went to market, while the other little piggy went home.
The Leader can reveal one little piggy had roast beef, while the other had none.
And, the rest of the little piggies went "wee, wee, wee, wee" all the way to The Pub.
One question remains; which little pig will bring home the bacon at the first pig races to raise funds for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter service since COVID-19 hit?
Win or lose it's a great day out for the family to support a good cause, The Pub Group owner Craig Power said.
"It's an event we've held at Southgate a few times before but we decided to take it out to The Pub where there's a bit more area to make it an experience," he said.
"A lot of our customers and people we've known over the years have needed the help of the chopper so it was an obvious one to support.
"It's local, it's important to the whole area and we have always supported it."
People can bid on a pig at auction before the big race and while they might win something themselves, the rest is donated to the chopper.
The races couldn't go ahead during COVID, and Mr Power said he looks forward to bringing it back.
"It's all about the family, it's about the kids, mums and dads coming down and it's definitely not an adults only thing," he said.
"We'll make it into a big family fun day with face painting and jumping castles and stuff like that for the kids, plus the hotel will be open for lunch on the day."
The pig races are on Saturday June 12 from 1pm at The Pub.