Apprentice Rachael Murray hopes to continue her blazing form when she partners Nip of Time in the Schweppes Handicap (1200m) at Canterbury Park this Wednesday, reports Racing NSW.

Murray, 25, won three races in succession - all on different courses - by guiding home Denman Flyer at Queanbeyan and Nip of Time (Wyong), before winning the Gooree Cup at Mudgee on Shazza's Bubbles.

The apprentice continued her impressive form by winning on $8 chance Stylish Lad for Clarry Conners at Kembla Grange on Saturday.



Rachael Murray [pictured left] only recently joined the Michael Costa stable at Warwick Farm and has now ridden 199 winners including 10 Metropolitan winners.

Costa has booked Murray to partner Nip of Time who is lining up for her third successive victory, the filly having won both starts this campaign at Wyong over 1000m and 1100m.