Visiting Swedish reinswoman Linda Hoijer is hoping to return to Ballarat trots next Thursday for more drives.
She made her Australian driving debut at Bray Raceway on Wednesday night.
Hoijer had two drives, each for Bolinda trainer Allsion Alford, but unfortunately had no luck and finished well back in each race.
They included her first time at the reins of a pacer.
Hoijer, who has driven close to 100 winners, said she had enjoyed the experience and was looking forward to getting another opportunity.
The two events were telecast in Sweden.
She was accompanied to Ballarat by Harness Racing Australia chief executive Andrew Kelly and will attend the NZ Trotting Cup on Tuesday before embarking on the next leg of her Australian visit.
She also spent Thursday at the Victoria Oaks meeting at Flemington.
Hoijer oversees the equivalent of Harness Racing Victoria’s integrity department in Sweden.