Ben and Daniel Pearce will be represented by a strong team of six runners at today’s Northam meeting.

Not A Single Doubt three-year-old Everything’s Sweet will open proceedings in the second event on the nine-race card, the Looking After Your Mates Maiden (1100m). 

The talented filly made a promising return to the races a fortnight ago when one-and-a-quarter lengths second to Misty Metal.

She’s drawn suitably in barrier four in a field which doesn’t appear to be as strong as her last start and she rates as the horse to beat.

Joseph Azzopardi retains the mount.

Blackfriars mare Larvotto, who also ran second when resuming from a spell a fortnight ago, will again have the services of William Pike when she lines up in the Working With Warriors Maiden (1300m).

The four-year-old will have to overcome barrier nine in an 11-horse field which appears to be tougher than what she last faced, however, with natural improvement expected she still has first-three claims.

Patronize three-year-old Superior Smile will have his second start in seven days when tackling the Talk To A Mate Maiden (1300m) and looks to have found a winnable race.

The gelding raced quite greenly in the straight last week but finished off strongly and looks to be ideally-placed from barrier three in a nine-horse field with Azzopardi aboard.

Consistent sprinter Forbidden Planet will have his 11th start for the preparation in the Regional Mens Health Handicap (1000m) but should benefit from the appointment of senior rider Peter Hall.

Hall has recorded two wins and two placings aboard the Planet Five gelding in the past six times they have combined together.

The pair will jump from barrier two in a six-horse field and rate among the leading hopes.

The Fast Track Pit Stop Maiden (1100m) will see Pearce Racing launch a two-pronged attack with debutant Tap The Go Go and Wild Fusion.

Discorci four-year-old Tap The Go Go will have her first race start in the event on the back of a sound trial effort at Lark Hill when second to Sistakini on August 28.

The mare will jump from barrier five with Jarrad Noske aboard and has first-four claims on debut.

Oratorio three-year-old Wild Fusion will be racing second-up in the same race and should be able to improve on a last-start seventh with natural improvement expected and a much more favourable barrier draw in gate four.

Pike retains the mount and the pair also look to be a first-four chance at odds.

The Pearce yard have a big weekend ahead with Watto’s Fury and Let’s Twist set to race at Belmont on Saturday, while former eastern states galloper A Private Party and leading Boulder Cup hope Pushin’ Shapes head to Kalgoorlie on Sunday.

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