The Ben Pearce prepared Bienn Nibheis took part in race seven on the Pinjarra card in a 0-64 handicap over 1200 m with Peter Hall aboard leaping from barrier six in a field of 14.

As the gates flew back in the Andrew Ralph Diamond jewellers 1200 meter event the first runner into stride was Macrawfys Hope Le Nizam was in second with Tramquilla Sunrise, followed by Remuneration whom was fourth on the plastic with Beinn Nibheis with only 2 runners behind the Ben Pearce trained commodity on settling.

Around the side, the field bunched up for the run in Macrawfys Hope was still the race leader, Le Nizam  was still second Tramquilla Sunrise was out deep with  Remuneration still posted on the fence, with Bienn Nibheis having only one behind it, that being the ambulance as they cornered and straightened for the run in.

Into the straight Macrawfys Hope was still prominent passing the 200m, Beinn Nibheis was called upon by Hall and threaded the needle, running past the competitors as if they were stationary, and in doing so drawing to the line with the beautifully prepared commodity not only picking up the race leader, but had the audacity to beat it by three quarters of a length on the line in a fantastic showing by the four-year-old Danehill Express product, beating home the cheeky Macrawfys Hope who put in a game effort with Hurritdanz flying down the outside to secure the bronze.

It was a great effort by Bienn Nibheis to reward his connections Mr B M Pearce, Mrs R S Blyth, Mr J Blyth from what one would of thought was an almost impossible position in the running. A great result for all.

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