Ben Pearce will take two runners at this stage to the Belmont metropolitan race meeting on Wednesday, August 6 with improved weather conditions lately, supplying the venue a track rating of a good three.

The first of those stable runners will go out in race two in a handicap race over 1000 m with Bellaxena back from a spell jumping from an awkward alley of 12, with Peter Hall aboard in a field of 13.

Bellaxena is a five-year-old Bay mare having start number 17 with one x win and five x placing's bringing about earnings in excess of $27,000, she is prepared for this outing via a trial at Larkhill on July 18 over 950 m when ridden by Alan Kennedy finishing a quarter of a length off the winner on that occasion.

The final runner for the yard will come out in race eight in a handicap event over 1000m with Bienn Nibheis, second up from a spell with Peter Hall aboard jumping from a wide alley in a field of 16.

Beinn Nibheis is a four-year-old Bay gelding having start number five with one victory coming about at Narrogin on March 28 over 920m, taking out that event by a length and a half, and was last seen racing at Belmont on July 16 with Jarrad Noske aboard finishing sixth of 14, 3.25 lengths off the winner on that occasion.

the Ben Pearce yard would like to wish all connections the very best with their runners at the Belmont metropolitan meeting on Wednesday.

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