The Ben Pearce stable will have a hectic day at Pinjarra racing club on Thursday, September 4 with the team fielding six runners on the eight card event to be held under fine conditions with a track rating of a good three announced.

The stable will kick off proceedings with Island Wedding in race one of the day in the Vale Bob Howat maiden over 1200 m with Peter Hall in charge jumping from barrier two in a field of 12.

Island wedding is a four-year-old Bay Mare having raced on two occasions without success, with the best result coming at Narrogin two starts back, finishing fourth in a field of ten over 1190m, running on from the rear to finish strongly over the concluding stages.

She is prepared for this outing via a trial at Lark Hill on August 25 over 930m, when she ran midfield in that heat finishing fifth of 10 5.5 lengths off the winner.

The second stable runner will come out in race for in the 100 club Mandurah Cup Now Selling maiden over 1400m with second starter Un Rayo to be ridden by Alan Kennedy jumping from a wide gate in a field of 12.

Un Rayo is a five-year-old chestnut gelding having start number two after failing last time out at Pinjarra on August 14 over 1200 m when ridden by Alan finishing at the tail of the field 6.5 lengths off the winner on that occasion.

The third runner for the team will come out in the Lark Hill Vets maiden over 1600 m with Dynamic Boy, fourth up this preparation with Kennedy aboard jumping from barrier 12 in a field of 12.

Dynamic Boy is a four-year-old Bay gelding, having contested 3 times this preparation, with the first at Belmont, finishing at the tail the field over thousand metres, then again visited Belmont on July 30 over 1200m, finishing 10th of 14 five lengths off the winner and was last seen racing in an easier assignment at Northam over 1300m, finishing off the race quite nicely to finish fourth of 12.

It is hoped the longer distance and a similar class to last time out, might see Dynamic Boy pick up a bigger end of the prize.

The next stable runner will head out in race six in the Rhino Water tanks over 2000m with Dandi Lou to be ridden by Troy Turner jumping from barrier eight in a field of 12.

Dandi Lou has had a few runs this preparation with the latest couple being two starts back at Belmont on August 13 over 2100m, finishing third of 12 four lengths off the winner when ridden by Joseph Azzopardi, and was last seen at Belmont August 27 over 2100 m with Troy aboard finishing fourth of 11 5.25 lengths from the leader when ridden midfield throughout the trip.

The second last runner for the stable will come out in race seven in the High Gain handicap over 1200 m with Vital Edition returning from a break to be ridden by Peter Hall from the widest gate.

Vital Edition is a four-year-old Bay gelding having start number 12 with two x wins and two x placings earning prize-money in excess of $39,000, last prep ended with a trial at Lark Hill finishing first of six, then travelled to Ascot in the listed Melvista Stakes, finishing ninth of 16 that time out.

He returned for this preparation via a trial at Lark Hill over 930 m on August 25th, finishing sixth of 7, 3.5 lengths off the winner in a time of 56.28.

The final runner for the stable will come out in the last event of the day in the Alcoa Grandstand Cup- 14th Of December handicap over 1400m with Flight Of Fancy, returning from a spell to be ridden by Troy Turner jumping from barrier two in a field of 12.

Flight Of Fancy is a four-year-old mare, having start number eight with two x wins earning prize-money in excess of $16,000, with recent runs seen her finish fourth of 11 at Narrogin over 1700 m with Troy Turner in control finishing a length and a quarter from the winner that time out in the time of 1:47.53, she returned this preparation via a trial at Lark Hill on August 25 over 930m with Turner in charge finishing 3.5 lengths from the winner

The Ben Pearce team would like to wish all connections of these runners the best of luck in their events at Pinjarra on Thursday.


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