Ben Pearce has accepted with three runners for the Pinjarra park race club meeting on Sunday, March 29 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good three the rail is on the inside position.

The first of the stable runners Bomber Bay will come out in race 4 in a maiden over a thousand metres with Ben Patterson to ride from an awkward 18 alley, at this stage he is also second emergency.

Bomber Bay is a three-year-old gelding having start number 2 having resumed this time in with a Bunbury barrier trial on March 17 finishing first of eight over 1000m with Paterson the pilot winning the heat by 1/2 a length.

The second stable runner Beinn Nibheis will come out in race seven in 1200 meter handicap with Peter Hall the pilot jumping from barrier six in a field of 16, third up from a spell.

Beinn Nibheis is a four-year-old gelding having start number nine with one win and one placing earning prize-money in excess of $8000, since returning this preparation, he had raced at Narrogin on February 20 finishing third of 10 over 930 m with Hall aboard arriving a lip to late on that occasion and was last seen  at Bunbury on March 12 finishing fourth of 11 over a thousand metres with Brad Rawiller in charge going down by under half a length that time out.

The final runner for the team will come out in race eight in a BM 60+ handicap over 1400 m with the inform Lady Natesa, looking for four wins in a row with Ben Paterson aboard jumping from barrier seven in a field of 11.

Lady Natesa is a four-year-old mare having start number 16 with four wins and three placings earning prize-money in excess of $45,000, this preparation has delivered her best results with the first win at Narrogin on February 20 beating home a field of 10, then at Ascot on March 4 over 1400 m with Ben Patterson aboard landing the prize by .25 of a length to the nearest rival and was last seen winning at Bunbury on March 12 finishing first of 7 over 1400 m in the State Of Origin with Dominic Tourneur the pilot scoring by just on half a length on the line to the nearest rival in a time of 1:26.21 for the trip.

The stable would like to wish connections of these three runners the best of luck at Pinjarra on Sunday.


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