The Ben Pearce racing yard has prepared one runner in the form of Prince Friar to the Geraldton turf club meeting on Sunday, October 11 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good three the rail position is out 1m.

The lone stable runner on the card will see Prince Friar head out in race three in a class one handicap over 1100 m with Ms Casey Hunter aboard jumping from barrier seven with a field of 9 to compete reducing 2 kg off the 59.5 kg allotted.

Prince Friar is a four-year-old Bay gelding having start number 10 with one win and 2 placings earning prize-money in excess of $18,000 recent efforts have been at Northam on September 10 finishing nine of 12 over 1300 m with Ms Jerry Noske aboard arriving 6.75 lengths behind the winner and was last seen at Toodyay on September 27 finishing fourth of 10 over 1350m in a class one with Ms Casey Hunter the pilot arriving two lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:20.64 after leading the field out in the concluding stages to be run down late.

The stable would like to wish connections of Prince Friar the best of luck at the Geraldton race meeting on Sunday.

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