The stable has prepared 2 runners for the Belmont turf club race meeting on Saturday, October 10 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good three the rail position is out 3 m the entire.

The first of the stable runners will see Bomber Bay head out in race 4 in a BM 60+ handicap over 1200 m with Joe Azzopardi aboard, the runner first up from a spell jumping from barrier five in a field of 11.

Bomber Bay is a four-year-old Brown gelding having start number six with one win and 2 placings earning prize-money in excess of $19,000, after finishing up last preparation at Belmont on May 16 finishing 10 of 11 over 1600 m with Ben Patterson aboard landing 21.75 lengths behind the winner, he then prepared for a Lark Hill barrier trial on September 20 Finishing fifth of 9 over 950 m with Ben Patterson in charge arriving 1.75 lengths behind the heat winner in a time of 56.25.

Ben has made a gear alteration for this outing by adding blinkers to the armour.

The next stable runner will see last start winner Raising Dubai head out in race six in a BM 72+ handicap over 1600 m with Clint Johnston-Porter aboard reducing 3 kg of the 59.5kg posted jumping from barrier five in a field of 10.

Raising Dubai is a six-year-old Bay gelding having start number 43 with seven wins and 16 placings earning prize-money in excess of $267,000 recent efforts have both been at Belmont, the first of which on September 5, finishing fourth of 6 over 2200 m with Ms Jerry Noske aboard arriving 2.25 lengths behind the winner and was last seen at Belmont on September 26 over a mile with Ms Jerry Noske again the pilot landing the prize on this occasion by a length to the nearest rival with a field of eight competing, scoring the victory in a time of 1:38.62 with the last 600m in 36.58.

The stable would like to wish connections of both these runners the best of luck at the Belmont race meeting on Saturday.

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