The Ben Pearce Yard has accepted with three runners at this stage to the Pinjarra park race club meeting on Wednesday, May 6 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good three the rail is out 4 m.

The first runner for the team Tortosa will come out second up for the stable, in race six in a class one handicap over 1200 m to be ridden by Peter Hall jumping from barrier two in a field of 14.

Tortosa is a six-year-old Bay mare having start number 11 with one win and two placings earning prize-money in excess of $12,000 she joined the stable and trialed on two occasions the latest being at Pinjarra on April 2 finishing second of nine over a thousand metres with Peter Hall aboard, she then raced at Narrogin  finishing at the tail of the field over 1100 with Hall the pilot landing 5.25 lengths from the winner on that occasion.

The second stable runner Lady Natesa will come out in race seven in a heat of the provincial championships over 1500 m with Alan Kennedy aboard jumping from an awkward barrier 15.

Lady Natesa is a four-year-old mare having start number 18 with four wins and three placings earning prize-money in excess of $46,000, she has had a nice preparation this time in winning three in a row however her last two starts of late has seen her finish fourth of nine at Pinjarra over 1400 m with Ben Patterson aboard, then ninth of 13 at Bunbury over 1420 with Jordan Turner the pilot landing five lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:27.58.

The final runner for the team will see Beinn Nibheis enter in  race eight in the Happy Mother's Day 10th of May handicap over 1500 m with Peter Hall aboard jumping from barrier seven in a field of 12.

Beinn Nibheis has raced honestly this campaign with one win at Pinjarra, he is a four-year-old Bay gelding having start number 12 with two wins and two placings earning prize-money in excess of $20,000, recent efforts have been at Bunbury on April 8 finishing second of 13 over 1190m with Hall aboard landing half a length behind the winner and was last seen at Narrogin on April 19 finishing seventh of 10 in a heat of the country championships with Peter Hall aboard arriving 4.5 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:11.46.

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

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