The stable will accept with two runners at the Northam race club meeting on Thursday, September 10 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good three the rail position is out 5m, & 3m between the 1600 meter point and the 1000m.

The first of the stable runners will come out in race three with Gigidy Gigidy Goo, to compete in a 1000 m sprint with Peter Hall aboard jumping from barrier 4 with a field of 10 to complete.

Gigidy Gigidy Goo is a six-year-old Bay gelding having start number five having recently raced at Northam on August 20 finishing 11 of 16 over 1300 m with Ms Jerry Noske aboard arriving 10.5 lengths behind the winner on that occasion.

Ben has opted to use blinkers for the first time on the Vain Rancher X Borden commodity.

The second stable runner Prince Friar will come out in race six over 1300m in a 0-68 handicap with Jerry Noske aboard jumping from barrier 10 with a field of 12 to compete first up from a spell.

Prince Friar is four-year-old Bay gelding having start number eight with one win and two placings earning prize-money in excess of $18,000, he is prepared for this via 2 trials, the first of which at Belmont finishing 10 of 10 on August 17 with Jerry Noske aboard arriving 11.75 lengths behind the heat winner, and was last seen in a Lark Hill barrier trial over 950 m on August 31 with improved, third of nine with Jerry Noske aboard arriving 1.5 lengths behind the heat winner in a time of 57.50 for the trip.

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

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