Ben Pearce will supply two runners to the metropolitan meeting at the Belmont turf club on Wednesday the 28th of May, where the weather is currently overcast, and a track rating currently a Good 3.

The first of the stable runners was a yearling purchased by Ben Pearce called Prince Friar taking part in the Westspeed nursery thousand meter sprint for two-year-olds with Jared Noske aboard jumping from barrier seven in a field of 11.

Prince Friar comes into this event after two trials the first of which at Belmont early May when the gelding finished fourth of six in the thousand meter heat and was last seen at Lark Hill over 950m with Jared Noske aboard winning that Heat in a time of 55.92 with a three quarters of a length victory in that heat.

Ben is sending the gelding out for the first time in blinkers.

The second stable runner for the stable will venture out in race two in a 0-70 handicap event over a thousand metres for three year olds and up, with the thoroughbred in question definitely older than 3 with Freetime being a nine-year-old Bay gelding having start number 43 with earnings of over $185,000 in prizemoney with six wins recorded.

Freetime will be ridden by Peter Knuckey jumping from barrier five and was last seen running 12th of 13 at Pinjarra on 20th of November 2013, with the Gelding joining the Ben Pearce training establishment with a heat win, as the nine-year-old scored at Larkhill in that trial by eight lengths. The Stable would  like to wish all connections the very best with their runners at Belmont on Wednesday.


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