Ben Pearce will supply 2 runners to the Ascot turf club meeting on Saturday, October 17 with the return to the venue to be run under overcast conditions racing on a good 3 the rail position is out 8m.

Both of Bens runners will compete in race six in the Crown Sports Bar handicap over 1800 m with last start winner, Vital Edition to be ridden by Casey Hunter jumping from barrier five and Don'tgetcaught to be ridden by Troy Turner jumping from barrier 4 with a field of 13 to compete.

Vital Edition is a five-year-old Bay gelding having start number 29 with six wins and four placings earning prize-money in excess of $128,000, recent efforts have been at Belmont on September 16 finishing eight of 14 with Casey Hunter aboard arriving five lengths behind the winner on that occasion in a time of 1:41.69, with his most recent outing being at Northam on October 8 finishing first of eight over a mile with Casey Hunter in charge landing the prize for connections by half a length in a time of 1:35.70 with the last 600m in 34.38.

Stable mate Don'tgetcaught is a five-year-old Bay gelding having raced on 21 occasions for four wins and seven placings earning prize-money in excess of $66,000, recent efforts have both been at Belmont the first of which finishing seven of 10 on September 30 over 1400 m with Troy Turner aboard arriving 3.75 lengths behind the winner and was last seen at Belmont on October 7 finishing second of 9 over 1700m with Troy Turner again the pilot arriving half a length behind the winner in a time of 1:43.23 with the last 600 in 35.71.

Ben has made a gear adjustment for this outing by removing the Bubble Cheeker.

The stable would like to wish connections of these runners the best of luck at Ascot on Saturday.

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