The stable will saddle up one runner at Hawkesbury on Friday, 18 November with Pirate Jack to compete under fine conditions racing on a good (4), the rail position is in the true. The sole stable runner for the team Pirate Jack is looking to advance on a recent run of wins after back to back victories see the runner eyeing three in a row, Tye Angland to ride jumping from barrier seven with a field (8) to compete in the BM 59 handicap over 2000m.

Pirate Jack is a seven-year-old Bay or Brown gelding having raced on 21 occasions for three wins and two placings earning prize money exceeding $42,000 recent wins have both been at Gosford, the first of which on November 01, in a picnic class B with Ms Annelise King, landing the prize by 2.30 lengths with the latest at the same venue on November 9 finishing first of seven in a class one set weights over 2100 m with Josh Parr the pilot landing the prize by 0.80 lengths in front of the nearest rival in a time of 212.45.

The stable wishes connections the best of luck at Hawkesbury, Friday.

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