Damien Lane will supply four runners to the Scone race club meeting on Sunday, August 9, with fine conditions forecast racing on a soft five.

The first of the stable runners will see Watta General second up over 900 m with Rachel King aboard jumping from barrier 2 in a field of seven.

Watta General is a four-year-old Bay gelding wearing blinkers for the first time and was last seen at Gosford on July 30 finishing six of seven with Paul King aboard arriving 5.7 lengths behind the winner in the time of 1:00.33.

The second stable runner will see Hawk Eye head out in race two in a maiden handicap over 1300 m with Cody Nestor aboard jumping from barrier one in a field of 11.

Hawk Eye Jack is a four-year-old chestnut gelding having start number seven with only his second start for the Damien Lane team after racing six of 10 at Wyong on July 28 with Paul King aboard in a maiden racing on a soft six finishing four lengths from the winner in a time of 1:22.43.

Race 4 on the card will see Brothers Kingdom head out in a class 2 handicap over 1400 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier four in a field of 12.

Brothers Kingdom is a six-year-old gelding having start number 23 with two wins and one placing earning prize-money in excess of $27,000 last time out he raced at Cessnock on July 7 finishing 11 of 12 with Greg Ryan aboard landing 9.4 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:40.60.

Race six on the program will see Sargeant Bilko compete in a benchmark 65 handicap over all the Jeff Kehoe the pilot jumping from barrier seven in a field of 10.

Sergeant Bilko is seven-year-old gelding having start number 44 with five wins & 16 placings earning prize-money in excess of $60,000, last time out he raced at Wyong on July 28 finishing at the tail of the field with Jeff Kehoe the pilot landing 12.4 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:39.36.

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

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