Damien Lane will supply two runners in the form of Lucky Cash and Pirate Ben to the Cessnock race club meeting to be held on Monday, July 22, the weather is predicted to be fine racing on a soft six the rail is in the true position.

The first stable runner Lucky Cash will head out in race two at 1:22 PM in the wine country motor in maiden handicap over 1150 with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier eight in a field of 14.

Lucky Cash is a four-year-old Bay gelding having start number 24 with seven placings earning prize-money in excess of $22,000 recent efforts have been at Cessnock on July 7 finishing third of 12 over 900 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard arriving four lengths behind the winner in a time of 53.52.

Pirate Ben will be the final Damien Lane runner to head out in the Hybe timber class two handicap over 1570 m with last start winner Pirate Ben to be ridden by Rachel King jumping from barrier seven in a field of 10.

Pirate Ben is a three-year-old chestnut gelding having start number seven with two wins earning prize-money in excess of $18,000, that win come at Cessnock on July 2 finishing first of 12 over 1350 m in a class one with Rachel King aboard arriving 1.5 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:21.22.

The stable would like to wish connections of both these runners the best of luck at Cessnock on Monday.

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