Pirate Ben Looking At 3 In A Row, This Time Out At Hawkesbury
Nov 17, 2016
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 Tab.com.au 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.