Breeze up sales and update!

Hi all,
Hasmonean Racing will be looking to add to their string at the upcoming breeze up sales. In order to gauge any interest please get in touch if you think you may be interested in either a sprinter for the current racing season, or a horse with a longer pedigree with a view towards their 3 year old campaign. In order to purchase a sprinter we would need enough upfront interest as they would be racing in a few weeks!! If you haven’t already completed the short questionnaire, we have a link to a few questions about what type of breeze up interests you.

Hasmonean Racing news.

The 2023 flat season is well and truly underway, and Hasmonean racing are also off and running. A satisfactory season opener for Menalippe on Monday 3rd at Newcastle saw her race prominently throughout, but despite beating the well fancied favourite, she perhaps didn’t quite see out the stiff mile to finish 3rd.

We will most likely see Menalippe again in a few weeks time, potentially back at 7f, a trip at which she won twice last season. Danny Muscott was positive following her Newcastle run, and we are all hopeful she will be competitive next time out. James has pencilled in a trip to the Norfolk coast where we may see her run over 7f at Yarmouth on May 2nd.

Mariamne may not be too far behind Menalippe, with a run in early May most likely at this stage. This precocious Dandy Man filly has shown significant improvement in recent weeks, and James has been impressed with her natural speed. She will likely run over 5f on debut, and there’s no reason to suggest she won’t show some early form. She’s nearly race fit, and her willingness to learn the game should stand her in good stead come race day.

Chartwell’s Lady is showing all the right signs at home and she moves like a good horse. She may need a little time to grow into her frame, and the plan is still to see her a little later in the season, possibly after a short break giving her time to grow with assistance of spring grass. James is happy with her progress, and we look forward to seeing her towards the end of summer.

It was exciting to see the closely related ‘Blue Rose Cen’ win the Prix de la Grotte yesterday at Longchamp, ahead of a possible tilt at the French 1000 guineas.
Billiegee’s preparations up to now have gone smoothly, and she is a little ahead of where we thought she may be. The ease at which she has been climbing Warren Hill, added to her natural speed would suggest she may make an appearance as early as June. Nothing seems to phase her, and she is very popular in the yard. Another filly with an exciting future ahead.
We hope you are all as excited as us to see our thriving fillies in action, and if James’ red hot form can continue we could all have a lot of fun this season.
We hope you all have a great week, and look forward to seeing you at the race track very soon.
We will be in attendance at the Craven meeting this week so we look forward to seeing some of you there.
Dean and Oliver
Hasmonean Racing