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  1. 18:12 - Mahoning Valley, 6f
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  3. 18:30 - Newcastle, 7f 14y
  4. 18:39 - Finger Lakes, 1m 70y
  5. 18:40 - Mahoning Valley, 6f
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  1. 18:00 - Newcastle, 1m 5y
  2. 18:00 - Fort Erie, 5f 110y
  3. 17:45 - Toulouse, 1m 2f 205y
  4. 17:45 - Mahoning Valley, 5f 110y
  5. 17:25 - Newcastle, 1m 2f 42y
Ayr
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  2. 13:20 - 2m 4f 100y (6 ran)
  3. 13:55 - 2m (9 ran)
  4. 14:30 - 2m 4f 110y (4 ran)
  5. 15:05 - 3m 70y (8 ran)
  6. 15:40 - 3m 20y (3 ran)
  7. 16:15 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  8. 16:50 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  9. 17:20 - 2m (11 ran)
Leicester
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  2. 13:40 - 7f (12 ran)
  3. 14:15 - 6f (10 ran)
  4. 14:50 - 6f (6 ran)
  5. 15:25 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 16:00 - 1m 53y (6 ran)
  7. 16:35 - 5f (7 ran)
  8. 17:10 - 1m 3f 179y (18 ran)
Newcastle
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  2. 16:55 - 1m 4f 98y (9 ran)
  3. 17:25 - 1m 2f 42y (13 ran)
  4. 18:00 - 1m 5y (6 ran)
  5. 18:30 - 7f 14y (14 run)
  6. 19:00 - 5f (11 run)
  7. 19:30 - 1m 5y (11 run)
  8. 20:00 - 7f 14y (12 run)
  9. 20:30 - 7f 14y (12 run)
Redcar
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  2. 13:00 - 5f 217y (15 ran)
  3. 13:30 - 5f 217y (19 ran)
  4. 14:05 - 7f 219y (8 ran)
  5. 14:40 - 1m 1f (9 ran)
  6. 15:15 - 1m 2f 1y (13 ran)
  7. 15:50 - 7f (8 ran)
  8. 16:25 - 5f 217y (10 ran)
  9. 17:00 - 5f 217y (12 ran)
Galway (IRE)
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  2. 13:35 - 1m 73y (7 ran)
  3. 14:10 - 1m 73y (17 ran)
  4. 14:45 - 7f (6 ran)
  5. 15:20 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 15:55 - 7f (16 ran)
  7. 16:30 - 1m 3f 180y (13 ran)
  8. 17:05 - 1m 3f 180y (17 ran)
  9. 17:35 - 1m 3f 180y (18 ran)
Wexford (IRE)
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  2. 13:10 - 2m 100y (13 ran)
  3. 13:45 - 2m 100y (10 ran)
  4. 14:20 - 2m 100y (12 ran)
  5. 14:55 - 2m 4f (12 ran)
  6. 15:30 - 2m 7f (4 ran)
  7. 16:05 - 2m (13 ran)
  8. 16:40 - 2m 100y (9 ran)
Marseille-borely (France)
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  2. 12:50 - 1m 2f 96y (16 ran)
  3. 13:25 - 7f 209y (6 ran)
  4. 14:00 - 1m 208y (7 ran)
  5. 14:35 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  6. 15:10 - 1m 208y (6 ran)
  7. 15:45 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  8. 16:20 - 1m 2f 96y (10 ran)
  9. 16:55 - 1m 2f 96y (11 ran)
Strasbourg (France)
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  2. 10:50 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  3. 11:20 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  4. 11:50 - 1m 5f 202y (10 ran)
  5. 12:25 - 1m 5f 202y (11 ran)
  6. 13:07 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  7. 13:42 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  8. 14:17 - 1m 5f 202y (18 ran)
  9. 14:52 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
Toulouse (France)
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  2. 15:27 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  3. 16:02 - 7f 209y (9 ran)
  4. 16:37 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  5. 17:10 - 1m 3f 204y (8 ran)
  6. 17:45 - 1m 2f 205y (7 ran)
  7. 18:15 - 1m 1f 207y (9 ran)
  8. 18:45 - 1m 1f 207y (10 run)
  9. 19:15 - 1m 6f 200y (8 run)
Vaal (RSA)
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  2. 12:05 - 7f 210y (9 ran)
  3. 12:40 - 7f 210y (11 ran)
  4. 13:15 - 1m 1f 208y (7 ran)
  5. 13:50 - 1m 1f 208y (12 ran)
  6. 14:25 - 7f 101y (7 ran)
  7. 15:00 - Abandoned
  8. 15:35 - Abandoned
  9. 16:10 - Abandoned
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Finger Lakes (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:10) - 1m 70y (7 ran)
  3. R2 (18:39) - 1m 70y (7 run)
  4. R3 (19:08) - 1m 70y (6 run)
  5. R4 (19:37) - 6f (5 run)
  6. R5 (20:06) - 6f (6 run)
  7. R6 (20:35) - 6f (9 run)
  8. R7 (21:04) - 6f (5 run)
  9. R8 (21:33) - 6f (8 run)
  10. R9 (22:02) - 1m 70y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:31) - 1m 70y (10 run)
Fort Erie (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:00) - 5f 110y (5 ran)
  3. R2 (18:28) - 1m 110y (6 run)
  4. R3 (18:56) - 6f (7 run)
  5. R4 (19:24) - 6f (8 run)
  6. R5 (19:52) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:20) - 5f 110y (6 run)
  8. R7 (20:48) - 6f (7 run)
  9. R8 (21:16) - 6f 110y (6 run)
  10. R9 (21:44) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:12) - 5f (8 run)
Mahoning Valley (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:45) - 5f 110y (10 ran)
  3. R2 (18:12) - 6f (7 run)
  4. R3 (18:40) - 6f (7 run)
  5. R4 (19:09) - 1m (7 run)
  6. R5 (19:36) - 6f (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:04) - 6f (10 run)
  8. R7 (20:33) - 6f (11 run)
  9. R8 (21:02) - 6f (12 run)
Mountaineer (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:00) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:25) - 5f (9 run)
  4. R3 (00:50) - 5f (6 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (01:40) - 5f (7 run)
  7. R6 (02:05) - 4f 110y (7 run)
  8. R7 (02:30) - 1m 70y (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:55) - 6f (10 run)
Yonkers Harness (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:15) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:35) - 1m (8 run)
  4. R3 (00:55) - 1m (8 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 1m (8 run)
  6. R5 (01:35) - 1m (8 run)
  7. R6 (01:55) - 1m (8 run)
  8. R7 (02:15) - 1m (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:35) - 1m (8 run)
  10. R9 (02:55) - 1m (8 run)
  11. R10 (03:15) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (03:35) - 1m (8 run)
  13. R12 (03:55) - 1m (8 run)
Zia Park (USA)
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  2. R1 (19:30) - 3f 210y (7 run)
  3. R2 (19:57) - 1f 80y (10 run)
  4. R3 (20:24) - 1f 180y (10 run)
  5. R4 (20:51) - 1f 180y (9 run)
  6. R5 (21:18) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (21:45) - 5f (7 run)
  8. R7 (22:12) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  9. R8 (22:39) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  10. R9 (23:06) - 6f (6 run)
  11. R10 (23:33) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (00:00) - 1m (10 run)

Ben Haslam Stable Tour
01 Mar 2019

The much-missed Patrick Haslam, considered by those in the know to have been a master of his profession, would be rather proud of the progress his son Ben has made this winter.

He has proven to be a chip off the old block with a succession of winners on the All-Weather and over jumps, evoking memories of Haslam senior’s success in both codes during a distinguished career in Lambourn, Newmarket and Middleham.

Ben, who cut his teeth with Godolphin in Dubai and Sir Michael Stoute in Newmarket, took over at Castle Hill Stables in 2010 - around seven years before the death of his father - and whilst it’s been a slow burn, the name ‘Haslam’ is clearly back up in lights.

A 20 per cent strike rate on the sand has been supplemented by a string of winners over jumps, including a double for one of his father’s most loyal owners JP McManus at Musselburgh at the end of February.

He has a serious Good Friday Finals Day contender in Castle Hill Cassie and will also saddle the McManus-owned Squouateur - ante-post favourite for the Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase - at the Cheltenham Festival.

“I think father would consider it a miracle that the ship’s still afloat,” says Ben with the modesty you’d expect from a young man who has gone about his job quietly yet meticulously, even though at times - by his own admission - it’s been far from easy.

“When my father died it was very difficult to really focus on the business,” he admits. “It was tough to carry on without him but thanks to the support of some loyal owners and the help I’ve had from my wife Alice and my mother Anne, we’ve finally begun to make a real go of it.

“Mum was heavily involved in my father’s long career and it’s great to have her around the yard. Alice is a brilliant horsewoman with an eventing background. She also worked for John Ferguson and William Haggas, so has a lot of experience, and is an invaluable work rider.

“I’ve got a long way to go to catch my father up, though,” he adds, reflecting on such high profile winners as Group 1 star Kinnaird, Royal Ascot scorer Hawkley, Godstone, Pipe Major and King Revo. “He trained over 1,000 winners on the Flat and over jumps, but I’ve stuck by his principles and it’s finally paying off.

“He used to drill it into me that the most important thing is the programme book. The ability to place horses, particularly the lowly-rated ones, is key. They have to be in the right races - races they can win.”

Patrick, a straight-talking man who trained one of All-Weather racing’s most prolific performers China Castle to win 25 times, would acknowledge his son’s success with a quiet nod with approval. In Ben, his legacy certainly lives on.

Here, the young handler discusses 10 of his key performers with Simon Mapletoft of attheraces.com.

Older Horses
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Epeius
IRE
6
b
Gilda Lilly
Arakan
g
6 b g Arakan - Gilda Lilly
Another big, strong gelding, he has been in great form at Newcastle this year, winning twice over 6f. Dropping him back in trip was the key to him, as he did have a tendency to over-race. I’m keen to try him over 5f, hopefully in 0-70 grade, as I can see him coming home strong off a decent gallop. If the pace collapsed he’s be staying on strongly. Epeius won on turf at Hamilton last summer so I’ll be heading back there, but I’ve got my eye on a high-value claimer at Newcastle later in March that he should be very competitive in.
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Castle Hill Cassie
IRE
5
ch
Angel Bright
Casamento
m
5 ch m Casamento - Angel Bright
We’re really looking forward to All-Weather Championships Finals Day with Cassie, who will almost certainly run in the Fillies’ and Mares’ but will probably be given an entry in the Mile, too. She’s won over the extended 1m at Wolverhampton and ran well enough in Listed company over that trip at Lingfield in November to prove she handles the track. She’d also get a sex allowance in that race so its something to consider. That said, the Mares’ race has always been the main objective. She beat one of the leading contenders Ghazawaat at Wolverhampton in November and then ran a close second to big race favourite Island Of Life in a Fast Track Qualifier over 7f there in the new year. She’ll probably go there fresh and will hopefully be in foal by then. She’s owned by David Redvers, of Tweenhills Stud, so is due to visit Australian sire Zoustar there sometime in March. As a Listed winner on turf, she owes us nothing and I’d be delighted to see her finish in a place.
2943894
Rey Loopy
IRE
5
b
Al Basar
Lope De Vega
g
5 b g Lope De Vega - Al Basar
He’s been a real highlight this winter. He’s a big strapping horse who has started to take his racing really well now he’s strengthened into himself. If I’m honest, the handicapper’s probably been kind - he’s only gone up 6lb for winning two and finishing second four times. He was a bit unlucky at Newcastle last time when he travelled well behind the winner but just didn’t get the room to go through with his challenge. I expect him to continue to run well and hopefully exploit a better mark on turf. He’s 10lb lower so should be able to take advantage of that on good ground on a straight track.
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Blindingly
GER
4
br
Boccassini
Shamardal
g
4 br g Shamardal - Boccassini
My owners were looking for a horse to go hurdling with but we were taken by Blindingly when we saw him at the sales. He’s a lovely big horse who had picked up an injury so John Gosden and Godolphin took the decision to move him on. All he needed was time and we’ve been prepared to give him that. His work has told us all along that he’s a proper racehorse and he’s confirmed that with two promising placed efforts at Newcastle, both against good opposition. We’re delighted to have picked him up for just 12,000 gns. Mark Johnston, who trained his sire Shamardal, insists his progeny don’t get further than 1m, but he does have stamina in his pedigree so I might be tempted to try him over slightly further at some stage. He’s a well balanced horse who will progress on fast ground on turf. I can see him doing well on big galloping tracks like Doncaster and York this summer.
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Displaying Amber
GB
4
ch
Amber Lane
Showcasing
f
4 ch f Showcasing - Amber Lane
When she beat Anthony Britain’s subsequent winner Another Angel at Newcastle in September I thought she’d begin to progress, but she disappointed me after that and has been given a break. The signs at home have been good but she’s lowly rated and needs to get back to that autumn form to justify carrying on for much longer. She just needs to show her ability on the track consistently this year.
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Porrima
IRE
4
gr
El Morocco
Kodiac
f
4 gr f Kodiac - El Morocco
Porimma ran very well in defeat at Newcastle last time. The winner Chosen World had been in good form and just got away from her on a surface that was riding on the quick side. She actually did very well to finish second as she’d had a busy week - she’d been covered by Twilight Son only a few days earlier. I’ll probably step her up to 1m at Newcastle and if she blossoms for being in foal she could easily progress again. I can run her until early May and will also aim her at a fillies’ handicap at Doncaster in April.
Three Year Olds
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Black Kraken
GB
3
b
Stereo Love
Battle Of Marengo
c
3 b c Battle Of Marengo - Stereo Love
This colt is a work in progress and will have learned plenty from his debut run at Newcastle. He’s well bred, being by Battle Of Marengo out of a Champs Elysees mare who won three times herself. He’s typical of one of mine really - a big, scopey sort with a future. He’s been a bit of a handful but I like him. There’s a 10f maiden at Doncaster’s opening meeting that I have in mind for him and as he’s fairly straightforward I think he’ll go on any ground within reason.
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Pinarella
FR
3
ch
Ponte Di Legno
Kendargent
f
3 ch f Kendargent - Ponte Di Legno
This filly showed some ability last year but has strengthened up well over the winter so is probably better than she has shown. She’s a typical Kendargent, and a typical breeze-up horse, in that she’s been quite hot headed and in too much of a hurry. She’s set to make her re-appearance in a 0-65 sprint at Newcastle soon and will hopefully give her owners Ontoawinner a bit of fun.
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Sandret
IRE
3
b
Sava Sunset
Zebedee
g
3 b g Zebedee - Sava Sunset
This son of Zebedee has a big frame so has needed some time and patience, but he was pleasing us at home before making a winning debut in a 6f novice stakes at Newcastle at the end of February. I’d been planning to run him in a novice there before the equine flu postponements so it was great to get another chance in a similar race. He’s been quite highly strung and has needed to grow up mentally as well as physically. If everything goes to plan I’d like to run him in a valuable novice race at Newcastle on Good Friday, though he will have to carry a penalty now.
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Sortamour
3
3
This three-year-old is an un-raced half-brother to Simmie, who was a Listed winner for Sylvester Kirk. He’s an enormous horse who has had a couple of entries but I’ve not been quite able to get him to the track. He works very well and I’m looking forward to giving him some experience. I also have a nice Nathaniel filly who is also an un-raced three-year-old and among a dozen two-year-olds is a Dandy Man colt who is looking quite sharp. He’s a half-brother to Karl Burke’s multiple winner Made Of Honour and should be handy enough to run by the end of April.
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