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The following is snippets of an article on Racing Victoria following Prince Harada's dominant debut win at Ballarat.


Prince Harada may be given his shot at achieving something his sire couldn’t after making an impressive start to his racing career today at Ballarat.

The two-year-old son of Haradasun, who is prepared by Tony Vasil at Caulfield, unveiled his immense talent with a powerful win in the $17,500 City of Ballarat Maiden Plate (1000m).

After settling behind the leader, Prince Harada showed an impressive turn of foot when presented with a run in the straight to power away from his rivals later and score a 2-1/4-length win with Steven Arnold in the saddle.

Vasil said that at the same age the colt was the equal of his dad, who went on to win three Group 1s across both hemispheres.

“He has always displayed above-average ability,” Vasil said after the race. “I know it was only a two-year-old maiden, but I think potentially he’s a very, very good horse.

“He’s probably shown me just as much at the same stage as his sire. If he could emulate him I’d be pretty happy. He’s a lot sounder and he might last longer.

“Who knows, he might be a nice Caulfield Guineas horse.”

Vasil also trained Haradasun, who burst onto the scene with a 10-length win at Swan Hill on debut. He won the Listed Vain Stakes after a let-up before being spelled following defeat in the Group 3 McNeil Stakes.

Haradasun won the Sydney Group 1 double of the George Ryder Stakes and Doncaster Mile at three, finished third in the 2007 Cox Plate before winning the following year’s Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot after being transferred to Aidan O’Brien.

By Brad Bishop 


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