Monday, September 9, 2013

Vasil banking on Sydney trip for Prince Harada

Horseracing Trainer Tony Vasil.

Trainer Tony Vasil. Photo: Ken Irwin

Trainer Tony Vasil will leave on Thursday for Sydney after paying a $50,000 late entry for his high-class colt Prince Harada to start in the $1 million Golden Rose at Rosehill on Saturday.

Vasil said he was happy with the work Prince Harada had done since his unlucky defeat at Caulfield a week ago and also how he had performed in a gallop the Sydney way at Caulfield on Saturday.

''I couldn't fault him. He looks great and we will leave more than likely on Thursday afternoon. It's a 10-hour trip but everything is going well,'' Vasil said.

With the rail in the true position at Rosehill, the 1400-metre feature can cater for 18 starters. However, an inside draw will be important. The final field and barriers will be declared on Tuesday with Melbourne colts Prince Harada ($3.60 favourite) and Fast 'n' Rocking ($4.60) dominating the market.


Prince Harada was the unlucky runner in a rough McNeil Stakes with jockey Brett Prebble, who was on the winner Fast 'n' Rocking, suspended for his part in the interference.

Prebble will be back to ride Fast 'n' Rocking in the Golden Rose with Hugh Bowman on Prince Harada.

And Saturday's Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes has attracted 12 nominations including the Mark Kavanagh-trained Super Cool. Last year's winner Happy Trails, ridden by Damien Oliver, will be striving to go back to back. Oliver will be riding his first metropolitan meeting since his 10-month ban.
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