Hot Harada Litter Beginning To Make Their Mark
WHILE the star of the show is still six weeks away from her anticipated debut, progeny of Good Odds Harada are beginning to make their mark.
12 May 2022
WHILE the star of the show is still six or so weeks away from her highly anticipated debut, siblings from the much touted Good Odds Harada and Book Of Luck litter are beginning to make their mark.
Last Saturday night saw the ultra-talented We Don’t Share score a gripping 29.99 victory in the TAB Million Dollar Chase Maiden Final at Wentworth Park before litter brother Rich Link claimed a decisive 30.24 debut win at the venue on Wednesday.
Both are trained by Andy and Jodie Lord.
We Don't Share is the TAB Million Dollar Chase Maiden Winner – and Mark Duclos is one happy owner!!
Team Lord with their first feature of the night…
— The Dogs (@Thedogs_com_au) May 7, 2022
The impressive winning double continued what has been a strong start to Good Odds Harada’s time at stud with the former Million Dollar Chase hero picking up a number of winners around the traps in recent weeks.
GOOD ODDS HARADA AT STUD
That included a winning double at Bulli on Tuesday with littermates talented Elsie’s Ethics and Winning Ethics both running away for victory for trainer David Smith.
But while a number of his progeny are beginning to demonstrate the chase and tenacity the 36-time winner exhibited during his illustrious racing career, it’s the pending debut of a bitch named Punter’s Bandit that is generating plenty of discussion.
The team did David Smith proud yesterday, with litter-and-kennel mates Elsie's Ethics and Winning Ethics victorious, plus Cooper's Dream rounding the day out with a treble for Smith in a #BON time in R5.
— The Dogs (@Thedogs_com_au) May 11, 2022
On the comeback trail following a recent operation, trainer Andy Lord expects the hugely exciting youngster to make her debut in around six weeks time.
After setting the tracks alight during pre-training, the immensely talented pup was sold to the Punters HQ syndicate for significant money in readiness for her racetrack debut.
With just 10 runners to have graced the track so far, Good Odds Harada has enjoyed a fantastic start with his progeny boasting a 20 percent win strike-rate and 62 percent place strike rate.
And with some extremely talented pups on the way, it’s a figure only expected to escalate for the decorated son of Collision and champion brood Solar Pak.