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A big week on the track for the progeny of Orlando Vici.

A big week on the track for the progeny of Orlando Vici.

Brandlo Prince continues to show his resilience, with the seven-year-old taking out the Warragul Trotters Cup first up for the season on Sunday.

Trainer Chris Svanosio freshened him up after a big campaign at the end of last year, which included the Inter Dominion Champion in Victoria, and the gelding showed the benefit of the break in scoring by 14m off a 30m handicap.

Brandlo Prince boasts 15 wins and $227,000 in earnings.

He is second biggest earner of Orlando Vici’s Australian-bred foals, with only Inter Dominion champion Just Believe ($668,000) with more to his name.

Promising three-year-old Shaq The Anvil, smart mare Adelle and lightly raced Belltopperboy also won for Orlando Vici.

Brandlo Prince and Shaq The Anvil were each bred by Yabby Dam Farms.

Orlando Prince has had nine individual winners this season and has a lifetime record of 19 winners from his 23 Australian-bred starters.

Haras des Trotteurs roster stallion winners/placegetters in Australasia in past week:

1st BRANDLO PRINCE (Orlando Vic Fra) 7yo gelding Victoria

1st AROHA KHOE (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding Victoria

1st SHAQ THE ANVIL (Orlando Vici Fra) 3yo gelding Victoria

1st ADELLE NZ (Orlando Vic Fra) 7yo mare Queensland

1st BELLTOPPERBOY (Orlando Vici Fra) 7yo gelding Victoria

1st SIMONE LINDENNY NZ (Love You NZ) 5yo mare NZ

1st CON GRAZIA LOVE NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo mare NZ

2nd LIAISON NZ (Love You Fra) 6yo mare NZ

2nd SURPRISE TO ME (Used To Me Fra) 5yo gelding NSW

3rd OH NOVA LOVE NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding NSW

3rd KYVALLEY PICASSO (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding Victoria

3rd ABITOFADREAMER (Used To Me Fra) 6yo gelding Victoria

3rd HONEY BOURBON (Sam Bourbon Fra) 5yo mare SA

3rd QUIK SHARNIE NZ (Quaker Jet Fra) 4yo mare NZ

3rd SPELLS OF LOVE NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding NZ

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