The beautifully bred Camelot filly Lady Of Shalott made it two wins from just six outings with a game win for Kerrin McEvoy and Kris Lees in the Tab.Com.Au (BM70) over 1550m at Canterbury on Friday.
Lady Of Shalott has been the soul of consistency thus far, with the three-year-old filly having finished unplaced just once in her six outings to date.
She is out of the Stravinsky mare Very Trying –whose Australia Stakes winning third dam Voltage also ranks as the dam of G1 winners Anamato (Schweppes Oaks) and Drum (Oakleigh Plate) respectively.
Voltage is also the second dam of multiple G1 winner Grand Armee.
Lady Of Shalott’s fifth dam Electric Belle is also the granddam of the promising sire Wylie Hall and the latter’s G1 Hong Kong Sprint winning half-brother Absolute Champion.
This is also the family of recent G1 BCD Group Sprint winner, and former New Zealand champion, Melody Belle.
A son of multiple champion sire Redoute’s Choice, Wylie Hall won or placed in 15 of 21 outings (earning over R3.6 million in the process), with his wins including the G1 Champions Challenge and 2013 G1 SA Derby.
The regally bred bay, whose very first starter, Wily Lass, was a winner on debut, has three lots on offer at next month’s Cape Yearling Sale.
– Cape Breeders Club