Lady Of Camelot, the Golden Slipper winner trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, aims for a Group 1 juvenile double this weekend.

2024 Golden Slipper Stakes winner Lady Of Camelot

Golden Slipper Stakes winner Lady Of Camelot chases another Group 1 Sydney win in Saturday’s 2024 Inglis Sires’ field. Photo: Steve Hart.

She’s among the favourites in the 2024 Inglis Sires’ (1400m) for two-year-olds, one of four elite races kicking off “The Championships” at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

The Inglis Sires’ field features 10 youngsters, with Lady Of Camelot aiming to join Fireburn (2022) as the latest fillies to win both the Golden Slipper and Inglis Sires’.

The consistent Written Tycoon daughter narrowly upset the field in the $5 million Slipper at Rosehill after a close second in Melbourne’s Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m).

This will be her second Randwick start and first since a fourth-place finish on debut last year.

Facing a slightly longer distance (1400m) this time, Lady Of Camelot has drawn barrier six with Blake Shinn in the saddle.

Current Inglis Sires’ betting at Ladbrokes places her second at $4.50 behind stablemate Storm Boy.

Storm Boy leads the Inglis Sires’ odds at $2.80.

The Justify colt seeks redemption after a disappointing third-place finish as the favourite in the Golden Slipper.

He was undefeated before that, including a victory in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m).

Ace hoop James McDonald takes the reins as Storm Boy looks to return to top form.

Waterhouse and Bott dominate the Inglis Sires’ field with four runners.

Prost, a Snitzel colt who won the Canonbury Stakes, and Anode, an I Am Invincible colt making his Group 1 debut, join the fray.

The race remains open with several other contenders.

Michael Freedman‘s filly Manaal, undefeated at Randwick including a recent win in the Group 2 Sweet Embrace, is a $6 hope.

Godolphin‘s Traffic Warden, coming off a big Group 2 Flemington win in the VRC Sires’ over the same distance, is also at $6.

Rounding out the single-figure fancies is Matt Laurie‘s Golden Slipper runner-up Coleman at $9.

2024 Inglis Sires’ Field

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Probable Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 11113 STORM BOY Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott James McDonald 8 56.5kg
2 1×1032 COLEMAN Matt Laurie Damian Lane 9 56.5kg
3 213814 TRAFFIC WARDEN James Cummings Ms Jamie Kah 3 56.5kg
4 3×120 PROST Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Adam Hyeronimus 5 56.5kg
5 1322 ANODE Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark 1 56.5kg
6 4×261 FEARLESS Peter & Paul Snowden Tommy Berry 4 56.5kg
7 743206 VIANARRA Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Ms Rachel King 2 56.5kg
8 538 DUVANA Chris Waller Zac Purton 7 56.5kg
9 4×121 LADY OF CAMELOT Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Blake Shinn 6 54.5kg
10 1×215 MANAAL Michael Freedman Jason Collett 10 54.5kg

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

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