Khalifa Dasmal’s colours were carried to an impressive debut success by Lady Of Shalott (2f Camelot-Silent Act, by Theatrical) at Yarmouth on Tuesday.
It was another impressive first-crop success for Camelot as the David Simcock-trained filly hit the front in the final furlong of he mile novices’ contest, finishing two and three-quarter lengths clear of the field.
Ron Wood, analysing the race for the Racing Post, commented: “This was a really quite impressive start, (Lady Of Shalott) cruising into contention before finding plenty. She became just a second successful 2yo newcomer from 24 such runners for David Simcock this season, and the other winner, Teppal, followed up. This filly could be smart.”