Lady of Camelot won the 2024 Golden Slipper

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Sam Hayes
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High hopes for Lady of Camelot for 2024 and beyond.

Lady of Camelot shook the field to win the 2024 Golden Slipper at Rosehill Gardens

News Insights

  • Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott win another Golden Slipper.
  • Lady of Camelot came home in style to clinch the famous race at Rosehill Gardens.
  • Favourite Storm Boy struggled to keep pace.
  • Connections are hoping that Lady of Camelot can kick on in 2024.

It is a race that always gets punters and online betting sites and once again, the Golden Slipper at Rosehill Gardens didn’t disappoint. 

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott seemed fated to have a winner in 2024, with 7 runners in the race and it was Lady of Camelot who came out on top.  

The Golden Slipper always makes for compelling viewing, with the 1200m trip providing a hugely entertaining watch for punters and Aussie bookmakers alike. 
Once again in 2024, the biggest and best in the country lined up at Rosehill Gardens and it was a contest that will live long in the memory. 
Lady of Camelot was the filly that many people overlooked in the busy betting ring but she came good on the biggest stage of all, to bag a big Golden Slipper triumph. 
Lauding over the Lady 

The frenetic speed from the outset at Rosehill Gardens looked to be significant and so it proved down the home straight. 
Hotly tipped picks such as Switzerland and Storm Boy were always behind the 8-ball and the increase in speed, left plenty of gaps in the field for some horses to exploit. 
Lady of Camelot was pushed into contention by Blake Shinn and once again, the 2-year-old stood up to be counted and bagged another huge win for the Waterhouse and Bott juggernaut. 
Excellent eight for Waterhouse 

As one of the biggest races on the Australian calendar, the Golden Slipper always gets pulses racing and for Gai Waterhouse, it holds a special place in her heart. 
Lady of Camelot coming home in first place gave Waterhouse her 8th Golden Slipper win, simply adding to her grandeur in big races with punters and online betting sites
Adrian Bott was trackside to bellow Lady of Camelot home and his partnership with Gai Waterhouse continues to go from strength to strength. 
Couldn’t kick up a Storm 

Heading into the race, Lady of Camelot was not seen as the principal offering in the Golden Slipper for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott. 
Storm Boy was the hot favourite Australian punters and horse racing betting apps but when it mattered most, Storm Boy struggled to keep up with the pace and ultimately finished 3rd. 
Switzerland was another horse that couldn’t quite cope with the pace, with Coleman coming home in 2nd place at a healthy price of $40.00.

Lady of Camelot was a hugely impressive winner in the Golden Slipper for her training duo of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, a result that shocked a few punters and online betting sites

Expectations will inevitably rise for Lady of Camelot and she will have to manage that for the remainder of his career.