Andrea Dailly's chasers continued the Victorian trainer's sensational run of form at Wentworth Park, when all three finalists placed to give the kennel the trifecta in the Group 3 Evans & Son Jewellers Ladies Bracelet.
It was sister of star sprinter Fernando Bale, Elfen Bale winning by a neck over race favourite Dyna Nico, and Spring Leaf finishing in third.
Recording 29.80, Elfen Bale, the daughter of Kelsos Fusileer x Chloe Allen, lead throughout after she stepped well and went stride for stride with kennelmate Dyna Nico.
The victory the first Group win for Elfen Bale, which will stand her in good stead as she now heads towards the Sapphire Crown at Sandown Park.
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Ron Bell prepared Senorita Pearl took out the Evans Family Appreciation stake (Race 6), clocking best of the night figures of 29.77.
Speaking after the event, Bell said it was a thrill to win the Appreciation stake which carried with it a gold ring and fantastic to see sponsors such as Evans & Son Jewellers remaining supportive of the industry.
Other winners on the card included Smooth Number for Allen Hansen, who took out the second of Wentworth Park's Ladbrokes Monthly Medal. A 4/5th grade 720m event, Smooth Number made the most of the inside draw (box 2) to win in 42.28 over Mr. Corsair and Rexy Skeeta. Thanks to Ladbrokes, Allen collected an additional $1,800 in prizemoney, taking the race total to $6,900.
Wentworth Park's next Group feature event is the Group 1 Rapdivite Peter Mosman, with heats to be held on Saturday, June 8. Racing will continue at Wentworth Park however on Monday, May 4 with five heats of the Ladbrokes.com.au $10,000 Maiden series.