A $450,000 Inglis Easter purchase from Yarraman Park, promising Deep Field filly Hallett made a winning debut at Randwick on Wednesday to keep the juvenile winning run going for the all powerful Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable.

Competitive without winning in her two lead up barrier trials, Hallett was sent out favourite for the fillies maiden over 1000m and scored a stylish three-quarter length win for Tim Clark over the fast finishing Godolphin runner Pinito.

“She’s been a bit on the back foot in her trials, but today she began really well and that helped me in positioning her into a place from which she could win,” Clark said.

“I was confident I was always going to pick the leader up and she held the rest at bay nicely. She’s always been a filly with good quality and she’ll keep improving through the grades.”

Bred by Allam Racing and foaled and raised at Yarraman Park, Hallett was bought by Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing / Kestrel Thoroughbreds and runs for a syndicate of stable clients.

She is a half-sister to stakes-winner Madeira Sunrise and is the second foal and second winner from stakes-placed Savabeel mare Indrabeel, a full sister to Group I placed stakes-winner You’re So Good. Hallett’s grand-dam is a three-quarter sister to dual Group I winner mare Melito from the Pampas Fire branch of the famed Summoned family.

Indrabeel has no yearling for the sales this year, but did produce a filly by Toronado (IRE) last spring.

Yarraman Park will offer 17 entries at Inglis Easter this year, 12 of them by champion sire I Am Invincible.