03/03/2017 2:00PM

Lady Pamela retired to be bred to Uncle Mo

Barbara D. Livingston
Lady Pamela retires with one win in five starts.

ARCADIA, Calif. – Lady Pamela, the well-bred allowance filly owned by Marty and Pam Wygod, will retire from racing and be bred this spring to Uncle Mo, trainer Cliff Sise said.

Lady Pamela, a 4-year-old Tapit filly produced by Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Life Is Sweet, finished seventh as the favorite in an allowance Feb. 24. Sise said Lady Pamela had a “meltdown” in the paddock, her second subpar effort since recovering from colic last fall. Lady Pamela won one of five starts.

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