News About Australian Horse of the Year

Black Caviar Out Of 2012 Spring Racing Carnival

Black Caviar Out Of 2012 Spring Racing Carnival

Black Caviar will be absent from the Spring Racing Carnival later this year after trainer Peter Moody announced that the super mare will be rested. Fuelling speculation that the unbeaten star of the track has run her last race, Moody decided not to prepare her for what would have been the fourth spring carnival of…

Black Caviar Wins Australian Horse of the Year 2011

Black Caviar Wins Australian Horse of the Year 2011

Peter Moody’s undisputed queen of the turf Black Caviar was officially crowned the 2011 Australian Racehorse of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremony on Sunday night at Melbourne’s Crown Palladium. Honoured with Australian racing’s premier equine award, brilliant Bel Esprit mare Black Caviar became the fifth mare in the past seven years to win…

Sepoy Heads Danehill Stakes 2011 Nominations

Sepoy Heads Danehill Stakes 2011 Nominations

Peter Snowden’s brilliant colt Sepoy is preparing for their second-up run on Saturday having been nominated for the 2011 Danehill Stakes at Flemington’s debut spring meeting, where they will start odds-on favourite to remain unbeaten as a three-year-old. The son of Elusive Quality won four of their five starts as a juvenile last season including…

Black Caviar Horse Racing at Home ’till June

Black Caviar Horse Racing at Home ’till June

Peter Moody, trainer of unbeaten sprint champion Black Caviar, has confirmed the six-time Group 1 winner will remain on Australian shores during the coming racing season, plans for her to race in Japan this year now shelved. Connections of the brilliant Bel Esprit four-year-old have also said a trip to Hong Kong in December, where…

Moody has More than just Black Caviar on his Spring Menu

Moody has More than just Black Caviar on his Spring Menu

This year’s Melbourne Spring Carnival is shaping up as a beauty for premier Victorian horseman Peter Moody, and not only because of the highly-anticipated return of his undefeated turf queen Black Caviar. While the racing world is in a frenzy over the chance to again back the best horse in the world, six-time Group 1…

Horse of the Year & Hall Of Fame Take Over the Nation

Horse of the Year & Hall Of Fame Take Over the Nation

The highly prestigious annual Australian Horse of the Year and Hall of Fame awards will now become genuinely national events with Racing Victoria (RV) successful in their proposal for the Australian Racing Board (ARB) to take over administration of the events. Starting from this year, Racing Victoria will begin to shift duties for the selection…