News About Black Caviar Next Race
Brisbane’s 2013 BTC Cup in early May could be an option for Gerald Ryan’s speedy filly from Sydney Snitzerland if the conditions in Adelaide stop her from vying for the Robert Sangster Stakes – The Goodwood double achieved last autumn by the mighty Black Caviar.
This Saturday Peter Moody will start his 2013 BTC Cup-bound galloper Ready To Rip in the Victory Stakes which will be their first Brisbane assignment since the sprinter was transferred from Queensland to Melbourne last autumn.
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She may have only been officially retired at 3pm (AEST) today but already Black Caviar is set to make her mark in the broodmare business with connections quick to confirm her trainer Peter Moody will be the one to prepare any offspring the world’s best mare produces in the breeding barn over the coming seasons.
After much debate and speculation future racing plans for Australia’s glamour mare Black Caviar were today confirmed by her master trainer Peter Moody at a media conference with the superstar immediately retired from racing.
An emotional Moody was joined by the superlative six-year-olds’ owners at his ...
Stuart Webb’s triple Group 1 winning mare Yosei is set to return to racing in Adelaide Saturday week before heading to Queensland for the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival where a showdown with Black Caviar could be on the cards in the BTC Cup 2013.
The world’s best mare and defending champ Black Caviar is the most notable omission from the 2013 Robert Sangster Stakes nominations, early entries for the Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival classic run on April 27 taken this week.
A decision on where all-conquering mare Black Caviar heads next will be made later this week when trainer Peter Moody sits down with her owners.
After chalking up win 25 in Saturday’s TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, the speculation of her next ...
Australian Derby Day 2013 will forever go down in history as Black Caviar Day after Peter Moody’s outstanding star broke the record for most Group 1 wins down under scoring her 15th elite level and incredible 25th consecutive career victory in the $1 million Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes (1200m).
This year’s Australian Derby Day 2013 betting markets have been taken over by odds-on favourites with the meeting’s three Group 1 features all shaping up as one-horse shows with the likes of Golden Slipper winner Overreach, Randwick – Rosehill Guineas double champ It’s A Dundeel and of course the undefeated queen Black Caviar all at prohibitive odds today.
Today, Saturday April 13, will go down in history as the day Black Caviar notched her 25th turf triumph and surpassed the record with her 15th Group 1 victory as she threatens to steal the show for 2013 Australian Derby Day at Royal Randwick.