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Hall of Fame Spot Black Caviar’s Latest Honour

Hall of Fame Spot Black Caviar’s Latest Honour

Already regarded has the world’s best horse, champion mare Black Caviar has been recognised in an official capacity with induction into the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame.

While it is usually customary to wait until after retirement to induct a horse into the hall of fame, the sprinting queen takes her place at the height of her powers.

The six-year-old ...

Racing Hall of Fame Reveals Inductees

Racing Hall of Fame Reveals Inductees

Seven new inductees will be welcomed next week into the prestigious Australian Racing Hall of Fame. As always, Melbourne Cup victors are among the line-up, including three-time Melbourne Cup winning jockey Jim Johnson. Joining Johnson in the jockeys’ category is Harold Badger, winner of six Melbourne Jockeys’ Premierships between 1938 and 1948.

The official ceremony will be conducted in Melbourne ...