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Black Caviar Officially the World’s Best Horse

Black Caviar Officially the World’s Best Horse

Black Caviar has been rated the world's best racehorse

Australia’s superstar mare Black Caviar has officially been recognised as the world’s best horse with the release of the first international rankings for 2011.

The Bel Esprit four-year-old has been rated 130 in the world rankings and in the Peter Moody-trained mare’s typical record breaking style has achieved another unprecedented feat ...

2010 Japan Cup Field and Tips

2010 Japan Cup Field and Tips

This years 2010 Japan Cup field lines up for prizemoney of 528 million yen or in Australian terms is $6.5 million which makes it one of the worlds most prestigious races to win. Japanese horses are very competitive and its not hard finding many tips for the locals their best hopes this year appears to be Buena Vista and Nakayama ...