A three-peat success for champion mare Black Caviar who maintained perfect record with third Australian Racehorse of the Year Award
She may be enjoying retirement but unbeaten mare Black Caviar has maintained her official status as the nation’s best equine with a three-peat sweep of the 2013 Australian Racehorse of the Year Awards.
CHRISTIAN NICOLUSSI THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER 28, 2013 9:25PM
OWNER Neil Werrett experienced plenty of nerves when mighty mare Black Caviar raced.
But Werrett is sure to have some sleepless nights this week.
The racing world will find out by Thursday if Black Caviar is pregnant.
Auction on Thursday 10 October 2013
She turned heads wherever she raced, finishing unbeaten with 25 consecutive wins and nearly
$8 million in prize money. Black Caviar will undoubtedly go down as one of the world’s
greatest sporting champions.
“It was something I never thought I’d be involved in, it was rock star stuff and it was unbelievable because all these people were coming to see this horse…and it was OUR horse” -Peter Moody in the hour before Black Caviar’s race at Royal Ascot
GRIFF TAPPER HERALD SUN JULY 31, 2013 8:36AM
A FULL-SIZE bronze statue of champion mare Black Caviar and jockey Luke Nolen is nearing the finish line.
Sculptor Mitch Mitchell has created the work in his Richmond studio, to stand in the main street of the wonder horse's home town of Nagambie, in central Victoria, from October.
MATT STEWART HERALD SUN JULY 29, 2013 9:13AM
PETER Moody revealed yesterday that he had recommended Exceed And Excel to Black Caviar's owners a month ago as the champion's first mate.
Moody said he preferred breeding type to type - in this case speed to speed - as opposed to sending Black Caviar to a more stout sire.
RAY THOMAS RACING EDITOR THE DAILY TELEGRAPH JULY 25, 2013
SHE was the closest racing has ever seen to a certainty on the track but what are the chances of her being successful as a broodmare?
Bookies were hardly generous when framing prices for the mighty Black Caviar during her unbeaten 25-race career. However, the odds seem stacked against her at stud.
CHRISTIAN NICOLUSSI THE DAILY TELEGRAPH JULY 25, 2013
GET ready for Australia's own royal baby to arrive.
One of horse racing's worst-kept secrets was finally confirmed last night with Exceed And Excel named the stallion to be the first to serve wonder mare Black Caviar.
Official Statement by Black Caviar Racing, Black Caviar's owners Gary & Kerrin Wilkie, Neil Werrett, David & Jill Taylor, Pam Hawkes and Colin & Jannene Madden
The world’s most eligible race mare, Black Caviar, is set to be partnered this spring with Darley’s champion Australian stallion Exceed And Excel for her first foal.