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Widden Stud shared this photograph of Black Caviar on her way to the covering shed for her rendez-vous with Sebring earlier this month. What a great sky!

Black Caviar horse racing photo by Scenic Farm
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  • Jennifer Jessen

    Surely after all that she has given there would be consideration after all that she has given. She is still having to pay her way, foal at foot, when will she get her well earned lifetime retirement, without having to produce foal after foal. A risky business, for her- what if she was lost to birthing, imagine the controversy. Give the girl a break, please- the nation loves her, for who she is not for what she is forced to produce. She should have been able to enjoy her foal and be a mamma without becoming a mamma over and over again. This is her time, surely anyone with conscience, can give this girl a real and decent well earned attempt at simply being herself without additional demands.

  • Geoff Richardson

    Jennifer, she's a young mare in the prime of life. She's only being asked to do what she would do naturally in the wild but with the bonus of a very cushy lifestyle. These horses get the best of everything. She will cope with this no problem.

  • Kerry Forward

    This Great mare has retired, she doesn't have to get up before dawn and work out every morning with a rider on her back. She is out in a paddock with her foal, just hanging out, getting the best of everything and passing her great genes onto her offspring.

The Queen of Australian Turf, Black Caviar, has tested positive in-foal to the Golden Slipper Group 1-winning Champion 2YO of Australasia, Sebring. A son of Champion Sire More Than Ready, Sebring, whose oldest progeny are just 4YOs, is arguably the hottest young sire in the country having already produced 10 individual Stakes winners, including Group 1 winners Dissident and Criterion. Undefeated in 25 races, including 15 Group 1 victories, Black Caviar produced her first foal this spring, a beautiful filly by Champion Sire Exceed and Excel. That foal is fondly known around the stud as Little Cav and the world will be watching closely to how this filly progresses, and will be hoping that she has inherited even a fraction of her dam’s amazing talent.

Black Caviar horse racing photo by Scenic Farm
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  • Jennifer Dearden

    Great News - What a wonderful Mare she is - Will look forward to more news.

  • Marian Martinello

    Thank you for the updates. Little Cav is a beauty like her mom. Thank you for sharing the ultrasound image, too. Black Caviar, champion racehorse, perfect brood mare, attentive dam to her foals is truly a wonder horse. She has it all. We are fortunate to know about her and her many achievements.

  • Nicole Sands

    Nicole Congrats to Black Caviar and Team. My question is what do we call our new royalty?? I am calling her BC's Jewel for now!

Black Caviar to visit Sebring

Leading Australian third crop sire Sebring (More Than Ready) has been chosen for Black Caviar (Bel Esprit) this season, and what an exciting mating that looks to be. With 15 winners and 2 Stakes winners already this season, Sebring has really taken the Australian racing scene by storm. He has sired 10 Stakes winners from his first two crops, including G1 winners Criterion and Dissident.

Black Caviar horse racing photo by Fionnuala Timoney

Visit the official Black Caviar website to see a beautiful collection of photographs taken by Georgina Lomax earlier this week: http://www.blackcaviar.net.au/blog/week-1-in-pictures

Black Caviar horse racing photo by Scenic Farm
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  • susan rivers

    Just love the look! Go girl.

  • Christine Durrant

    What gorgeous pics! Thank you so much for sharing. Another Champ in the making I feel.

  • Jennifer Dearden

    Wonderful photo - Love her and her Mum. Congratulations again.

What a beauty! Pictured at 5 days old. Photo: Georgina Lomax.

Black Caviar horse racing photo by Scenic Farm
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  • Jennifer Dearden

    Absolutely wonderful photo - what a great little filly and of course Black Caviar is magnificent.

  • Christine Durrant

    What a gorgeous pic! Even being so young, she looks like she has inherited Mum's awesome rear end.

  • Marian Martinello

    Black Caviar looks stunning, too. This photo shows her dapples. They are a beautiful pair.

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