RAY THOMAS THE DAILY TELEGRAPH DECEMBER 29, 2013 10:30PM
THE most expensive yearling ever sold in the southern hemisphere has lost his battle for life.
ROD NICHOLSON HERALD SUN DECEMBER 22, 2013 10:30PM
THE $2.6 million half-sister to the great Black Caviar was pipped on the post on debut in a Bendigo maiden yesterday.
But trainer Danny O'Brien and jockey Damien Oliver said they were far from giving up on Belle Couture despite the inauspicious racetrack start.
ROD NICHOLSON HERALD SUN DECEMBER 17, 2013
AUSTRALIAN champion Black Caviar will make history next month when she is the first Southern Hemisphere galloper to top the World Racehorse Rankings.
The superstar mare will also become the first galloper in the world to top any category for four consecutive years.
CHRISTIAN NICOLUSSI THE DAILY TELEGRAPH DECEMBER 17, 2013
BLACK Caviar's $2.6 million little sister Belle Couture could finally make her debut - in a bush maiden worth $17,500.
Trainer Danny O'Brien yesterday nominated Belle Couture for an 1100m race at Bendigo on Sunday, but remains "a 50/50 chance'' to line up.
LEO SCHLINK THE DAILY TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 14, 2013
THE life of Australia's most expensive yearling - Black Caviar's $5millon half-brother - hangs in the balance.
Known as Jimmy, the unraced two-year-old colt is battling potentially lethal hoof disease laminitis.
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he owners of Black Caviar have revealed that the champion mare is in foal.
The announcement was timed to coincide with the unveiling of a full-size statue of the racehorse in the Victorian town of Nagambie.
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CHAMPION racehorse Black Caviar is pregnant with her first foal.
Breeder Rick Jamieson revealed the legendary mare was carrying a foal moments before her monument in Nagambie was unveiled.
The sire is Exceed and Excel.
Mr Jamieson said he found out the news an hour before the ceremony.
She’s the racehorse that became a sporting legend.
Black Caviar – the best sprinter in the world.
At the end of her stellar career, she remained undefeated over 25 races.
Incredible success guaranteed the thoroughbred mare local and international recognition, as well as a place in the hearts of race goers across Australia.