Series of on-course Black Caviar banners set to go under the hammer for charity
Devotees of superstar mare Black Caviar have the chance to add some exclusive memorabilia to their collections with a series of on-course banners set to go under the hammer from tomorrow.
South Belgrave Football Club capped its Celebration of Black Caviar fundraiser the only way the great mare knows how, by remaining undefeated.
Arguably the biggest event in the club's 67-year history, the day had twin goals: to stay unbeaten and raise funds for a $2 million redevelopment of the club's facilities.
PETER ROLFE HERALD SUN JUNE 13, 2013 8:00PM
TURF queen Black Caviar has been honoured with a new exhibition at the National Sports Museum.
The equine star, who captivated crowds from Flemington to Royal Ascot, remained unbeaten in an amazing 25-race career, earning almost $8 million in prize money before her retirement in April.
World Champion mare Black Caviar celebrated at National Sports Museum
The National Sports Museum and the Australian Racing Museum have joined forces to celebrate the achievements of champion Australian racehorse Black Caviar with a special display, The Glow of Legacy: Black Caviar’s Perfect Record.
by Rail Express — last modified Jun 12, 2013
The Australian rail industry now boasts its own Black Caviar, with Chicago Freight Car Leasing Australia (CFCLA) officially naming one if its locomotives after the famous racehorse.
CFLCA named a new $6m locomotive in honour of Australia’s most famous racehorse of the current era, Black Caviar.
ROD NICHOLSON HERALD SUN JUNE 06, 2013 1:50PM
CHAMPION sprinter Black Caviar is to have a permanent rails run - a locomotive has been painted in her famous salmon and black colours.
The undefeated mare's owners will gather in Sydney tomorrow (Friday) to catch a train to Gosford where the locomotive - built for the mining industry - will be unveiled.
CONOR RYAN FREE PRESS LEADER JUNE 05, 2013 9:52AM
SOUTH Belgrave Football Club is putting on a party for its most famous supporter.
The Saints will celebrate all things Black Caviar next weekend, thanks to her former trainer, club supporter and local resident Peter Moody.
She thrilled the racing world with her unbeaten career, but now we want Black Caviar to be just a horse again
MATT STEWART SUNDAY HERALD SUN MAY 19, 2013 10:02AM
THE lottery of the racetrack may be best explained by the story of the two residents of a paddock on the outskirts of town.
One of them is an old gelding called Definitive, who started life famous, the son of aristocrats. Then it all went downhill because he failed racing's first requirement. He was slow.