Sydney Morning Herald, Chris Roots, Chris Roots, February 4, 2012
Matt Stewart From: The Courier-Mail February 04, 2012
BLACK Caviar is likely to be put to the ultimate test - and perhaps the ultimate risk - in Dubai next month.
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun February 03, 2012
BLACK Caviar's limitations, rather than her strengths, will be the key factor when her world tour is mapped out over lunch today.
Everyone from foreman to masseur will make a submission for her owners and trainer Peter Moody to digest.
Sydney Morning Herald 3 Feb 2012
Black Caviar's stride is about 8.33 metres, or 27⅓ feet in old terms, which is about 24 strides over 200m, compared with about 30 for her rivals, says Robbie Waterhouse, enthusiast and bookie.
Brent Zerafa From: The Courier-Mail February 02, 2012
BLACK Caviar is fast becoming more valuable than the ridiculously expensive delicacy she is named after.
Yes, those little black fish-eggs are worth just as much as the invincible horse that has 17 wins from 17 starts.
Adrian Dunn The Daily Telegraph January 31, 2012
BLACK Caviar will not be anchored by a ridiculous impost when weights for the Newmarket Handicap are released next month.
Adrian Dunn From: Herald Sun January 30, 2012
TRAINER Peter Moody and owners will canvas races at Moonee Valley, Dubai, Randwick and possibly Morphettville as Black Caviar's final lead-up to Royal Ascot in June.