Adrian Dunn From: Sunday Herald Sun November 06, 2011
BLACK Caviar's legend grew as did her bank balance with extraordinary speed, as the world champion sprinter stretched her unbeaten record to 16 in the Patinack Farm Classic at Flemington.
Michael Manley From: Herald Sun November 05, 2011 2:38pm
THERE'S a piece of Movietone News footage from 1930 in which jockey Jim Pike tells an interviewer that the only way the great Phar Lap will be beaten is "if they breed 'em with wings and get Kingsford-Smith to ride 'em".
Kingsford-Smith is long gone and there are still no winged horses.
Graeme Hammond From: Sunday Herald Sun November 06, 2011
ON A day of bright sunshine and vast expanses of even brighter sunburn, champion mare Black Caviar turned on a fittingly scorching run at Flemington to extend her winning streak to a very sweet 16.
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Rod Nicholson From: Herald Sun November 03, 2011
THE public should head to Flemington on Saturday to admire a champion, not concern itself about the depth or quality of the field that takes on wonder sprinter Black Caviar.
Fields for Saturday’s Emirates Stakes Day card at Flemington have been finalised
Unbeaten equine superstar Black Caviar will have six rivals for competition when she shoots for a 16th straight win in Saturday's $1 million Group 1 Patinack Farm Classic at Flemington.