Rod Nicholson From: Herald Sun March 20, 2013 10:04am
PETER Moody has a stark warning for the six rivals to Black Caviar in Friday night's Group 1 William Reid Stakes at Moonee Valley - "I reckon she is a good thing to win."
by:Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun March 19, 2013
WITH beads of sweat on his brow, bags under his eyes and rumbling in his stomach, part-owner Gary Wilkie yesterday described the special misery of part-owning Black Caviar.
Ray Thomas From: The Daily Telegraph March 19, 2013 12:30am
BLACK Caviar, racing's sure thing, always dominates betting markets but she threatens to even out-do herself on Friday night.
The world champion sprinter has been listed as the $1.04 favourite in early TAB fixed odds betting for the $400,000 William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun March 19, 2013
TALK of Black Caviar bowing out of Melbourne racing in Friday night's William Reid Stakes may be premature.
Part-owner Gary Wilkie suggested yesterday that a bid for a fourth-straight Patinack Farm Classic in the spring was possible.
Rod Nicholson From: Herald Sun March 12, 2013
BLACK Caviar's farewell to Victorian racing in the William Reid Stakes at Moonee Valley is fast shaping up to be a sell out.
Club chief executive Michael Browell said the demand to be part of Black Caviar's attempt to win her 24th consecutive career win had been overwhelming.
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ONE newspaper named her sportswoman of the year. The Melbourne City Council considered making her queen of this year's Moomba Festival.
One suspects if she was a card-carrying member of the Australian Labor Party, Black Caviar could unseat Julia Gillard as Prime Minister.
25 February 2013
The Age, Patrick Bartley
BLACK Caviar's final Victorian start is expected to attract 25,000 people to Moonee Valley, while Racing Victoria is in negotiations with the AFL and Channel Seven to have the race telecast live at half-time during the opening match of the season between Adelaide and Essendon.
Michael Randall, Leader From: Leader February 23, 2013
BLACK Caviar's upcoming start at Moonee Valley is expected to be her last run in Melbourne.
The mighty mare, undefeated in 23 race starts, will compete in the William Reid Stakes on March 22.
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun February 22, 2013
OWNERS tend to remain in the spotlight only as long as their horse remains on four legs.
With the exception of owning giants like Darley and Coolmore, who always have star horses in waiting, lucky owners drift on and off stage like bit actors.
Black Caviar sprints straight into Hall of Fame to join Sunline as only gallopers inducted while still racing
Rod Nicholson From: Herald Sun February 22, 2013
CHAMPION sprinter Black Caviar has won again - this time as a celebrated member of the Australian Racing Hall of Fame.
The world's best galloper, winner of all her 23 starts, has joined Cox Plate hero Sunline as the only galloper inducted into the elite of the sport while still racing.