Ray Thomas The Daily Telegraph February 22, 2013
THE normal standards of excellence in thoroughbred racing don't apply to Black Caviar. We haven't seen her like before and probably never will again.
Black Caviar is not just a champion racehorse, she is a national institution.
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun February 22, 2013
NO ONE should have a problem with Black Caviar galloping into racing's Hall of Fame.
In fact I'd have had her gallop straight into Legend status, along with 'Old Jack' Carbine.
Peter Moody confirmed this morning at Caulfield that Black Caviar would not be among the first acceptors for the Group 1 Lexus Newmarket Handicap to be run at Flemington on March 6.
Peter Moody claims Newmarket Handicap is unlikely target for Black Caviar yet fails to rule it out completely
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun February 18, 2013
THE door remains slightly ajar for Black Caviar to try to smash her weight-carrying record in the Newmarket Handicap.
Trainer Peter Moody said yesterday the March 9 Newmarket at Flemington was not a likely target but there was some justification in running, despite a sobering burden of 61.5kg.
By Brendan Cormick From: The Australian
February 18, 2013 10:10AM
After her history-making, record-breaking return to racing at Flemington on Saturday, only the next best horse in trainer Peter Moody's stable stands between Black Caviar and a start at the same track in the $1 million Newmarket Handicap on March 9.
Brent Zerafa From: The Daily Telegraph February 18, 2013
MORE than one million Australians tuned in on Saturday to watch Black Caviar's Lightning Stakes win - and that doesn't include the countless number of people who cheered her on in TABs, pubs and racecourses.
Matt Stewart From: Herald Sun February 17, 2013
THEY'VE tried everything to budge racing's immovable object.
But in Melbourne, racing's heaving crowds have remained fleeting, a thing of spring.
Ray Thomas From: The Daily Telegraph February 17, 2013
THE nation always stops for the Melbourne Cup - and whenever Black Caviar is racing.
The mighty mare's comeback in the race named in her honour at Flemington yesterday had everyone talking and watching.
Black Caviar's relentless march to immortality continues with extraordinary Lightning Stakes victory
Rod Nicholson From: Herald Sun February 17, 2013
BLACK Caviar is back with a boom. Bigger, better - and faster - than ever.
In a comeback after a seven-month break, the champion mare blitzed her rivals in the race named in her honour, the Black Caviar Lightning, and broke the track record that has stood for 25 years.