The Queen of Australian horse racing, Black Caviar, has claimed her 24th straight victory last Friday night at Moonee Valley. She pulled away from the field in the William Reid Stakes (1,200m) enjoying one of her more comfortable wins.
She has now equalled Kingston Town’s 14 Group 1 wins record set in the 1980’s. Black Caviar’s trainer Peter Moody is thrilled with the form of the Mare, “She’s going super. It’s scary how well she’s going.
“The only thing that will stop her running will be wet tracks.” Insisted Moody.
Her next race will be the T.J. Smith Stakes at Royal Randwick on April 13. The Group 1 $1 million sprint will likely be Sydney’s last chance to see the champion horse in action.
Where she will run after early April will not be considered until she completes the T.J. Smith Stakes at Randwick. Domestic races in Brisbane & Adelaide are a possibility, and another shot at Royal Ascot is also on the cards, while the unpopular idea of retirement has also been mooted.