SERVING CAVIAR

  While Frankel was redefining greatness in the Northern Hemisphere – to the degree that he brought about a recalibration of the International Classification – the two years older Black Caviar was compiling her own remarkable record in Australia. In fact in terms of the lengths of her domination, Black

ROYAL ASCOT – DAY FIVE: BLACK DAY

The Diamond Jubilee Stakes (gr. I) was probably the most eagerly awaited contest of the Royal meet, as it featured Australian wonder-mare Black Caviar – officially rated the World’s  number one sprinter – trying to extend her undefeated record to 22. Starting for the first time outside her native land,

DECONSTRUCTING BLACK CAVIAR – WHAT WERE THE REASONS BEHIND THE MATING THAT LED TO THE CHAMPION?

The brilliant victory of Black Caviar in today’s MRC C.F. Orr Stakes (gr. I) – which took her record to 18 wins in 18 starts – gives as an excuse to post an article of her pedigree that ran in the Australian publication “Inside Breeding” last year, and explored the potential reasoning