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All Too Hard, Black Caviar brother, too tough for Futurity field

All Too Hard, the younger half brother of Black Caviar, romped in the 1400-meter Futurity Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. The son of Casino Prince opened up in the final 200 meters to win by three lengths.

 

All Too Hard is expected to start next in the Group 1 Australian Guineas next Saturday. His Futurity win came just a week after Black Caviar added to her undefeated record by picking up her 23rd victory.

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