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Black Caviar Preparing for Ascot Trip

Peter Moody was standing around some of Australia's best thoroughbreds at his soggy stables in Melbourne, but had time to take a telephone call inquiring about one of them.
 
As usual, it was about Black Caviar.
 
The 5-year-old mare owned by a consortium of families and friends, some Melbourne-area vegetable growers, has won 19 races in 19 starts.
 
She'll get a chance to make it 20 in a row after Moody nominated Black Caviar to run April 28 at Morphettville in South Australia state. Then she'll take her sprint show overseas to Britain's Royal Ascot in late June.


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