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Black Caviar will be back in 2013

Black Caviar

Black Caviar will be given the chance to add to her unprecedented race record in 2013.

 

The champion mare's trainer Peter Moody this afternoon confirmed that, in consultation with the owners, a decision had been made to embark on another racing preparation with the six-year-old daughter of Bel Esprit.

 

“We're going to give her a spell now and she will be geared towards and autumn preparation,” Moody said.

 

“That's the extent of it at this stage, no races have even been thought of or discussed as potential targets.”  Read More

 

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Very happy to hear. :)
Aweome..
Alright, glad to hear it. You know, as long as these thoroughbreds can run, are sound, and enjoying track life, why not? I've heard horror stories of race mares being retired to be broodmares and dying from giving birth. It's rare, but it does happen. Black Caviar? ENJOY HER, she can be a momma later.
great to hear...what a solid job by the trainer for an exceptional horse.
I'm assuming she has recovered well from her injury. Very excited to see her again and see she wasn't retired.
I'm assuming she has recovered well from her injury. Very excited to see her again and see she wasn't retired.

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