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Black Caviar's Wild Ride Ends in Victory

Black Caviar Diamond Jubilee 2012

BLACK CAVIAR came within a whisker of losing her unbeaten record after jockey Luke Nolen dropped his hands in the closing stages and seemed to miss Moonlight Cloud sneaking up the stands' side rail.

The Australian sensation was less imperious than her 1-6 odds and massive reputation suggested, but she was heading for an easy victory after powering a length clear of front-runner Soul.

Yet to the horror of the thousands of Black Caviar fans watching at Royal Ascot, on big screens back in Australia and on TV screens around the globe, Nolen stopped riding out even as two rivals crept up on his inside.

Only in the shadow of the post did he begin riding out again, flashing past the post amid a cacophony of noise coming from a packed Royal Ascot grandstand awash with Black Caviar's black and salmon colours.

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I have aknowledged of Black Caviar's performances but i am not so deeply involved in his career.
I have aknowledged of Black Caviar's performances but i am not so deeply involved his career

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