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Black Caviar Might Race Another Year

World champion mare Black Caviar could keep the dream alive and race on for another season.

Trainer Peter Moody has delivered a strong hint the unbeaten queen of Australian racing may not retire at the end of her current campaign.

Drawing a comparison with the champion mares Sunline and Makybe Diva, who started 48 and 36 times respectively, Moody said Black Caviar, with 23 starts, had been lightly raced.

"She's been well looked after, well-managed, patiently guided by her owners," Moody said after Black Caviar galloped on Tuesday.
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Great news. I hope they keep her in training.

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