Posts Tagged "Black Caviar"

The intricacies of the breeding world are playing out this week, as our famous mares and their fairly unspectacular breeding careers continue.

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Following my article last week on whether Winx should retire or keep going for wins, it prompted me to ask the question, who is Australia’s greatest racing horse?

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Welcome to a Roar special in Cox Plate week, to celebrate Winx’s attempt for an historic third-straight victory in Australia’s weight-for-age championship.

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This century, there have been four superstar mares that transcended the sport of racing – Sunline, Makybe Diva, Black Caviar and Winx.

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The first foal of legendary Australian mare Black Caviar is edging closer and closer to her highly anticipated first race.

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A win in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes this preparation will seal Winx’s legacy as Australia’s best mare of the last decade.

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I was lying in bed last night having just watched a show on Australian sprinters, when it occurred to me that it might be time to assess the career of Black Caviar, having allowed sometime for all the nonsense to subside.

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This has been a good news week in Australian racing. Black Caviar had her first foal. James Cummings won his first Group 1 in partnership with Grandpa Bart: a Hallowed Crown indeed.

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The inaugural Championships begin on Saturday at Randwick. The name alone suggests the racing will be great.

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Racing, like most sports, thrives on the presence of top class athletes. When good horses are at the races, good attendances and media interest will follow.

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The most expensive yearling ever bought in the southern hemisphere was humanely put down yesterday following a battle with laminitis.

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The Australian breeding industry has been sent into a flurry over the past 48 hours as two of the nation’s most prospective broodmares, Black Caviar and Atlantic Jewel, prepare to make their mark on the nation’s breeding industry.

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You don’t have to be a scientist to know our girls down under do it better. You only have to look as far as Miranda Kerr to see that.

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The retirement of Australia’s superstar mare Black Caviar and the breeding bound juvenile champs All Too Hard and Pierro have left an uninspired few to declare the present day’s racing potential to be low.

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Happy New Horse-Year to all our equine friends in the southern hemisphere! Let’s put one of racing’s most controversial years behind us and set some goals to improve our industry over the upcoming season.

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Thursday was the annual celebration known as the horse’s birthday. In the southern hemisphere, the first day of August marks the start of a new racing season and each galloper ages by a year.

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Champion mare Black Caviar’s first partner in the breeding barn will be leading stallion Exceed And Excel.

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The retirement of a number of Group 1 winners over the last few weeks has left a gaping hole in Australia’s top class ranks – or has it?

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After a number of weeks of contentious discussion, we finally complete our lists of the best horses to race in Australia.

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The Australian racing industry has been dealt another blow following the announcement that champion colt All Too Hard would be retired to the breeding barn to stand at Vinery Stud this September.

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