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Will Black Caviar Ever Be Beaten?
Agreed, the field was not full of world beaters however the effortless fashion in which Black Caviar won, the contempt she showed her opposition was a sight to behold. Black Caviar holds the expectations of the Australian racing public in her hoofs, and she once again did not let her admirers down by winning her 14th consecutive race, the last 13 at Group or Listed level.
Which must beg the question, will she ever be beaten? And if so, by whom? There is no horse in the country that could get near her up to 1200m, possibly 1400m. Peter Snowden's champion 3yo colt Sepoy would be the only possibility however as impressive as he was winning the Group 1 Australia Stakes a week ago, it would be a very brave person to suggest he could beat Black Caviar over any distance, or even get within a couple of lengths of the mare.
And there is no other sprinter in this country that could get within 3 lengths of here at least.
And then we beg to ask another intriguing question. Is there any sprinter in the last 20 years, or even in the history of Australian horse racing that is her equal or could go close to giving her a run for her money? Think about recent champions such as Takeover Target or Miss Andretti, both unparalleled in Australia & both went overseas to beat the best on offer in Europe. In all seriousness neither could get within lengths of Black Caviar even if at their peak.
Hopefully, for the Australian public Peter Moody keeps Back Caviar going to thrill the racing public & give them what we always yearn. A champion, & Black Caviar is certainly that.
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