The racing world will stop to watch Black Caviar on Saturday night. Image courtesy of dailytelegraph.com.au, Picture: Jono Searle.
It may be Royal Ascot and the royal families show however Black Caviar is the talk of the racing world heading into her Saturday night race in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. Australia’s favourite thoroughbred is out to prove that she is the world’s best sprinter by contesting her first international race on Saturday night (AEST).
Tipped by many as her biggest test yet local sprinter Moonlight Cloud has drawn favourably with barrier five while Black Caviar has drawn the grandstand side with barrier fifteen. The wide barrier is not expected to worry our champion sprinter who is sure to set a cracking pace in the fifteen horse field. Peter Moody has claimed Black Caviar as the fittest he’s seen her in the last 24 months and expects her to have no trouble winning her first race on foreign turf.
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