Black Caviar Career Results & Stats
- Career Results: 25-25-0-0
- Career Prize Money: $7,311,936
- Group & Listed Results: 24-24-0-0
- Group & Listed Prize Money: $7,266,186
- 1st Up: 9-9-0-0
- 2nd Up: 8-8-0-0
- Fast: 0-0-0-0
- Good: 15-15-0-0
- Dead: 10-10-0-0
- Slow: 0-0-0-0
- Heavy: 0-0-0-0
Latest Black Caviar News
- Winning Rupert going for 4 straight in Gold Edition Plate
- Oscietra on the verge of reliving Black Caviar Memory
- Peter Moody gets the inside mail on the Caulfield Cup hopefuls
- Lindsay Park to train Black Caviar’s first foal Oscietra
- Under The Louvre Primed for The Goodwood
- Nolen recovering from multiple injuries after horror fall
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Black Caviar Horse Information
It is rare for a horse to transcend racing circles but that is exactly Black Caviar has done. Undisputed as the world’s best sprinter, the unbeaten champion has sold out race courses nationwide.
In 2012 the Peter Moody-trained mare proved the few doubters she had wrong when she won on the international stage at Royal Ascot. Despite the difficulties of travel and competing in a new environment, the super mare took her unbeaten record to 22 as she won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
The all-time record for an undefeated thoroughbred is held by Kincsem, the Hungarian champion who won no less than 54 races before retiring to stud back in the 1870s. Black Caviar will not get there but she has certainly taken the world of racing by storm.
The imagination of the general public has been broached with race crowds swelling well past the norm at tracks where she competes. Sometimes a madam, her moods are only enticing more fans and trainer Peter Moody has admitted to feeling the pressure. You know more than the racing fans are into ‘Caviar’ when questions of a match race with Phar Lap, the 1930’s legend, surfaced.
After conquering Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Adelaide got their turn in 2012. A sell-out crowd flocked to Morphetville Racecourse in Black Caviar’s colours, salmon with black polka dots, and were rewarded as the glamour mare won both the Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes and the Goodwood to surpass the Australasian record for consecutive victories.
Peter Moody has ruled out a 2012 spring campaign for Black Caviar but whether she gets her chance to race again is yet to be decided. There is talk of a farewell tour in the autumn of 2013 but if she races again or not will not change the fact that Black Caviar will go down as one of the best racehorses of all time. A winner of an astonishing 12 Group 1 races, the champion sprinter has collected over $6 million in prizemoney.