raced entire Moshe, the full brother to unbeaten world champion sprinter Black
Caviar, has been retired from racing according to a report on TVN.
TVN's Richard Haynes announced that Moshe will not race again and is seeking a
home at stud and as a full brother to the best horse in the country in Black Caviar (pictured)
, he has
By Bel Esprit from Helsinge, Moshe was trained by Hawkes Racing and started
five times for three wins at 1000 metres. He was also fourth behind Decision Time
beaten a length and a half in the Listed ATC Fireball Quality at Rosehill.
He is the second foal and second winner for Helsinge, who is shaping as an
A half-sister to Group I winner and promising sire Magnus and Group II winner Wilander
from brilliant Group II winning sprinter Scandinavia, Helsinge is also the dam
of a two year-old colt by Casino Prince that topped the 2011 Inglis Australian
Easter Yearling Sale when he fetched $1,025,000.
Helsinge has a yearling filly by champion sire Redoute's Choice and a colt foal
by the same sire, so has plenty of upside for the future making the pedigree of
Moshe even more attractive.