Black Caviar Brother Retired
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Lightly 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 considerable appeal.

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 exceptional broodmare.

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.

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