|Bowman delighted with Bel Sprinter's Kris Flyer International run|
Hugh Bowman says Bel
Sprinter's effort to finish second in the Group I Kris Flyer International
(1200m) at Kranji on Sunday "was enormous" after the gelding encountered "a
huge bump" when making his run for the line.
|Moody rules out another Sydney start for Caviar|
Premier Melbourne trainer Peter Moody says a return to
Sydney for the All Aged Stakes (1400m) was not among the options for Black
Caviar's next start.
|A Walk in The Park for the Great Mare|
Peter Moody had the last laugh as the superb mare Black
Caviar did what she does better than any racehorse in the world, leaving a
field of world class sprinters in her wake for the 25th time in Saturday's
$1million Group I Darley TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) at Randwick.
|2013 T J Smith Stakes - Black Caviar reigns supreme|
Black Caviar registered her 25th victory, breaking more records, when the great mare took out Saturday's Group I TJ Smith (1200m) at Randwick.
|Black Caviar burns the turf at Caulfield|
Black Caviar's scintillating trackwork at Caulfield on Monday morning has prompted Peter Moody to declare her work as "nearly the fastest she has gone here".
|Bel Sprinter Superb In The Galaxy|
The most remarkable part of Bel Sprinter's stunning victory in Saturday's Group I The Galaxy (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens was not the fact he missed the start and came from last, it was how quickly he passed a slick field of sprinters to earn his first win at the highest level.
|Wonder Mare Makes It 24 Straight|
The story behind Black Caviar's romp to her 24th consecutive victory in Friday nights $400,000 Group 1 Hacer Group William Reid Stakes (1200m) may have come 30 minutes before the start when senior part-owner Neil Werrett said he was keen to give the great mare another crack at Royal Ascot.
|2013 William Reid Stakes result - Who else but Black Caviar?|
Black Caviar had her 24th straight win in her keeping before the field reached the first turn of Friday night's Group I William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
|Not Quite Black Caviar Yet|
by Bel Esprit, trained by Peter Moody and is unbeaten.
|Iconic Wins Gold Rush|
As a three-quarter brother-in-blood to Black Caviar, this Bel Esprit two year-old was always going to be worth following and at Bendigo on Saturday, Iconic snared a big prize when taking out the $250,000 VOBIS Gold Rush.