Black Caviar was hosed down after her run during the Official Ascot Media Morning on Thursday. "Everything has gone to plan so far," and the Australian mare, winner of all 21 of her races, has little left to prove in Australia, said Jeff O'Connor, the racing manager for Black Caviar,
Black Caviar was hosed down after her run during the Official Ascot Media Morning on Thursday. "Everything has gone to plan so far," and the Australian mare, winner of all 21 of her races, has little left to prove in Australia, said Jeff O'Connor, the racing manager for Black Caviar, AP
Black Caviar was hosed down after her run during the Official Ascot Media Morning on Thursday. "Everything has gone to plan so far," and the Australian mare, winner of all 21 of her races, has little left to prove in Australia, said Jeff O'Connor, the racing manager for Black Caviar, AP

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