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Black Caviar

Age: 6

Trainer: Peter Moody

Multiple Group One Sprinter In Australia

Black Caviar is widely regarded as the best sprinting in the racing world as she has amassed a mutlitude of Group victories in her native Australian has yet to taste defeat during her illustrious career that has seen her win over 20 races in her glittering career.

Her unbeaten record dates back April 2009 when she won on her debut and since then she has trounced all her rivals bagging black-type races at five, six and seven furlongs to show that she is not only speedy, but also has some stamina to last out to nearly a mile.

Most seasons she would be touted as the best racehorse in the world, but Sir Henry Cecil's superstar Frankel currently sits above her in the ratings and everyone involved in the equine sport has yearned for an alimighty class between the UK and Australian stars.

However, with Frankel set to be gradually stepped up in distance, Black Caviar will stay over the sprinting distances, but her trainer Peter Moody is fully expected to bring her over from Down Under for Royal Ascot and then on to Newmarket,

She is already all the rage with bookmakers for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at the Royal meeting where she will lock horns with some of Europe's top sprinters over six furlongs, as she looks to add another Group One to her illustrious CV.

Moody is then likely to keep her in England for a few weeks and then will head to flat headquarters as she will bid for more top class glory in the July Cup and cement her place in the top rank of sprinters.

She has looked simply unbeatable in Australia, but all eyes will be on the wonder mare on the final day of Royal Ascot as she looks to etch her name in the Royal record books and secure European dominance.

Possible Races For 2012 Season In UK

Diamond Jubilee Stakes

July Cup