Peter Moody didn’t rate it Black Caviar’s best win

PETER MOODY didn’t rate it Black Caviar’s best win in her incomparable career that now stands at 25 consecutive wins, reports TVN Racing Network.


It says: But, it didn’t stop Moody from joining in the chorus as Black Caviar put on whet he described as a “one hell of a show.”


Moody said he was extremely proud of Black Caviar who was forced to work at both ends of the 1200 metres, but still had three lengths to spare over her nearest rivals - Epaulette.


He couldn’t resist a dig at those who suggested Black Caviar had become a protected species in Victoria.


“That’s the best field she has ever met they tell me,” quipped Moody.


Moody stood with cigarette in hand next to one of his daughters Cara and watched the TJ Smith unfold on the big screen.


He was ecstatic at what he saw.


“I’m really pleased that she has put on one hell of a show,” Moody said.


“Sydney haven’t had the pleasure of her as Victoria or anywhere else. I’m just really proud that she brought the show on the road.


“I think everyone appreciates her for what she is - a marvellous mare. She has broken three of four records again today and 25 straight and 15 Group 1s.


“What more do you say. Horses look fast until they line up next to her.”


When it was suggested that Black Caviar may race on for another 12 months, Moody replied: “Wouldn’t that be a dream.”


Moody said he would take Black Caviar immediately back to his Caulfield stables ahead of a thorough examination before her future race itinerary was mapped out.


He Moody said he and Luke Nolen had a plan to be six or seven off the fence in the straight given he felt the inside was inferior going.


He said the wind factor also played into his thinking as he noted some of the local trainers told him when the breeze is up it is an advantage to be off the fence.