Black Caviar’s daughter Invincible Caviar dies
In a sudden and unforeseen event, Peter Moody and connections are coping with the loss of Invincible Caviar, Black Caviar’s prominent racing offspring, who passed away last week.
“She’s gone for an autopsy. She possibly had a heart attack or an aneurysm in the swimming pool on Friday morning.” Trainer Peter Moody revealed
Invincible Caviar, sired by I Am Invincible, had marked her presence in the racing world with four wins from eight starts, including significant victories at Pakenham and Flemington.
Her career was highlighted by a noteworthy win at Flemington, initially a dead heat with My Yankee Girl, but later adjudicated in her favour due to a whip rule violation.
This decision marked a first in racing history, where stewards changed a race result for excessive whip use.
Moody expressed the depth of this loss, stating, “It’s very disappointing when you lose any horse but it’s doubly sad when it’s Black Caviar’s daughter who had a breeding career ahead of her.”
Invincible Caviar’s legacy in the racing world, though brief, was marked by her distinct lineage and promising potential.
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