The Racing Horse Bronze Statues is in memory of Black Caviar., the horse race born in Nagambie The sculpture shows her champion jockey Luke Nolen driving unbeaten black caviar. Black caviar (released Aug. 18, 2006) is a retired Australian thoroughbred racehorse, unbeaten in 25 races, including 15 first group victories, surpassing Kingstonundefineds previous logo.
She was named WTRR world champion sprinter in 2010 / 2011 and 2013. Black caviar was trained by Melbourne coach Peter Moody, who rode her with the exception of her first two races, Jarrad Noske, which was driven by Luke Nolen except for the 2010 Patinack Farm Classic, where, Ben Melham rode her under Nolenundefineds ban. On March 31, 2011, Black Caviar was named one of the worldundefineds top pure race races by Timeform in the first quarter of 2011. She retired on April 17, 2013.
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