Black Caviar Girl Impressively Breaks Young Girl In Sale
It might have been a Sale’s daughter on a Sunday, but Invincible Caviar, the enthusiastic daughter of champion mare Black Caviar, has indicated bigger things are in store.
Having only her second start after a first place finish at Flemington, Invincible Caviar controlled the 1113m maiden under Jamie Kah and went all the way to the untouched line to win insistently, albeit narrowly.
Sent at $ 1.55 after opening at $ 1.45 Invincible Caviar had company in mind throughout, but Kah never seemed worried as she let her rivals down and then easily held off second favorite Xtra Gear ($ 7.50 in $ 6) to win by a long neck.
“She’s a nice filly, I have a bunch of fillies like her and Gimmie Par and a few others at home who are in the same kind of bunch and have worked well together, which gives you a good feeling that when you come to a young girl, you should run well, ”coach Peter Moody told Racing.com after the race.
Jamie Kah is full of praise for the filly: “She didn’t have an economical background, some of the other horses harassed her early on,” Kah said.
“I think she’s going to improve when she has one or two ahead of her to follow, but she’s made a lot of progress there.
“I could feel it (Jye McNeil on Xtra Gear) coming on but she never doubted in my mind and I didn’t want to rush her. There are a lot more benefits for her and she is going to win better races because of it.
“She’s a sweetheart over there, she’s really well educated, a jockey’s dream pretty much, I’m just excited to take the tour.”
“She’s so raw, she does everything so easily, she has a big, beautiful stride and when she has something to follow I think she will improve.”
Invincible Caviar is the third Black Caviar colt to race and win with Oscietra and Prince of Caviar, both winners in limited racing careers.