The connections of Black Caviar said a trip to Royal Ascot for the undefeated mare hinges on their ability to book a date with Frankel while they are on the other side of the world.
In the aftermath of her 24th straight win in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday, co-owner Gary Wilkie told Racing Network that Black Caviar would likely conclude her career at Ascot first, and then visit Frankel.
“We're not going to Royal Ascot if we can't go to Frankel. That's the issue, not all the other bits and pieces. We have got a lot of decisions to make,” Wilkie said.
Trainer Peter Moody said that Black Caviar fans have been pushing for her return to Ascot, and that he thinks she is a good physical match with England's most famous first-year sire.
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