Monday, July 16, 2012


Brad Walters from Racenet reports …
Champion Australian sprinter Black Caviar has finally had a win over UK superstar Frankel.
Frankel’s deeds in Europe have consigned Black Caviar to second place in the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities rankings for the past 12 months but the Hong Kong public voted the mare as its Most Admired Overseas Horse.
Black Caviar earned 53 percent of the vote to easily account for Frankel, who polled 16.5 percent. The English and Irish Derby winner Camelot finished third with five percent of the 165,884 votes registered.
Group I King’s Stand Stakes winner Little Bridge was voted Hong Kong’s most popular horse ahead of Ambitious Dragon and Lucky Nine.
Douglas Whyte was crowned as the Hong Kong’s most popular jockey ahead of Australian rider Brett Prebble.

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