2011 Caulfield Guineas Day – Caviar wins again

October 10th, 2011

The 2011 Caulfield
Guineas day
will be one remember for decades because of one horse – Black Caviar.

It was the day the champion mare equaled the winning streak
of Australia’s immortal champion Phar Lap with 14 wins.

Promoted as a champion, with the appearance of a champion
and winning like a champion – the people’s horse delivered in all aspects in
the Group 2 Schweppes Schillaci Stakes

There was nothing meek about the effort as she sailed past
the 2011 Magic Millions Classic winner Karuta Queen as if of a different breed and
winning under a hold in what resembled a nice piece of trackwork.

Adding at least 10,000 people to the on-course attendance, Black
Caviar was cheered at racetracks, TABs and households all over Australia.

An outstanding Caulfield
won by Helmut in a sterling
display provided an appropriate support act for such a special day.

Added was the return to form of the 2010 Caulfield Cup winner
Descarado who showed, in a display
louder than his trainer, that he was back big time after winning the 2011 Group 1 Caulfield Stakes (2000m)
when leading throughout.

And even the Kiwi’s snuck in for one when King Mufhasa won the 2011 Group 1 Toorak Handicap (1600m).

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Race 1:  Carlton Draught Racing Sweep Hcp (1200m)

Adamantium hold a comfortable margin over Whitlam and
American Dream giving trainer Danny O’Brien a bright start to the Caulfield carnival.

Race 2: Thoroughbred Club Stakes (1200m)

The dual favourites
Platelet and The Fairy Kiss fight out the finish and the former prevailed with
Hollywierd a margin back in third.

Race 3: Herbert Power Stakes (2400m)

Shewan qualifies for the Cups with a narrowly win over the gallant
Tanby with UK import Moyeene
Corniche finishing well for third.

Race 4:
Schillaci Stakes (1000m)

Black Caviar wins with ridiculous ease over bit
players Karuta Queen and Stirling Grove.

Race 5: NZ
Bloodstock Caulfield Stakes (2000m)

fights off a late challenge of Avienus and Lights Of Heaven.

Race 6 David
Jones Toorak Handicap (1600m)

Kiwi King
Mufhasa staves off King’s Rose with fast finisher Luen Yat Forever third.

Race 7: Caulfield
Guineas (1600m)

Helmet shows
starts qualities to hold off Manawanui with Huegill a distant third.

Race 8: Sportingbet
Sprint Series (1200m)

Hinemoa just holds on to beat Celts and Lady Mahler.