The brilliant mare trained by Peter Moody was again untroubled and had sharpened up further since her first run back in last month’s Lightning Stakes, which followed her recovery from an injury sustained in her win at Royal Ascot last year.
Despite a six-horse field that included three-time Hong Kong Mile winner Good Ba Ba and racing under lights, jockey Luke Nolen took Black Caviar forward early.
She settled into third before a shake of the reins at the turn was enough to entice her trademark acceleration which put three lengths on the field in a mere few strides.
Once again, she didn’t let the sea of salmon and black out in force to support her down.
“She’s going super. It’s scary how well she’s going,” Moody said after the race.
Images via Getty