Victory was her 24th in as many races and her 14th Group 1.
Black Caviar's trainer Peter Moody was unable to hide his emotion after, in her second outing of the year, the mare impressed once again.
“It’s scary how well she’s going,” Moody said.
She did not need to draw on her reserves to win by four lengths, with the reliable Luke Nolen in the saddle.
The prospect of her soon going head-to-head with her half-brother, All Too Hard, in the All Aged Stakes is already exciting Australians and a major race without their favourite mare is hard to imagine now.
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