Mildura Race Eight
Bet Amount
Win Amount

Black Caviar’s little brother Moshe will stand at Eliza Park Stud in Victoria this breeding season.

The announcement comes just a week after a half-sister to Black Caviar sold for $2.6 million at the Australian Easter Yearling Sale in Sydney.

Moshe is by Bel Esprit out of Helsinge making him a full-brother to the champion mare and a half-brother to Group One placegetter All Too Hard.

Trained by Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes, Moshe raced five times for three wins, including a pair of city victories at Moonee Valley.

Mark Lindsay, nominations manager at Eliza Park, said the four-year-old was a striking individual.

“Like his big sister, you wouldn’t miss Moshe in a crowd,” Lindsay said.

“Having seen Moshe for the first time I was really impressed with his physical appearance. He’s a very masculine horse like his sire Bel Esprit.”

Moshe will stand alongside Bel Esprit.

His service fee will be announced in the near future.

Ladbrokes Sportingbet Sportsbet Luxbet BetEasy Image Map
RSS Feed