The Black Caviar show kept rolling at Moonee Valley on Saturday when the champion mare cruised to her 15th consecutive win.
Although she had just three rivals in the Group Two Schweppes Stakes (1200m) and started at $1.03, trainer Peter Moody admitted to a few pre-race nerves.
“You don’t want to put the cart before the horse,” Moody said.
“It looked easy on paper but you’re always a bit toey.
“Luke (Nolen) took no risks and it’s the best she’s begun for a while which was pleasing.
“It’s a wonderful story, a dream come true.
“It’s just great to see the joy she brings to people.”
Fears former barrier rogue Here De Angels would upset proceedings were unfounded as he behaved himself in the gates.
Black Caviar tracked her stablemate Doubtful Jack to the turn then took over to give the crowd what they came to see as she stretched out in the straight.
She beat Doubtful Jack by six lengths with Here De Angels another 1-1/4 lengths third and former Horse of the Year Scenic Blast fourth.
Her jockey Nolen said riding the mare was a humbling experience.
“It’s a little bit overwhelming,” he said.
“It’s a humbling experience and great just to be a part of it.
“I’m just the lucky bloke on top.”